[pdf] BD Chaurasia human Anatomy pdf download -Head and Neck

BD Chaurasia human Anatomy pdf download [Head and Neck]


Anatomy and Disssection Table; How can one forget experience of DH Table in a medical school.

DH Table Crush,Gossips, Movie planning and fun…No medico can forget in their medical school life.

But at the same time Human Anatomy seems to be tough for many medicos.

There is a book BD Chaurasia Human Anatomy divided into Head and neck, Upper limb and lower limb and the other one called “0 book” or general anatomy.

BD Chaurasia is like Bible for Medical school 1st year MBBS, if studied thoroughly it helps lifelong no matter what branch you opt in your PG.

There are four parts of BD Chaurasia of Anatomy and these are as:

  1. Upper Limb and Thorax
  2. Head, Neck and Brain
  3. Lower limb, Abdomen and Pelvis
  4. Zero book or General anatomy


  • DO not go to Dissection hall/ DH without your BD chaurasia book and dissection book (usually Cunningham’s),carry your book always and study which part you are dissecting (be it Head and neck, upper limb or lower limb).
  • Learn to practice neat diagrams (although i couldn’t  make it :-P)
  • Don’t Miss DH/Dissection Hall for parties or fun….

Important Topics for Head and Neck (PCT as well as pre-proffs and proffs)

  • Tympanic membrane and external auditory canal – gross anatomy,arterial supply,nerve supply.
  • Facial Nerve
  • Temporomandibular joint.
  • Cavernous sinus thrombosis
  • Soft palate
  • Extrinsic muscles of eyeball
  • Thyroid gland (All ,applied part during thyroidectomy is very important).
  • Parotid gland
  • Vertebral artery and its contribution to complete the circle of Willis.
  • Middle ear cavity
  • Oculomotor nerve
  • Paranasal air sinuses
  • Tongue
  • Lymphatic drainage of tongue
  • Squint
  • Pyriform fossa
  • Bell’s Palsy
  • Coats of eyeball
  • Aqueous humor
  • Inlet of larynx
  • Dorsum of tongue and its nerve supply
  • Spine of sphenoid
  • Thyroglossal duct
  • Cleft palate
  • Dangerous area of face
  • Cricoid cartilage
  • Superior cervical ganglion
  • Recurrent laryngeal nerve
  • Iris
  • Inferior Constrictor of pharynx
  • Horner’s syndrome
  • Branchial cyst
  • Corneal reflex
  • Histology of Palatine tonsil
  • Temporalis muscle
  • Sternocleido-mastoid muscle
  • Lacrimal gland
  • Ciliary body
  • Rima glottidis
  • Lacrimal apparatus
  • Deep cervical fascia
  • Little’s area of epistaxis


Hope it helps in your first year MBBS. If you still wants any guidance regarding Medical School Feel free to ask in comments Below.

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