Digital Locator

 

Program designed to dissect the human body layer by layer in order to reveal an entire region (regional dissector) or individual structures (digital locator of structures). It is used in following up surgical procedures, radiology, postmortem examination in pathology, living anatomy and gross anatomy and fractures and injuries. It is also useful in examining the anatomy of the area being examined in clinical examination in medicine.

 

 

Pectoral locator Pectoral dissector Pectoral assembler

 

 

See body mapThere is nothing in anatomy not found in this website

Electronic School of Medicine
Creator: Oluwole Ogunranti

DIGITAL LOCATOR OF PECTORAL REGION: Layer 1 Layer of skin of pectoral region. Layer 2 Layer of superficial fascia of pectoral region. Layer 3 Layer of pectoral (deep) fascia. Layer 4 Layer of superficial layer of muscles. Layer 5 Layer of intermediate layer of muscles. Layer 6 Layer of deep layer of muscles. Layer 7 Layer of layer of joints of pectoral region. Layer 8 Rotate layer of bones of pectoral girdle/region. Rollover mouse to label; click to display page.


 

 

 

 

Dissector
Lymph drainage
Organ integration
Clinical anatomy
Clinical examination
Wrist joint

Intercarpal joints

Midcarpal

Carpometacarpal joint of thumb

Carpometacarpal of 2nd to 5th fingers

Intermetacarpal joints

Metacarpophalangeal joints

Interphalangeal joints

Carpal injuries
Metacarpal injuries
Phalangeal injuries of hand
Injuries to metacarpophalangeal joints
Injuries to interphalangeal joints
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