Tag: Anatomy

Systems of the Human Body 1 – Moving and Controlling the Body: Skeletal System

Systems of the Human Body 1 – Moving and Controlling the Body: Skeletal System

Most bones in the body begin as softer cartilage molds that grow and are slowly replaced by bone tissue rich in calcium that makes the tissue stronger and more rigid. Our bony skeleton and overall body size grows under the control of growth hormone, released by our pituitary gland, most rapidly during adolescence and late …

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Ovarian Cancer

Ovarian Cancer

The ovaries are the female reproductive glands. They consist of three types of cells: epithelial, germ, and stromal. When the cells in the ovaries grow abnormally, they develop into tumors that can be noncancerous or cancerous. If cancerous tumors are not detected early, the cancer cells can spread from the ovaries throughout the pelvic region …

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Observation and Posture Analysis

Observation and Posture Analysis

In this video I’m going to talk about observation and posture analysis. Observation is the first step of your physical assessment. During observation you’re trying to see if you can find any structural abnormalities that you can link to your patient’s complaints. In order to conduct a good observation, I have to be able to …

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STOP DOING PUSH UPS WRONG! (You Are Destroying Your Shoulder!)

STOP DOING PUSH UPS WRONG! (You Are Destroying Your Shoulder!)

So fuck this, okay? Fuck wide pushups and don’t do them. You don’t want to get a socalled Impingement Syndrome. Hey everyone, Manuel here from Tykato Fitness. Today, I’m going to show you why very wide pushups, like this, are bad, and irreversibly damage your shoulder; and why you should never be doing them again, …

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How to Draw Legs – The Quad Muscles

How to Draw Legs – The Quad Muscles

Hey, I’m Stan Prokopenko. Welcome to Proko. This lesson stars one of the coolest and most powerful areas of the human body. The front of the leg. It has some of the biggest muscles we’ve got, going by sheer weight and size. So dynamic! So powerful! So confusing! The asymmetry can throw off a rookie, …

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How to Study Anatomy with Palpation | Corporis

How to Study Anatomy with Palpation | Corporis

If you’re a student of anatomy, you have possibly the best advantage of any scientific field. You literally cannot separate yourself from the best study tool of all time: your own body. So one technique that you’ll always be able to use, whether it’s studying, during the test, or in the clinical setting is palpation, …

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Shoulder Arthritis Narrated Animation.

Shoulder Arthritis Narrated Animation.

The main joint of the shoulder is the joint between the head of the humerus – the upper arm bone, and the glenoid cavity of the scapula -the shoulder blade. This is a ball-and-socket type of joint. Shoulder arthritis refers to loss of cartilage on the surface of the humeral head and the glenoid of …

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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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