Illustrations Head-Neck

Illustrations head-neck, First these illustrations belong to the upper part of the human body, in addition in this section we can find the different organs that compose it. Obviously, the Human Head, is the upper part of the body, it is attached to the trunk by means of the neck. In it is all contained the cerebral. Obviously, the eyes, mouth, ears and nose are the main receptors that the head has. Undoubtedly the face is the most visual part of the human head because it depends on the identity of each individual.

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Ilustraciones Cabeza y Cuello, seccion-sagital-cabeza

estructura-seccion-sagital-de-la-cabeza

ilustracion-con-vista-lateral-del-cerebro

vista-lateral-del-cerebro

corte-sagital-lateral-del-cerebro

vista-sagital-lateral-del-cerebro

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ilustracion-anatomia-del-tallo-cerebral-y-cerebelo

ilustracion-anatomia-del-tallo-cerebral-humano

vista-inferior-del-encefalo

Superficie-inferior-del-cerebro

vista-frontal-del-cerebro

ilustracion-vista-frontal-del-cerebro

vista-anterior-e-inferior-del-tallo-cerebral

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

anatomia-y fisiologia-del-ojo-humano

anatomia-y-fisiologia-del-ojo

anatomia-y-fisiologia-del-ojo

fisiologia-del-ojo-humano

celulas-fotorreceptoras-conos-y-bastones

fisiologia-del-ojo-humano

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

arteria-central-de-la-retina

estructura-y-capas-de-la-retina

Anatomy of the ear

Middle and inner ear

cochlea

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

estructura-vestibular-del-oido

schematic illustration of a dissection of the cochlea in which you can see the internal, and tectorial membrane vestibular with vestibular and auditory nerves

dissection cochlea

Anatomy of the ear

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

detalle-de-seccion-de-cochlea

estructura-transversal-de-la-coclea

esquema-transversal-de-la-coclea

corte-transversal-de-la-coclea

the cochlea canal

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

estructuras-del-órgano-de-corti

membrana tectoria del oido interno

anatomy of the mouth

boca-tiroide-traquea

glandulas-salivales-mayores

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Anatomía de la muela

estructura interna del diente

ilustracion sujeción del diente

ilustracion estructura y sujeción del diente

ilustracion esquematica interna y externa del diente
estructura interna y externa del diente
 

 

 

 

 

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In fact the anatomy of the head is the most complex of the human body. Evidently it contains the brain and several sensory organs, it also controls numerous muscles that give it a great mobility. Then the neck, which is the part of the body between the head and the thorax. Therefore it is connected longitudinally by the spinal column, the spinal cord the spinal nerves, the encephalon, the vessels that irrigate the head, the pharyngoesophageal duct, the larynx, and the Trachea.

The neck is the transition area between the skull. Above all it functions as a conduit for the structures that circulate between them. It also contains specialized structures such as the larynx, trachea, esophagus, and thyroid and parathyroid glands. It also facilitates flexibility and enhances the effectiveness of the sensory organs found in the head. However the neck is a relatively thin structure.