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How We Move: The Gross Anatomy of Motion

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<p>Discover the structures and systems of human locomotion as you explore the gross anatomy of movement with guidance from an award-winning professor.</p>


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  • 01: The Essential Language of Anatomy
  • 02: Bones as the Body’s Framework of Movement
  • 03: Joints: Structure Determines Function
  • 04: The Terminology of Movement Patterns
  • 05: Muscles as Systems for Motion and Support
  • 06: The Role of the Nervous System in Movement
  • 07: The Spine: Fundamentals of the Body’s Axis
  • 08: The Skeleton of the Head and Torso
  • 09: The Many Muscles of the Head and Neck
  • 10: Back Muscles: Layering and Movements
  • 11: Torso Muscles: Thoracic, Abdominal, and Pelvic
  • 12: Digital Cadaver Lesson: Head, Neck, and Torso
  • 13: The Brachial Plexus of the Upper Limb
  • 14: The Shoulder: Mobility versus Stability
  • 15: Shoulder to Elbow: The Anatomical Arm
  • 16: The Complexity of the Forearm and Wrist
  • 17: The Hand and How It Works
  • 18: Digital Cadaver Lesson: The Upper Limb
  • 19: Nerve Plexuses of the Lower Limb
  • 20: The Multiplex Pelvis and Its Hip Joint
  • 21: The Thigh: Our Largest Bone and Its Muscles
  • 22: Knee to Ankle: The Anatomical Leg
  • 23: The Features of Our Complicated Feet
  • 24: Digital Cadaver Lesson: The Lower Limb

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Elizabeth A. Murray


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