Details about Atlas of Anatomy of the Peripheral Nerves
Atlas of Anatomy of the Peripheral Nerves PDF free download – Since 2010, fresh, strong energies have converged towards this project, and the new hired collaborators have not only enhanced it but also revisited and completely transformed it, giving it its current shape. This has been possible especially thanks to the implication of Mr. Kevin Nivole, a competent, freshly graduated computer engineer, to whom we owe the partnership with the Japanese team of Dr. Kousaku Okubo whom we would like to show our appreciation to. This collaboration has enabled us to access a morphological database (BodyParts3D, concept label for FMA*) and to use it in order to conceive the raw material for a genuine 3D anatomy atlas over a few years: a patiently worked-on prototype, structure after structure, texture after texture and curve after curve. In the end, since the beginning of 2013, this atlas features perfectly keyed, realistic and original structures of bones, muscles and viscera. After two more years of hard work, Kevin Nivole’s undeterred passion led to de novo development of vascular and nerve elements in human limbs, as well as an ultimate level of refnement of the textures of every featured structure: bone, tendon, muscle, etc. At this point, the team discussed about refections, roughness, clarity, gloss, elasticity and even gleaming effects. Team interactions bloom, language evolves, and the renders prove to be more and more surprising each time. This is how the transition to 3D graphics became possible and led to the production of authentic 3D views. Following the development of this tool, the team discerned an incredible range of possibilities, as the 3D environment enabled the capacity of trying out an infnite number of anatomical views as well as many angles of attack for its pictures. It progressively showed us the human body’s nerves in a unique way and imprinted indelibly their intimate relations with all the other structures in our memories to the smallest detail. It is this enthusiasm that we wished to share with the reader and that made us give a central place to illustrations in this atlas, majorly supporting the descriptions through its sheer visual impact. Each illustrated chart is therefore composed of several fgures and created whilst keeping in mind the possibility for it to be read independently, nearly without need to read through the text. As a second step, we elected to produce it under a written form but using a fully corresponding double-page disposition in order to be as comprehensive as possible and to be able to give satisfaction to the seasoned reader. In most cases, the anatomical structure presentation will be under the shape of a “plane per plane” dissection. However, the use of alpha blending has favoured their revealing in layers called “muscle layers” or “neurovascular layers”.