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Head & Neck

  1. Neck
    Neck
    The neck is the part of the body that distinguishes the head from the torso or trunk. Many vital structures pass through this area of the body. More.
    1. Larynx
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      Cartilages, ligaments, membranes and muscles of the larynx.
    2. Muscles of the anterior neck
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      Overview of the muscles that define the anterior neck.
    3. Neurovasculature and lymph nodes of the neck
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      Arteries, veins, nerves and lymph nodes of the neck.
    4. Scalene muscles
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      Origins, insertions, innervation and functions of the scalene muscles.
    5. Infrahyoid muscles
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      Origins, insertions, innervation and functions of the infrahyoid muscles.
    6. Suprahyoid muscles
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      Origins, insertions, innervation and functions of the suprahyoid muscles.
  2. Skull
    Skull
    The skull is the most complex arrangement of bones within the body and serves mainly to protect your brain. Here you'll learn about the bones that define the ... More.
    1. Anterior and lateral skull
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      Structures seen on the anterior and lateral views of the skull.
    2. Posterior and lateral skull
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      Structures seen on the posterior and lateral views of the skull.
    3. Calvaria
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      Structures seen on the superior and inferior views of the calvaria.
    4. Inferior view of base of the skull
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      Structures seen on the inferior view of the base of the skull.
    5. Superior view of base of the skull
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      Structures seen on the superior view of the base of the skull.
    6. Midsagittal skull
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      Structures seen on the midsagittal section of the skull.
    7. Ethmoid bone
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      Structure and landmarks of the ethmoid bone.
    8. Sphenoid bone
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      Structure and landmarks of the sphenoid bone.
    9. Temporal bone
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      Structure and landmarks of the temporal bone.
    10. Mandible
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      Bony structures of the mandible.
  3. Head
    Head
    The head is comprised of many structures including the eyes, ears, nose and mouth, each of which aid in various sensory functions, such as sight, hearing and ... More.
    1. Salivary Glands
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      Salivary glands and surrounding structures
    2. Muscles of facial expression
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      Overview of the muscles responsible for facial expression.
    3. Muscles of mastication
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      Overview of the muscles that aid in mastication.
    4. Muscles of mastication II
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      Origins, insertions, innervation and functions of the muscles of mastication.
    5. Superficial blood vessels of the head
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      Superficial arteries and veins of the face and scalp.
    6. Superficial nerves of the head
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      Superficial nerves of the face and scalp.
    7. Maxillary artery
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      Maxillary artery and its branches.
    8. Head
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      [420 questions] - Clinical anatomy, topography, functions and more details related to the structures found in the head.
  4. Orbit and contents
    Orbit and contents
    The bony orbit is the skeletal cavity or socket which is made up of several cranial structures and surrounds the soft tissue that make up the eye. More.
    1. Muscles of the orbit
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      Overview of the muscles of the orbit and related structures.
    2. Blood vessels of the orbit
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      Arteries and veins found on the region of the orbit.
    3. Nerves of the orbit
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      Nerves found on the region of the orbit.
    4. Eyeball
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      Structure of the eyeball seen on a transverse section.
    5. Eyelids and tunica conjunctiva
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      Sagittal section of the orbital cavity and the eyeball
    6. Lens and corpus ciliare - posterior view
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      A posterior view of the lens
    7. Blood vessels of the eyeball
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      Arteries and veins of the eye.
    8. Orbit and contents
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      [161 questions] - Clinical anatomy, topography, functions and more details related to the orbit and contents.
  5. Nasal region
    Nasal region
    The nasal region is comprised of two main structures: nose, which defines the center of the face; and nasal cavity, a large air-filled space above and behind ... More.
    1. Lateral wall of nasal cavity
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      Bones, cartilages and mucosa with focus on the lateral wall.
    2. Medial wall of nasal cavity
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      Bones, cartilages and mucosa of the medial wall of the nasal cavity.
    3. Blood vessels of the nasal cavity
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      Arteries and veins of the nasal cavity.
    4. Nerves of the nasal cavity
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      Nerves found and responsible for innervating the nasal cavity.
    5. Nasal region
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      [170 questions] - Clinical anatomy, topography, functions and more details related to the structures found in the nasal region.
  6. Ear
    Ear
    The ear is an organ situated bilaterally on the Human head. It is the motherboard for somatic balance and hearing. It can be divided into the outer, middle an... More.
    1. Outer ear and auditory tube
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      Overview of the structures of the outer ear and auditory tube.
    2. Labyrinth
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      Overview of the bony and membranous structures of the labyrinth.
    3. Ear
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      [100 questions] - Clinical anatomy, topography, functions and more details related to the structures found in the ear.
  7. Teeth
    Teeth
    The teeth are anatomical structures that can be found in the oral cavity in both the upper and lower jaws. More.
    1. Anatomy of the tooth
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      Structure of the tooth seen in crossection.
    2. Overview of the teeth
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      Overview of all the maxillary and mandibular teeth.
    3. Teeth
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      [100 questions] - Clinical anatomy, topography, functions and more details related to the teeth.
  8. Oral Cavity
    Oral Cavity
    The oral cavity is an important internal area of the head and it is the first part of the digestive system. It also plays a significant role in the communicat... More.
    1. Overview of the oral cavity
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      The oral cavity is the first part of the digestive system.
    2. Structure of the tongue
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      Overview of the structure of the tongue seen from cranial view of the dorsum.
    3. Muscles of the tongue
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      Overview of the intrinsic and extrinsic muscles of the tongue.
    4. Neurovasculature of the tongue
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      Arteries, veins and nerves of the tongue.
    5. Lingual papillae
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      Sectional block diagram showing the different lingual papillae.
  9. Pharynx
    Pharynx
    The pharynx is a muscular column that runs between the oral cavity and the esophagus. Every pharyngeal structure, including muscles and vessels, will be seen ... More.
    1. Muscles of the pharynx
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      Overview of the muscles of the pharynx and related structures.
    2. Pharyngeal mucosa
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      Pharyngeal mucosa and related structures.
    3. Blood vessels of the pharynx
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      Arteries and veins of the parapharyngeal space.
    4. Nerves of the pharynx
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      Nerves of the parapharyngeal space.
    5. Pharynx
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      [80 questions] - Clinical anatomy, topography, functions and more details related to the pharynx.
  10. Neurovasculature of head & neck
    Neurovasculature of head & neck
    The head and neck are comprised of many structures that are supplied and innervated by arteries, veins and nerves found in this region of the body. More.
    1. Cervical plexus
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      Structure of the cervical plexus, including the cutaneous and muscular branches.
    2. Neurovasculature of head and neck
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      [80 questions] - Clinical anatomy, topography, functions and more details related to the neurovasculature of the head and neck.
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