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By Harold Ellis

Medical Anatomy has remained the observe of an analogous writer for almost part a century. firstly written for scientific clinical scholars at the wards, clinics and revising for Finals, considering then it has bought world wide in millions and in different languages. Its luck has been its consistent revision to make sure it covers the student's wishes. at the present time, it additionally covers the majority of the anatomy required within the MRCS half I, II, III and offers a superb revision textual content for those applicants and scientific scholars in a concise shape with transparent, simply reproduced diagrams.

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8). Below the 7th intercostal space there is danger of penetrating the diaphragm. 3◊◊For emergency chest drainage— for example traumatic haemothorax or haemopneumothorax— the site of election is the 5th intercostal space in the mid-axillary line. An incision is made through skin and fat and blunt dissection carried out over the upper border of the 6th rib. The pleura is opened, a finger inserted to clear any adhesions and ensure the safety of the adjacent diaphragm before inserting a tube into the pleural space and connecting it to an under-water drain.

With such a complex embryological story, one may be surprised to know that congenital abnormalities of the diaphragm are unusual. However, a number of defects may occur, giving rise to a variety of congenital herniae through the diaphragm. These may be: 1◊◊through the foramen of Morgagni; anteriorly between the xiphoid and costal origins; 2◊◊through the foramen of Bochdalek — the pleuroperitoneal canal — lying posteriorly; 3◊◊through a deficiency of the whole central tendon (occasionally such a hernia may be traumatic in origin); 4◊◊through a congenitally large oesophageal hiatus.

34a) is a relatively common congenital defect. If left uncorrected, it causes progressive work hypertrophy of the left heart and pulmonary hypertension. Aortic coarctation (Fig. 34b) is thought to be due to an abnormality of the obliterative process which normally occludes the ductus arteriosus. There may be an extensive obstruction of the aorta from the left subclavian artery to the ductus, which is widely patent and maintains the circulation to the ECA1 7/18/06 6:31 PM Page 42 42 The Thorax lower parts of the body; often there are multiple other defects and frequently infants so afflicted die at an early age.

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