ℹAo abrir o tórax, não é necessário usar uma serra de osso ou uma tesoura gigante.
ℹComo mostrado neste vídeo, tudo o que você precisa é de um bisturi afiado!
ℹO necropsista remove o retalho torácico cortando as costelas na junção costocondral.
ℹAs junções costocondrais estão localizadas entre o final das costelas anteriormente e as cartilagens costais.
ℹEstas cartilagens costais são de cartilagem hialina e conectam as costelas ao esterno.
ℹCom a pressão, o bisturi cortará facilmente a cartilagem.
Autopsy technique 🔪🔪🔪
When removing the chest plate, one does not have to use a bone saw or giant lopping shears... As shown in this video, all you need is a sharp scalpel! The diener removes the chest plate by cutting the ribs lateral to the costochondral junction. The costrochondral junctions are located between the distal part of the ribs and the costal cartilages, which are bars of hyaline cartilage that connect the ribs to the sternum. With pressure, the scalpel will cut through the cartilage fairy easily.
Credit: Dr. Amjad Bhatt
This was an interesting project that I worked on, on behalf of www.getmadeup.com . I always enjoy doing the research for a job but it was particularly fascinating learning about @themackayclinic ‘s innovative procedure. It was lovely working with the @urbancroftfilm team who were all so focused, friendly and professional.
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Yes I have a leg on my couch. People don't know how hard it really is to get off the couch (especially when it's really comfy). Somedays I get off the couch to work out, other days I don't. Some days I utilize only stretching, other days I just blast the music. I have always had chunky ankles, until about 2 years ago. In the last 6 months my ankles have lost a lot of the extra swelling due to all my dietary changes. So to some, this post is going to be stupid but to me this post is everything because I have ankles and believe it or not is my 3rd favorite part of my body. #ankles#nikeshoes#nikegirl#bodypositive#body#humanbody#anklesocks
The Deep Frontal Line (DFL):
The DFL plays a major role in the body's support:
• lifting the inner arch;
• stabilizing each segment of the legs;
• supporting the lumbar spine from the front;
• stabilizing the chest while allowing the expansion & relaxation of breathing;
• balancing the fragile neck and heavy head atop it all.
Lack of support, balance and proper tonus in the DFL will produce overall shortening in the body, encourage collapse in the pelvic and spinal core, and lay the
groundwork for negative compensatory adjustments in all the other lines previously described.
The DFL is nearly everywhere surrounded or covered by other myofascia, which duplicate the roles performed by the muscles of the DFL. The DFL myofascia is infused with more slow-twitch, endurance muscle fibres, reflecting the role the DFL plays in providing stability and subtle positioning changes to the core structure to enable the more superficial structures and lines to work easily and efficiently with the skeleton.
When your life is the Show!
#WordPlay If you never experienced giving up either you not human or you to busy looking good to avoid looking bad and in the privacy of your own mindset you really not happy.. News Flash!!! We all experience it.. sometimes more than once a day.. See your face is like he desktop of s computer and your heart is like the hard drive.. The desktop doesn’t show you every program or driver on the screen.. Sometimes you down load programs to clear out old files.. For Humans you must down load new information and overwrite the old.. But as human beings we think we are fixed objects like a chair or a table.. The mind is not fixed it can grow and learn new behavior. You first have to accept the life experiences you downloaded 30 or 40 and for some 50 or 60 years ago.. Take a glass of Soda and pour water in it until all the soda is out the glass and it’s now filled with water..That’s you.. Challenge your ideas and views.. ask more questions and you will be surprised how most of what you made up wasn’t even about you it was about them not being able to share information the same way you don’t share information.
There is a battle with the Soul and the spirit of the man.. while the You just watches all happen in your head and you never open your mouth.. That’s the real battle.. and then you open your mouth and put it all on loud speaker for everyone to hear.. Corrupt thoughts from hurt and anger and fear of not being accepted.. Said my peace.. Word Play Episode coming in January 2019
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It is funny when people who have never done life drawing are appalled when I tell them I've been drawing from a real life naked model. But the human body is beautiful. This is a 1 hour sketch.
En la imagen mostrada puede observarse el círculo de Willis con múltiples placas de aterosclerosis en sus ramas, lo que llevo a este paciente a un derrame isquemico y por ende a la muerte.
El círculo de Willis es un anillo con forma poligonal, aproximadamente heptagonal, formado por la anastomosis (unión) de varias arterias en la base del encéfalo, concretamente en la fosa interpeduncular.
Este círculo se encarga de distribuir la sangre que llega desde las arterias carótidas internas y el tronco basilar hacia los hemisferios cerebrales izquierdo y derecho. Lo importante de la disposición que adoptan las arterias cerebrales en el círculo de Willis es que crea rutas de circulación redundantes.
Esto permite que ambos hemisferios sigan recibiendo un riego sanguíneo suficiente en caso de estenosis o bloqueo de alguna de las arterias que llevan sangre al anillo. En este caso todas las áreas presentan placas de aterosclerosis lo cual no le permitió a este paciente tener una vía de escape a la irrigacion sanguínea. Esta aterosclerosis intracraneal es una de las principales causas de la apoplejía isquemica.
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A Human is Fire within Water.
The body is mainly #Water.
The body’s function is #Fire.
The Qi that operates the Human Being is #Solar#Power.
Discover your Solar nature practicing Solar Qigong!
Learn how @ Solarqigong.com
Your jaws may drop at this record! Bernd Schmidt (Germany) has the largest gape which was measured at 8.8 cm (3.5 in) on 17 January 2015.
Bernd applied for the record after his son saw the previous record of 8.4 cm listed in the 2015 Guinness World Records annual.
To achieve the record, Bernd placed five metal rods in his mouth measuring from 8.4 cm (the record at the time) and another rod at 8.8 cm which was the length that earned him the title.