5.12 The extrauterine pregnancy 
5.12 The extrauterine pregnancy
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Date Added: April 8, 2017

Lecture Description

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Course Index

  1. 1.1 Introduction
  2. 1.2 Mapping the abdomen and pelvis
  3. 1.3 follow the food
  4. 1.4 anatomy on the table: follow the food
  5. 1.5 what do you see if you open the abdomen
  6. 1.6 Anatomy on the table: open the abdomen
  7. 1.7 Human anatomy 101
  8. 1.8 Working with the viewers
  9. 1.9 a tour of the abdomen and pelvis in the viewers
  10. 1.10 Summary of Mapping the abdomen
  11. 2.1 introduction
  12. 2.2 four layer model
  13. 2.3 Peristalsis and muscle layer orientation
  14. 2.4 Esophagus histology at a glance
  15. 2.5 Stomach histology in a nutshell
  16. 2.6 GI tract histology, some pointers
  17. 2.7 A slice of the gut at a glance
  18. 2.8 Introduction embryology
  19. 2.9 Folding of the embryo
  20. 2.10 Cavities
  21. 3.1 introduction
  22. 3.2 Histology, some practical pointers
  23. 3.3 A slice of pancreas at a glance
  24. 3.4 Liver histology at a glance
  25. 3.5 introduction
  26. 3.6 Gut roatation in the embryo
  27. 3.7 Animation
  28. 3.8 Exercise embryology I (no audio)
  29. 3.9 exercise embryology II (no audio)
  30. 3.10 exercise embryology III (no audio)
  31. 4.1 Introduction the peritoneum
  32. 4.2 Why bother about the peritoneum?
  33. 4.3 what makes understanding the peritoneum so difficult?
  34. 4.4 The relation of the peritoneum to the gut
  35. 4.5 Locations of the intestines in relation to the peritoneum
  36. 4.6 Anatomy on the table: the three locations of organs in relation to the peritoneum
  37. 4.7 Peritoneal terminology: introduction
  38. 4.8 Peritoneal development
  39. 4.9 Peritoneal development: step 0, model, introduction
  40. 4.10 Peritoneal development: step 1, model, rotation of stomach, doudenum, pancreas
  41. 4.11 Peritoneal development: step 2, model, rotation of the bowels
  42. 4.12 peritoneal development: step 3, model, development of the greater omentum
  43. 4.13 Anatomy on the table: peritoneal structures and relations, an overview
  44. 5.1 Protecting the internal organs
  45. 5.2 Introduction of the abdominal wall
  46. 5.3 General principles of the body wall
  47. 5.4 From body to abdominal wall
  48. 5.5 Structures of the abdominal wall
  49. 5.6 Anatomy on the table: demonstration of the superficial body wall
  50. 5.7 Anatomy on the table: demonstration on the deep body wall
  51. 5.8 the hidden importance of the pelvic floor
  52. 5.9 Urine and bowel continence
  53. 5.10 Gems of the pelvis
  54. 5.11 Overview female pelvis
  55. 5.12 The extrauterine pregnancy
  56. 5.13 How to use the UAH viewer (no audio)
  57. 5.14 Laparoscopy: normal pelvic organs (no audio)
  58. 5.15 laparoscopy: normal pelvic organs with explanation (no audio)
  59. 5.16 Laparoscopy: adnex extirpation 1 (no audio)
  60. 5.17 Laparoscopy: Adnex extirpation 1 with explanation (no audio)
  61. 5.18 Laparoscopy: Adnex extirpation 2 (no audio)
  62. 5.19 Laparoscopy: Adnex extirpation 2 with explanation (no audio)
  63. 6.1 Anatomy of pain
  64. 6.2 Organisation of the nervous system
  65. 6.3 Anatomy on the table: Innervation of the viscera - thorax
  66. 6.4 Anatomy on the table: innervation of the viscera - abdomen
  67. 6.5 Visceral stimuli
  68. 6.6 Types of abominal pain
  69. 6.7 Visceral pain
  70. 6.8 Referred pain
  71. 6.9 From theory to practise
  72. 6.10 Evaluating abdominal pain
  73. 6.11 Examining the abdomen

Course Description

In this anatomy course you will explore the organs involved in our food digestion and discover the common causes of abdominal and pelvic pain. The latest graphics and animations will help you to find new insights and understanding of this part of the body, that has been the focus of anatomical research for centuries and presently arouses renewed scientific interest. The course will be taught by Leiden's multidisciplinary team of anatomists.

Warning: Please keep in mind that some videos, tutorials and readers related to gross anatomy can be quite graphic in nature. The anatomy-on-the-table clips contain cadaveric footage, but no full body views.

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