Dissection: Posterior Triangles of the Neck
This Dissection Video will show you the major steps of accomplishing the dissection of the posterior triangle of the neck. There is also a dissection steps pdf file attached so you can print the worksheets and make any notes you wish to take to lab with you as a reminder of the steps.
Category: Head & Neck, Head & Neck, Head & Neck, Human Dissection Labs, Human Dissection Labs, Pre-Clinical, Pre-Medical, Regional Anatomy Tags: anterior scalene, Brachial Plexus, cervical plexus, cranial nerve, dissection, external jugular vein, lateral cervical region, levator scapulae muscle, middle scalene, neck, neck dissection, omohyoid muscle, phrenic nerve, posterior scalene, posterior triangle of the neck, roots of brachial plexus, scalene triangle, spinal accessory nerve, splenius muscle, subclavian artery, suprascapular artery, transverse cervical artery
Are dissection steps available?
This is something I am actively trying to finish for all of the dissections. They are available now as i just finished.