Here, Dr. Craig Canby, illustrates the components and activities of the thoracic viscera bit-by-bit, e. g. the thorax, its pulmonary structures, esophagus and nerves.
Having completed much research on the subject, the lecturer additionally takes a look at complex mechanics: blood supplies, heart circulation or respiratory passageways.
This course covers, too:
pretty much understandable and good quality visuals but could be prepared more detailed regarding the chambers of the heart, cusps' orientation and papillary muscles.
I loved how PhD. Craig Canby explains this presentation,easy to understand,and love the interaction thats Lecturio creates
the part on parietal pleura is a bit unclear as it confuses us when the lecture only focuses on talking about the location of inferior border of visceral pleura. Moreover, it confuses me when you only talk about the anterior , middle and posterior part of the inferior mediastinum but not mentioning that in the superior mediastinum. It makes me hesitate whether there are anterior, middle and posterior parts in the superior and what viscera can we find there...
I like the clinical correlations that Dr. Canby uses to tie in the anatomy!