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Rectus sheath

Rectus sheath

Overview – 1. Theory 2. Diagram 3. Clinical This is a aponeurotic sheath covering the rectus abdominis muscle (Anterior abdominal wall muscle). We covered rectus sheath anatomy into three point are as follow: Theory, diagram and clinical’s. A. Theory – The rectus sheath has two wall, and it contain two muscles, two artery, two vein, …

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Femur Bone Chart

Hello Guy’s! I am Pawan nagar from TCML Team. In this article we will try to understand, How can we easily understand the femur bones (Side determination, external features, and attachment) and remember them for a long time. Here we are give an superficial idea to study femur bone and if you want to study …

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How To Study Bone

Hello future Dr. I am Pawan nagar from TCML Team. In this article we will try to understand, How can we easily understand the bones (Side determination, external features, and attachment) and remember them for a long time. Here we are giving a superficial idea to study bone and if you want to study each …

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Bicipital groove

Overview- In this article we covered. 1. Greater Tubercle 2. Lesser Tubercle 3. Intertubercular Sulcus or bicipital groove- Location, attachment, and content. • Before reading Bicipital groove, we will talk about the external features and attachment of humerus bone, so that we can easily understand all points of Bicipital groove. • We divide it into …

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Intermuscular Spaces

Overview- In this article we covered. • Quadrangular Space • Upper Triangular Space • Lower Triangular Space • Axillary Nerve • Lower Subscapular Nerve • Radial Nerve • Axillary Artery branches (PCHA and Circumflex scapular artery) • Brachial Artery branches (Profunda or Deep brachii artery) Mnemonic- 3 Spaces, 3 Muscles, and 3 Artery. 3 SPACES: …

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Hip Joint

Ligaments of Hip Joint- Overview: In this article we covered. 1. Ligament of head of the femur 2. Acetabular labrum 3. Transverse acetabular ligament 4. Capsular ligament or fibrous capsule of the hip joint 5. iliofemoral ligament or Ligament of Bigelow 6. Ischio femoral ligament 7. Pubofemoral ligament You can easily understand all ligament of …

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Larynx Anatomy

Overview- In this article we covered- • Larynx Intrinsic muscles (Total 9 muscles) • Vagus nerve (Superior and inferior/recurrent laryngeal nerve) • Pharyngeal arch (4th and 6th arch) Larynx muscles (Intrinsic muscles) ● Development– All Intrinsic Muscles of the Larynx are developed from the 6th pharyngeal arch except the Cricothyroid muscle (this is developed from …

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Carotid artery

OVERVIEW- In this article we covered- A. External carotid artery and its branchesB. Maxillary artery and its branches C. Maxillary nerve (Trigeminal nerve) and its branches Branches of External carotid artery (ECA) • this is the branch of the common carotid artery (Common carotid artery divide into two part; external and internal carotid artery- see …

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Trigeminal Nerve

1. Ophthalmic Division of Trigeminal Nerve- (Sensory) • Frontal branch A. Supra Trochlear (Medial side)- Supply to the skin of the upper eyelidB. Supra Orbital (Lateral side) – Supply to the skin of upper eyelid and forehead • Nasociliary A. Infra Trochlear B. Anterior Ethmoidal- Supply to the nose.C. Posterior Ethmoidal- Supply to the nose.D. …

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