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scapular region and axilla

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أستاذ المادة فراس محمد غازي الخفاجي       24/05/2020 08:51:54
Scapular region and axilla

Curricular Objectives: By the end of this lab students are expected to:

Theory
1. Define the scapular region and acknowledge its relation to the back and thoracic wall
2. Outline the attachment of the superficial muscles of the back and scapular region
3. Discuss the actions of the superficial muscles of the back and scapular region
4. Describe the subacromial bursa and its functional and clinical importance
5. Define the axilla and name its boundaries and content
6. Describe the distribution of axillary lymph nodes and the regions drained by each group
7. Summarize the surface landmarks of the scapular region and axilla

Practical
1. Identify the muscles of the scapular and shoulder region and related bursa
2. Label the boundaries of the axilla
3. Distinguish the brachial plexus, axillary artery and axillary vein
4. Identify the various groups of the axillary lymph nodes and their area of drainage
5. Distinguish the boundaries of the quadrangular space
6. Identify the surface markings of the scapular region and axilla

Selected references and suggested resources
? Clinical Anatomy by Regions, Richard S. Snell, 10th edition
? Grant s Atlas of Anatomy, 13th Edition
? McMinn s Clinical Atlas of Human Anatomy, 7th Edition
? Anatomy for Babylon medical students (Facebook page)
? Anatomy for Babylon medical students (YouTube channel)
? Human Anatomy Education (Facebook page)
? Human anatomy education (YouTube channel)

Feedback and suggestions
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Session check list
? Clinical highlights:
? The scapular region contain muscles that are important to proper functioning of shoulder joint
? The axilla contains structures that are vital for the proper functioning of the upper limb. Ex: Brachial plexus, axillary vessels and axillary lymph nodes
? Enlarged axillary lymph nodes and abscess of the axilla are common clinical problems encountered in clinical practice

? Key landmarks:
? Scapula
? First rib
? Deltoid
? Trapezius
? Pectoralis minor


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