Upper Limb Clinical Correlations

Gross Anatomy

Upper Limb Clinical Correlations

  1. Review Session - There will be a question and answer session in the Pauly Auditorium (Ed3 G219) today (8/29) at 4:30. Due to schedule conflicts on Friday, this is the only time slot that is available for this meeting. Dr. Tank will preside.

  2. Lecture today - There will be a one hour lecture in Ed3 G219 at 1:00 today. A member of the Orthopaedics faculty will be the presenter. Immediately following this lecture, small groups will meet with members of the Orthopaedics department in the gross lab for purposes of examining the joints of the upper limb. It is strongly suggested that you once again review the parts and function of the joints of the upper limb prior to attending this lab. The outline in the syllabus is provided to help you complete your study of nerve injuries and trauma in the upper limb.

  3. Joint dissections - Joint dissections will occurr on odd numbered tables today. Only one limb will be dissected on each cadaver to preserve soft tissue structures for the practical exam. Orthopaedics faculty will be present in the lab and will demonstrate at odd numbered tables to people from that table and people from the next higher numbered table. Even numbered table lids can remain closed.
Woodburne & Burkel: 169-186
Grant's Dissector: none
Extended Computerized Syllabus
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Review Questions for Gross Anatomy: 11. Joints of the Upper Limb
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Netter Interactive Atlas

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