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Gluteal-Pudendal Nerves-Vessels And Gluteal Paralysis Description-Sanjoy Sanyal

Gluteal-Pudendal Nerves-Vessels And Gluteal Paralysis Description-Sanjoy Sanyal

Educational Video created by Dr. Sanjoy Sanyal; Professor, Department Chair, Surgeon, Neuroscientist and Medical Informatician in the Western Hemisphere. It shows the surgical anatomy of the neurovascular structures in the Gluteal region and in the Pudendal canal in ischio-anal fossa. The specimen was harvested from a cadaver. It also describes the Trendelenburg Sign seen in Gluteus Medius palsy, Gluteus maximus palsy and Epiconus syndrome. With real-time narration and relevant captions, it enhances the learning experience by means of a tri-modal learning style approach - Visual, Auditory, Textual. Cameraperson was an enthusiastic MD 1 student, using my Samsung Galaxy S8 with 12 MP forward-viewing camera. She wishes you would like and subscribe to this channel. Hope you will not disappoint... Show More


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1 year ago
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