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List of medical education videos (Embedded in lectures ppt)

1

2:50

Why Open Education Matters

2

6:01

I JUST SUED THE SCHOOL SYSTEM !!!

3

1:17

Blood Brain Barrier

4

0:19

Cerebellum basic animation

5

0:43

Diencephalon, thalamus hypothalamus

6

1:03

Bypassing technique for blood brain barrier

7

0:52

Midbrain, pons medulla Introduction – basic animation

8

1:01

Neural tube development over 9 months- From tube to all foldings, size comparison to coin

9

2:11

Neuron or Nerve Cell basic animation

10

0:56

ANS cranial nerves | segments (CRANIOSACRAL, THORACOLUMBRAR) OF AUTONOMIC SYSTEMS involved

11

1:27

ANS SOMATIC AND AUTONOMIC COMPARISON OF NEURONS

12

2:49

ANS (AUTONOMIC NERVOUS SYSTEM) STARTING TO EXPLAIN

13

5:09

ANS NEUROTRANSMITTERS TYPES AND LOCATIONS ACCORDING TO TERMINATION OF PRE AND POST GANGLIONICS

14

5:25

sympathetic fiber termintion- 4 variety 4 diagrams= different modes of termination

15

0:47

painful and non painful visceral stimuli path via sympathetic and parasympathetics

16

1:05

fibers of autonomic innervation follows major blood vessels of organs

17

5:25

sympathetic innervation of skin, vasomotor, pseudomotor, pilomotor, and splanchnic innervation

18

0:39

Sympathetic innervation of adrenal medulla directly supplied itself acting as ganglionic mass

19

0:47

Sympathetic Nervous System painful and non painful stimuli

20

1:32

Introduction to nervous system, cerebrum

21

0:36

Lacteals absorption of fat and terminology ‘chyle’ explained

22

0:18

Peyer’s patches inner wall of small intestine lymphatic aggregates animation

23

0:40

skeletal muscles lymphatic valve formation from inner mucosal wall, function of valves

24

1:09

Spleen cross section for histological understanding of structures

25

0:38

Tonsil nasopharyngeal tonsils

26

0:56

Artery and vein, tissue fluid from between

27

2:06

very large pdf file shared in google drive, how to access and open for reading, needs full download

28

4:41

First on YouTube- cadaveric oath by medical students before dissection@anatomy Dissection hall

29

2:10

Gluteal Region and Posterior part of Thigh-cadaver dissection with description

30

1:41

Anterior Thigh and Anterior Leg- dissection of cadaver- human anatomy lab- 1st MBBS

31

0:57

Femoral Nerve and Dorsum of the Foot dissection of cadaver- human anatomy lab- 1st MBBS

32

0:56

Medial Compartment of the Thigh dissection of cadaver- human anatomy lab- 1st MBBS

33

2:35

Muscels of the Anterior and Medial Thigh dissection of cadaver- human anatomy lab- 1st MBBS

34

2:07

Femoral Artery and Branches dissection of cadaver- human anatomy lab- 1st MBBS

35

1:09

Histology slide’s microscope view recorded in mobile

36

0:28

Histology slide’s microscope view recorded in mobile -1

37

0:34

Medial side of Thigh — Explanation over anatomical models

38

1:15

Sciatic Nerve– Explanation over anatomical models

39

1:22

Nerves and Vessels of Anterior Thigh- Explanation over anatomical models

40

2:01

Anterior Thigh – Explanation over anatomical models

41

0:26

Muscles of Anterior and Medial Thigh — Explanation over anatomical models

42

0:54

Quadriceps Femoris – Explanation over anatomical models

43

1:01

Gluteal Region and Anterior Thigh – Explanation over anatomical models

44

0:44

Upper Part of Anterior Thigh – Explanation over anatomical models

45

0:16

Anterior and Medial Thigh – Explanation over anatomical models

46

0:38

Sacrotuberous and Sacrospinous Ligaments – Explanation over anatomical models

47

1:32

Structures Deep to Gluteus Maximus — Explanation over anatomical models

48

0:52

Nerves and Vessels of the Gluteal Region – Explanation over anatomical models

49

0:50

Gluteal Region — Explanation over anatomical models

50

0:36

Gluteal Muscles — Explanation over anatomical models

51

1:33

trochanteric | cruciate anastomosis, avascular necrosis of femur head~damage to retinacular artery

52

0:47

above piriformis and below piriformis spaces explained

53

0:47

action of gluteus maximus from semi sitting squatting to standing

54

0:55

action of gluteus medius and minimus

55

0:43

course of superior and inferior gluteal artery, and obturator artery

56

0:33

cunningham diagram, obturator externus and internus around membrane

57

1:19

cunningham old diagram, muscles

58

0:35

gluteal region two layers two groups=lateral rotator, abductor+extensors

59

0:41

gluteus maximus origin and insertion yellow line TFL insertion

60

0:39

gluteus medius and minimus drawn origin and insertion

61

0:39

gluteus medius and minimus with TFL, produces hip abduction, and stabilization of hip

62

1:53

innervation of gluteus maximus, medius, and minimus explained from plexus and course

63

0:36

location of sacrotuberous and sacrospinous ligaments

64

0:47

obturator internus origin and insertion, right angled bend explained

65

0:21

Piriformis muscle origin and insertion location

66

0:32

quadratus femoris muscle action

67

0:40

trendelenburg sign in superior gluteal nerve injury and pelvis drop of opposite side