Thyroid gland

Overview- 1. Dyspnea 2. Dysphonia 3. Dysphagia 4. Tracheal Deviation 5. Retrosternal goiter 6. Pemberton’s Sign Thyroid gland present in neck region and it have two lobe (Right and left) and both lobe are connect with isthmus. Thyroid gland present in front of the tracha and it secret three hormone 1. Thyroxine or tetra iodo …

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Brain blood supply

Overview- 1. Vertebral Artery- 4th part (Five branches)2. Basilar Artery- Five branches 3. Internal Carotid Artery (ICA)- 4th part (Five branches)4. Circle of Willis (COW)- Draw hexagon 5. Cerebellum blood supply- Three artery 6. Clinicals- Stroke, Ataxia, PICA syndrome (Wallenberg syndrome or Lateral medullary syndrome) NOTE: Vertebral, and Internal carotid artery- • Both artery are …

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Femoral artery

Femoral artery is the main artery of lower limb and here we study femoral artery into some points that are given below. Overview- A. Inguinal ligament B. Femoral triangle – Femoral sheath C. Femoral artery branches – Trochanteric and cruciate anastomosis D. Saphenous opening/hiatus – Content E. Clinicals- Femoral artery pulse – Mid inguinal point …

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Aorta part’s

If we want to understand the blood supply of the whole body, then we have to first read the branches of the aorta because aorta supplies oxygenated blood to our body. Here we will study the main arteries of the body into two parts. 1. Aorta part’s and it’s branches 2. Whole Body Blood Supply- …

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Pterion

Overview- We covered pterion anatomy into below points. 1. Fontanelle- Pterion2. Location- Temporal fossa3. Formation 4. Artery- Middle meningeal artery 5. Nerve- Auriculotemporal nerve6. Hematoma7. Surgical landmark 8. Fracture 1. In pediatrics we read four fontanelle- A. Anterior fontanelle or BregmaB. Posterior fontanelle or LambdaC. Anterolateral fontanelle or Pterion D. Posterolateral fontanelle or Asterion Mnemonic: …

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Temporal fossa

Overview- 1. Boundaries- Anterior, posterior, superior, inferior, lateral, and medial. 2. Communication- Infratemporal fossa. 3. Content- Muscle, artery, and nerve. ● It is a fan shape, shallow fossa. ● Two in number and present on anterolateral side of the skull. ● Temporalis muscle (Fan shape muscle) are attached on it. 1. Boundaries- The boundaries of …

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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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