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17-A exposure of the axilla

disection to expose the axilla containing the brachial plexus and blood vessels to the upper limb

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17-D disecting the upper brachial plexus

Desection techniques and description of the upper brachial plexus

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16-A removal of the skin

Incisions of the skin on the posterior trunk to expose the superficial group of muscles

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9-G incisions external oblique

Location of the incisions and exposure of the superficial muscle of the abdominal wall; the external oblique muscle and its aponeurosis.

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9-I flap in external oblique

Making a flap in the external oblique muscle to examine the internal oblique muscle

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10-A incisions in muscle wall

Making incisions in the anterior abdominal wall to enter the peritoneal cavity

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12-R Removal of bowel from the abdomen

Final removal of the jejunum, ileum and colon from the abdomen to expose the structures which lie in the retroperitoneum

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13-H removal of liver

Removing the liver from the abdomen

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14-B dissection celiac axis

disection of the coeliac axis

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14-E pancreas

Disection and description of the pancreas

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14-F mobilising the duodenum

Disecting the duodenum from the posterior abdominal wall.

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15-J inside the maxillary sinus

Opening the maxillary sinus and identifying the infraorbital nerve and palatine nerves

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8-E openning the larynx

Opening the larynx to view the internal features

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8-I Bisection of the head

Preparing the head for bisection

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7-B Introduction to the posterior pharynx and larynx

Introduction to the disection of the posterior pharynx

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7-A Posterior approach to the pharynx and larynx

How to approach the posterior aspect of the pharynx by removing the skull and soft tissues of the neck from the cervical spine.

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