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226 X-ray of Normal Kidney Ureter Bladder (Female)Normal kidney, bladder, and ureter (KUB) of a young femaleAnatomyHEAL Reviewed Collection
227 X-ray of Normal Pelvis (Male)Normal anteroposterior (AP) radiograph of the male pelvisAnatomyHEAL Reviewed Collection
228 Cerebrospinal Fluid Learning ResourceCerebrospinal fluid (CSF) flow through the human nervous system is a difficult topic to present with static images during oral presentation and difficult for students to learn. The purpose of the current program is to simplify presentation and understanding of the CSF formation, location and flow. T...HEAL Reviewed Collection
229 The Clinical Anatomy of Type II SLAP LesionsObjectives: 1.To describe the clinical anatomy associated with Type II SLAP lesions. 2.To define and illustrate a Type II SLAP lesion using a cadaver specimen. 3.To review coomon mechanisms of injury that may lead to a SLAP II injury.Clinical Anatomy Type II Slap LesionsHEAL Peer Reviewed Collection
230 The Accommodation ReflexThis three minute video describes and animates the events taking place in the eye during accommodation. Narration describes the events. Three dimensional animation shows convergence of the eyes. The view changes to a cut-away view of the eye interior to show pupillary constriction and changes in the...Near Triad; Pupillary Constriction; Ciliary MuscleHEAL Reviewed Collection
231 ThrombogenesisMegakarocyte morphogenesis and platelet formation.ThrombogenesisHEAL Reviewed Collection
232 Resection and End ColostomyColon resection. End colostomy. Harmann's procedure.End Colostomy; Colon Resection; Hartmann's ProcedureRoyal College of Surgeons in Ireland Illustrations
233 Needle stickPicture of a needle stick in a plastic armVenipunctureHEAL Reviewed Collection
234 Equipment for venipunctureThis is an image of equipment for venipuncture.VenipunctureHEAL Reviewed Collection
235 Gastrointestinal Tract (Labeled)Gastrointestinal tract showing upper GI, ligament of Treitz, and lower GI.Upper GI; Upper Gastrointestinal Tract; Ligament of Treitz; Lower GI; Lower Gastrointestinal TractRoyal College of Surgeons in Ireland Illustrations
236 Resection and Primary Anastomosis of Sigmoid ColonMake private -- psd file. Colon resection. Primary anastomosis.Primary Anastomosis; ResectionRoyal College of Surgeons in Ireland Illustrations
237 Male Urogenital DiaphragmUrogenital diaphragm. Male.Ischiopubic Ramus; Perineal Membrane; Urogenital Diaphragm; Perineal Body; Penile Veins; Prostatic Venous PlexusRoyal College of Surgeons in Ireland Illustrations
238 Exposed Facial Nerve with Retracted Parotid Gland and Stylohyoid Muscle (Labeled)Exposed facial nerve with retracted parotid gland and stylohyoid muscle.Stylohyoid MuscleRoyal College of Surgeons in Ireland Illustrations
239 Ganglioneuroma of adrenal glandGross photograph showing firm white mass in adrenal medulla. Histology showed ganglioneuroma.HEAL Reviewed Collection
240 Basal cell carcinoma: excision removalThis person had a basal cell carcinoma, and the epidermis and dermis were excised. The danger area where the temporal branch of the facial nerve may lie and be quite close to the undersurface of the skin is shown by the straight lines drawn from ear to forehead. The surgeon should be careful to unde...Surgical MethodsKnowledge Weavers Dermatology
241 Gastrointestinal TractLow power view of a plica circularis of the jejunum; this is a fold of mucosa and submucosa. Many poorly preserved villi, evaginations of lamina propria and epithelium, can be seen protruding from the plica circularis. Invaginations of the epithelium into the lamina propria form intestinal glands ca...gastrointestinal tract; plica circularis; small intestineUCLA Histology
242 Brenner tumorSolid and partially cystic epithelial nests are surrounded by a stroma composed of bundles of tightly-packed spindle shaped cells. The epithelial cells are polygonal and of the squamoid type, with pale, eosinophilic cytoplasm and oval nuclei having distinct nuclei and longitudinal grooving, a coffee...Knowledge Weavers Human Reproduction
243 GoodmanThis is a picture of Dr. Goodman (of Goodman & Gillman fame). I once asked him how much you should know about a medication before using it, and he said,A lot! And you can quote me on that!Knowledge Weavers Dermatology
244 Fibrous DysplasiaThis image depicts Fibrous Dysplasia. Fibrous Dysplasia can be found in a radiograph and diagnosis is relatively easy if common symptoms are present.McCune-Albright Syndrome; Lichtenstein Jaffe Disease; Caf-au-lait Spots; Leontiasis OssiumHEAL Reviewed Collection
245 Minimize risks: procedure after venipunctureA series of three images showing how to reduce the possibility of needle stick injuries after venipuncture by using an adapter.VenipunctureHEAL Reviewed Collection
246 Search and find veinThree examples of how to find and feel a vein and a good puncture spot.Venipuncture; Vein LocationHEAL Reviewed Collection
247 Pharynx (Labeled)Pharyngeal structures.Mastoid Cavity; Mastoid Air CellsRoyal College of Surgeons in Ireland Illustrations
248 Bladder Fistula (Labeled)Bladder Fistula. Colon.Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland Illustrations
249 Rash of Systemic Onset Juvenile Rheumatoid ArthritisMaculo-papular rash in a child with systemic onset rheumatoid arthritis (Still's Disease). The rash occurred during a flare-up.Still's Disease; Systemic Onset; Maculo-papular RashHEAL Reviewed Collection
250 Anterior-posterior chest X-ray of meconium-stained severely asphyxiated infantAnterior-posterior X-ray of meconium-stained severely asphyxiated infant with Type II Meconium Aspiration Syndrome (MAS) and shock lung (ARDS).Anterior-Posterior Chest Diameter; Type II MAS; Shock LungHarris Pediatric Image Collection
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