Mediastinal Areas – Anatomy | Medical Education Videos

Watch this medical education video about the mediastinal area and prepare for your next anatomy exam!

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Your lecturer is Dr. Craig Canby. He is Professor of Anatomy at the Des Moines University of Iowa. After studying biology and chemistry, he made his Ph.D. in anatomy. His research is primarily focused on anatomical variations and technology-enabled student learning. Because of his skills in medical education he has won several teaching awards such as the DPT Award for Teaching Excellence or the DMU Distinguished Teaching and Service Award.

The video “Mediastinal Areas” is part of the lecture “Lungs, Mediastinum and Cardiac Valves” of the online medical course “Thoracic Viscera”. It provides an excellent overview of the different areas in the mediastinum.

You will learn more about:

1. Superior mediastinum
2. Superior and anterior mediastina
– Thymus
3. Middle mediastinum
– Pericardium
– Heart
– Great vessels
4. Topography of heart and auscultation points
– Aortic valve
– Pulmonary valve
– Right atrioventricular valve
– Left atrioventricular valve

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Copyright: The images used in this presentation were sourced from:
Paulsen and Waschke: Atlas of Human Anatomy, 15th edition, Elsevier GmbH 2011


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