Gross Anatomy: In the Lab

Gross Anatomy: In the Lab

by Prof. Dr. med. Steffen-Boris Wirth (EN)

Anatomy serves as the fundamental framework for all fields of medicine, and remains a challenging medical school course that all students must successfully master.

The Musculoskeletal Gross Anatomy Course with Dr. Wirth is designed to help orient students to a cadaver lab dissection and illustrate the identification of anatomical structures. The course primarily focuses on the large muscle groups, highlighting each muscle's skeletal attachments, functions, innervation, and blood supply. Throughout the dissection, Dr. Wirth’s commentary highlights clinical pearls illustrating the structure's practical relevance in medicine.

Course Details

  • Videos 4
  • Duration 2:37 h
  • Quiz questions 54
  • Concept Pages 4

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Your Educators of course Gross Anatomy: In the Lab

Prof. Dr. med. Steffen-Boris Wirth (EN)

Prof. Dr. med. Steffen-Boris Wirth (EN)

Prof. Dr. med. Steffen-Boris Wirth studied Biology and Chemistry, following Human Medicine at the Johannes-Gutenberg-University of Mainz. He is a specialist for anatomy and cellular biology, as well as university lecturer for Anatomy at the "MaReCuM" (reformed medicine curriculum of Mannheim) of the Mannheim medical department of the University of Heidelberg.


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