Part 1 - Dissection of the Thorax Part 2 - Dissection of the Abdomen
Part 3 - Dissection of the Perineum Pelvis Part 4 - Dissection of the Lower Limb
Part 5 - Dissection of the Back Part 6 - Dissection of the Upper Limb


Part I. Dissection of the Thorax.

A. Locate the following Muscles ( 121 )

Pectoralis Major

Pectoralis Minor

Inter Intercostals

External Intercostals

Transverse Thoracis

Scalenus Anterior

Sternohyoid

Sternothyroid

Serratus Anterior

Sternocleidomastoid


B. List Insertion and Origin of each

Muscle
Origin
Insertion


C. Locate the following blood vessels of the thorax

Vessel Area drained or supplied

Superior Vena Cava

Inferior Vena Cava

Intercostal Veins

Azygos Vein

Aorta

Brachiocephalic

Left Common Carotid

Left Subclavian

Jugular Vein

Subclavian Vein

Internal Thoracic Vein

Internal Thoracic artery


D. Locate the following Nerves of the thorax.


Vagus

Phrenic

Brachial Plexus

Inrtercostal

Thoracic

Sympathetic Trunk

Splanchnic ( visceral branch )


E. Pulmonary Anatomy

Trachea

Carina

Bronchus

Plueral Cavity

Pulmonary artery

Pulmonary Veins

Right Lung : Apex, Upper lobe, Middle lobe, Lower lobe

Left Lung : Apex, Cardiac notch, Lobes (upper, lower )


F. Associated Structures :

Thoracic Lymphatic Duct

Diaphragm

Thoracic Vertebrae

Ribs

Clavicle

G. Heart Anatomy :

Right atria

Left atria

Right ventricle

Left ventricle

Tricuspid valve

Bicuspid (mitral ) valve

Pulmonic valve

Aortic valve

Cordae tindenae

Papillary Muscles

Fibrous pericardium

Visceral pericardium

Trabeculae carneae



Part 1 - Dissection of the Thorax | Part 2 - Dissection of the Abdomen | Part 3 - Dissection of the Perineum Pelvis |
Part 4 - Dissection of the Lower Limb | Part 5 - Dissection of the Back | Part 6 - Dissection of the Upper Limb


Part 2. Dissection of the Abdomen


A. Identify the following muscles

Rectus abdominus

External Oblique

Transversus

Internal Oblique

Aponeurosis of the External Oblique

Inguinal ring

Linea alba

Cremaster ( transversus and internal oblique )

Psoas


B. List the origin and insertion of each

Muscle
Origin
Insertion


C. Vascular anatomy

Identify the Following

Aorta

Celiac artery

Splenic artery ( runs tortuously to the left)

Hepatic artery ( runs to the right and bifurcates )

Gastric artery ( arches upward from celiac )

Superior mesenteric

Renal artery and vein

Adrenal artery and vein

Inferior mesenteric artery and vein

Iliac artery and vein

Hepatic portal vein

List each blood vessel and describe area supplied or drained

Vessel
Area supplied or Drained


D. Digestive Anatomy

Locate the following Structures


Esophagus

( cardiac,thoracic,abdominal )


Stomach

cardiac orifice

incisura cardiaca ( notch at fundus and esophagus )

incisura agularis ( notch at body and pyloric part )

greater curvature

lesser curvature

fundus

body

pyloric antrum

pyloric canal

pyloric orifice


Duodenum

superior

descending

transverse

ascending


Duodenal - jejunal Flexure


Jejunum


Ilieum


Ilieo Caecal Valve


Large Intestine

caecum

ascending colon

right colic flexure

transverse

left colic flexure

descending

sigmoid

rectum

anal canal

rectum


Liver

gall bladder

hepatic duct

cystic duct

bile duct


Pancreas

head

body

tail

ducts


Spleen ( note arteries and veins)

kidney

ureter

bladder

urethra



Part 1 - Dissection of the Thorax | Part 2 - Dissection of the Abdomen | Part 3 - Dissection of the Perineum Pelvis |
Part 4 - Dissection of the Lower Limb | Part 5 - Dissection of the Back | Part 6 - Dissection of the Upper Limb


Part 3. Dissection of the perineum and pelvis


A. Identify the following

Rectum


Vagina


Bladder


Femoral Ring


Obturator Nerve ( L2,L3,L4 )


Uterine Tube


Ovary


Uterus


Labium minus


Labium majus


Nerves ( L5,S1,S2 )


Male Pelvis


Penis


Testis


Spermatic Cord


Vas Defrens


Dartos Muscle


Cremaster Muscle




Part 1 - Dissection of the Thorax | Part 2 - Dissection of the Abdomen | Part 3 - Dissection of the Perineum Pelvis |
Part 4 - Dissection of the Lower Limb | Part 5 - Dissection of the Back | Part 6 - Dissection of the Upper Limb


Part 4. Dissection of the Lower Limb

A. Identify the following

Muscle Origin Insertion

Psoas Major


Psoas Minor


Gluteus Maximus


Gluteus Medius


Tensor Faciae Latae


Sartorius


Rectus Femoris


Vastus Lateralis


Vastus Medial


Vastus Lateralis


Gracilis


Adductor Longus


Adductor Brevis


Adductor Magnus


Biceps Femoris


Semitendinosus


Semimembraneous


Gastrocnemius


Soleus


Insertion


B. Identify the following nerves


L4,L5,S1,S2,S3 ( sciatic )


Femoral


Obturator


C. Identify the following arteries and veins

Arteries :Anastomotic Vein

Internal iliac

External iliac

Femoral

Descending genicular

Popliteal

Anterior tibial

Posterior tibial

Veins :

Great saphenous

femoral

Iliac

Venae comitantes

Anastomotic vein

Areas Supplied/Drained


Part 1 - Dissection of the Thorax | Part 2 - Dissection of the Abdomen | Part 3 - Dissection of the Perineum Pelvis |
Part 4 - Dissection of the Lower Limb | Part 5 - Dissection of the Back | Part 6 - Dissection of the Upper Limb


Part 5. Dissection of the Back


A. Identify the following muscles
Muscle Origin Insertion


Trapezius

Rhomboideus

Levator Scapulae

Latissimus Dorsi

Deltoid

Splenius

Lumbar Fascia

Erector Spinae


B. Identify the following arteries and veins


Arteries:

Occipital

Deep cervical


Veins :

Occipital

Deep cervical


Nerves :

C1,C2,C3,C4,C5,

Occipital



Part 1 - Dissection of the Thorax | Part 2 - Dissection of the Abdomen | Part 3 - Dissection of the Perineum Pelvis |
Part 4 - Dissection of the Lower Limb | Part 5 - Dissection of the Back | Part 6 - Dissection of the Upper Limb


Part 6. Dissection of the upper limb


Identify the following muscles:

Muscle Origin Insertion


Deltoid

Teres Major

Teres Minor

Biceps Brachii

Coraco - brachialis

Triceps

Pronator Teres

Flexor Carpi Radialis


B. Arteries and Veins


Arteries : Area Supplied


Subclavian

Axillary

Brachial

Ulnar

Radial

Anastomoses


Veins : Area Drained


Subclavian

Cephalic

Basilic

Median Cubital

Anastomotic Veins


C. Identify the following nerves


C1,


C2,


C3,


C4,


C5,


C6,


C7,


C8,


T1


Brachial Plexus ( radial, ulnar, musculo-cutaneous )


Neuro Anatomy Lab Sheet


Brain:

  1. Frontal lobe
  2. Temporal lobe
  3. Occipital lobe
  4. Temporal lobe
  5. Central sulcus ( Rolando )
  6. Motor strip
  7. Sensory area
  8. Brocas area
  9. Corpus callosum
  10. Lateral ventricles
  11. Third ventricle
  12. Fourth ventricle
  13. Cerebellum
  14. Septum pellucidum
  15. Fornix
  16. Thalamus
  17. Hypothalamus
  18. Pituitary gland
  19. Cerebral aqueduct
  20. Choriod plexus
  21. Meninges
  22. Pons
  23. Medulla oblongata
  24. Optic chiasma
  25. Olfactory bulb
  26. Superior / Inferior colliquli
  27. Insula
  28. Basal ganglia
  29. Pre central gyri
  30. tempro / parietal fissure
  31. Frontal / Parietal fissure
  32. Interneueron
  33. Pia matter


    Eye:

  1. extrinsic muscle
  2. lens
  3. cornea
  4. sclera
  5. choriod coat
  6. retina
  7. optic nerve
  8. conjunctiva
  9. lens
  10. iris
  11. ciliary body
  12. suspensory lig.
  13. anterior chamber
  14. posterior chamber
  15. aqueous humor
  16. vitreous humor


    Spinal cord :

  1. Gray matter
  2. White matter
  3. Spinal nerve
  4. Dorsal root
  5. Ventral root
  6. Dorsal root ganglia
  7. Lateral horn
  8. Dorsal horn
  9. Ventral horn
  10. Central canal
  11. Ventral fissure
  12. Dorsal fissure
  13. Afferent neuron
  14. Efferent neuron



Part 1 - Dissection of the Thorax | Part 2 - Dissection of the Abdomen | Part 3 - Dissection of the Perineum Pelvis |
Part 4 - Dissection of the Lower Limb | Part 5 - Dissection of the Back | Part 6 - Dissection of the Upper Limb


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