Cranial Nerves by janeblsee

Cranial Nerves- My dental hygiene school pneumonic to remember them:"On Old Olympus Towering Top a Fin and German View a Hop.

Anatomy and Physiology skeleton infographic...

SKELETAL ANATOMY Art Print

SKELETAL ANATOMY by Amy Kwan An informational poster displaying the hierarchy and organizational relationships with typography. In this case, type serves as both image and information on the skeletal anatomy.makes me think of xray school

Muscles of the hip

Home Massagers. Advice To Make Massage Exceptional Every Single Day. Learning how to give a massage is not so hard. You can learn massage therapy at school, or you can learn some information from this article and start givin

Radiographic Anatomy - Foot Oblique

Very interesting to look at if you've had foot injuries! I know WAY too much about the foot already!

Urinary System Anatomy and Physiology - Nurseslabs

Urinary System Anatomy and Physiology

Acute Renal Failure (ARF) is the sudden loss of kidney function. It occurs when the kidneys stop working over a period of hours, days, or in some cases, weeks.

radial and axillary nerves muscular and cutaneous innervation

Best website to study peripheral innervation! radial and axillary nerves muscular and cutaneous innervation

Instant Anatomy - Upper Limb - Nerves - Skin - Specific - Brachial plexus

Instant anatomy is a specialised web site for you to learn all about human anatomy of the body with diagrams, podcasts and revision questions

INSIDE THE SKULL, housed are these areas: anterior fossa, middle fossa, and posterior fossa. The posterior fossa contains the brainstem, cerebellum, and cranial nerves IV-XII. The posterior fossa (orange color) is formed by the occipital bone, which has a large hole (foramen magnum) for passage of the spinal cord.

The posterior fossa (orange color) is formed by the occipital bone, which has a large hole (foramen magnum) for passage of the spinal cord.

Aorta & branches #OR #anatomy #surgicaltech

Anatomy/Physiology Chart: Aorta and aortic branches, liver, kidneys, stomach, and a few other organs that serve as anatomical accessories in this illustration.


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