Anatomy for surgery is different from anatomy for Regional and Acute Pain Medicine. To make the images beautiful for Surgical Anatomy the presenters have to remove the fascia, which, in the case of RA and APM is what it is all about. For Anatomy for RA & APM we have to understand not only where the nerve lives, but also what it lives in, and there are certain concepts we simply HAVE to know; Must-Know Anatomy for RA $ APM.More »
In this section Professor Miguel Reina discusses very new discoveries in nerve microanatomy. This section also features the 3D reconstructions of lumbar spine and face MRI's made famous by the Spanish groups of Professors Reina and Prats-Galino.More »
Professor Paul Bigeleisen and his group from The Netherland did 1500 sagittal slices of the brachial plexus of a cadaver and photographed each slice separately before addiong all the slices together in these fascinating set of videos. More »
Dr. Yury Zasimovich works at the University of Florida in the Division of Acute and Perioperative Pain Medicine, of which he is the Associate Director. He has a strong interest and wide knowledge of sonoanatomy, and produced the content of this section in collaboration with Professor Boezaart and Dr. Barys Ihnatsenka. As sonoanatomists he and Dr. Barys Ihnatsenka are frequent invitees to meetings where they give lectures and do workshops on sonoanatomy.
Professor Andre Boezaart
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