Tag: Anatomy

TMJ and Myofascial Pain Syndrome, Animation.

TMJ and Myofascial Pain Syndrome, Animation.

The temporomandibular joint – the TMJ – is the joint between the lower jawbone – the mandible – and the temporal bone of the skull. The TMJ is responsible for jaw movement and enables chewing, talking and yawning. Temporomandibular disorders, or TMD, refer to a group of conditions characterized by pain in the jaw area …

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Action Potential in the Neuron

Action Potential in the Neuron

PROFESSOR: This is a neuron, which has four main parts. The dendrites receive information. The cell body processes and integrates that information. The axon carries the information along long distances from one part of the neuron to another. And the axon terminal transmits the information to the next cell in the chain. A bundle of …

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Simersong #7 Wonder in Me (The Muscle Contraction Song)

Simersong #7 Wonder in Me (The Muscle Contraction Song)

We write devices mnemonic, so the professors won’t think you’re moronic. Learn Simersongs, and you’ll do us proud, singing tunes while taking tests, but not out loud! The “pair-a-docs” is back, and our mermaid here has a little dilemma. Yeah, I’m tired of swimming. I wanna dance! Ooo, you need skeletal muscles for that . …

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Easiest Way to Remember the Cranial Nerves: Ohh Ohh Ohh! | Corporis

Easiest Way to Remember the Cranial Nerves: Ohh Ohh Ohh! | Corporis

Some Say Marry Money But My Brother Says Big something Matters More… What was that last B…Big boots, no… big books… no. Big brains, that’s it. Get your head out of the gutter, todau we’re learning the cranial nerves. [intro] Welcome back to another anatomy video, my name is Patrick, and just like you I …

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