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Scapular Region

Scapular Region

Scapular Region. Dr. Nivin Sharaf (MD). Objectives. Know the landmarks of the bony structures of the shoulder/axillary regions Know the rotator cuff muscles, external rotators, internal rotators Be familiar with principal muscles of the scapular , scapulo -humeral region

By jeanne
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Glenohumeral Joint Jessica Vila & Carrie A. Hoch

Glenohumeral Joint Jessica Vila & Carrie A. Hoch

Glenohumeral Joint Jessica Vila & Carrie A. Hoch. Ligaments. . . . . . . . . Anterior view. http://www.mlcmarlins.com.au/content/training/coaching_clinic/shoulders/shoulders.htm. Bursae.  subacromial bursa.  subdeltoid bursa.  subcoracoid bursa.

By baxter
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Shoulder & Pectoral Region

Shoulder & Pectoral Region

Muscles OF. Shoulder & Pectoral Region. Objectives. Know the landmarks of the bony structures of the shoulder and axillary regions. Discuss the muscles of pectoral and shoulder regions in terms of their origin, insertion, nerve supply and actions.

By dinesh
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Scapular Region

Scapular Region

Scapular Region. Dr. Nivin Sharaf (MD). Objectives. Know the landmarks of the bony structures of the shoulder/axillary regions Know the rotator cuff muscles, external rotators, internal rotators Be familiar with principal muscles of the scapular , scapulo -humeral region

By york
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Bones of the Upper Limb

Bones of the Upper Limb

Bones of the Upper Limb. Dr. Fadel Naim Orthopedic Surgeon Faculty of Medicine IUG-Gaza. لَا أُقْسِمُ بِيَوْمِ الْقِيَامَةِ{1} وَلَا أُقْسِمُ بِالنَّفْسِ اللَّوَّامَةِ{2} أَيَحْسَبُ الْإِنسَانُ أَلَّن نَجْمَعَ عِظَامَهُ{3} بَلَى قَادِرِينَ عَلَى أَن نُّسَوِّيَ بَنَانَهُ{4}.

By gaaron
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Anatomical Position

Anatomical Position

Anatomical Position. Standard 1 Objective 8. What is it ?. The anatomical position is:. “ the universal accepted starting point used to describe or analyze anatomical terms or movement. ”. To be in correct anatomical position, the body must meet 3 criteria:. Upright, standing position

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Anatomical Directions

Anatomical Directions

Anatomical Directions. Anatomy and Physiology 1 Mr. Beyer. Anatomical Position. The body standing upright facing forward, toes pointing forward, palms facing forward The body could also be in this position laying supine (on its posterior surface). Anatomical Position. Superior and Inferior.

By jonesrobert (0 views)

Anatomical Terminology

Anatomical Terminology

Anatomical Terminology. Section 1.7. Do Now. Try your best to write a sentence for each of the following words. When possible, use anatomical parts in the sentence. - Anterior - Posterior - Superior - Inferior - Dorsal - Ventral - . Objectives.

By chet (205 views)

Anatomical Position

Anatomical Position

Anatomical Position. 1. Navigating the Body. Regions of the Body. Regions of the Body. Planes, Directions and Positions. Planes of Movement. Sagittal. Frontal. Transverse. Directions and Positions. Superior. Inferior. Posterior. Anterior. Directions and Positions.

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Anatomical Position

Anatomical Position

Anatomical Position. Body erect, feet slightly apart, palms facing forward, thumbs point away from body. Figure 1.7a. Directional Terms. Superior and inferior – toward and away from the head, respectively Anterior and posterior – toward the front and back of the body

By apollo (143 views)

Anatomical Opposites

Anatomical Opposites

Anatomical Opposites. 1. anterior vs. posterior 2. superior vs. inferior 3. medial vs. lateral 4. proximal vs. distal 5. palmar vs. plantar 6. abduction vs. adduction 7. eversion vs. inversion. 8. internal rotation vs. external rotation 9. flexion vs. extension

By yuma (223 views)

Anatomical Position

Anatomical Position

Anatomical Position. What is it ?. The anatomical position is:. “ the universal accepted starting point used to describe or analyze anatomical terms or movement. ”. To be in correct anatomical position, the body must meet 3 criteria:. Upright, standing position Face and feet pointing forward

By macy (201 views)

Anatomical Position

Anatomical Position

Anatomical Position. Standard anatomical body position: Body erect Feet slightly apart Palms facing forward. Anatomical Position. Body Planes. Plane: Flat surface along which body or structure is cut for anatomical study. Body Planes. Sagittal plane

By mason (187 views)

Anatomical Terminology

Anatomical Terminology

Anatomical Terminology. Ch 1. Anatomical Scale. Scale of Anatomy. Microscopic anatomy Cytology Histology Gross anatomy Surface anatomy Regional anatomy Systemic anatomy. Microscopic Anatomy. Study of structures visible only with the aid of magnification Structures less than 1mm

By Faraday (288 views)

Anatomical Terms

Anatomical Terms

Anatomical Terms . Chapter 1 PowerPoint #2. Anatomical Position. In anatomical position, the body is erect, with head and toes pointed forward and arms hanging at sides with palms facing forward. QUIZ: Stand and assume the anatomical position. Directional Terms.

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