Gross Anatomy Dissections

University of Michigan Course

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Contents:
The Neurovascular Supply of the Mid-Face - Dissection: Vertebral Column, Spinal Cord/Coverings - Thorax; Pleura and Superior Mediastinum - Dissection: Thoracic Contents - Human Skull - Parotid Gland; Blood Vessels of the Face - The Mediastinum and Heart - Masticator and Lateral Pharyngeal Spaces - Lateral Aspect of Face; Facial Nerve - The Heart-facial Muscles - Dissection of Acellular Basement Membrane - Superficial Cervical Region and Posterior Triangle of Neck - Cutaneous Innervation of the Face - Axillary Contents - Gross Anatomy: Cutaneous Nerves of the Back - Cranial Meninges, Dural Venous Sinuses and Cerebrospinal Fluid


Anterior Triangles of Neck-Subclavian Artery and Visceral Section of Neck - Superficial and Deep Back Muscles - Scalp and Cranial Contents-Superficial Abdominal Wall - Abdominal Wall and Fasciae; Thoracic Wall - External Carotid Artery - Retrostyloid Region - Middle Ear Cavity - TMJ, Pterygoid Muscles, Maxillary Vessels - Nerve Supply to Teeth; Maxillary Sinus - Suprahyoid Region; Mouth/Paralingual Space - Maxillary division of the trigeminal nerve; maxillary artery(3rd part) and ptygopalatine fossa - Muscles of Mastication and the TMJ - The Intratemporal Fossa - Lateral Pharyngeal Wall - Orbit-Nasal Cavity - Hard and Soft Palate and Fauces - Lateral Aspect of the Face - Cutaneous innervation of the face - Submandibular, submental and carotid triangles - Paralingual space and tongue - Larynx - Review of Gross Anatomy for the National Boards

Lecture 30: Gross Anatomy Suprahyoid Region; MouthParalingual Space

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        The gross anatomy and dissection of the suprahyoid region, mouth, and the paralingual space of a human cadaver. Orig. air date JUL 1 74 This is part of the Open.Michigan collection at httpopen.umich.edueducation

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