1. Anatomy of the Heart
health, medicine, hospital, doctor, heart, atrium, apex, ventricle, articular appendix, superior vena cava, vein, artery, pulmonary, coronary, septum
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Lecture 23: Basic anatomy and functional organization of the brain
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Lecture 8: Anatomy. Labs are held this week and lab exam 1 will be given on Friday night.
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Lab 8: Anatomy.
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Lecture 8: Lab 7 - Anatomy.
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Lab 11: Anatomy
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Crayfish Dissection - Internal Anatomy
Identifies key features of the internal anatomy of a crayfish, using an actual dissected specimen. Would make a good pre-lab or post-lab review. The video uses lecture format (for background information) along with a lab demonstration. 9:46 min.
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Episode 99: Click on the Kidneys: Virtual organs in your medical future

Prof Peter Harris discusses the process of virtual modelling of human organs, and how it will lead to enhanced understanding of disease and its treatment. With science host Dr Shane Huntington.

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Anatomy of a meltdown The GFC Forum: Cause, effect and recovery
Few public events are significant enough to justify their own acronym. In even fewer instances are those acronyms readily understood worldwide. Clearly the global financial crisis, or GFC, is one such event. Much has been said and done about it already. But how accurate or effective has this been? Are fingers being fairly pointed? Can the cracks be repaired, or do we need a whole new system?
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Ant external anatomy
An ant's body is separated into three parts: the head, thorax, and gaster. The jaws help carry food and move objects around. The antennae allow ants to "smell" by detecting chemicals.
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Adult butterfly anatomy
The butterfly can fly around using its wings and sees where it is going through its eyes. The spiracles allow the butterfly to breathe and the legs are what it uses to walk or crawl around on. The antennae help the butterfly know where it is going. The proboscis is what the butterfly uses to drink nectar from flowers.
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Invertebrate Anatomy OnLine
This online laboratory manual features original anatomical descriptions of 112 species for use in invertebrate zoology teaching or research laboratories in North America. The collection was prepared over a period of many years to facilitate and encourage the study of invertebrate animals. It is a smorgasbord of species intended to provide a selection suitable for courses taught in most parts of North America. Many species, or their close relatives, also occur in other parts of the world, especia
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Episode 99: Click on the Kidneys: Virtual organs in your medical future

Prof Peter Harris discusses the process of virtual modelling of human organs, and how it will lead to enhanced understanding of disease and its treatment. With science host Dr Shane Huntington.

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Professor Peter Harris
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The functional anatomy of the uretero-vesical junction. A historical review.
This paper evaluates the progress of anatomy and dissection during the Middle Ages both in Europe and in the Muslim World. For that purpose, the functional anatomy of the ureterovesical junction and the mechanism of micturition were studied both in the works of Galen (130-200 AD) and in the works of 6 Islamic medical scholars who lived in the period from the ninth to the thirteenth centuries AD (Alrazi, Alzahrawi, Ibn Sina, Al-Baghdadi, Ibn El Nefis and Ibn El Quff). The study relied, only, on o
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8C. Anatomy of the Human Inguinal Area and Thigh
Science, medicine, skeleton, muscles, ligaments, femur, rectus femoris, arteries, veins, inferior gluteal artery, blood supply, linea aspera, hip joint, pubis, inferior ramus, ischium, hamstring, obturator nerve, adductor magnus, femoral artery, adductor
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8B. Anatomy of the Human Inguinal Area and Thigh
Science, medicine, biology, pubic tubercle, oblique, genitofemoral nerve, varicose veins, dorsal venous arch, calf, heel, foot, veins, blood supply, deep venous system, superficial venous system, fascia, femoral sheath, femoral artery, femoral vein, super
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