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1.Superficial branches of cervical plexus.
2.Dissection of the right mammary gland.
3.Contents of axilla exposed by reflexion of pectoralis major and the fascia, and removal of fat and lymph nodes. Part of axillary vein has been removed to display the medial cutaneous nerve of forearm and ulnar nerve.
4.Lymph nodes and lymph vessels of axilla and mamma.
5.Dissection of axillary artery and its branches.
6.Dissection of lower part of posterior triangle of neck showing the
supraclavicular part of brachial plexus.
7.Dissection of superficial muscles and nerves of the back.
8.Superficial veins at bend of elbow in a specimen in which the
median vein was large.
9. Superficial lymph vessels and lymph nodes of front of upper limb.
10. Superficial lymph vessels of back of upper limb.
11. Superficial veins and nerves of front of upper limb.
12. Superficial veins and nerves of back of upper limb
13 Deltoid muscle and lateral aspect of arm.
14 Dissection of scapular region and back of arm to show the
axillary and radial nerves. The lateral head of triceps has
been divided and turned aside to expose the spiral groove on
the humerus for the radial nerve.
15. Anastomosing arteries around the scapula.
16. Dissection of left cubital fossa.
the fat has been removed and the bicipital aponeurosis cut
away with the rest of the deep fascia.
17. Dissection of back of shoulder and arm. The lateral head of
triceps has been divided and turned aside to expose the spiral
groove on the humerus for the radial nerve.
18. Dissection of superficial muscles, arteries, and nerves of
front of forearm. Part of the radial artery was removed to
show the muscles deep to it.
19 Deep dissection of muscles, and nerves of front of forearm.
the division of the brachial artery is slightly lower than
20. Deep dissection of front of forearm. The elbow is partially
flexed, the forearm semi-pronated. The superficial muscles
are cut short and turned aside. The deeper parts are still
further displayed by the separation of the flexor digitorum
superficialis from the flexor carpi ulnaris.
21. Superficial dissection of palm to show the palmar
aponeurosis. The deep fascia has been removed from the
thenar and hypothenar eminences.
22. Structures in palm displayed by removal of palmar
aponeurosis. In this specimen the radialis indicis and the
princeps pollicis arteries took origin from the superficial
23 Superficial dissection of back of forearm.
24. Deep dissection of back of forearm.
25 Dissection of right femoral triangle.
26 Dissection of adductor canal in the right thigh. A portion of
the sartorius has been removed.
27 Scheme of adductor group of muscles and obturator nerve.
28 Dissection of left gluteal region. Gluteus maximus and
gluteus medius have been removed, and quadratus femoris
has been reflected. In the specimen, the inferior gluteal
artery was medial to the internal pudendal instead of
lateral to it.
29 Left popliteal region after removal of the deep fascia-the
muscles and fat being left undisturbed.
30 Dissection of left popliteal fossa. The upper boundaries have
been pulled apart and the aponeurosis to which the two
heads of the gastrocnemius are attached has been split and
the heads separated. For deeper dissection.
31 Dissection of left popliteal fossa. The two heads of the
gastrocnemus and portions of the semimembranosus and
semitendinosus have been removed. For more superficial
32 Left popliteal artery and its branches.
33 Ddissection of gluteal region and back of thigh.
34 Synovial sheaths of dorsum of foot.
35 Dissection of front and lateral side of leg.
36 Dissection of dorsum of foot.
37 Dissection of showing synovial sheaths of tendons of lateral
aspect of foot.
38 Superficial dissection of leg viewed from posteromedial side,
showing veins and nerves. Note the numerous anastomoses
between the great and the small saphenous veins.
39. Superficial dissection of leg viewed from posterolateral side
showing veins and nerves. In the specimen there were
numerous large anastomosing channels between the small
and the great saphenous veins.
40. Deep dissection of back of leg.
41. Dissection of medial side of ankle, showing the relations of
the flexor retinaculum. (model no.-1)
dissection of leg and foot showing synovial sheaths.
42. Superficial dissection of sole of foot to show plantar
aponeurosis. The skin and superficial fascia, except the
superficial transverse ligament, have been removed, and the
fibrous flexor sheaths partially opened.
43. Superficial dissection of sole of foot. The plantar
aponeurosis has been revomed. The abductor digiti minimi and
the abductor hallucis have been pulled aside.
44. Dissection of sole of foot. Most of the flexor digitorum
brevis has been removed.
45. Deep dissection of sole of foot.
THORAX & ABDOMEN.
46. Inlet of thorax and is principle contents.
47. Right pleural chamber opened by removal of side wall of thorax.
48. Left pleural chamber opened by removal of side wall of torax.
49. Right side of Mediastinal Septum.
50. Dissection to show thymus in an Adult Female.
51. Dissection of Anterior Part of thorax.
52. Posterior aspect of Heart, with descending aorta, Trachea & bronchi and esophagus.
53. Sterno-Costal Surface of heart.
54. Dissection to show sterno-Costal Surface of heart in situ.
55. Sagittal section of heart and pericardium.
56. Pericardium and great vessels.
57. Base of ventricular part of a heart.
58. Anterior aspect of atrial part of a heart.
59. Right atrium.
60. Interior of right ventricle.
61. Section of heart showing interventricular and interatrial septa and the fibrous rings Around the orifices.
62. Heart and great vessels from behind.
63. Conducting system of a sheep's heart.
64. Dissection of root of neck showing the termination of horacic duct.
65. Dissection of left spermatic cord to show its constituents parts.
66. Dorsal surface of penis, showing the main blood vessels and nerves.
67. Deep inguinal ring femoral ring and obturator Canal, seen from inside the abdomen.
68. Coeliac artery and its branches.
69. Superior mesenteric artery and its branches.
70. Superior and inferior mesenteric arteries and their branches.
71. Dissection showing hepatic ducts and bile duct and their relations.
72. Inferior vena cava and its tributaries.
73. Muscle of female perineum.
74. Dissection to show public symphysics and dorsal vessels and nerves of penis.
75. Structure exposed in left half of a male pelvis.
76. Dissection of a female pelvis.
77. Dissection of bladder and prostate from the front.
78. Dissection of pelvis of a multiparous female.
79. Dissection of rectum from the front.
80. Dissection of rectum from behind.
81. Dissection of bladder and urethra from the front.
HEAD & SHOULDER.
82. Superficial branches of Cervicle Plexus.
83. Triangles of the neck seen from the side.
84. Superficial dissection of back of neck.
85. Dissection of ligamentum Nuchae and of the vertebral artery in the neck.
86. Dissection suboccipital region.
87. Arteries of face.
88. Nerves of face.
89. Dissection of head.
90. Side of head and triangles of neck.
91. Deep dissection of neck.
92. Dissection of front of neck.
93. Dissection of parotid, submandibular and sublingual glands.
94. Dissection of infratemporal fossa.
95. Mandibular nerve. The tongue has been separated and raised above the level of The body of the mandible.
96. Triangle of the neck seen from the side. In the digastric triangle note the anterior Belly of the digastric muscle and portions of the posterior belly stylohyoid and Submandibular Gland.
97. Deep Dissection of Infratemporal and submandibular regions.
98. Dissection to show the relations of the external carotid artery and the deep part of the Facial artery. The parotid gland and the posterior part of the ramus of the mandible and The muscles attached to it have been removed. The terminal branches of the facial Nerve have been cut and the terminal part left in.
99. Dissection of submandibular region.
100. Dissection of the anterior part of the neck. The right sterno mastoid has been removed.
101. Dissection of the thyroid gland and the parts in immediate relation to it.
102. Deep dissection of root of neck on the left side to show the cervicle pleura and the Relations of thoracic duct. The sterno mastoid and the infrahyoid muscles have been Removed.
103. Deep dissection of root of neck on the left side to show cervical pleura and the relations Of thoracic duct. Parts of the sterno mastoid and the sterno-thyroid have been Removed.
104. Dissection to show the structure under cover of sterno-mastoid.
105. Deep dissection of face and adjoining parts. (part-1)
107. Muscles of back of larynx.
108. Side view of muscles of larynx. The fibre passing backwards and upwards from the Upper border of the thyro-arytenoid muscle are the fibres of the thyro-epiglotticus.
109. Cronol section of larynx showing muscle.
110. Anterior aspect of cartilages and ligaments of larynx.
111. Profile view of cartilages and ligaments of larynx.
112. Posterior aspect of cartilages and ligaments of larynx.
113. Inferior surface of left cerebral hemisphere.
114. Supero lateral surface of left cerebral hemisphere.
115. Dissection to show lateral ventricules.
116. Dissection to show the posterior & inferior horns of lateral Ventricule of the left side.
117. Dissection to show tela choriodea of third ventricle and the parts in its vicinity. The Fornix has been divided and thrown backwards.