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Other integumentary structures or derivatives include the hair, the nails (fingernails, toenails), the mammary glands, and the enamel of teeth. Located between the overlying skin (dermis) and underlying deep fascia, the subcutaneous tissue (superficial fascia) is composed mostly of loose connective tissue and stored fat, and contains sweat glands, superficial blood vessels, lymphatic vessels, and cutaneous nerves (Fig. 6). The neurovascular structures course in this layer, distributing only their terminal branches to the skin.
Inversion moves the sole of the foot toward the median plane (facing the sole medially). When the foot is fully inverted it is also plantarflexed. Structure of Terms Anatomy is a descriptive science and necessarily requires names for the many structures and processes of the body. Students beginning their studies in anatomy often feel overwhelmed by the many new anatomicomedical terms. , 1996; Stedman's Medical Dictionary, 2005; Willis, 1995). Many terms provide information about a structure's shape, size, location, or function or about the resemblance of one structure to another.
The sole indicates the inferior aspect or bottom of the foot, much of which is in contact with the ground when standing barefoot. The palm refers to the flat of the hand, exclusive of the thumb and other fingers, and is the opposite of the dorsum of the hand. , the spleen) are unilateral. Ipsilateral refers to something occurring on the same side of the body as another structure; the right thumb and right great (big) toe are ipsilateral, for example. Contralateral means occurring on the opposite side of the body relative to another structure; the right hand is contralateral to the left hand.
Clinically Oriented Anatomy - 5th ed by Keith L. Moore MSc PhD FIAC FRSM FAAA, Authur F. Dalley, Anne M.R. Agur PhD