A series of human embryology and anatomy podcasts linked to the teaching at the Swansea University Medical School, but hopefully helpful to all medical students.
25: Clinical anatomy of the eye
We've had a bit of a break while we've been writing a book, but consultant opthalmologist Mr Mike Austin asked if he could record a podcast about the anatomy of the eye in preparation for his teaching week. We talk about the importance of the eye clinically, and relate the anatomy of the eye to loss of vision and other pathology.
24: 10 things you should know about the lower limb, part 1
Sam broke his foot so decided to talk about some important aspects of the anatomy of the lower limb. Sam and Rhi talk about the bones of the foot and ankle, the knee, the sciatic nerve, veins and compartments of the thigh and leg. This episode includes a number of annotated images of plastic models and Sam's leg.
23: 10 things you should know about the pelvis, part 2
Sam and Rhi finish talking about some key pelvic anatomy by talking about the ducting of the vas deferens into the urethra, what the os is, the relationships of organs within the female pelvis and their ligaments, and the sensory innervation from the external genitalia.
22: 10 things you should know about the pelvis, part 1
We pick 10 key anatomical things that we think are particularly worth knowing, this time in the pelvis. This is the first part and we talk about levator ani, the sciatic nerve, anastomoses in the female pelvis, the ureters, and the autonomic nervous system in the male pelvis.
21: 10 things you should know about the GI tract
Rhi and Sam change format to talk about anatomy and cover 10 key areas of the gastrointestinal system that you should know about if you're a medical student.
20: The ear
We talk about the development of the ear and its different parts.
Your senesless airstotle/plato lectures need to die of along with them, thanks. And tell your students to get a drink of water they cough a hekka lot.