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Thigh Posterior-Popliteal Fossa Surgical Dissection-Clinical Correlations-Sanjoy Sanyal

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Educational Video created by Dr. Sanjoy Sanyal; Professor, Department Chair, Surgeon, Neuroscientist and Medical Informatician in the Western Hemisphere.
It shows the surgical anatomy of the Back of Thigh and Popliteal Fossa. The specimen was harvested from a cadaver.
It shows the sciatic nerve, Ischial tuberosity, Greater trochanter, Hamstrings, Semimembranosus, Semitendinosus, Biceps femoris, Tibial nerve, common fibular, adductor magnus, pes anserinus, adductor hiatus, perforators, Gastrocnemius, Popliteal artery, Popliteal vein.
Numerous clinical correlations and surgical implications (e.g. Artery entrapment syndromes) are described during the course of narrative dissection.
With real-time narration and relevant captions, it enhances the learning experience by means of a tri-modal learning style approach - Visual, Auditory, Textual.
Camerapersons were Jenee Glover, Zelika Stewart and others, using their own and my outdated camera.
Thank you for watching. If you have any questions or comments, please put them in the comments section below. Have a nice day!

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