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Cat Circulatory System

Cat Circulatory System

Cat Circulatory System. External jugular vein. Common carotid artery. Brachiocephalic vein. Subclavian artery and vein. Inferior vena cavae. Abdominal aorta. Common iliac artery and vein. External iliac artery and vein. Femoral artery and vein. Internal jugular vein.

By Sophia
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Cardiovascular Quiz

Cardiovascular Quiz

Cardiovascular Quiz. Developed by: Sorcha McCaughley & Mark Brims Approved by: Gawain Hammond & Maureen Bain Supported by: The Chancellor’s Fund. Cardiovascular Quiz. START!. Developed by: Sorcha McCaughley & Mark Brims Supported by: The Chancellor’s Fund. Choose a region:. The Heart

By Jimmy
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Vulvar Lesions

Vulvar Lesions

Vulvar Lesions. A.MALIBARY, M.D. Anatomy. Mons pubis Labia majora and minora Clitoris Vestibule Urethral meatus It covers and protects the entrance to the vagina, vestibule, and urethra. Vulvar Hygiene. Use mild, nondrying soap Washing underwear with mild soap and rinsing well

By redell
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Presentation

Presentation

Presentation. 76 y/o male referred for bilateral 4 cm common iliac aneurysms s/p open repair of symptomatic 6.5 cm type IV thoracoabdominal aneurysm by CT surgery at Stanford 7/06, 22mm main graft body Surg hx – three vessel CABG 1982, infra-renal abdominal aortic aneurysm repair 1985

By elysia
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Anal Cancer

Anal Cancer

Anal Cancer. Seema Izfar, MD 3/21/12. New Anatomic Considerations. 5290 new cases of anal cancer in 2009 classification published by American Joint Committee on Cancer Staging Manual three regions: anal canal, perianal skin, skin. Anatomy.

By ronnie
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Arteries

Arteries

Arteries. 1. Femoral a. brunches. Small brunches: Superficial external iliac a. Superficial external pudendal a. Superficial epigastric a. Large brunch: Profunda femoris : Lateral circumflex a. Medial circumflex a. Perforating a. Small branches. Large brunch. 2. Gluteal a.

By belle
(260 views)

Major Veins of the body

Major Veins of the body

Major Veins of the body. Objectives. At the end of the lecture, the student should be able to: Define the ‘vein’ and understand the general principle of the veins. Describe the role of the superior and inferior vena cavae & list the tributaries of each vein.

By nubia
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Cat Veins

Cat Veins

Cat Veins. Superior vena cava. Brachiocephalic. Subclavian. Axillary. Brachial. Transverse Jugular. Internal mammary (cut). Suprascapular (transverse scapular). Vertebral. Subscapular. Linguofacial. Maxillary. INTE. VEINS. Superior Vena Cava. Brachiocephalic. Heart.

By anne
(266 views)

Cat Veins

Cat Veins

Cat Veins. Superior vena cava. Brachiocephalic. Subclavian. Axillary. Brachial. Transverse Jugular. Internal thoracic (cut). Suprascapular. Vertebral. Subscapular. Facial. Maxillary. INTE. VEINS. Superior Vena Cava. Brachiocephalic. Heart. Internal Jugular. External Jugular.

By kenna
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Cross Sectional Anatomy

Cross Sectional Anatomy

Cross Sectional Anatomy. Chris Kowtko, MSRS, R.T. (R)(M). ABDOMEN. Musculo-Skeletal System Psoas muscle Crura of Diaphragm Vertebra Ilium Pubic Ribs. ABDOMEN. Digestive system Esophagus Stomach Small intestine Large intestine Accessory organs Liver & gall bladder Bile ducts

By mills
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Artery and Vein

Artery and Vein

Artery and Vein. Vessel Man. Arteries in neck and shoulder. Lt. external carotid a. Rt. common carotid a. Lt. common carotid a. Rt. Subclavian a. Lt. Subclavian a. Brachiocephalic Artery. Aortic arch. Rt. Axillary a. Lt. external carotid a. Lt. common carotid a.

By dylan-lane
(196 views)

Cross Sectional Anatomy

Cross Sectional Anatomy

Cross Sectional Anatomy. Chris Kowtko, MSRS, R.T. (R)(M). ABDOMEN. Musculo-Skeletal System Psoas muscle Crura of Diaphragm Vertebra Ilium Pubic Ribs. ABDOMEN. Digestive system Esophagus Stomach Small intestine Large intestine Accessory organs Liver & gall bladder Bile ducts

By walker-santiago
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ANTERIOR ABDOMINAL WALL

ANTERIOR ABDOMINAL WALL

ANTERIOR ABDOMINAL WALL. Borders of the Abdomen. Superior: Costal cartilages 7-12. Xiphoid process: Level of 10 th cartilage = L3 Inferior: Pubic bone and iliac crest: Level of L4. Umbilicus: Level of IV disc L3-4. Lines of the Anterior Abdominal Wall. Linea alba:

By kylynn-chen
(180 views)

THE VEINS OF THE BODY

THE VEINS OF THE BODY

THE VEINS OF THE BODY. Dr. Nabil Khouri. Systemic Circulation:.

By mnickerson
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Cross Sectional Anatomy

Cross Sectional Anatomy

Cross Sectional Anatomy. Chris Kowtko, MSRS, R.T. (R)(M). ABDOMEN. Musculo-Skeletal System Psoas muscle Crura of Diaphragm Vertebra Ilium Pubic Ribs. ABDOMEN. Digestive system Esophagus Stomach Small intestine Large intestine Accessory organs Liver & gall bladder Bile ducts

By skrahn
(5 views)

Pelvic Nerves & Vessels

Pelvic Nerves & Vessels

Pelvic Nerves & Vessels. Pelvis & Perineum Unit Lecture 5 د. حيدر جليل الأعسم. Pelvic Nerves. Sacral Plexus

By pattid
(8 views)


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