topographic anatomy


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the study of anatomy based on regions or divisions of the body and emphasizing the relations between various structures (muscles and nerves and arteries etc

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With this study, to present anatomical information about topographic anatomy of cervicothoracic ganglion and the relation of this ganglion with sympathetic and parasympathetic nerves course on the same region and also to reveal similarities and differences that may be associated with the subject among other ruminants.
We present the topographic anatomy of the El muscle with a double tendon and discuss its functional and clinical implications.
Clinical implications of topographic anatomy on the ganglion impar.
DISCUSSION WITH REVIEW OF LITERATURE: One of the earliest studies that placed emphasis on the topographic anatomy of the parotid area and the manner in which the facial nerve was thought to run through the substance of the parotid gland was by Luschka in 1862 & 1867 (4) The intertwining and arciform character of the peripheral distribution of facial nerve was accounted for in a graphic fashion.
Pre-procedural assessment of topographic anatomy (best done by CT) may avoid punctures of the spleen, liver, colon, and pleura and the resultant complications.
The workshop was aimed at providing an overview of applied and topographic anatomy of canine followed by a detailed orientation of the normal radiographic anatomy of the skeleton system and viscera of the dog.