Items tagged “anatomy”

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Rectouterine pouch

The rectouterine pouch, also known as the rectovaginal pouch, cul-de-sac or pouch of Douglas, is an extension of peritoneum between the posterior wall of uterus and the rectum in females. It is the most dependent part of the peritoneal cavity and is analogous to the rectovesical pouch in males. ...
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Hepatic artery proper

The hepatic artery proper or the proper hepatic artery arises from the common hepatic artery as it divides into its two terminal branches, the hepatic artery proper and the gastroduodenal artery.  Gross anatomy Course The hepatic artery proper runs anterior to the portal vein and to the left ...
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Ligament of Wrisberg

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Dr Ayush Goel
Published 24 Mar 2014
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Facial nerve anatomy - labeled CT

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Dr Matt Skalski
Published 30 Apr 2014
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Anatomy of fetal eye

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Dr Rupesh Namdev
Published 11 May 2014
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Internal capsule

The internal capsule is a deep subcortical structure that contains a concentration of white matter projection fibres. These fibres form the corona radiata. Anatomically, this is an important area because of the high concentration of both motor and sensory projection fibres 1,2.  Gross anatomy ...
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Nervus intermedius

The nervus intermedius, also known as nerve of Wrisberg, is a part of the facial nerve (CN VII) which contains somatic sensory, special sensory, and visceral motor (secretomotor) fibres 1. Gross anatomy Nuclei superior salivary nucleus parasympathetic supply to the lacrimal and major salivar...
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Physeal anatomy - illustration

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Dr Matt Skalski
Published 31 Jan 2014
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Bone terminology diagram

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Dr Matt Skalski
Published 17 Jun 2014
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Cavo-atrial junction on chest x-ray

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Dr Henry Knipe
Published 24 Jun 2014
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Axis (C2)

The axis is the second cervical vertebra, commonly called C2. It is an atypical cervical vertebra with unique features and important relations that make it easily recognisable. Its most prominent feature is the odontoid process, which is embryologically the body of the atlas (C1) 1,2. It plays a...
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Triangular fibrocartilage complex (TFCC) anatomy illustrations

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Dr Matt Skalski
Published 08 Aug 2014
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Scapula

The scapula (plural: scapulae) is a roughly triangular shaped bone of the pectoral girdle with several articulations connecting to the humerus and clavicle.  Gross anatomy Osteology The main part of the scapula, the body, consists of a somewhat triangular-shaped flat blade, with an inferiorly...
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Cervical spine

The cervical spine is the upper part of the spine extending from the skull base to the thorax at the level of the first vertebra with a rib attached to it. It normally consists of seven vertebrae. Its main function is to support the skull and maintain the relative positions of the brain and spin...
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Typical cervical vertebrae

Of the seven cervical vertebrae, C3 through C6 have typical anatomy, while C7 looks very similar. C1 (atlas) and C2 (axis) have very distinct anatomical features. For a basic anatomic description of the structure a generic vertebra, see vertebrae. Gross anatomy small, oval-sized vertebral bodi...
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Mandibular canal

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Dr Bruno Di Muzio
Published 19 Oct 2014
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Anatomy of the talus

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Dr Matt Skalski
Published 04 Nov 2014
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Talus

The talus is a tarsal bone in the hindfoot that articulates with the tibia, fibula, calcaneus, and navicular bones. It has no muscular attachments and around 60% of its surface is covered by articular cartilage.  Gross anatomy The talus has been described as having three main components: head,...
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Calcaneus

The calcaneus, also referred to as the calcaneum, is the largest tarsal bone and the major bone in the hindfoot. It articulates with the talus superiorly and the cuboid anteriorly and shares a joint space with the talonavicular joint, appropriately called the talocalcaneonavicular joint. The cal...
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Patent foramen ovale

A patent foramen ovale (PFO) is a type of atrial septal defect in which there is channel-like communication between the atria through an unfused fossa ovale. Gross anatomy The foramen ovale in the interatrial septum normally develops into the fossa ovalis when the flaps of the atrial septa pri...

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