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Deep Femoral Artery

Deep femoral artery aka Arteria profunda femoris in the latin terminology and part of arteries, veins and nerves of the hip and thigh.

Facial Anatomy, Head Anatomy, Hair Reference, Anatomy Reference, Human Head, Human Body, Facial Rejuvenation, Character Modeling, Drawing Practice, Sculpture, Drawings

Facial Muscles and anatomy--- working on cadavers to study this was just amazing. Thankful to those who donate their body to science. I know I could never do it!

Facial Muscles and anatomy--- working on cadavers to study this was just amazing. Thankful to those who donate their body to science.

Nicolas Henri Jacob - Illustration for Traité complet de l’anatomie de l’homme comprenant la médecine opératoire (1831-1854) by Jean-Baptiste Marc Bourgery  Lymphatic vessels and lymph nodes of the neck and thorax.

☞ MD ☆☆☆ Nicolas Henri Jacob - Illustration for Trait complet de lanatomie de lhomme comprenant la mdecine opratoire by Jean-Baptiste Marc Bourgery Lymphatic vessels and lymph nodes of the neck and thorax.

Manual Therapy for Tensor Fasciae Latae | Basic Clinical Massage Therapy

Manual Therapy for Tensor Fasciae Latae

Képtalálat a következőre: „saddle back hip joint”

Képtalálat a következőre: „saddle back hip joint”

Brachial Plexus Injury Australia | BPI image

The Brachial Plexus Injury Australia website is a source of information and support for people with Brachial Plexus Injuries (Erb's Palsy)

Continuing to assume an anterior tilt on one side we will almost always want to bring length into the front of the hip and lengthen the hip flexors. This can be anything from a simple lunge to a supta virasana. Feel free to use any other postures that you know put length into these tissues. If the gluteals and lower back are involved then make sure the student isn’t over tightening their buttocks in their up dog or other back bending...

Continuing to assume an anterior tilt on one side we will almost always want to bring length into the front of the hip and lengthen the hip flexors. This can be anything from a simple lunge to a supta virasana. Feel free to use any other postures that you know put length into these tissues. If the gluteals and lower back are involved then make sure the student isn’t over tightening their buttocks in their up dog or other back bending...

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Nerves Images - Anatomy & Physiology 2203 with Jorgenson at University of Missouri- Columbia - StudyBlue