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Thorax

  1. Female breast
    Female breast
    The breasts are paired milk-producing organs found in the upper ventral sides of the torso. They contain the mammary glands which secrete milk used to feed in... More.
    1. Female breast structure
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      Structures of the female breast seen on a sagittal section and anterolateral view.
    2. Blood vessels of female breast
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      Arteries and veins of the female breast.
    3. Lymphatics of the female breast
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      Lymph vessels and nodes of the female breast.
    4. Female breast
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      [60 questions] - Clinical anatomy, topography, functions and more details related to the female breast.
  2. Mediastinum
    Mediastinum
    The mediastinum is an area found in the midline of the thorax that is surrounded by the left and right pleural sacs. Many structures are found within the medi... More.
    1. Contents of the mediastinum
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      Contents of the mediastinum seen from the lateral views.
    2. Lymphatics of the mediastinum
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      Lymph nodes and vessels of the mediastinum and thoracic cavity.
    3. Mediastinum
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      [42 questions] - Clinical anatomy, topography, functions and more details related to the mediastinum.
  3. Esophagus
    Esophagus
    The esophagus is a long fibromuscular tube that connects the pharynx with the stomach. Here we will learn the many structures that pass alongside and supply t... More.
    1. Esophagus in situ
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      Esophagus in situ seen from the anterior view.
    2. Blood supply of the esophagus
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      Arteries and veins of the esophagus.
    3. Nerves of the esophagus
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      Autonomic innervation of the esophagus.
    4. Esophagus
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      [92 questions] - Clinical anatomy, topography, functions and more details related to the esophagus.
  4. Lungs
    Lungs
    The lungs are two organs found within the chest cavity that are essential to respiration. There are many important structures associated to these organs. More.
    1. Lungs in situ
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      Lungs in situ seen from the anterior view.
    2. Medial views of the lungs
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      Structures seen on the medial views of the right and left lungs.
    3. Lateral views of the lungs
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      Structures seen on the lateral views of the right and left lungs.
    4. Trachea and Bronchi
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      Structures of the trachea and the bronchi seen from the anterior and posterior views.
    5. Lymphatics of the lungs
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      Lymph nodes and vessels of the lungs.
    6. Lungs
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      Lungs [127 questions] - Clinical anatomy, topography, functions and more details related to the lungs.
  5. Heart
    Heart
    The heart is the organ responsible for pumping blood all over your body. It is a vital organ that has a complex structure made of cardiac tissue and embedded ... More.
    1. Heart in situ
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      Heart in situ seen from the anterior view.
    2. Anterior view of the heart
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      Structures seen on the anterior view of the heart.
    3. Posteroinferior view of the heart
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      Structures seen on the posteroinferior view of the heart.
    4. Right atrium and ventricle
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      Structures of the right atrium and ventricle.
    5. Left atrium and ventricle
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      Structures of the left atrium and ventricle.
    6. Heart valves
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      Overview of the heart valves and related structures.
    7. Coronary arteries and cardiac veins
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      Overview of the main coronary arteries and cardiac veins.
    8. Nerves of the heart
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      Autonomic innervation of the heart seen on the anterior view of open thorax.
    9. Lymphatics of the heart
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      Lymphatic drainage of the heart.
    10. Heart
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      [352 questions] - Clinical anatomy, topography, functions and more details related to the heart.
  6. Diaphragm
    Diaphragm
    The diaphragm is a muscle that resides within the trunk and separates the thoracic and abdominal cavities. Many structures pass through it, including blood ve... More.
    1. Thoracic surface of the diaphragm
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      Structures seen on the thoracic surface of the diaphragm.
    2. Abdominal surface of the diaphragm
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      Structures seen on the abdominal surface of the diaphragm.
    3. Diaphragm
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      [40 questions] - Clinical anatomy, topography, functions and more details related to the diaphragm.
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