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The Textbook of Head and Neck Anatomy
>>>>>>>
James L. Hiatt, Ph.D.
Leslie P. Gartner, Ph.D.
Professor Emeritus
Department of Biomedical Sciences
Baltimore College of Dental Surgery
Dental School, University of Maryland
Baltimore, Maryland
Professor of Anatomy (Ret.)
Department of Biomedical Sciences
Baltimore College of Dental Surgery
Dental School, University of Maryland
Baltimore, Maryland
Original Illustrations by Jerry L. Gadd
Textbook of
Head and
Neck Anatomy
Fourth Edition

The Textbook of Head and Neck Anatomy was first published
in 1982. This textbook was written with the
thought in mind that students come to this subject
with varying backgrounds; therefore, the regional approach
to the study of anatomy was selected over the
tedious systems approach. Since that first edition, the
textbook has been through two subsequent editions.
During these two latter editions we received suggestions
from faculty and students that served to improve
the quality of the text and its illustrations, tables,
and Clinical Considerations. In preparing each
new edition, our primary goal remained to present a
text designed and written for the student, incorporating
all of the requisites of optimal learning. These included
succinct, concise writing; well-developed tables
that digested information for student
understanding; profuse, well-designed illustrations
that accommodated learning; identification of new
terms; a Glossary and Suggested Readings; and a
cross-referenced Index.
We were gratified to learn that the editorial group
responsible for the development of the 4th edition of
our Textbook of Head and Neck Anatomy at Lippincott
Williams & Wilkins agreed to the major change to
using full color and enlarging the format. Now the tables
are larger and more accessible to the reader.
Perhaps more important, the illustrations also are
larger and in full color, which greatly facilitates
anatomical appreciation, understanding, and learning.
We have incorporated a number of figures from other
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins publications, and we’ve
colorized most of the original art created for the text
over the years by our original illustrator, Jerry Gadd.
We have also added many new tools for the student to
facilitate learning and to broaden one’s understanding
of the clinical importance of learning anatomy.
Organization
After careful consideration, we adopted an organization
of the text that accommodated our teaching
styles and the student’s learning methods. Thus we
have maintained the organization of the previous
version for this edition. The first three chapters introduce
the basics of anatomy to the student, namely its
long history and the specialized terminology that the
student must master. Over the years we have found
that many students come to anatomy with varied
backgrounds, therefore we present a chapter on the
body systems, specifically as they apply to head
and neck anatomy. This is followed by a chapter designed
to introduce the student to anatomical
concepts in the oral cavity, palate, and pharynx presented
from the standpoint of an oral examination.
The next chapter, describing the Embryology of the
Head and Neck, is followed by a chapter detailing the
osteology of the skull. The succeeding ten chapters
are devoted to regional anatomy, ending with the discussion
of the Brain and Spinal Cord. Although all of
the cranial nerves were presented in the respective
chapters, a particular chapter is devoted to the cranial
nerves, their associations with the autonomic
nervous system, and with their distributions in the
head and neck. This is followed with a chapter on the
anatomical basis for local anesthesia. There are summarizing
chapters on lymphatics, the vascular supply
of the head and neck, and the fascia of the head
and neck.
Many of our former students have suggested that
the posterior neck is not of much value to those
preparing for a career in the dental profession. We,
therefore, reduced much of the written material in this
segment but, for those interested, we have retained the
tables and some of the illustrations.
Key Features
Many important relevant Clinical Considerations are
incorporated within each chapter. These were placed
at the end of each chapter in previous editions,
whereas in this edition we have placed them at the
appropriate position within the text where the subject
vii
Preface

The Textbook of Head and Neck Anatomy
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head and neck anatomy for dental students pdf
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The Textbook of Head and Neck Anatomy

The Textbook of Head and Neck Anatomy
>>>>>>>
James L. Hiatt, Ph.D.
Leslie P. Gartner, Ph.D.
Professor Emeritus
Department of Biomedical Sciences
Baltimore College of Dental Surgery
Dental School, University of Maryland
Baltimore, Maryland
Professor of Anatomy (Ret.)
Department of Biomedical Sciences
Baltimore College of Dental Surgery
Dental School, University of Maryland
Baltimore, Maryland
Original Illustrations by Jerry L. Gadd
Textbook of
Head and
Neck Anatomy
Fourth Edition

The Textbook of Head and Neck Anatomy was first published
in 1982. This textbook was written with the
thought in mind that students come to this subject
with varying backgrounds; therefore, the regional approach
to the study of anatomy was selected over the
tedious systems approach. Since that first edition, the
textbook has been through two subsequent editions.
During these two latter editions we received suggestions
from faculty and students that served to improve
the quality of the text and its illustrations, tables,
and Clinical Considerations. In preparing each
new edition, our primary goal remained to present a
text designed and written for the student, incorporating
all of the requisites of optimal learning. These included
succinct, concise writing; well-developed tables
that digested information for student
understanding; profuse, well-designed illustrations
that accommodated learning; identification of new
terms; a Glossary and Suggested Readings; and a
cross-referenced Index.
We were gratified to learn that the editorial group
responsible for the development of the 4th edition of
our Textbook of Head and Neck Anatomy at Lippincott
Williams & Wilkins agreed to the major change to
using full color and enlarging the format. Now the tables
are larger and more accessible to the reader.
Perhaps more important, the illustrations also are
larger and in full color, which greatly facilitates
anatomical appreciation, understanding, and learning.
We have incorporated a number of figures from other
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins publications, and we’ve
colorized most of the original art created for the text
over the years by our original illustrator, Jerry Gadd.
We have also added many new tools for the student to
facilitate learning and to broaden one’s understanding
of the clinical importance of learning anatomy.
Organization
After careful consideration, we adopted an organization
of the text that accommodated our teaching
styles and the student’s learning methods. Thus we
have maintained the organization of the previous
version for this edition. The first three chapters introduce
the basics of anatomy to the student, namely its
long history and the specialized terminology that the
student must master. Over the years we have found
that many students come to anatomy with varied
backgrounds, therefore we present a chapter on the
body systems, specifically as they apply to head
and neck anatomy. This is followed by a chapter designed
to introduce the student to anatomical
concepts in the oral cavity, palate, and pharynx presented
from the standpoint of an oral examination.
The next chapter, describing the Embryology of the
Head and Neck, is followed by a chapter detailing the
osteology of the skull. The succeeding ten chapters
are devoted to regional anatomy, ending with the discussion
of the Brain and Spinal Cord. Although all of
the cranial nerves were presented in the respective
chapters, a particular chapter is devoted to the cranial
nerves, their associations with the autonomic
nervous system, and with their distributions in the
head and neck. This is followed with a chapter on the
anatomical basis for local anesthesia. There are summarizing
chapters on lymphatics, the vascular supply
of the head and neck, and the fascia of the head
and neck.
Many of our former students have suggested that
the posterior neck is not of much value to those
preparing for a career in the dental profession. We,
therefore, reduced much of the written material in this
segment but, for those interested, we have retained the
tables and some of the illustrations.
Key Features
Many important relevant Clinical Considerations are
incorporated within each chapter. These were placed
at the end of each chapter in previous editions,
whereas in this edition we have placed them at the
appropriate position within the text where the subject
vii
Preface

The Textbook of Head and Neck Anatomy
head and neck anatomy pdf

head and neck anatomy for dental students pdf

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تعليقات القرّاء:

التعويضات السنية Prosthodontics وتشمل
الجسور الثابتة Fixed bridges والزرعات Implants
الطقوم الكاملة المتحركة removable complete denture
الطقوم الجزئية المتحركة removable partial denture
معالجة و إصلاح الأسنان Operative Dentistry وتشمل:
تشخيص تسوس الأسنان caries diagnosis
الوقايه والحد من انتشار تسوس الاسنان management of dental caries
تبييض الأسنان Dentalbleaching
تجميل الأسنان cosmetic dentistry
حشوات الأسنان Dental Fillings
معالجة لب الأسنان Endodontics
معالجة الأسنان المجهرية microscopic endodontics
طب الأسنان الوقائي Preventive Dentistry
تقويم الأسنان Orthodontics
جراحة الفم والوجه والفكين Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
طب أسنان الأطفال Pedodontics
أمراض اللثة
أمراض الأنسجة المحيطة بالأسنان Periodontics
زراعة الأسنان Dental Implantology
أشعة الأسنان Dental Radiology
طب الأسنان الشرعي Forensic Dentistry
طب الفم Oral Medicine
أمراض الفم Oral Pathology
أنسجة الفم والأسنان Oral Histology
المادة السنية Dental material
تشريح الأسنانDental anatomy
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طب الأسنان للرضع
جراحة الأسنان
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The Textbook of Head and Neck Anatomy 
>>>>>>>
James L. Hiatt, Ph.D.
Leslie P. Gartner, Ph.D.
Professor Emeritus
Department of Biomedical Sciences
Baltimore College of Dental Surgery
Dental School, University of Maryland
Baltimore, Maryland
Professor of Anatomy (Ret.)
Department of Biomedical Sciences
Baltimore College of Dental Surgery
Dental School, University of Maryland
Baltimore, Maryland
Original Illustrations by Jerry L. Gadd
Textbook of
Head and
Neck Anatomy
Fourth Edition

The Textbook of Head and Neck Anatomy was first published
in 1982. This textbook was written with the
thought in mind that students come to this subject
with varying backgrounds; therefore, the regional approach
to the study of anatomy was selected over the
tedious systems approach. Since that first edition, the
textbook has been through two subsequent editions.
During these two latter editions we received suggestions
from faculty and students that served to improve
the quality of the text and its illustrations, tables,
and Clinical Considerations. In preparing each
new edition, our primary goal remained to present a
text designed and written for the student, incorporating
all of the requisites of optimal learning. These included
succinct, concise writing; well-developed tables
that digested information for student
understanding; profuse, well-designed illustrations
that accommodated learning; identification of new
terms; a Glossary and Suggested Readings; and a
cross-referenced Index.
We were gratified to learn that the editorial group
responsible for the development of the 4th edition of
our Textbook of Head and Neck Anatomy at Lippincott
Williams & Wilkins agreed to the major change to
using full color and enlarging the format. Now the tables
are larger and more accessible to the reader.
Perhaps more important, the illustrations also are
larger and in full color, which greatly facilitates
anatomical appreciation, understanding, and learning.
We have incorporated a number of figures from other
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins publications, and we’ve
colorized most of the original art created for the text
over the years by our original illustrator, Jerry Gadd.
We have also added many new tools for the student to
facilitate learning and to broaden one’s understanding
of the clinical importance of learning anatomy.
Organization
After careful consideration, we adopted an organization
of the text that accommodated our teaching
styles and the student’s learning methods. Thus we
have maintained the organization of the previous
version for this edition. The first three chapters introduce
the basics of anatomy to the student, namely its
long history and the specialized terminology that the
student must master. Over the years we have found
that many students come to anatomy with varied
backgrounds, therefore we present a chapter on the
body systems, specifically as they apply to head
and neck anatomy. This is followed by a chapter designed
to introduce the student to anatomical
concepts in the oral cavity, palate, and pharynx presented
from the standpoint of an oral examination.
The next chapter, describing the Embryology of the
Head and Neck, is followed by a chapter detailing the
osteology of the skull. The succeeding ten chapters
are devoted to regional anatomy, ending with the discussion
of the Brain and Spinal Cord. Although all of
the cranial nerves were presented in the respective
chapters, a particular chapter is devoted to the cranial
nerves, their associations with the autonomic
nervous system, and with their distributions in the
head and neck. This is followed with a chapter on the
anatomical basis for local anesthesia. There are summarizing
chapters on lymphatics, the vascular supply
of the head and neck, and the fascia of the head
and neck.
Many of our former students have suggested that
the posterior neck is not of much value to those
preparing for a career in the dental profession. We,
therefore, reduced much of the written material in this
segment but, for those interested, we have retained the
tables and some of the illustrations.
Key Features
Many important relevant Clinical Considerations are
incorporated within each chapter. These were placed
at the end of each chapter in previous editions,
whereas in this edition we have placed them at the
appropriate position within the text where the subject
vii
Preface

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head and neck anatomy for dental students pdf

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