ABDOMEN

About this course

This Course offers a logically organized, comprehensive approach to understanding the human gross anatomy of the abdomen. The study of abdomen anatomy provides a considerable intellectual challenge because the anatomy in this region deals with a large amount of very small but equally important structures. This Course consists of short and concise high yield video clips in addition to demonstrating important clinical correlations.

4ecourse-abdomen

Content

Speakers

Dr. Craig Canby

Dr. James Pikering

Video lectures

Inguinal Region Canal Abdomen

Surface Anatomy of the Abdomen Anatomy

Blood Supply of the Abdominal Wall – Anatomy

Anterolateral Abdominal Wall Anatomy

Layers of the Abdominal Wall – Anatomy

Abdominal Wall Anatomy

Oesophagus Stomach Abdomen

External Oblique & Rectus Abdominis Muscle – Anatomy

Rectus Sheath I – Anatomy

Nerve Supply of the Abdominal Wall – Anatomy

Abdominal Surface – Anatomy

Rectus Sheath (continued) – Anatomy

Abdominal Wall Overview Anatomy

Rectus Sheath II – Anatomy

Abdominal Regions – Anatomy

Transversus Abdominis – Anatomy

Anterolateral Abdominal Wall – Anatomy

Quadrants and Regions of the Abdominal Wall – Anatomy

Surface Anatomy of the Abdominal Wall – Anatomy

Skeletal & Muscular Elements of the Abdominal Wall – Anatomy

Sensory Distribution of the Abdomen – Anatomy

Visual material

Atlas of Human Anatomy

Overview

Body Wall

Peritoneal Cavity

Viscera (Gut)

Viscera (Accessory Organs)

Visceral Vasculature

Innervation

Kidneys and Suprarenal Glands

Lymphatics

Regional Scans

Cross-Sectional Anatomy

Electronic Bonus Plates