Veins – Thoracic Vessels
By Lecturio P. on 25. March 2021 for Veins – Thoracic Vessels
Everything is explained very clearly. I understood all the information in the video perfectly.
Great & Detailed Review
By Gabrielle G. on 14. February 2021 for Respiratory Gross Anatomy
This was an excellent detailed review of respiratory gross anatomy. Quite a bit more than I thought I need for Step 1, but I am glad I fully went through it as it has helped me fill in the blanks and gaps in knowledge that I was previously unaware of. Remember, you don't know what you don't know until you take the time to study it.
By Vincent S. on 26. October 2020 for Clinically Applied Anatomy – Thoracic Nerves
Love the way Dr. Craig explains everything all along the thoracic related subjects.
one of the short and precise explanation ever keep doing the best work LECTURIO
By Majid K. on 27. September 2020 for Mediastinum – Lungs, mediastinum and cardiac valves
one of the short and precise explanation ever
keep doing the best work LECTURIO
By Vincent S. on 14. September 2020 for Mediastinal Areas – Lungs, mediastinum and cardiac valves
Excelent teacher. Clear and precise with an according order to avoid missing anything.
Good and precise
By Rafael C. on 29. August 2020 for Mediastinal Areas – Lungs, mediastinum and cardiac valves
For those begginer students, its a good and quick way to learn about the mediastinal areas.
i like it . i really like the idea of linking with x-ray this helped me alot and its realy a great job
By Samar M. on 03. August 2020 for Thoracic Cavity – Lungs, mediastinum and cardiac valves
I rate it cause I found it good and helpful. I liked it very much because the x- ray explanation its very helpful for me .
By rouzbeh t. on 22. June 2020 for Mediastinal Areas – Lungs, mediastinum and cardiac valves
Good stuff Good stuff Good stuff Good stuff Good stuff Good stuff
By Mart P. on 02. May 2020 for Vagus Nerve – Thoracic Nerves
Not boring at all. I don't like the topics about nerves, but I listen your lectures with great pleasure
By Mart P. on 01. May 2020 for Descending Aorta – Thoracic Vessels
I love all your lectures and watch them with great pleasure. Dr Graig Canby can explain difficult topics in a very simple way
By Mart P. on 01. May 2020 for Arteries – Thoracic Vessels
Very simple, informative and helpful lectures. I watch your videos ???? every day
Thank you again and again
By Hasmik N. on 01. May 2020 for Trachea – Pulmonary Structures and Esophagus
I enjoy your lectures very much. Thank you for your great work
Veins of thoracic vessels
By Cullen L. on 30. October 2019 for Veins – Thoracic Vessels
Great lecture--very clear and easy to follow. This can be tricky, and Dr. Canby made it very easy to follow
v good explanation
By Muhammad A. on 24. March 2019 for Pleural Membranes – Pulmonary Structures and Esophagus
v good lecture style . your videos are so simple that I can easily understand...thank u sir
By Jameel S. on 06. February 2019 for Descending Aorta – Thoracic Vessels
to be honest, the lectures are super boring to watch
By Victoria W. on 16. January 2019 for Thoracic Cavity – Lungs, mediastinum and cardiac valves
Clear and succinct overview of thoracic cavity. Excellent foundation to build upon
Simple, easy to understand
By Nor Syazwani S. on 27. December 2018 for Topography of the Lungs – Lungs, mediastinum and cardiac valves
Short, brief, simple and very informative in just one lecture.
need change AV valve commentary
By carlo u. on 04. December 2018 for Mediastinal Areas – Lungs, mediastinum and cardiac valves
I want to inform in this video you made a mistake when you talk about the AV valve right and left auscultation, you said same side! left side 4th and 5th , same side and after in the summary , you said right and left 5th and 4th, you need the develop new video!
hard to follow
By Hazazi M. on 09. October 2018 for Veins – Thoracic Vessels
extremely poor presentation. no disrespect to the professor but his anatomy lectures are so far the worst in lecturio!
everything was clear and easy to understand.
By Ragda B. on 16. August 2018 for Thoracic Cavity – Lungs, mediastinum and cardiac valves
I am studying for my Anatomy and physiology class, and your lecture is truly helping me.
i really learned and enjoyed in the same time.
By Ragda B. on 16. August 2018 for Mediastinum – Lungs, mediastinum and cardiac valves
the lecture was amazing, you made it easy and clear to understand
excellent lecture even for an average english speaker. thank you!
By Badr L. on 10. August 2018 for Mediastinal Areas – Lungs, mediastinum and cardiac valves
what a pleasure to learn from the best. thanks to that lecture my concepts are cristal clear.
LARYNX missed & great in general
By ABDULRAHMAN K. on 24. May 2018 for Respiratory Gross Anatomy
it's great in general & helpful but u missed Important structure to included in this course which is the LARYNX
By Flora I. on 01. May 2018 for Veins – Thoracic Vessels
I chose this rating because the structures the Lecturer is describing are unclear and difficult to follow. If the instructure had better visualization--such as highlighting the veins as he spoke--that would help immensley. An additional thing that would have helped is to have a visual summary of which veins feed into which at the end of the segment so the students could organize the vein tributaries better in their minds.
I like the over all information, it just needs to be presented better.
By Lara Alicea A. on 08. February 2018 for Mediastinal Areas – Lungs, mediastinum and cardiac valves
Excellent overview. Explained thoroughly and succinctly. Thank you. Huge help.
By sabi y. on 23. January 2018 for Mediastinal Areas – Lungs, mediastinum and cardiac valves
Thank you Dr for the lectures. As an non English IMGs, I can't stop watching it again and again.
Thank you again for talking slowly.
By Alexis D. on 10. January 2018 for Descending Aorta – Thoracic Vessels
will highly recommend it to every medical student who want to do better in medschool
amazing anatomy course
By Ihab A. on 12. October 2016 for Respiratory Gross Anatomy
amazing and good explanation and illustration and i like clinical applied for anatomy .. keep going