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35-F Ankle ligaments

Description of the ligaments of the ankle joint

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35-D Ligaments of the knee

Dissection and description of the ligaments of the knee joint

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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-L Peudendal nerve

Description of the location of the peudendal nerve using a prosection of the buttock, anatomical model of the perineum and a bony pelvis

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30-G Opening the elbow joint

Disection to open the elbow joint and description of the internal anatomy

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29-I Hand nerve supply

Nerve supply to the muscles and skin of the hand.

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28-F nerve supply

Nerve supply of the flexor compartment of the forearm

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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-F upper retroperitoneum

Dissection and description of the retroperitoneum lying behind the kidneys.

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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-D spinal ligaments

Description of the ligaments of the spinal column

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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-B ligamentum teres and falciform

Finding and describing the reminant of the umbilical vein; the ligamentum teres, and a fold of peritoneum which covers the ligamentum teres; the falciform ligament.

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