Musculoskeletal System

Learn the Anatomy of the human skeleton and how it interacts with the muscles of the body; understand the innervations, blood supply and actions of each individual muscle to build a good perspective of how the body works as a unit.
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The Human Body

1. Bone Anatomy Introduction

Understand bone shapes and their role within the human body, plus the key functional bones in the body - a very basic outline.

Clinical Conditions

1. Conditions of the Foot

Descriptions, presentations and secondary complications of common conditions of the foot.

2. Conditions of the Ankle

Know the descriptions, presentations and secondary complications of common conditions of the ankle.

3. Conditions of the Lower Leg

Descriptions, presentations and secondary complications of common conditions of the lower leg.

4. Conditions of the Knee

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5. Conditions of the Thigh

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6. Conditions of the Hip

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7. Conditions of the Lower Back

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8. Conditions of the Back and Neck

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9. Conditions of the Shoulder and Clavicle

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10. Conditions of the Arm

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11. Conditions of the Elbow

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12. Conditions of the Forearm and Wrist

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13. Conditions of the Hand

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Musculoskeletal Anatomy

1. Muscles of the Thigh

Understand the different muscle compartments of the thigh and their relative movements.

2. Key Anatomical Areas of the Thigh

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3. The Bones of the Leg

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4. The Bones of the Foot

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5. Muscles of the Lower Leg

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6. Bones of the Arm

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7. Bones of the Hand

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8. Muscles of the Upper Arm

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9. Muscles of the Forearm

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10. Key Anatomical Areas of the Arm

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