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Posts about Anatomy

Amazing Surgery To Repair CSF Leak

Amazing footage of an operation to repair a cerebrospinal fluid [CSF] leak. In some patients, the CSF may start leaking spontaneously. This type of leakage occurs into the ear or the sinuses. In this surgical video, you will see the repair of...

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Another great video on Pain

See also http://cranialintelligence.com/2012/03/21/great-pain-video-understanding-pain-in-less-than-5-minutes/I have just discovered the site http://saveyourself.ca It looks like it has loads of good stuff on and is the source for this video.

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Cells talk to cells via the soft tissue matrix

Cells (blue) moving through a matrix of fibres (green) http://www.zurichminds.com/videos/ruth_schwartlaender.html Click on the link, or the picture, to see a 7 min video 'Ruth Schwartländer: "Why Nano in Technology?"' Her talk describes how cells communicate with their environment by introducing forces into the surrounding...

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Gil Hedley Video: The "Fuzz" Speech

I have recently discovered Gil Hedley's videos, just fabulous. This video, 'The "Fuzz" Speech', will change your relationship to stretching forever. Check out the fuzzed up left scapula compared to the unfuzzy right scapula about half way through, and then try to...

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Great image of the cranial base

Above is a fresh dissection showing a superior view of the cranial base with the dural lining intact, tentorium removed. The image is taken from here. You can see the olfactory and optic nerves passing through the dura. Fabulous. How shiny is the fascia...

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Late Ossification of the Pelvis

The hip bone is ossified from eight centers: three primary—one each for the ilium,ischium, and pubis; and five secondary—one each for the crest of the ilium, the anterior inferior spine (said to occur more frequently in the male than in the female), the...

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Massive Ventricles

 From article in The Lancet 2007 titled 'Brain of a white-collar worker'  A 44 year old man presented to the doctor with a weakness in his leg. 'His neurological development and medical history were otherwise normal. He was a married father of...

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