UPPER LIMB

About this course

This Course offers a logically organized, comprehensive approach to understanding the human gross anatomy of the upper limb. The study of upper limb anatomy provides a considerable intellectual challenge because the anatomy in this region deals with all vital organs and 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.

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Content

Speakers

Dr. James Pikering

Dr. Stuart Enoch

Video lectures

Upper Limb Surface Anatomy Osteology Anatomy

Muscles of the Ulnar Nerve – MRCS

Nerve Injuries – Median Nerve – MRCS

Upper Limb & Lower Limb – Anatomy

Scapula_ Views & Surface – Anatomy

Bones of the Upper Limb – Anatomy

Clavicle_ Overview & Parts – Anatomy

Internal Oblique Muscle – Anatomy

Upper Limb Superficial Structures Cutaneous Innervations Anatomy

Humerus_ Characteristics & Parts – Anatomy

Upper Limb – Anterior & Posterior Aspects – Anatomy

Upper Limb – Range of Motion – Anatomy

Hand – Carpal Bones & Phalanges – Anatomy

Anterior Interosseous Nerve Syndrome – MRCS

Radius Bone_ Views & Position – Anatomy

Painful Arc Syndrome_ Rotator Cuff – MRCS

Ulna – Function & Position – Anatomy

Musculocutaneous Nerve – Definition & Overview – MRCS

Biceps – Anatomy, Structure & Function – MRCS

Cubital Fossa & Carpal Tunnel – MRCS

Muscles of the Shoulder Joint – MRCS

Visual material

Atlas of Human Anatomy

Surface Anatomy

Cutaneous Anatomy

Shoulder and Axilla

Arm

Elbow and Forearm

Wrist and Hand

Neurovasculature

Regional Imaging

Electronic Bonus Plates