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32-B reflection of gluteus maximus

Dissection of the gluteus maximus muscle, division of the origin and reflection of the muscle laterally to expose the deep structures of the buttock.

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25-B IVC and veins

disection of the major vessels lying in the retroperitoneum

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25-G structures at the pelvic brim

dissection and description of the structures passing over the pelvic brim

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24-F three layers of spermatic fascia

Formation of the three coverings of the spermatic cord and testis

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24-B Disection inguinal canal

Intial disection of the inguinal canal to incise the external oblique aponeurosis and expose the internal oblique layer and the distal end of the inguinal canal

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9-F regions of the abdomen

In clinical practice we need to be precise about how we describe areas of the abdominal wall. There are various 'lines' which can be drawn across the abdomen to divide the abdomen into…

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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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9-J external olique lateral view

View and description of external oblique muscle with its origin on the lower (8) ribs and insertion into the linea alba.

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9-K external oblique aponeurosis lateral view

External oblique muscle and the external oblique aponeurosis. All muscles are attached to structures (usually the skeleton) using tendons. The external oblique muscle is a large sheet of muscle and…

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9-N three layers close up

Close view of the three layers which make up the lateral part of the abdominal wall

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9-O rectus sheath

The rectus sheath is a sheath which completely surounds the rectus abdominis muscle in the upper 2/3 of the abdomen and lies in front of the muscle in the lower 1/3 of the abdomen

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9-R summary abdominal wall muscles

View of the completed discetion of the anterior abdominal wall

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9-S summary of abdominal muscles close view

Closer view of the completed discetion of the anterior abdominal wall

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1-J summary right side

Summary of the right thoracic muscle disection

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