How To: Grasp the human thoracoabdominal wall muscular system

Grasp the human thoracoabdominal wall muscular system

Check out these video tutorials on the science of the human thoracoabdominal wall muscular system. These eductional videos will show you all you need to know about the thoracoabdominal wall, whether you're a physiologist, biologist, a medical student, or just a fan of science and human anatomy.

You'll see the deltoid and pectoral muscle, the nipple, the lotissimus dorsi, serratus anterior, rectus abdominis, rectus sheath iliac crest, inguinal ligament, pectoralis major, linea alba, umbilicus, inguinal canal, the external abdominal oblique, and much, much more.

This is very informative for medical students in need of anatomy instructional videos.

(1) Part 1 of 10 - How to Grasp the human thoracoabdominal wall muscular system, (2) Part 2 of 10 - How to Grasp the human thoracoabdominal wall muscular system, (3) Part 3 of 10 - How to Grasp the human thoracoabdominal wall muscular system, (4) Part 4 of 10 - How to Grasp the human thoracoabdominal wall muscular system, (5) Part 5 of 10 - How to Grasp the human thoracoabdominal wall muscular system, (6) Part 6 of 10 - How to Grasp the human thoracoabdominal wall muscular system, (7) Part 7 of 10 - How to Grasp the human thoracoabdominal wall muscular system, (8) Part 8 of 10 - How to Grasp the human thoracoabdominal wall muscular system, (9) Part 9 of 10 - How to Grasp the human thoracoabdominal wall muscular system, (10) Part 10 of 10 - How to Grasp the human thoracoabdominal wall muscular system

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Thanks a lot..very informative, this is what am looking... its helped me understanding lot of things.. Please put videos for pulmonary system also if possible. Thanks once again..ur doing a great job!!

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