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1

Identify each muscle and its innervation

2

Identify each structure and its innervation

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Identify each structure and its innervation

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Identify each structure and also innervation

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Identify structures in the middle of image

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From Right to left identify: 

Dura Mater

Subdural Space (potential)

Arachnoid Mater

Subararchnoid Space

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Identify: 

Trunk of spinal Nerve

Dorsal Root Ganglion

Ventral Root

Dorsal Root

Dorsal rootlets

8

Identify Wherethe conus medularis is and the Filum terminale internum

9

Identify: 

The dorsal Horn, Ventral Horn, Vertebral body, and Lateral Horn

10

Identify: 

Grey Matter, White matter, and vertebral body

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Identify the structures in the image. 

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Identify: 

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Identify: 

14

Find the difference between T1 vs T2. Sagittal MRI

On T1 it would show tissues with high fat content (such as white matter) appear bright and compartments filled with water like CSF appears Dark. This is the most used for demonstrating anatomy. 

T2 is most used to see brain parenchymal abnormalities, such as MS lesions, while the CSF appears White. 

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Identify: 

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Identify: 

Z-joints (facets Joints)

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Identify:

1. Body of vertebra.

2. Z-joints

3. Spinous Process

4. Intervertebral foramina

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Identify: 

1. Spinal cord

2. Conus medullaris

3. Cauda equina

4. Subarachnoid space and CSf

5. Sacral canal

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Identify: 

1. Body of L5

2. IV disk

3. Cauda equina

4. Ligamentum flavum

5. Sacrum

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Identify

1. Vertebral canal

2. Cauda Equine

3. IV-foramina

4. Erector Spinae

5. Psoas Major

7.     Z- Joints

6. Spinous Process

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Identify: 

1. IV foramina

2. Spinal nerve (with medullary vessels)

3. Dural sack with cauda equina

4. Sacrum

5. L5

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Identify

1. Neural arch of axis

2. Superior articular process

3. z-joint

4. Spinous Process

5. Transverse process

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Identify: 

1. L5 vertebra (body)

2. Scarum (ala)

3. Anterior sacral foramen

4. Sacroiliac joint

5. Sacrococcygeal joint

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Identify: 

1. Z-joints and superior articular process

2. Condyle of occipital bone

25

Name the muscles which you see in this image?

Trapezius

Latissmus dorsi. 

 

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What is the main function of the Trapezius?

Elevates the scapula, depresses scapula, retracts the scapula, rotates the scapula 

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Why are there so many actions possible? 

Because of the different directions of its fibers. 

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Which nerve suppplies the Latissimus Dorsi? 

Thoracodorsal Nerve

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What is the function of the Latissimus Dorsi? 

Extend, adducts and medially rotate the humerus. 

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Which Nerve is shown in the picture? 

Accessory nerve