|Dissection of the Deltoid, Scapula, Pectoral|
While the cadaver is in the prone position, clean the deltoid and demonstrate the triangular and quadrilateral spaces and their contents.
Reflect the supraspinatus and dissect the suprascapular artery and nerve.
Turn the cadaver in the supine position to study the anatomy of the breast and clean the pectoralis muscle. Cover the back muscles with wet paper towels and use string to tie up the skin flaps on the back before flipping your cadaver.
Reflect the pectoralis muscle.
Reflect the pectoralis minor muscle in preparation for dissecting the brachial plexus and branches of the axillary artery.
|John A. McNulty, Ph.D.||Last Updated: Jul 27, 2013|
Created: Aug 18, 1996