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This submission includes two files:(1) A 10 minute video tutorial (2) An instructor’s guide including a structures list and post-video questionsVIDEO: This ten-minute video provides a tutorial on how to dissect the neck of a cadaver. With the skin reflected, the anatomy of neck is identifiable. Structures viewed include the...
This submission includes two files:(1) A 10 minute video tutorial (2) An instructor’s guide including a structures list and post-video questions
VIDEO: This ten-minute video provides a tutorial on how to dissect the neck of a cadaver. With the skin reflected, the anatomy of neck is identifiable. Structures viewed include the platysma, sternocleidomastoid muscle, external jugular vein, omohyoid muscle and the other strap muscles. Deeper, we identify the carotid sheath, ansa cervicalis, common carotid artery, internal jugular vein, vagus nerve, submandibular gland, internal and external carotid artery, anterior scalene muscle, phrenic nerve, brachial plexus, thyroid gland, thyroid cartilage, cricoid cartilage, and trachea.
College General Ed,
College Lower Division,
College Upper Division,
Not specified at this time
Technical Requirements: Faculty members who show this video during class will need the appropriate software to view mp4 videos. If faculty assign students to view the video before class and post this in their course management system, the students will need the appropriate software as well. This type of software can be downloaded for free. No faculty preparation is necessary, besides ensuring the appropriate software to view the video is available.