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The Anus and Rectum

The Anus and Rectum

One of the truly incredible properties of the anal canal is its resistance to infection, as well as the ability of its mucosa to heal after surgical intervention despite the torrent of micro-organisms passing over it. The Anus and Rectum. Anatomy of anal canal .

By marius
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Epidemiology of Extra Pulmonary Tuberculosis

Epidemiology of Extra Pulmonary Tuberculosis

Epidemiology of Extra Pulmonary Tuberculosis. Dr. Alaa Hassan Assistant professor Community and Family Medicine. The term Extra Pulmonary TB (EPTB) has been used to describe occurrence of tuberculosis at body sites other than the lung Parenchyma . .

By tasya
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The Anus and Rectum

The Anus and Rectum

One of the truly incredible properties of the anal canal is its resistance to infection, as well as the ability of its mucosa to heal after surgical intervention despite the torrent of micro-organisms passing over it. The Anus and Rectum. Anatomy of anal canal .

By gram
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Physical Assessment

Physical Assessment

Physical Assessment. Professor Debora Halloran Azusa Pacific University. Pediatric Physical Assessment. Neonate and Infant The Young Child School Age and Adolescent. Infant Health History. Developmental History Home Safety Immunizations Review of Systems

By chuong
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Regional anatomy of the lower limb

Regional anatomy of the lower limb

Regional anatomy of the lower limb. 山东大学医学院 解剖教研室 李振华. Parts and regions of the lower limb. Gluteal region - between iliac crest superiorly and gluteal fold inferiorly Thigh - between hip and knee knee - joint between leg and thigh Leg - between knee and foot Ankle Foot.

By reynard
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Muscles of the Lower Limb

Muscles of the Lower Limb

Muscles of the Lower Limb. Dr. Emad I Shaqoura IUG Faculty of Medicine. Thigh: anterior & medial aspects:. Cutaneous Nerves: The lateral cutaneous nerve of the thigh, a branch of the lumbar plexus (L2 and 3), enters the thigh behind the lateral end of the inguinal ligament

By krystal
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7 YO male bilateral lower abdominal pain

7 YO male bilateral lower abdominal pain

7 YO male bilateral lower abdominal pain. Ultrasound Case studies in Comer’s Emergency Room . History . Bilateral lower abdomen pain x 2 days No N/V/D No trauma No fever No testicular pain History of eczema. Physical exam. Temp: 37.3, PR 103, RR 24, BP 116/74 Normal ENT/

By umika
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Lymphedema

Lymphedema

Lymphedema. Emily Richter, RN, BSN, OCN Alverno College Spring 2007. Click on arrow for next slide. Directions for Tutorial. Use the arrows at the bottom of the page to move about the tutorial. This arrow moves you forward This arrow takes you back one page

By Olivia
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Inguinal Region & Secrotum

Inguinal Region & Secrotum

Inguinal Region & Secrotum. Abdomen, Pelvis & Perineum Unit Lecture 2 د. حيدر جليل الأعسم. Inguinal Canal.

By rayya
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Front of thigh

Front of thigh

Front of thigh. Surface landmarks- Iliac crest Anterior superior spine Inguinal ligament Pubic tubercle Pubic symphysis Greater trochanter Patella Tibial tuberosity Ligamentum patella Medial & lateral condyles of femur and tiba Adductor tubercle. Front of thigh. Superficail fascia-

By chika
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Chronic Leukemia

Chronic Leukemia

Chronic Leukemia. Chronic Lymphocytic leukemia (CLL): Definition: Chronic n eoplastic disorder characterized by accumulation of small mat ure-looking lymphocytes which are immunologically immature in blood, bone marrow and lymph nodes. • It is of either B- or T-cell type .

By kennice
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Muscles of the Lower Limb

Muscles of the Lower Limb

Muscles of the Lower Limb. Dr. Emad I Shaqoura IUG Faculty of Medicine. Thigh: anterior & medial aspects:. Cutaneous Nerves: The lateral cutaneous nerve of the thigh, a branch of the lumbar plexus (L2 and 3), enters the thigh behind the lateral end of the inguinal ligament

By eze
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WINDSOR UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE

WINDSOR UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE

Dr. SREEKANTH THOTA. DEPARTMENT OF ANATOMY. Lower limb. WINDSOR UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE . Femoral Triangle. This is a clinically important  triangular subfascial space in the superomedial  one-third part of the thigh. The femoral triangle is bounded.

By dior
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Breast anatomy

Breast anatomy

Breast anatomy. What area does the base of the breast cover?. Extends from lateral border of sternum to midaxillary line From 2 nd to 6 th ribs Small part may extend towards the axilla – the axillary tail. What two muscles does the breast overly?. Pectoralis major Serratus anterior.

By minor
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Alma Reyna

Alma Reyna

Alma Reyna. Power point. Slide #1. 1. 2. 3. Slid # 1. Optic canal Inferior nasal concha Mandibular symphysis. Slide #2. 4. 5. 7. 6. Slide #2. 4) Ethmoid bone 5) Sella turcica 6) Petrous part 7)Jugular foramen. Slide #3. 9. 9. 8. 8. 10. 8. Slide #3. 8) Glenoid Cavity

By beck
(122 views)

Anatomy

Anatomy

Anatomy. Block 1 review. Upper limb. Branches of the brachial plexus. Brachial plexus lesions. Paralysis of the Serratus Anterior(winged scapula ).

By oya
(213 views)

Chapter 6 The Lymphatic and Immune Systems

Chapter 6 The Lymphatic and Immune Systems

Chapter 6 The Lymphatic and Immune Systems. The Lymphatic System. Works closely with the immune system to protect and maintain the health of the body Functions (3 primary) Absorbing fats and fat soluble vitamins from the small intestine Removes waste from the tissues

By maik
(246 views)

Lesson # 9

Lesson # 9

Lesson # 9. Chapter 22. The Lymphoid System-2. Objectives:. 1 - To list the major lymph organs and the functions of each. The Lymphatic System. Lymphatic Vessels. Diffuse Lymphoid Tissues. Encapsulated Lymphoid Organs. Lymph.

By verdi
(129 views)

Lymph nodes examination

Lymph nodes examination

Lymph nodes examination. Wail Alamoudi. Classification . Head & neck and clavicle UL (axillary , epitrochlear) LL (inguinal , femoral and popliteal) Abdomen ( paraaortic , liver and spleen ). Head & neck and clavicle. There are approximately 300 lymph nodes in the neck.

By olathe
(961 views)

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