This procedure describes one of the most versatile approaches to the anterior skull base for large tumors of the sinonasal cavity. It may be used with or without a craniofacial resection. The benefits of this approach are: wide access around the tumor; good postoperative cosmesis; & decreased operative & postoperative morbidity. We have used this approach for many bilateral tumors of the nasal & sinus cavities that approach &/or invade the skull base & brain. This video show the resection of a large esthesioneuroblastoma.
Tags: Superior Rhinotomy Anterior approach skull base
The pelvic diaphragm is composed of muscle fibers of the levator ani, the coccygeus, and associated connective tissue which span the area underneath the pelvis. The pelvic diaphragm is a muscular partition formed by the levatores ani and coccygei, with which may be included the parietal pelvic fascia on their upper an...
Otto Placik MD. a board certified Chicago based plastic surgeon presents Vulvar Vaginal Genital anatomy lesson reviewing the Vulva, Mons Pubis, clitoral hood, prepuce, frenulum, labia minora & majora, vagina, urethra and fourchette with surgical implications and techniques. Photos pictures and video of anatomic models are reviewed in detail on different models. Great for patients thinking about or planning before labiaplasty or vaginal cosmetic surgery
Breast cancer is a malignant tumor that develops from the cells of
the breast. It is the most common type of cancer among women in
the United States. It is most often curable when found early. The
normal breast consists of three main components: the lobules
(milk-producing glands), the duct...
This is the postmortem of a male who died of due to a blunt injury to abdomen n thus the ruptue of the spleen.
there was no any scra or wond on epidermis.
but the 4th rib was fractured.
all the above mentioned conditions are clearly seen in this video.
Tags: POSTMARTEM OF A MALE BODY DUE TO A BLUNT INJURY IN ABDOMEN & RESULTING IN SPLEENIC RUPTURE.
Function and Anatomy: The hip is a ball and socket type joint, formed by the articulation of the head of the femur with the pelvis. Normal range of motion includes: abduction 45 degrees, adduction 20-30 degrees, flexion 135 degrees, extension 30 degrees, internal and external rotation. Hip pathology can cause symptoms...