Do you know why we don’t feel pain when we cut our nails? Why don’t we “spit up milk” like little babies? Why are postmenopausal women prone to osteoporosis? Why are the elderly prone to coronary heart disease? If a bladder stone develops, what will the doctor do to remove it, and how will it be excreted from the body? How did the “dangerous triangle” of the face get its name? How does the blood in our body flow away? How does the heart shoot blood, and what is the specific path? These seemingly simple but unanswerable questions, from daily science popularization to common diseases in life, you can find the answers in the book “DK Perspective Eye Encyclopedia·Human Body”.
”This is the occipital frontalis muscle. There are two abdominal muscles, one occipital abdominal, one frontal abdomen, and a cap-shaped aponeurosis. This muscle contraction can produce frontal lines. If a person’s frontal lines disappear, it means facial paralysis.” “This is The oculomotor nucleus is the trochlear nucleus, the abducens nucleus, and the hypoglossal nucleus. These four nuclei are general body movement.” “Venous blood flows from the superior and inferior vena cava into the left atrium, to the left ventricle, and is transported through the pulmonary artery to the left atrium. The lungs exchange gas into arterial blood, and then flow through the right atrium and ventricle, and finally shoot from the aorta to the whole body.” As a medical student, in anatomy class, whenever the teacher talks about these in professional terms, my mind It is always chaotic…because we are not clear about its anatomy. Until I opened the book “DK Perspective Eye Encyclopedia·Human Body”, a sense of suddenness came into being.
When chewing, it is the masticatory muscles that lift up the mandible to help us grind food; the orbicularis oculi muscle can help close the eyes, and the depressor muscles can lift the bridge of the nose; how will the complex and delicate vascular network and neural network of the head and neck appear… From the human body system to the organ muscles to the tissue blood vessels, with incredible clarity, it shows every detail of the human body. It is not as obscure as a professional book, but it can open a new door in the palace of medicine. The exquisite anatomical atlas will be clearly organized and will give you a sense of the composition of our human body.
The biggest highlight and innovation of “DK Perspective Eye Encyclopedia·Human Body” is that it has six stunning films. How are objects seen by our eyes imaged? How does outside air get into the lungs and how does oxygen get into the blood? How does blood flow in the heart? What will the food that is eaten go through in the body and finally be discharged? How does the kidney produce urine? What do different areas of the cerebral cortex manage? The film covering the anatomical structure will give us a specific and clear understanding of these processes. These details can help us more easily understand how the human body is put together.
Just as the author said in the preface of this book: “In my years of practicing medicine, I have been trying to use bionic components to replace damaged organs and limbs, but nothing is as good as natural ones. When we see these pictures, At this time, we should remember what a great gift the body is, and we should take care of it. “Only the more we understand our body structure, can we better protect it. It is important to have a healthy body. There are tens of millions of cells working for us at all times, so we should treat ourselves well.
Let us open this book together and walk into the incredible journey of the human body.