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Atlas of Human Anatomy
  • E. Crelin
  • The Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine
  • 1 February 1965
wall between the disciplines of structure and function. The obvious need for precise quantitative description of morphology of whole organs for correlation with functional data already available inExpand
Functional Anatomy of the Newborn
The need for accurate information about the anatomy of the newborn infant led to the publication in 1968 of Dr. Crelin's large and detailed atlas, the first of its kind. The present volume is aExpand
Surgical anatomy of the ethmoidal arteries. A laboratory study of 150 orbits.
Whether anatomical variations within the orbit facilitate or complicate the surgical access to the ethmoidal arteries, or whether other dependable landmarks exist which might facilitate their exposure and ligation, is studied. Expand
Phonetic Ability and Related Anatomy of the Newborn and Adult Human, Neanderthal Man, and the Chimpanzee
The sounds of human speech make human language a rapid medium of communication through a process of speech “encoding.” The presence of sounds like the vowels [a], [i], and [u] makes this processExpand
Early Embryology of the Chick
  • E. Crelin
  • Medicine
  • The Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine
  • 1 October 1972
Since alterations in the way the chick embryo develops are governed by the process of evolution, this book will be more than adequate for the study of chick embryology for many, many years to come. Expand
The Microtomist's Formulary and Guide
  • E. Crelin
  • Computer Science
  • The Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine
  • 1 April 1955
The deductions and reasoning from the experimental data by Blackman in an attempt to clarify the results make the book worthwhile even if one takes issue with his lack of a statistical basis for his conclusions. Expand
The Function of the Epiglottis in Monkey and Man 1
In stumptail monkeys from birth to adulthood, and in very young human infants, the epiglottis serves to guide the larynx upwardly behind the soft palate so it can lock into the nasopharynx and remainExpand
Postnatal descent of the epiglottis in man. A preliminary report.
Maturational descent of the epiglottis, found to occur between 4 and 6 months of age, is verified by cineradiography, and represents a discrete developmental event manifesting the potential for oral tidal respiration from a pattern of obligate nasal breathing. Expand