Specification of Cadaver

1. Standing  plastinated whole body female cadaver:  showing the visceral organ of the thorax, abdomen and pelvic region.

1.1 Thorax and abdominal wall Is removed showing the visceral organs:

–  right lung attached with trachea and bronchus remained

– left lung Is removed to expose the heart

– part of liver and greater omentum Is removed to expose the stomach

– Stomach Is lifted up, part of transverse colon, ileum Is removed to reveal the duodenum , pancreas and      spleen

– pelvic region Is dissected showing the vessels, nerves and pelvic floor

– kidneys attached with ureter and urinary bladder in situ

1.2 Face and neck are dissected.superficial and deep

– showing the face and neck muscles, facial nerves, facial arteries and veins, parotid glands and duct, submandibular gland, thyroid glands, and vessels and nerves of the neck

1.3   upper limb, anterior and posterior are dissected superficially and deep 

– showing arteries, veins and nerves, muscles and tendon of axilla region, cubital    fossa, forearm and dorsal of hand and palm of hand.

1.4  lower limb, anterior and posterior are dissected superficially and deep 

–  showing the vessels, nerves , muscles, tendons of the femoral region, gluteal region, popliteal fossa, medial    and lateral of the ankle,  dorsal of foot and sole of the foot.

2. Standing plastinated whole body cadaver ( muscle Man)

2.1  Face and neck

– Superficial :  Face -showing Face muscles such as the orbicularis oculi, temporalis, orbicularis oris, masseter, levator anguli oris, facial nerves, parotid gland with ducts

– Neck- plastysma muscle partly remove, showing main muscles of the neck such as the sternocleidomastoid, hyoid , omohyoid, levator scapulae. Superficial veins and nerves remain.

– Deep :  Face – part of mandible removed, part of masseter remove exposing the buccinator muscle, digastric posterior belly muscles,  parotid gland and ducts remained, facial artery and veins.

– Neck-  muscles of the neck, common carotid artery and branches , external jugular veins and branches, vagus nerve, submandibular gland and thyroid gland.

2.2 Upper limb

– Superficial :  anterior and posterior muscles . Thorax region showing the pectoral major, biceps, triceps , lattimus dorsai, muscles of forearm, aponeurosis of hand, cephalic veins, major axilla vessels and nerves

– Deep dissection:  deep anterior and posterior muscles. Thorax region showing the intercostal muscles, pectoral major Is removed, showing the pectoral minor which  partly remove exposing the axilla arteries, and nerves, the cubital fossa, forearm and muscles, tendons, vessels and nerves of hand.

2.3. Lower limbs:

– superficial and deep dissection of femoral region, gluteal region, popliteal fossa, lower leg, medial and lateral of ankle, and foot

3. Plastinated cadaver which sectioned  into 4 parts

– The body is sectioned to 2 parts – upper and lower regions.

– The lower and upper part of the body are cut mid-sagittal sectioned : 2 upper region and 2 lower region.

3.1 Upper region – 2 items

left – deep dissection

right – superficial dissection or vice versa

– Face and neck showing superficial and deep muscles, arteries, veins, parotid gland and duct, submandibular gland and thyroid glands

– thorax and mediastenum

– shoulder, axilla, forearm , cubital fossa and palm of hand

Showing superficial and deep muscle , vessels( artery and veins) , nerves and tendons

3.2. Lower region – 2 items

left – deep dissection

right superficial dissection

Abdomen:  posterior muscles and nerves

Pelvic region:  arteries, vessels, nerves, the pelvic floor

Lower limb:  femoral region, gluteal region, popliteal fossa, lower leg, medial and lateral of ankle, sole of foot and dorsal of foot

Showing superficial and deep muscles, arteries, veins, nerves, muscles and tendons