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The Netter Collection of Medical Illustrations: Musculoskeletal System, Volume 6, Part III – Biology and Systemic Diseases, 3rd Edition

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Offering a concise, highly visual approach to the basic science and clinical pathology of the musculoskeletal system, this updated volume in The Netter Collection of Medical Illustrations (the CIBA “Green Books”) contains unparalleled didactic illustrations reflecting the latest medical knowledge. Revised by Drs. Joseph Iannotti, Richard Parker, Abby G. Abelson, Brendan M. Patterson, and other experts from the Cleveland Clinic, Biology and Systemic Diseases, Part 3 of Musculoskeletal System, Volume 6, integrates core concepts of anatomy, physiology, and other basic sciences with common clinical correlates across health, medical, and surgical disciplines. Classic Netter art, updated and new illustrations, and modern imaging continue to bring medical concepts to life and make this timeless work an essential resource for students, clinicians, and educators.
Key Features
  • Provides a highly visual guide to embryology and physiology, metabolic disorders, congenital and development disorders, rheumatic diseases, tumors of the musculoskeletal system, injury to the musculoskeletal system, soft tissue infections, and fracture complications.
  • Provides a concise overview of complex information by seamlessly integrating anatomical and physiological concepts using practical clinical scenarios.
  • Shares the experience and knowledge of Drs. Joseph P. Iannotti, Richard D. Parker, Abby G. Abelson, and Brendan M. Patterson, and esteemed colleagues from the Cleveland Clinic, who clarify and expand on the illustrated concepts.
  • Compiles Dr. Frank H. Netter’s master medical artistry—an aesthetic tribute and source of inspiration for medical professionals for over half a century—along with new art in the Netter tradition for each of the major body systems, making this volume a powerful and memorable tool for building foundational knowledge and educating patients or staff.
  • NEW! An eBook version is included with purchase. The eBook allows you to access all of the text, figures, and references, with the ability to search, make notes and highlights, and have content read aloud.


Cover image
Title page
Table of Contents
About the Series
About the Editors
Introductions to the First Edition
Contributors to Second Edition
Contents of Complete Volume 6—Musculoskeletal System: Three Part Set
1.  Embryology
    Plates 1.1-1.21 Development of musculoskeletal system
2.  Physiology
    Plates 2.1-2.2 Structural organization of skeletal muscle
    Plate 2.3 Intrinsic blood supply of skeletal muscle
    Plate 2.4 Composition and structure of myofilaments
    Plate 2.5 Muscle contraction and relaxation
    Plate 2.6 Biochemical mechanics of muscle contraction
    Plates 2.7-2.8 Sarcoplasmic reticulum and initiation of muscle contraction
    Plate 2.9 Motor unit
    Plate 2.10 Structure of neuromuscular junction
    Plate 2.11 Physiology of neuromuscular junction
    Plate 2.12 Pharmacology of neuromuscular transmission
    Plate 2.13 Physiology of muscle contraction
    Plate 2.14 Energy metabolism of muscle
    Plate 2.15 Muscle fiber types
    Plates 2.16-2.19 Growth plate
    Plate 2.20 Composition and structure of cartilage
    Plates 2.21-2.24 Composition and structure of bone
    Plate 2.25 Formation and composition of collagen
    Plate 2.26 Formation and composition of proteoglycan
    Plate 2.27 Structure and function of synovial membrane
    Plate 2.28 Histology of connective tissue
    Plates 2.29-2.30 Bone homeostasis
    Plates 2.31-2.32 Regulation of bone mass
    Plate 2.33 Normal calcium and phosphate metabolism
    Plate 2.34 Nutritional calcium deficiency
    Plate 2.35 Effects of disuse and stress (weight-bearing) on bone mass
    Plate 2.36 Musculoskeletal effects of weightlessness (space flight)
    Plates 2.37-2.39 Physical factors in bone remodeling
    Plates 2.40-2.41 Age-related changes in bone geometry
3.  Metabolic diseases
    Plate 3.1 Parathyroid hormone
    Plates 3.2-3.3 Primary hyperparathyroidism
    Plate 3.4 Differential diagnosis of hypercalcemic states
    Plate 3.5 Hypoparathyroidism
    Plate 3.6 Clinical manifestations of chronic hypoparathyroidism
    Plate 3.7 Clinical manifestations of hypocalcemia
    Plate 3.8 Pseudohypoparathyroidism
    Plates 3.9-3.10 Mechanism of parathyroid hormone activity on end organ
    Plates 3.11-3.12 Clinical guide to parathyroid hormone assay
    Plates 3.13-3.23 Rickets, osteomalacia, and renal osteodystrophy
    Plate 3.24 Clinical guide to vitamin D measurement
    Plate 3.25 Hypophosphatasia
    Plates 3.26-3.29 Causes of osteoporosis
    Plates 3.30-3.32 Radiology of osteopenia
    Plate 3.33 Transiliac bone biopsy
    Plate 3.34 Treatment of complications of spinal osteoporosis
    Plates 3.35-3.37 Treatment of osteoporosis
    Plates 3.38-3.39 Osteogenesis imperfecta
    Plates 3.40-3.41 Marfan syndrome
    Plates 3.42-3.43 Ehlers-Danlos syndrome
    Plate 3.44 Osteopetrosis (Albers-Schönberg disease)
    Plates 3.45-3.47 Paget disease of bone
    Plate 3.48 Fibrodysplasia ossificans progressiva
4.  Congenital and developmental disorders
    Plates 4.1-4.4 Dwarfism: Overview and achondroplasia
    Plate 4.5 Dwarfism: Hypochondroplasia
    Plate 4.6 Diastrophic dwarfism
    Plate 4.7 Dwarfism: Pseudoachondroplasia
    Plate 4.8 Dwarfism: Metaphyseal chondrodysplasia, mckusick type
    Plate 4.9 Dwarfism: Metaphyseal chondrodysplasia, schmid type
    Plate 4.10 Dwarfism: Chondrodysplasia punctata
    Plate 4.11 Dwarfism: Chondroectodermal dysplasia (Ellis–Van Creveld Syndrome), grebe chondrodysplasia, and acromesomelic dysplasia
    Plate 4.12 Dwarfism: Multiple epiphyseal dysplasia, fairbank type
    Plate 4.13 Dwarfism: Pycnodysostosis (pyknodysostosis)
    Plate 4.14 Dwarfism: Camptomelic (campomelic) dysplasia
    Plate 4.15 Dwarfism: Spondyloepiphyseal dysplasia tarda and spondyloepiphyseal dysplasia congenita
    Plate 4.16 Dwarfism: Spondylocostal dysostosis and Dyggve-Melchior-Clausen dysplasia
    Plate 4.17 Dwarfism: Kniest dysplasia
    Plate 4.18 Dwarfism: Mucopolysaccharidoses
    Plate 4.19 Dwarfism: Principles of treatment of skeletal dysplasias
    Plates 4.20-4.23 Neurofibromatosis
    Plate 4.24 Arthrogryposis multiplex congenita
    Plate 4.25 Fibrodysplasia ossificans progressiva and progressive diaphyseal dysplasia
    Plate 4.26 Osteopetrosis and osteopoikilosis
    Plate 4.27 Melorheostosis
    Plate 4.28 Congenital elevation of scapula, absence of clavicle, and pseudarthrosis of clavicle
    Plate 4.29 Madelung deformity
    Plate 4.30 Congenital bowing of the tibia
    Plate 4.31 Congenital pseudarthrosis of the tibia and dislocation of the knee
    Plates 4.32-4.36 Leg-length discrepancy
    Plates 4.37-4.50 Congenital limb malformation
5.  Rheumatic diseases
    Plates 5.1-5.9 Rheumatic diseases
    Plates 5.10-5.12 Treatment of rheumatoid arthritis
    Plates 5.13-5.15 Synovial fluid examination
    Plates 5.16-5.21 Juvenile arthritis
    Plates 5.22-5.28 Osteoarthritis
    Plates 5.29-5.31 Ankylosing spondylitis
    Plates 5.32-5.33 Psoriatic arthritis
    Plate 5.34 Reactive arthritis
    Plate 5.35 Infectious arthritis
    Plate 5.36 Tuberculous arthritis
    Plate 5.37 Hemophilic arthritis
    Plate 5.38 Neuropathic joint disease
    Plates 5.39-5.40 Gout and gouty arthritis
    Plate 5.41 Calcium pyrophosphate deposition disease (pseudogout)
    Plate 5.42 Nonarticular rheumatism
    Plates 5.43-5.44 Polymyalgia rheumatica and giant cell arteritis
    Plate 5.45 Fibromyalgia
    Plates 5.46-5.48 Autoinflammatory syndromes
    Plates 5.49-5.51 Vasculitis
    Plate 5.52-5.54 Systemic lupus erythematosus
    Plate 5.55 Antiphospholipid syndrome
    Plates 5.56-5.58 Scleroderma
    Plates 5.59-5.60 Polymyositis and dermatomyositis
    Plate 5.61 Primary angiitis of the central nervous system
    Plates 5.62-5.63 Behçet syndrome
6.  Tumors of musculoskeletal system
    Plate 6.1 Initial evaluation and staging of musculoskeletal tumors
    Plate 6.2 Benign tumors of bone: Osteoid osteoma
    Plate 6.3 Benign tumors of bone: Osteoblastoma
    Plate 6.4 Benign tumors of bone: Enchondroma
    Plate 6.5 Benign tumors of bone: Periosteal chondroma
    Plate 6.6 Benign tumors of bone: Osteochondroma
    Plate 6.7 Benign tumors of bone: Chondroblastoma and chondromyxoid fibroma
    Plate 6.8 Benign tumors of bone: Fibrous dysplasia
    Plate 6.9 Benign tumors of bone: Nonossifying fibroma and desmoplastic fibroma
    Plate 6.10 Benign tumors of bone: Eosinophilic granuloma
    Plate 6.11 Benign tumors of bone: Aneurysmal bone cyst
    Plate 6.12 Benign tumors of bone: Simple bone cyst
    Plate 6.13 Benign tumors of bone: Giant cell tumor of bone
    Plates 6.14-6.16 Malignant tumors of bone: Osteosarcoma
    Plate 6.17 Malignant tumors of bone: Chondrosarcoma
    Plate 6.18 Malignant tumors of bone: Undifferentiated pleomorphic sarcoma of bone
    Plate 6.19 Malignant tumors of bone: Primitive neuroectodermal tumors (Ewing sarcoma)
    Plate 6.20 Malignant tumors of bone: Adamantinoma
    Plates 6.21-6.22 Malignant tumors of bone: Plasmacytoma/myeloma and tumors metastatic to bone
    Plate 6.23 Benign tumors of soft tissue: Fibromatosis and hemangioma
    Plate 6.24 Benign tumors of soft tissue: Lipoma, schwannoma/neurofibroma, and myositis ossificans
    Plates 6.25-6.27 Malignant tumors of soft tissue: Soft tissue sarcoma
    Plate 6.28 Principles of biopsy
    Plate 6.29 Surgical margins
    Plate 6.30 Reconstruction and fracture prophylaxis after partial excision or curettage of bone
    Plates 6.31-6.33 Limb-salvage procedures
7.  Injury to musculoskeletal system
    Plates 7.1-7.3 Injury to soft tissue
    Plates 7.4-7.5 Pressure ulcers
    Plate 7.6 Classification of burns
    Plate 7.7 Causes and clinical types of burns
    Plate 7.8 Escharotomy for burns
    Plate 7.9 Prevention of infection in burn wounds
    Plate 7.10 Metabolic and systemic effects of burns
    Plate 7.11 Excision and grafting for burns
    Plates 7.12-7.17 Compartment syndrome
    Plate 7.18 Healing of incised, sutured skin wound
    Plate 7.19 Healing of excised skin wound
    Plates 7.20-7.23 Fractures, dislocations, and sprains
    Plates 7.24-7.26 Healing of fracture
8.  Soft tissue infections
    Plate 8.1 Septic joint
    Plates 8.2-8.9 Osteomyelitis
9.  Fracture complications
    Plate 9.1 Neurovascular injury
    Plate 9.2 Acute respiratory distress syndrome
    Plate 9.3 Infection
    Plate 9.4 Surgical management of open fractures
    Plate 9.5 Gas gangrene
    Plate 9.6 Implant failure
    Plate 9.7 Malunion of fracture
    Plate 9.8 Growth deformity
    Plate 9.9 Posttraumatic osteoarthritis
    Plate 9.10 Osteonecrosis
    Plate 9.11 Joint stiffness
    Plate 9.12 Complex regional pain syndrome
    Plate 9.13 Nonunion of fracture
    Plate 9.14 Surgical management of nonunion
    Plate 9.15 Electric stimulation of bone growth
    Plate 9.16 Noninvasive coupling methods of electric stimulation of bone
Selected References