Each program examines a specific region of the human body for review of human gross anatomy. The programs use models and prosected specimens to show anatomical structures, orientation, boundaries, and contents. Each program is from 12 – 18 minutes long. This video series was originally created by Laurence E. Wragg, Teaching Films Inc, and produced by A-V Corporation in 1967 – 1968 in Houston, TX.
The Anterolateral abdominal;
Anterior thigh and femoral triangle;
Duodenum, pancreas, and biliary system;
Female pelvic viscera;
The Gluteal region and hip joint;
The Knee joint;
Muscular of the anterior forearm;
Muscles of mastication and the infratemporal fossa;
Neck, part I: orientation, fascia, & superficial structures;
Neck, part II: visceral and neurovascular units;
Neck, part III: root and thoracic inlet;
The Palmar hand: part I;
The Palmar hand part II: intrinsic muscles;
Spinal cord and its relations;
The Thoracic mediastinum.
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