Items tagged “anatomy”

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Obturator nerve

The obturator nerve is a large nerve arising from the lumbar plexus and the nerve of the medial compartment of the thigh. It arises from the anterior divisions of L2-4 in the lumbar plexus.  Gross anatomy Course Pelvis The nerve descends medial to psoas major to the obturator canal where it ...
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Anterior tibial artery

The anterior tibial artery is the main arterial supply of the anterior compartment of the leg.  Gross anatomy The anterior tibial artery arises from the popliteal artery in the popliteal fossa and continues distally as the dorsalis pedis artery. Course The popliteal artery usually divides at...
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Saphenous nerve

The saphenous nerve is the continuation of the deep division of the femoral nerve in the femoral triangle. Gross anatomy runs within the subsartorial canal, giving off an infrapatellar branch (it also contributes to the subsartorial nerve plexus) curves behind sartorius, appearing behind the ...
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Anconeus muscle

 Diagnosis not applicable
Dr Matt A. Morgan
Published 03 Mar 2015
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MRIAnnotated image
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Supradiaphragmatic liver

Supradiaphragmatic liver has been reported as a very rare variant in liver morphology.  In this variant, liver tissue extends into the right hemithorax through an opening in the right hemidiaphragm. The tissue is connected to the right hepatic lobe by a pedicle. In one report, the caudate lobe ...
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Ossicles (illustration)

 Diagnosis not applicable
Assoc Prof Frank Gaillard
Published 25 Apr 2015
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Diagram
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Normal optic nerves and chiasm

 Diagnosis not applicable
Assoc Prof Frank Gaillard
Published 26 Apr 2015
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MRI
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Anterior cerebral artery terminal branches

 Diagnosis not applicable
Assoc Prof Frank Gaillard
Published 15 May 2015
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CT
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Foot muscle insertion: anterior - Gray's anatomy illustration

 Diagnosis not applicable
Mr Gray's Illustrations
Published 18 May 2015
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Diagram
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Terminal ileum

The terminal ileum (plural: ilea (rarely: ileums) is the most distal segment of small bowel. It immediately precedes the small bowel's connection with the colon through the ileocecal valve. It is of particular interest since a number of infectious and inflammatory processes preferentially involv...
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Normal chest radiograph

 Diagnosis not applicable
Assoc Prof Craig Hacking
Published 18 Jun 2015
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Scapula: anatomy diagrams

 Diagnosis not applicable
Dr Matt Skalski
Published 19 May 2015
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Supra-acetabular fossa and notch (diagrams)

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Dr Matt Skalski
Published 19 May 2015
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Tibialis posterior tendon anatomy: diagram

 Diagnosis not applicable
Dr Matt Skalski
Published 19 May 2015
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Diagram
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Iliotibial band (ITB) anatomy: diagrams

 Diagnosis not applicable
Dr Matt Skalski
Published 21 May 2015
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Normal petrous temporal bone axial CT - with labels

 Diagnosis not applicable
Dr David van Gelderen
Published 24 May 2015
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CT
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Supernumerary nipples

 Diagnosis certain
Assoc Prof Frank Gaillard
Published 03 Jun 2015
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Mammography
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Frontal bone

The frontal bone is a skull bone that contributes to the cranial vault. It contributes to form part of the anterior cranial fossa. Gross anatomy The frontal bone has two portions: vertical portion (squama): has external/internal surfaces horizontal portion (orbital): has superior/inferior su...
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Parietal bone

The parietal bone is a paired, irregular, quadrilateral skull bone that forms the sides and roof of the cranium.  Gross anatomy The parietal bone has four borders, four angles, and external/internal surfaces. The four borders are: frontal sagittal occipital (half of lambdoid suture) squam...
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Occipital bone

The occipital bone (also known as C0) is a trapezoid skull bone that contributes to the posteroinferior part of the cranial vault. It is pierced by the foramen magnum, permitting communication from the cranial cavity to the vertebral canal. Terminology Occiput is a noun referring to the back o...