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.




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


Elbow and Forearm

Wrist and Hand


Regional Imaging

Electronic Bonus Plates