Qualifier 2: Review

The construction of this lesson is in progress, but you should be able to use the links that are in place to guide your study.

(At any time you can rotate the image or add or subtract structures. Clicking the link will always bring you back to a starting point. Remember to use rollovers to see the labels for the various structures. Also, by moving the axial plane to any point in the image on the right, you can see the cross-section on the lower left. Any coloration in the right image will be shown in the cross-sections.)

Three territories with three types of innervation

"Body wall" or "outer tube" have two subdivisions based on fascial planes

Posterior fascial compartment (homologues of ext. oblique, int oblique, transversus) - somatic (cervical plexus-include strap muscles, brachial plexus or dorsal rami-include vertebral muscles)

Link 2 Superficial - CN XI

"Visceral" or "inner tube"

Link 3 Special visceral motor (branchial) muscles, pharynx, larynx, thyroid, parathyroid - (Cranial nerves)

 

Anatomy of Central Lines

Link 4 relationship of internal jugular, carotid and sternocleidomastoid -- the vein is lateral to the artery

Link 5 inferiorly, the vein is closest to the muscle; anteriolateral to the artery.

 

Relations of the thyroid gland

Link 6 thyroid gland is deep to a layer of muscels

Link 7anatomy of trach tubes

Link 8

Link 9 nerves: sympathetic chain

Link 10 nerves: rotate symp chain

Link 11 nerves vagus

Link 12 recurrent laryngeal

Link 13 nerves superior laryngeal vs hypoglossal

 

Lingual vs hypoglossal

Link 14 lingual

Link 15 lingual

Link 16 lingual

Cranial vasculature

Link 17 venous sinuses

Link 18 circle of Willis