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Anatomy Bellringer

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1. Clavicular intersection
2. (brachiocephalicus)
3. (brachiocephalicus)
4. (brachiocephalicus)
5. Omotransversarius
6. Trapezius
7. Latissimus Dorsi
8. Superficial Pectoral
9. Deep Pectoral
10. External Jugular Vein
1. Sternocephalicus
2. Sternohyoideus
3. Sternothyroideus
1. Sternocephalicus
2. Sternohyoideus
3. Trachea
4. Esophagus
5. Medial Retropharyngeal lymph node
6. Mandibular lymph Node
7. Mandibular salivary gland
1. Common carotid artery
2. Vagosympathetic Trunk
3. Esophagus
4. Recurrent Laryngeal Nerve
5. Trachea
6. Brachial Plexus
7. Medial Retropharyngeal Lymph Node
8. Thyroid Gland
1. Superficial pectoral
2. Deep pectoral
3. Brachiocephalicus
4. Omotransversarius
5. Trapezius
6. Rhomboideus
7. Latissimus Dorsi
8. Serratus Ventralis
1. Serratus Ventralis Cervicus
2. Serratus Ventralis Thoracis
3. Serratus Dorsalis Cranialis
4. Rhomboideus
5. spinalis
6. longissimus
7. External Abdominal Oblique
8. External Intercostals
9. Serratus Dorsalis Caudalis
10. Splenius
1. External Jugular Vein
2. Sternocephalicus
3. Sternohyoideus
4. Sternothyroideus
5. Thyroid Gland
1. Longus Colli
2. Longus Capitis
3. Trachea
4. Sternohyoideus
5. Sternocephalicus
1. External Abdominal Oblique
2. Internal abdominal obliquw
3. Internal Intercostals
4. External intercostals
5. Rectus Abdominus
1. Internal Abdominal Oblique
2. Transverse Abdominus
3. Spinal Nerves
4. Recuts abdominus
1. Aponerosis of the external abdominal oblique
2. Internal abdominal oblique
3. Rectus abdominus (cut)
4. Superficial Inguinal Ring
5. Scrotum
1. Spermaticord
2. Pudendal Vessels
3. Superficial inguinal ring
4. Scrotum
5. Superficial inguinal lymph node
6. Abdominal fat
1. External abdominal oblique
2. Internal abdominal oblique
3. Cremaster
4. Rectus Abdominus
5. Deep Inguinal ring
6. Aponerosis of the external abdominal oblique
1. Ileocostalis
2. Longissimus
3. Spinalis
4. Splenius
1. Spinal Accessory Nerve
2. Great Auricular Nerve
3. Transverse Cervical Nerve
1. Costal Parietal Pleura
2. Diaphragmatic Parietal Pleura
3. Heart
4. Caudal Lung Lobe
5. Middle Lung Lobe
6. Cranial Lung Lobe
7. Phrenic Nerve
8. Azygous Vein
9. Thymus
1. Cranial Cranial Lobe
2. Caudal Cranial Lobe
3. Caudal Lobe
4. Visceral Pulmonary Pleura
5. Heart
6. Diaphragm
7. Root of lung
8. Hilus of Lung
9. Phrenic Nerve
1. Caudal Lung Lobe
2. Middle Lung Lobe
3. Cranial Lung Lobe
4. Accessory Lung Lobe
5. Plica Vena Cava
6. Mediastinum
7. Caudal Vena Cava
8. Heart
9. Cranial Vena Cava
10. Thymus
11. Phrenic Nerve
1. Cranial Cranial Lobe
2. Caudal Cranial Lobe
3. Caudal Lobe
4. Cranial Lobe
5. Middle Lobe
6. Caudal Lobe
7. Accessory Lobe
1. Heart
2. Caudal Vena Cava
3. Azygous Vein
4. Cranial Vena Cava
5. Bilateral Brachiocephalic Veins
6. Subclavian Vein (cut)
7. External Jugular Vein
8. Common Carotid Artery
9. Trachea
10. Esophagus
11. Thymus
12. Phrenic Nerve
1. Heart
2. Aorta
3. Brachiocephalic Trunk
4. Right Common Carotid
5. Left Common Carotid
6. Left Subclavian
7. Phrenic Nerve
8. Intercostal Arteries
1. Heart
2. Left Lung
3. Brachiocephalic Trunk
4. Left Subclavian
5. Common Carotids
6. Righ Subclavian
7. Axillary
8. Costocervical Trunk
9. Internal Thoracic
10. Superficial Cervical
11. Cranial Vena Cava
1. Heart
2. Lungs
3. Brachiocephalic Trunk
4. Left Subclavian
5. Vertebral
6. Calgary
7. Superficial Cervical
8. Internal Thoracic Artery
9. Common Carotids
10. Right Subclavian
11. Brachiocephalic Veins
12. Cranial Vena Cava
13. Internal Jugular
14. External Jugular
15. Axillary Artery
1. Vagus
2. Dorsal Vagus
3. Ventral Vagus
4. Recurrent Laryngeal
5. Phrenic
6. Cervicothoracic Ganglion
7. Sympathetic Trunk
1. Caudal Vena Cava
2. Cranial Vena Cava
3. Azygous Vein
4. Coronary Sinus
5. Intervenous Tubercle
6. Right Atrioventricular Sinus
7. Right Auricle
8. Coronary Groove
9. Right Ventricle
1. Pulmonary trunk
2. Aortic Arch
3. Left Pulmonary Artery (cut)
4. Conus Arteriosus
5. Right Ventricle
6. Right Auricle
7. Right Atrium
8. Left Auricle
9. Left Atrium
10. Left Ventricle
11. Coronary Groove
1. Left Atrium
2. Left Ventricle
3. Bicuspid Valve Leaf/Cusp
4. Chordae Tendinae
5. Papillary Muscle
6. Trabeculae Carnae
7. Aortic Valve - semilunar Cusp
8. Ascending Aorta
1. Pregnant Uterus
2. Spleen
3. Liver
4. Greater omentum
5. Falciform Ligament
6. Quadrate Lobe
1. Liver
2. Greater Omentum
3. Stomach
4. Spleen
5. Lesser Omentum
1. Gallbladder
2. Left Lateral Liver Lobe
3. Left Medial Liver Lobe
4. Quadrate
5. Right medial liver lobe
6. Right Lateral liver lobe
7. Caudate Lobe
1. Left Lateral lobe
2. Quadrate Lobe
3. Right Medial lobe
4. Right Lateral lobe
5. Caudate Lobe
6. Gallbladder
7. Bile Duct
8. Pyloric Region of Stomach
9. Duodenum
10. Pancreas
11. Greater Omentum
12. Lesser Omentum
1. Gall Bladder
2. Cystic Duct
3. Hepatic Duct
4. Bile Duct
5. Pancreas (reflected)
6. Duodenum
7. Left Lateral Lobe
8. Quadrate lobe
9. Right medial lobe
10. Right lateral lobe
11. Caudate lobe
12. Papillary Process of Caudate Lobe
1. Celiac Ganglion
2. Cranial Mesenteric Ganglioon
3. Celiac Artery
4. Cranial Mesenteric Artery
5. Splanchnic Nerve
6. Sympathetic Trunk
7. Dorsal Vagal Nerve
8. Branch of Dorsal Vagal
9. Kidney
10. Adrenal Gland
11. Esophagus
1. Aorta
2. Celiac Artery
3. Splenic Artery
4. Left Gastric Artery
5. Spleen
6. Pancreas
7. Stomach
8. Cranial Mesenteric Artery
9. Caudal Mesenteric Artery
10. Descending colon
11. Renal Artery
12. Deep Circumflex Iliac Artery
13. Testicular Artery
1. Celiac Artery
2. Splenic Artery
3. Left Gastric Artery
4. Hepatic Artery
5. Spleen
6. Pancreas
7. Left Gastroepiploic
8. Cranial Mesenteric
9. Caudal Mesenteric
10. Descending Colon
11. Renal Artery
12. Testicular Artery
13. Phrenicoabdominal Artery
1. Celiac Artery
2. Splenic Artery
3. Left Gastric Artery
4. Hepatic Artery
5. Gastroduodenal (CPD, Rt. G, Rt. GE)
6. Cranial Mesenteric artery
7. Caudal Pancreatico Duodenal a.
8. Left Colic artery
9. Caudal Mesenteric a.
10. Cranial Rectal a.
11. Descending Colon
12. Kidney
13. Testicular Artery
1. Cranial Mesenteric Artery
2. Middle colic Artery
3. Ileocolic artery
4. Rt. Colic Artery
5. Cecal Artery
6. Antimessenteric Ileal artery
7. Jejunal artery
8. Caudal Mesenteric Artery
9. Cranial Recetal Artery
10. Left Colic Artery
11. Transverse Colon
12. Descending Colon
13. Ileum
1. Bladder
2. Caudal Mesenteric Artery
3. Deep Circumflex Iliac Artery
4. Internal Iliac Artery
5. External Iliac Artery
6. Internal Pudendal Artery
1. Orbicularis Oris
2. Buccinatory
3. Levator Nasolabialis (retraction or nose/upperlip)
4. Orbicularis Oculi (closes eye)
5. Facial Vein
6. Mandibular Branch of Facial Vein
7. Mandibular Lymph Nodes
1. Tongue
2. Sublingual Salivary Gland
3. Sublingual Salivary Ducts
4. Sublingual Caruncle
5. Cicumvallate Papillae
6. Fungiform Papillae
7. Hard Palate
8. Soft Palate
9. Epiglottis
10. Border between pharynx and esophagus
11. Pharynx
12. Esophagus
1. Parotid Salivary Gland
2. External Ear Canal
3. Parotid Duct
4. Mandibular Salivary Gland
5. Maxillary Vein
6. Linguofacial Vein
7. External Jugular Vein
8. Sublingual Salivary Gland
9. Mandibular Lymph Nodes
10. Facial Vein
11. Lingual VeinAna
1. Soft Palate
2. Nasopharynx
3. Oropharynx
4. Laryngopharynx
5. Larynz
6. Palatopharyngeal arch
7. Pharyngoesophageal limen
8. Brain
9. Nasal Septum
10. Hard Palate
11. Tongue
12. Epiglottis
1. Soft Palate
2. Nasopharynx
3. Opening of Auditory Tube
4. Oropharynx
5. Palatine Tonsil
6. Semilunar Fold
7. Palatopharyngeal Arch
8. Laryngopharynx
9. Epiglottis
10. Tongue
11. Bones of floor of Cranial Cavity
1. Caudal End of Hard Palate
2. Nasopharynx
3. Palatoglossal Arch
4. Oral Cavity
5. Oro Pharynx
6. Palatopharyngeal Arch
7. Soft Palate
8. Pharyngoesophageal limen
9. Laryngopharynx
10. Esophagus
11. Epiglottis
12. Laryngeal Cartilage
1. Dorsal Nasal Concha
2. Ventral Nasal Concha
3. Dorsal Nasal Meatus
4. Middle Nasal Meatus
5. Ventral Nasal Meatus
6. Nasolacrimal Duct Opening
7. Alar Fold
8. Ethmoidal Labyrinth
9. Frontal Sinus
10. Opening of Auditory Tube
11. Palatine Tonsil
12. Soft Palate
1. Stylohyoid
2. Epihyoid
3. Ceratohyoid
4. Thyrohyoid
5. Basihyoid
6. Larynx
7. Cricothyroideus Muscle
8. Trachea
Right:
1. Epiglottic Cartilage
2. Arytenoid Cartilage
3. Aryepiglottic fold
4. Thyroid cartilage
5. Cricoid Cartilage
6. Cricoarytenoideus dorsalis
7. Trachea
Left Top:
1. Thyroid Cartilage
2. Epiglottic Cartilage
3. Arytenoid Cartilage
4. Cricoid Cartilage
5. Cricoarytenoideus lateralis
6. Cricoarytenoideus dorsalis
7. Basihyoid Bone
8. Thyrohyoid bone
9. Vocal Ligament
10. Vocalis Muscle
11. Laryngeal Ventricle
Left Bottom:
1. Thyroid Cartilage
2. Cricoid Cartilage
3. Cricothyroideus muscle
4. Trachea
5. Basihyoid bone
6. Ceratogyoid bone
7. Cricothyroid ligament
1. Medial Pterygoid
2. Digastricus Muscle
3. Mylohyoideus
4. Geniohyodeus
5. Styloglossus
6. Hypoglossus
7. Mandibular Salivary Gland
8. Sublingual Salivary Gland
9. Lingual Nerve
10. Hypoglossal Nerve
11. Sublingual Salivary Duct
1. Genioglossus
2. Intrinsic Muscles of the Tongue
3. Geniohyoideus
4. Basihyoid Bone
5. Mylohyoideus
6. Soft Palate
7. Pharyngeal Muscles
8. Thyroid Cartilage
1. Hyloglossus
2. Styloglossus
3. Genioglossus
4. Geniohyoid
5. Mylohyoid
6. Digastricus
7. Hypoglossal Nerve
1. digastricus
2. styloglossus
3. hypoglossal nerve
4. hypoglossus muscle (attaches to hyoid bones)
5. Sternohyoideus
6. Geniohyoideus
7. Thyrohyoideus
8. Trachea
9. Sternothyroideus
10. Medial Retropharyngeal Lymph Node
11. Mandibular salivary gland
12. Sublingual salivary gland
13. Parotid
1. Ventral oblique m.
2. Ventral Rectus m
3. Lateral Rectus m.
4. Dorsal rectus m.
5. Retractor bulbi m.
6. Sclera
7. Cornea
1. Lens
2. Cornea
3. Sclera
4. Retina
5. Choroid
6. Optic Nerve
1. Facial nerve
2. Cervical branch
3. Ventral buccal branch
4. Dorsal buccal branch
5. Auriculopalpebral nerve
6. Rostral auricula branch of Auriculopalpebral
7. Palpebral branch of auriculopalpebral
8. Auriculotemporal nerve
1. Auriculotemporal n.
2. Inferior alveolar n
3. Lingual n.
4. Maxillary division
5. Infraorbital n.
6. Ophthalmic division
1. Lingual n. (from mandibular trigeminal)
2. Mylohyoid m.
3. Sublingual branch of lingual n.
4. Hypoglossal n.
5. Lingual artery
6. Styloglossus
7. Medial pterygoid m.
8. Digastricus m.
9. Mandibular salivary gland
10. Sublingual salivary gland
1. Common Carotid a.
2. Internal carotid a.
3. External carotid a.
4. Maxillary a.
5. Maxillary a.
6. Infraorbital a.
7. Occipital a
8. Laryngeal a.
9. Lingual a.
10. Facial a.
11. Temporal a.
12. External ophthalmic a.
13. Cranial thyroid a.
1. Common Carotid
2. Internal carotid a.
3. External carotid a.
4. Carotid sinus
5. Occipital a.
6. Laryngeal artery
7. Lingual Artery
8. Cranial thyroid artery
9. Glossopharyngeal n.
10. Vagus n.
11. Accessory n.
12. Hypoglossal n.
13. Auditory tube opening
14. Palantine tonsil
15. Tongue
Horse Lung
Left lung:
-Cranial Lobe
-Caudal Lobe
Right Lung:
-Cranial Lobe
-Caudal Lobe
-Accessory Lobe
Bovine Lung
Left Lung:
-Cranial Cranial Lobe
-Caudal Cranial Lobe
-Caudal Lobe
Right Lobe
-Cranial Cranial Lobe
-Caudal Cranial Lobe
-Middle Lobe
-Caudal Lobe
-Accessory Lobe
Horse: Aortic Arch
Brachiocephalic Trunk gives rise to (from L to R):
Left subclavian, bicarotid trunk, right subclavian
Dog: Aortic Arch
Brachiocephalic trunk gives rise to bicarotids, right subclavian.
Further, the aorta gives rise to the left sublclavian
Dog: Left Subclavian
Vertebral, Costocervical, Superficial Cervical, Internal Thoracic, Axillary
VCSIA
Horse: Left Subclavian
Costocervical Trunk, Deep Cervical, Vertebral, Superficial Cervial, Internal Thoracic, Axillary
CDVSIA
Heart Ligaments
Sternopericardial Ligament
Phrenicopericardial Ligament
Moderator Band/Septomarginal Band
Innervation of Abdominal Wall
(Nerves to anaesthetize for standing surgery)
T13-L2
Rumen Innervation
Dorsal Vagal Branch - Everywhere (Rumen, reticulum, omasum, abomasum)
Ventral Vagal Branch - Reticulum, omasum, abomasum
Ruminal Blood Supply
Celiac Artery:
Hepatic: - Cranial pancreatico duodenal, Rt. Gastric, Rt. GE
Splenic: -Right Ruminal, Reticular
Gastric: Left Ruminal, Lt. Gastric, Lt. GE