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Anatomy Atlases: Atlas of Human Anatomy: Plate 7

Atlas of Human Anatomy

Plate 7: Ligaments of the head, vertebral column, pelvis, and upper limb.

Translated by: Ronald A. Bergman, PhD and Adel K. Afifi, MD, MS
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  1. The ligaments of the vertebra, the proximal ends of the ribs and of the pelvis from their ventral (anterior or volar) surface.
  2. The outer ligament of the right temporomandibular joint.
  3. The medial ligament of the right mandible.
  4. and 5.The medial ligaments of the joint of the skull; through a wedge opening at the back of the skull and the first and second cervical vertebra, seen from behind (dorsally).
  5. and 7.The ligaments of the thorax seen from the outer or ventral surface (fig. 6.) and from the inner or dorsal surface (fig. 7.)
  6. and 9.The ligaments of the shoulder joint, seen from the front and lateral side.
  7. and 11.The ligaments of the left elbow joint, seen from the front and from behind.
  8. Ligaments of the dorsal surface of the left hand.
  9. Ligaments on the volar side of the left hand.
Plate 7: Ligaments of the head, vertebral column, pelvis, and upper limb
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