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Trunk Wall

  1. Vertebral column
    Vertebral column
    The vertebral column is a bony structure that provides the main support within the axial skeleton. It is further divided into sections which will be discussed... More.
    1. Thoracic and lumbar spines
      Bones and ligaments of the thoracic and lumbar spines.
    2. Cervical spine
      Bones and ligaments of the cervical spines.
    3. Sacrum and coccyx
      Bony structures and ligaments of the sacrum and coccyx.
    4. Craniovertebral ligaments
      Ligaments connecting the skull to the vertebrae.
    5. Veins of the Vertebral Column
      Overview of the veins of the vertebral column and the vertebral canal.
    6. Veins of the isolated vertebra
      Veins of the vertebra as seen from a superior view
    7. Vertebral column
      [80 questions] - Clinical anatomy, topography, functions and more details related to the structures found in the vertebral column.
  2. Dorsal trunk
    Dorsal trunk
    The dorsal trunk is a group structures, including bones and muscles, which define the back. Those structures comprise the dorsal walls of the abdomen and thorax. More.
    1. Bones of the dorsal trunk
      The most important bones and bony structures of the dorsal trunk.
    2. Costovertebral joints
      The joints between the ribs and the vertebrae.
    3. Neurovasculature of the dorsal trunk
      Arteries, veins and nerves of the dorsal trunk.
    4. Superficial muscles of the back
      Overview of the superficial muscles of the back.
    5. Superficial muscles of the back II
      Facts about the superficial muscles of the back.
    6. Intrinsic muscles of the back
      Overview of the intrinsic muscles of the back.
    7. Intrinsic muscles of the back: lateral tract
      Facts about the lateral tract of the intrinsic muscles of the back.
    8. Intrinsic muscles of the back: medial tract
      Facts about the medial tract of the intrinsic muscles of the back.
    9. Suboccipital muscles
      Origins, insertions, innervation and functions of the suboccipital muscles.
    10. Arteries and veins of the back - lateral view
      Blood vessels of the back from a lateral view
    11. Arteries and nerves of the back - superolateral view
      Main arteries and nerves of the back
    12. Dorsal trunk
      [132 questions] - Clinical anatomy, topography, functions and more details related to the structures found in the dorsal trunk.
  3. Ventral trunk
    Ventral trunk
    The ventral trunk is a group structures, including bones and muscles, which define the chest and belly, known in technical terms as the thorax and and abdomen. More.
    1. Bones of the ventral trunk
      The most important bones and bony structures of the ventral trunk.
    2. Sternum
      Bony elements of the sternum
    3. Ribs
      Main features of the ribs
    4. Clavicle
      Structure of the clavicle seen from anterior, inferior and superior views.
    5. Muscles of the ventral trunk
      Overview of the muscles of the ventral trunk.
    6. Muscles of the ventral trunk II
      Origins, insertions, innervation and functions of the muscles of the thorax and abdomen.
    7. Neurovasculature of the ventral trunk
      Arteries, vein and nerves of the ventral trunk.
    8. Inguinal canal
      Structure of the inguinal canal and femoral sheath.
    9. Ventral trunk
      [100 questions] - Clinical anatomy, topography, functions and more details related to the structures found in the ventral trunk.
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