By Raymond E. Papka Ph.D. (auth.), Raymond E. Papka Ph.D. (eds.)
Since 1975, the Oklahoma Notes were one of the most generally used studies for scientific scholars getting ready for Step 1 of the U.S. clinical Licensing exam. OKN: Anatomy takes a unified method of the topic, overlaying Embryology, Neuroanatomy, Histology, and Gross Anatomy. Like different Oklahoma Notes, Anatomy comprises self-assessment questions, geared to the present USMLE layout; tables and figures to advertise swift self-assessment and assessment; a low cost; and assurance of simply the data had to be sure forums success.
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B. Hepatoduodenal ligament: free edge of the lesser omentum containing the common bile duct, hepatic artery, and portal vein. Hepatic Ligaments. The hepatic ligaments are peritoneal reflections formed when the liver grows beyond the septum transversum and in the process, separates the umbilical vein from the anterior body wall. 1. , ligamentum teres hepatis. 2. Coronary ligament: surrounds the bare areas of the liver and diaphragm; the right and left triangular ligaments are part of the coronary ligament.
Bronchial Buds. 1. Form primary bronchi. 2. Lateral growth of the bronchial buds. They project into the pleural portion of the embryonic coelom and carry with them a layer of splanchnic mesoderm which forms the visceral pleura and other stromal elements for the lung. C. Subdivision of Primary Bronchi. 1. Primary bronchi subdivide into secondary bronchi. 2. Secondary bronchi undergo repeated divisions to produce tertiary or segmental bronchi. 3. Tertiary bronchi continue to divide to form respiratory bronchioles.
C. Subdivision of Primary Bronchi. 1. Primary bronchi subdivide into secondary bronchi. 2. Secondary bronchi undergo repeated divisions to produce tertiary or segmental bronchi. 3. Tertiary bronchi continue to divide to form respiratory bronchioles. DIFFERENTIATION OF THE LUNGS A. Stages of Lung Development. Lung development is usually divided into four stages which may overlap by several weeks because differentiation in the apical portions of the lung occurs earlier than comparable changes in the basal areas.