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of the human anatomy.
  • Upper Limb

    This Guide enables us to identify muscles by:
    -External configuration: according to its shape long, wide, short, annular
    -Origen: that point that the muscle takes as fixed in its main movement
    -Insection: that point that the muscle takes as a motive in its main movement
    -Inervation
    -Action / Function

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  • Cervical-Spine Musculoskeletal

    This Guide enables us to identify muscles by:
    -External configuration: according to its shape long, wide, short, annular
    -Origen: that point that the muscle takes as fixed in its main movement
    -Insection: that point that the muscle takes as a motive in its main movement
    -Inervation
    -Action / Function

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  • Shoulder Musculoskeletal

    This Guide enables us to identify muscles by:
    -External configuration: according to its shape long, wide, short, annular
    -Origen: that point that the muscle takes as fixed in its main movement
    -Insection: that point that the muscle takes as a motive in its main movement
    -Inervation
    -Action / Function

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  • Elbow Musculoskeletal

    This Guide enables us to identify muscles by:
    -External configuration: according to its shape long, wide, short, annular
    -Origen: that point that the muscle takes as fixed in its main movement
    -Insection: that point that the muscle takes as a motive in its main movement
    -Inervation
    -Action / Function

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  • Wrist-Hand Musculoskeletal

    This Guide enables us to identify muscles by:
    -External configuration: according to its shape long, wide, short, annular
    -Origen: that point that the muscle takes as fixed in its main movement
    -Insection: that point that the muscle takes as a motive in its main movement
    -Inervation
    -Action / Function

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  • Musculoskeletal Chest

    This Guide enables us to identify muscles by:
    -External configuration: according to its shape long, wide, short, annular
    -Origen: that point that the muscle takes as fixed in its main movement
    -Insection: that point that the muscle takes as a motive in its main movement
    -Inervation
    -Action / Function

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  • Musculoskeletal Pelvis

    This Guide enables us to identify muscles by:
    -External configuration: according to its shape long, wide, short, annular
    -Origen: that point that the muscle takes as fixed in its main movement
    -Insection: that point that the muscle takes as a motive in its main movement
    -Inervation
    -Action / Function.

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  • Musculoskeletal Knee

    This Guide enables us to identify muscles by:
    -External configuration: according to its shape long, wide, short, annular
    -Origen: that point that the muscle takes as fixed in its main movement
    -Insection: that point that the muscle takes as a motive in its main movement
    -Inervation
    -Action / Function

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  • Foot musculoskeletal

    This Guide enables us to identify muscles by:
    -External configuration: according to its shape long, wide, short, annular
    -Origen: that point that the muscle takes as fixed in its main movement
    -Insection: that point that the muscle takes as a motive in its main movement
    -Inervation
    -Action / Function

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  • Shoulder Osteoarticular

    Identify type of joint according to its degree of movement (sinartrosis, amphiarthrosis and diarthrosis). Within the last (diarthroses) to distinguish the different types according to the shape of the articular surfaces: Arteriosis (spheroid), Condylar (ellipsoid), Reciprocal lace (seal), Trochoid, Trochlear, .
    Identify the joint surfaces involved in the joint
    Identify the attachment means (capsule and ligaments) taking into account the origin, insertion and travel of the same
    Know the movements that allow the articulation, taking into account the elements that can limit these movements (ligaments, muscles, bone elements, etc.)
    Identify any other elements present in the joint: menisci, impellers, etc.

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  • Elbow Osteoarticular

    Identify type of joint according to its degree of movement (sinartrosis, amphiarthrosis and diarthrosis). Within the last (diarthroses) to distinguish the different types according to the shape of the articular surfaces: Arteriosis (spheroid), Condylar (ellipsoid), Reciprocal lace (seal), Trochoid, Trochlear, .
    Identify the joint surfaces involved in the joint
    Identify the attachment means (capsule and ligaments) taking into account the origin, insertion and travel of the same
    Know the movements that allow the articulation, taking into account the elements that can limit these movements (ligaments, muscles, bone elements, etc.)
    Identify any other elements present in the joint: menisci, impellers, etc.

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  • Wrist-Hand Osteoarticular

    Identify type of joint according to its degree of movement (sinartrosis, amphiarthrosis and diarthrosis). Within the last (diarthroses) to distinguish the different types according to the shape of the articular surfaces: Arteriosis (spheroid), Condylar (ellipsoid), Reciprocal lace (seal), Trochoid, Trochlear, .
    Identify the joint surfaces involved in the joint
    Identify the attachment means (capsule and ligaments) taking into account the origin, insertion and travel of the same
    Know the movements that allow the articulation, taking into account the elements that can limit these movements (ligaments, muscles, bone elements, etc.)
    Identify any other elements present in the joint: menisci, impellers, etc.

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  • Hip Osteoarticular

    Identify type of joint according to its degree of movement (sinartrosis, amphiarthrosis and diarthrosis). Within the last (diarthroses) to distinguish the different types according to the shape of the articular surfaces: Arteriosis (spheroid), Condylar (ellipsoid), Reciprocal lace (seal), Trochoid, Trochlear, .
    Identify the joint surfaces involved in the joint
    Identify the attachment means (capsule and ligaments) taking into account the origin, insertion and travel of the same
    Know the movements that allow the articulation, taking into account the elements that can limit these movements (ligaments, muscles, bone elements, etc.)
    Identify any other elements present in the joint: menisci, impellers, etc.

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  • Osteoarticular Knee

    Identify type of joint according to its degree of movement (sinartrosis, amphiarthrosis and diarthrosis). Within the last (diarthroses) to distinguish the different types according to the shape of the articular surfaces: Arteriosis (spheroid), Condylar (ellipsoid), Reciprocal lace (seal), Trochoid, Trochlear, .
    Identify the joint surfaces involved in the joint
    Identify the attachment means (capsule and ligaments) taking into account the origin, insertion and travel of the same
    Know the movements that allow the articulation, taking into account the elements that can limit these movements (ligaments, muscles, bone elements, etc.)
    Identify any other elements present in the joint: menisci, impellers, etc.

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  • Ankle-Foot Osteoarticular

    Identify type of joint according to its degree of movement (sinartrosis, amphiarthrosis and diarthrosis). Within the last (diarthroses) to distinguish the different types according to the shape of the articular surfaces: Arteriosis (spheroid), Condylar (ellipsoid), Reciprocal lace (seal), Trochoid, Trochlear, .
    Identify the joint surfaces involved in the joint
    Identify the attachment means (capsule and ligaments) taking into account the origin, insertion and travel of the same
    Know the movements that allow the articulation, taking into account the elements that can limit these movements (ligaments, muscles, bone elements, etc.)
    Identify any other elements present in the joint: menisci, impellers, etc.

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  • Vertebrae, Ribs and Sternum

     This Guide enables us to:
    Identify the type of bone according to the shape they present (long, short, flat or irregular).
    Position that occupies said bone in the anatomical subject.
    Anatomical position of the bone.
    Identify the adjacent bone structures to which it relates.
    Identify the extremities, edges, faces or angles of each of the structures.
    Identify the main anatomical reliefs (cutouts, pits, articular veneers, spines, foramina, tubers, etc.) present in each of the extremities, edges and faces.
    Identify the different anatomical elements (muscles, bones, ligaments, etc.) that relate to existing anatomical reliefs.

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  • Clavicle, Scapula and Humerus

     This Guide enables us to:
    Identify the type of bone according to the shape they present (long, short, flat or irregular).
    Position that occupies said bone in the anatomical subject.
    Anatomical position of the bone.
    Identify the adjacent bone structures to which it relates.
    Identify the extremities, edges, faces or angles of each of the structures.
    Identify the main anatomical reliefs (cutouts, pits, articular veneers, spines, foramina, tubers, etc.) present in each of the extremities, edges and faces.
    Identify the different anatomical elements (muscles, bones, ligaments, etc.) that relate to existing anatomical reliefs.

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  • Ulna, Radius and Hand

     This Guide enables us to:
    Identify the type of bone according to the shape they present (long, short, flat or irregular).
    Position that occupies said bone in the anatomical subject.
    Anatomical position of the bone.
    Identify the adjacent bone structures to which it relates.
    Identify the extremities, edges, faces or angles of each of the structures.
    Identify the main anatomical reliefs (cutouts, pits, articular veneers, spines, foramina, tubers, etc.) present in each of the extremities, edges and faces.
    Identify the different anatomical elements (muscles, bones, ligaments, etc.) that relate to existing anatomical reliefs.

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  • Coxal, Holy, Femur and Patella

     This Guide enables us to:
    Identify the type of bone according to the shape they present (long, short, flat or irregular).
    Position that occupies said bone in the anatomical subject.
    Anatomical position of the bone.
    Identify the adjacent bone structures to which it relates.
    Identify the extremities, edges, faces or angles of each of the structures.
    Identify the main anatomical reliefs (cutouts, pits, articular veneers, spines, foramina, tubers, etc.) present in each of the extremities, edges and faces.
    Identify the different anatomical elements (muscles, bones, ligaments, etc.) that relate to existing anatomical reliefs.

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  • Tibia, Fibula and Foot

     This Guide enables us to:
    Identify the type of bone according to the shape they present (long, short, flat or irregular).
    Position that occupies said bone in the anatomical subject.
    Anatomical position of the bone.
    Identify the adjacent bone structures to which it relates.
    Identify the extremities, edges, faces or angles of each of the structures.
    Identify the main anatomical reliefs (cutouts, pits, articular veneers, spines, foramina, tubers, etc.) present in each of the extremities, edges and faces.
    Identify the different anatomical elements (muscles, bones, ligaments, etc.) that relate to existing anatomical reliefs.

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  • Cranium

     This Guide enables us to:
    Identify and locate the relative position of the different bones that make up the skeleton of the head (skull and jaw)
    Recognize and identify different cranial visions or "norms": frontal, cranial, dorsal and basal norm
    Identify the joints (sutures) between the bones of the skull
    Locate the most important bone elements of the bones of the head (holes, processes, protuberances, grooves, etc.)
    Locate the main anthropometric points present in the skull

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  • SPINAL CORD MORPHOLOGY

    This Guide will enable us to:
    Identify the regions or subregions in which the Central Nervous System (CNS) is divided,
    To know the anatomical situation and position of each of the regions
    To know the morphology and identify the main anatomical elements (grooves, fissures, lobes, etc.) presented by these regions
    To know the anatomical relations that each of the regions present with the rest of existing structures

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  • SPINAL PRESSURE SYSTEMS

    This Guide enables us to:
    Identify the regions or subregions in which the Central Nervous System (CNS) is divided,
    To know the anatomical position and position of the spinal cord
    To know the internal configuration and systematization of the spinal cord
    Know the anatomical relationships that present this part with the rest of structures.

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  • TRUMP OF THE BRAIN MORPHOLOGY

    This Guide enables us to:
    Identify the regions or subregions in which the Central Nervous System (CNS) is divided,
    To know the situation and anatomical position of the Trunk of the Brain
    To know the external morphology and identify the main anatomical elements (grooves, fissures, lobes, etc.) presented
    To know the anatomical relationships that each one of the parts of the Brain Trunk presents with the rest of structures.

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  • TRAIN OF THE BRAIN SYSTEMS

    This Guide enables us to:
    Identify the regions or subregions in which the Central Nervous System (CNS) is divided,
    To know the situation and anatomical position of the Trunk of the Brain
    To know the systematization of the Brain Trunk
    Know the anatomical relationships that present each of its parts with the rest of structures.

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  • CEREBELLUM

    This Guide enables us to:
    Identify the regions or subregions in which the Cerebellum is divided
    To know the anatomical position and position of the cerebellum
    To know the external morphology and identify the main anatomical elements (grooves, fissures, lobes, etc.) presented
    Know the anatomical relationships that it presents with each one of the existing structures.

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  • DIENCEPHALON

    This Guide enables us to:
    Identify the regions or subregions in which the Diencephalon is divided
    To know the situation and anatomical position of each of the regions of the Diencephalon
    To know the external morphology and to identify the main anatomical elements (grooves, fissures, lobes, etc.) that present in those regions
    Know the anatomical relationships presented by each of the existing structures.

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  • TELENCEPHALON MORPHOLOGY

    This Guide enables us to:
    Identify the regions or subregions in which the Telencephalon is divided
    To know the anatomical situation and position of each one of the regions of the Telencecephalon
    To know the external morphology and to identify the main anatomical elements (grooves, fissures, lobes, etc.) that present in those regions
    To know the anatomical relationships that they present with each one of the existing structures

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  • TELECEPHALON SYSTEMATIZATION

    This Guide enables us to:
    Identify the regions or subregions in which the Telencephalon is divided
    To know the anatomical situation and position of each one of the regions of the Telencecephalon
    To know the systematization of the cerebral cortex
    Know the anatomical relationships they present with each of the existing structures.

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  • TELENCEPHALON INTERNAL CONFIGURATION

    This Guide will enable us to
    Identify the regions or subregions in which the Telencephalon is divided
    To know the anatomical situation and position of each one of the regions of the Telencecephalon
    To know the internal configuration of the different centers and nerve pathways that form part of the Telecéfalo
    Know the anatomical relationships they present with each of the existing structures.

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  • LIMBIC SYSTEM

    This Guide will enable us to:
    Identify the regions or subregions in which the limbic system is divided
    To know the situation and anatomical position of each one of its regions
    Know the anatomical relationships they present with each of the existing structures.

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  • VENTRICULAR SYSTEM - MENINGES

    This Guide will enable us to:

    Identify the regions or subregions in which the Ventricular System is divided
    To know the situation and anatomical position of each one of the components of the Ventricular System

    Identify the regions or subregions in which the Meninges are divided
    To know the situation and anatomical position of each one of the Meninges

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  • VASCULARIZATION CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM

    This guide enables us to know the mechanism of arterial vascularization of the Central Nervous System and its drainage through the venous system.

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  • NOSE, NASAL CAVITY, PHARINX AND LARYNX

    This Guide enables us to:
    Identify each of the portions into which the respiratory system is divided
    To know the anatomical situation and position of each of the regions
    To know the anatomical relations that each of the regions present with the rest of existing structures

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  • TREACH, BRONCHIAL TREE AND LUNGS

    This Guide enables us to:
    Identify each of the portions into which the respiratory system is divided
    To know the anatomical situation and position of each of the regions
    To know the anatomical relations that each of the regions present with the rest of existing structures

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  • LUNGS: VASCULARIZATION, INERVATION AND PLEURAS

    This Guide enables us to:
    Identify each of the portions into which the respiratory system is divided
    To know the anatomical situation and position of each of the regions
    To know the anatomical relations that each of the regions present with the rest of existing structures

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  • HEART: EXTERNAL-INTERNAL CONFIGURATION_CARDIAC WALL

    This Guide enables us to:
    Identify the location, shape, orientation and external and internal configuration of the heart
    Identify the components of the cardiac conduction system
    Identify the different elements that are part of the vascularization of the heart
    To know the disposition, relationships and means of fixation of the pericardium
    Know the origin and path of the major vessels that enter and leave the heart
    To know the general characteristics of the arterial and venous systems of the major or systemic circulation

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  • HEART: VASCULARIZATION AND DRIVING

    This Guide will enable us to:
    Identify the location, shape, orientation and external and internal configuration of the heart
    Identify the components of the cardiac conduction system
    Identify the different elements that are part of the vascularization of the heart
    To know the disposition, relationships and means of fixation of the pericardium
    Know the origin and path of the major vessels that enter and leave the heart
    To know the general characteristics of the arterial and venous systems of the major or systemic circulation

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  • HEART: PERICARDIUM AND BIG VESSELS

    This Guide enables us to:
    Know the origin, path and relationships of the major vessels that enter and leave the heart, along with its terminal and collateral branches
    To know the general characteristics of the arterial and venous systems of the major or systemic circulation and pulmonary or minor

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  • HEART: BIG VESSELS (II)

    This Guide will enable us to:
    Know the origin, path and relationships of the major vessels that enter and leave the heart, along with its terminal and collateral branches
    To know the general characteristics of the arterial and venous systems of the major or systemic circulation and pulmonary or minor

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