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30-C Dorsum of finger

Description of the dorsal aspect of the finger

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29-E lumbricals

description and demonstration of the lumbrical muscles

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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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23-C spinal curves and intervertebral disc

description of the curvature of the spine and the intervertebral discs

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23-B individual vertebrae

Introduction and description of individual vertebrae including naming the different parts of the vertebra and comparison between the cervical, thoracic and lumber regions. Description of the atlas…

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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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10-C inferior ligaments

locating folds of peritoneum, reminants of the bilateral umbilical arteries and a degenerated connection from the bladder to the umbilicus, the urachus, on the inner surface of the lower abdominal…

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10-E inferior ligaments cephalic view

The 'ligaments' and folds of peritoneum which act as landmarks on the inside of the lower part of the abdominal wall as viewed from the head end of the cadaver

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