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- Part I: Introduction and Thorax Cartoon: The Four "Birds" of the Thorax 1 Planes of the body 2 Anatomic position 3 Some common movements 4 Skeletal landmarks (upper anterior) 5 Bones of the skeleton (lower anterior) 6 Skeletal landmarks (upper posterior) 7 Skeletal landmarks (lower posterior) 8 Muscles of anterior trunk 9 Muscles of anterior thorax and abdomen 10 Section through lactating breast 11 Fibrous supporting membranes in the breast 12 Lactating breast Cartoon: Coracoid process and acromion 13 Skeletal landmarks (thorax and upper arm) 14 Skeletal landmarks (pelvis and hip) 15 Anterior thoracic muscles 16 Muscle attachments of the anterior thorax 17 Anterior thoracic wall seen from inside 18 Contents of thorax with anterior wall removed 19 Intercostal muscles 20 Intercostal muscles 21 Cross section of thoracic wall with intercostal arteries 22 Section of thoracic wall with intercostal arteries 23 Arteries of the thorax and upper arm 24 Thoracic spinal nerve 25 The pericardium 26 The interior of the posterior pericardial sac with the heart removed and the great vessels cut 27 Exterior of the heart 28 Interior of the heart 29 Trace the course of blood through the heart 30 The heart: ventricles exposed 31 Base and diaphragmatic surface of heart 32 Right atrium and right ventricle 33 Left ventricle 34 Heart valves and valve action 35 The four heart valves Cartoon: Muscle 36 Coronary arteries (most common pattern) 37 Coronary veins 38 Cardiac conducting system 39 Cardiac fibrous skeleton 40 Aortic valve and its fibrous support 41 Nerves to the heart 42 Trachea, bronchi, and mediastinal surface of the lungs 43 Bronchopulmonary segments: left lung 44 Bronchopulmonary segments: right lung 45A Bronchopulmonary segment 45B Bronchopulmonary segment 46 Lungs and pleura 47 The pleura and pleural recesses 48 Trachea, esophagus, and vagus nerve 49 Right mediastinum 50 Left mediastinum 51 Diaphragm 52 Azygos vein and its tributaries 53 Blood flow in the fetus 54 Fetal heart in late development 55 Circulatory changes after birth 56 Thoracic splanchnic nerves 57 Autonomic nervous system 58 Thoracic duct and related structures 59 Mediastinum after removal of heart and pericardium 60 Cross section at thorax level of bifurcation of pulmonary trunk 61 Cross section of thorax just below pulmonary valve 62 Cross section of thorax just below aortic valve 63 Cross section of thorax at level of male nipple 64 Cross section of thorax with right dome of diaphragm and right lobe of liver Part II: The Abdomen Cartoon: Duodenum 1 Segmental innervation of the skin of the anterior trunk 2 Muscles of the anterior and lateral abdominal walls I 3 Muscles of the anterior and lateral abdominal walls II 4 Muscles and layers of the anterior abdominal wall 5 External abdominal oblique aponeurosis and superficial inguinal ring 6 Inguinal canal dissection 7 Inguinal ligament and related structures 8 Lower anterior abdomen wall viewed from the inside 9 Thoracic and abdominal viscera after removal of anterior thoracic and abdominal walls 10 Thorax and abdominal viscera in relation to the skeleton, anterior view 11 Frontal (coronal) section of the trunk 12 Thoracic and abdominal viscera, left aspect 13 Thoracic and abdominal viscera, right aspect 14 Thoracic and abdominal viscera in relation to the skeleton, posterior view 15 Midsagittal section of the female peritoneal cavity 16 The stomach 17 Blood supply of the stomach 18 Stomach, duodenum, and pancreas 19 Pancreas, duodenum, and spleen Cartoon: Some Latin anatomic terms 20 Celiac trunk and its branches 21 Nerve supply of the stomach 22 The liver (hepar) 23 Liver, visceral surface (posterior/inferior aspect) 24A The intestines I 24B The intestines II 25 Distribution of the superior mesenteric artery and vein 26 Blood supply of the jejunum 27 Blood supply to the small intestine 28 Mucosa of jejunum and ileum
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