"Sam & his team give a very polished experience, they clearly know their anatomy which allows them to be very informative and are able to engage an audience"
Talent Bank, Swansea University Medical School
AFTER 6 SELL OUT EXPERIENCES AT NEWCASTLE UNIVERSITY, WE'RE BACK!
DUE TO GOVERNMENT GUIDELINES, WE CAN'T BE WITH YOU IN PERSON THIS TIME SO INSTEAD YOU CAN JOIN US VIRTUALLY.
PART 1 | 25th November 2020 on MEDICPLAYER
PART 2 | 15th December 2020 on MEDICPLAYER
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The cranial cavity is opened to reveal the inner structures of the head including the cranium regions, meaning membranes (dura/arachnoid/pia) crista galli and various foramen.
The nasal cavity and neck area is explored to examine the pharynx, larynx and trachea along with the fascia and compartments of the neck, the cranial nerves including the facial nerve/mastoid process
The thoracic cavity is opened to reveal the mediastinum and pleural cavities along with the ribcage and sternum.
The heart is isolated and removed to examine the greater blood vessels comparing the structure of the veins and arteries, the chambers, valves and electrical conduction system of the heart are demonstrated
The lungs and pleural (visceral/parietal) membranes are removed along with the trachea and the diaphragm, the structures crucial for gaseous exchange are demonstrated along with the wider structures that assist with ventilation.
The vertebral cavity is opened and the spinal cord removed to observe the vertebral bodies along with the spinal cord.
The abdominal-pelvic cavity is opened and the digestive tract is removed to examine the structure and function of the stomach, liver & gall bladder, pancreas, duodenum, jejunum, ilium, colon, rectum and anus along with the greater and lesser omentum and peritoneum.
All of our presenters are medics and clinical anatomists who undertake dozens of cadaveric dissections every year!
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