surgical anatomy

sur·gi·cal a·nat·o·my

applied anatomy in reference to surgical diagnosis, dissection, or treatment.

surgical anatomy

(in applied anatomy) the study of the structure and morphological characteristics of the tissues and organs of the body as they relate to surgery.

surgical anatomy

The study of anatomic structures and their relationships as required to obtain optimal access to a particular surgical field. See Anatomy.

sur·gi·cal a·nat·o·my

(sŭr'ji-kăl ă-nat'ŏ-mē)
Applied anatomy in reference to surgical diagnosis and treatment.
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It also addresses specific diseases, pathophysiology, diagnosis, differential diagnosis, preoperative concerns, medical management, prognosis, anesthesia, surgical anatomy, wound healing, postoperative issues, potential complications, and special age considerations, as well as general principles related to surgical asepsis, sterile technique (with new material on scrubless and waterless surgeon and patient prep solutions), instrumentation and facilities, biomaterials, suturing, homeostasis, preoperative care, antibiotic use and infections, postoperative care (including nutrition), physical rehabilitation, and multimodal analgesic therapy (expanded for this edition).
Professor Dua said: "Many surgeons who perform lamellar corneal transplants recognise this layer as an important part of the surgical anatomy of the cornea.
TM)], a natural tissue covering designed for difficult-to-heal wounds or as a biologically active barrier in critical surgical anatomy.
It is clear that the surgical anatomy, vascular dissection and isolation, with respect to surrounding organs and surgical steps, provide experience supporting organ procurement experience in urology training programs.
After discussion with the surgeon, rocuronium was used for intubation, then allowed to wear off in time to permit the use of a nerve locator to assist in defining the surgical anatomy.
Specialists in otolaryngology and rhinology from around the world discuss embryology, surgical anatomy, imaging, and microbiology; conditions such as sinusitis, fungal disease, and benign masses; revision surgery and a variety of other techniques; and complications, pediatric considerations, and specific cases.
Netter apps include: - Netter's Atlas of Human Anatomy - Netter's Anatomy Flash Cards - Netter's Concise Radiologic Anatomy - Netter's Musculoskeletal Flash Cards - Netter's Neuroscience Flash Cards - Netter's Advanced Head and Neck Flash Cards - Netter's Histology Flash Cards - Netter's Surgical Anatomy Review P.
Bruce J, Walmsley R and Ross J (1967): Manual of surgical anatomy.
Areas reviewed include medical assessment, regional surgical anatomy, anesthesia, sedation, and management of hemorrhaging.
Liu offers an overview of the functional dynamics of the pelvic floor, the surgical anatomy, the clinical assessment of prolapse, and patient preparation.
Burkhead WZ, Scheinberg RR, Box G: Surgical anatomy of the axillary nerve.