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SciencePhotoLibrary 6m
Debris on the surface of a bristle from a toothbrush.ย  Seen here are mucous, epithelial cells (pink), plaque (yellow) and bacteria (green).ย  Scanning electron micrograph (SEM) Credit: Eye Of Science/SPL
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Andrew Dixon Jul 26
My neck anatomy lecture is the current free featured video on . It focuses on deep neck spaces and has a few labeled quizzes to keep you interested ๐Ÿ˜œ WATCH:
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Thea Knowles Jul 30
Just found out Netter's Atlas of Anatomy for Speech, Swallowing, and Hearing has a FREE online companion (i.e., students don't even need to buy the book!) that includes quizzes and lots of labelling exercises.
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I Heart Histo Jul 30
๐Ÿฆ„ Unicorn Vagina ๐Ÿฆ„ A non-keratinized stratified squamous legend arising from the vaginal mucosa.
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Past Medical History Jul 30
Anatomy of the spinal column from Traitรฉ complet de l'anatomie de l'homme by J.M. Bourgery (1797-1849)
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Team OrthoBullets Aug 1
The inferior and superior gluteal nerves are designated as such based on their relationship to the piriformis muscle. Review more important concepts about the piriformis on the most recent episode of The Orthobullets Podcast.
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A Teen In A Midlife Crisis Jul 31
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Charlotte Vestrup Rift Aug 3
I found this forgotten book on my bookshelf. It is called 'Sundhed for alle' in Danish and was published in 1916 translated from the book 'The School of Health' by Alfred B. Olsen. It has some beautiful anatomical pop up charts ๐Ÿ™‚๐Ÿ“š
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Team OrthoBullets 4h
During the posterior hip approach, the most predictable course of the sciatic nerve is deep to the piriformis & superficial to the short external rotators exiting above the superior gemellus. Learn more about the sciatic nerve on the podcast.
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FrootyLoopz Jul 28
From this point on youโ€™re gonna see more traditional stuff because, and I say this with a heavy heart, but my dog mauled my Apple Pencil ;-;. I couldโ€™ve sworn I put it back in itโ€™s case, but it mustโ€™ve fell out. So I did some studies.
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PT flashcards Jul 27
TYPES OF STROKE: Ischemic stroke and Hemorrhagic stroke. โœจ References: Cuccurullo, Sara. Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Board Review. Demos, 2004.
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SciencePhotoLibrary Aug 2
Coloured 3D MRI brain scans of the head of a baby (left) and an adult, showing activity in language areas of the brain (blue) as they listen to speech.ย  Credit: Thierry Berrod
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v ๐Ÿณ๏ธโ€๐ŸŒˆ Aug 1
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SergeWorks 1h
A second part of the @sculptart_school online course I took not that long ago. As I mentioned before it was an amazing experience and I highly recommend it. First we finished the skull and then moved on to studying muscles, tendons and fats of the face.
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John Jul 31
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๐’›๐’‚๐’‰๐’“๐’‚ โ™กหŽหŠห— 24h
powerful artists out there.....how tf do u draw abs so perfectly.... ๐Ÿ˜ฉ๐Ÿคฒ this is such a struggle esp fit men wtf
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Learning Anatomy Jul 26
3D view of gray matter of spinal cord. Subscribe my YouTube in the link in Bio. Coming soon videos of spinal cord. Watch other videos already at channel.
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Dax Dan โœ๏ธ Aug 2
two drawings. had a phase where I'd only do stuff like this
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Matthew Buxbaum 13h
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FexKun Aug 1
Gonna start posting again, some studies from today.
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