Dissection: Posterior Shoulder
The following video will walk you through the six steps to dissecting the posterior shoulder.
There is a dissection assistance pdf file that you can use to assist you in your lab preparation.
Category: Human Dissection Labs, Human Dissection Labs, Pre-Clinical, Pre-Medical, Regional Anatomy, Upper Limb, Upper Limb, Upper Limb Tags: acromioclavicular joint, acromion, axillary nerve, clavicle, deltoid, dissection, edge of scapula, humerus, infraspinatus tendon, posterior shoulder, scapula, scapular spine, shoulder, subacromial bursa, supraspinatus tendon, teres major, teres minor, teres minor tendon, upper limb
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