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34-B Soleus and popliteus

Dissection and description of the soleus and popliteus muscles of the posterior leg

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34-A Gastrocnemius and plantaris

Dissection and description of the gastocnemius and plantaris muscles of the posterior leg

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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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31-F Femoral triangle

The femoral traingle with the femoral artery, vein and nerve.

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30-D anatomical snuff box

Description of the 'antomical snuff box'.

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29-C Hand blood supply

Description of the blood supply to the hand; the ulna and radial arteries and the deep and superficial palmar arches.

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17-H antecubital fossa

Anatomy of the fossa lying in front of the elbow joint; the antecubital fossa

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27-D Female internal genitalia

Demonstration of the female internal genitalia shown using a sagittal bisection of the pelvis. Structures which lie off the midline.

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25-B IVC and veins

disection of the major vessels lying in the retroperitoneum

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25-D kidney

Disection and description of the kidney and its location 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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4-D left coronary complete

Description of the left coronary circulation and the proportions of the right and left coronary arteries which have a posterior interventricular branch. (The posterior interventricular branch…

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