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Complete Anatomy

Guided Dissection: The Pelvis

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About this course

By Dr. Shane Tubbs

Continue our virtual dissection series with an in-depth look at the pelvic region. Start with a detailed look at the structures of the female pelvis, including the reproductive organs and relationship of the surrounding peritoneum. Male content coming soon. This is a continued collaboration with Gray’s Surgical Anatomy providing high quality dissection videos to offer a clear and systematic guide to cadaveric dissection.

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Continue with our series of cadaveric instructional dissections, in collaboration with Gray’s family of textbooks, as we move from the abdomen to the pelvis, starting with the female pelvis.

Finally a dissection course that focuses on the female pelvis, demonstrating the relationship of the reproductive viscera, associated structures, and peritoneum.

Correlate the guided dissection against Complete Anatomy’s brand new and world-class female model.

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Learning Outcomes

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Have an overview understanding of the major viscera within the female pelvis.

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Be able to identify key blood vessels and nerves which transmit through the female pelvis.

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Appreciate the close relationship between the female reproductive organs and the surrounding peritoneum.

Author

Dr. Shane Tubbs
Dr. Shane Tubbs
Tulane University School of Medicine

R. Shane Tubbs, MS, PA-C, PhD is a native of Birmingham, Alabama, USA and a clinical anatomist, author, editor, and researcher. He is Professor of Neurosurgery, Neurology, Surgery, and Structural & Cellular Biology, Director of Surgical Anatomy at Tulane School of Medicine and Program Director of Anatomical Research in the Clinical Neuroscience Research Center at Tulane University School of Medicine, New Orleans, Louisiana. Dr. Tubbs is President-Elect of the American Association of Clinical Anatomists and serves as the Editor-in-Chief of the journal Clinical Anatomy. His h-index is 74 and in 2018, he was listed as a “hyperprolific author” in the journal Nature. He has also authored/edited over 50 books including Gray’s Anatomy Review editions 1-3, Gray’s Clinical Photographic Dissector of the Human Body editions 1 and 2, Netter’s Introduction to Clinical Procedures, the 5th through 8th editions of Netter’s Atlas of Anatomy, Nerves and Nerve Injuries volumes I and II, and Bergman’s Comprehensive Encyclopedia of Human Anatomic Variation. He is a section editor for the 41st and 42nd editions of Gray’s Anatomy. Dr. Tubbs was recently appointed Chair of the Federative International Programme on Anatomical Terminologies (FIPAT) and oversees six working groups dedicated to this topic. Under his leadership, the second edition of Terminologia Anatomica was just published.

Contents

Module 1
Anatomy of Female Pelvis
Relationship of obturator foramen and obturator nerve
Structures of the external genitalia
Review of placement of major pelvic viscera
Major structures providing blood and nerve supply to female pelvis
Blood supply to uterus and bladder with relationship of ureter.
Obturator artery and nerve and the pelvic floor.
Module 2
Female Reproductive Viscera and Peritoneum
Relationship of pelvic viscera and associated peritoneal pouches
Uterus, uterine tube, and ovary
Suspensory ligament, ovarian ligament, and round ligament
The broad ligament
Review of uterine tube and ovarian vessels
LECTURE 1
Anatomy of Female Pelvis

Relationship of obturator foramen and obturator nerve

Structures of the external genitalia

Review of placement of major pelvic viscera

Major structures providing blood and nerve supply to female pelvis

Blood supply to uterus and bladder with relationship of ureter.

Obturator artery and nerve and the pelvic floor.

LECTURE 2
Female Reproductive Viscera and Peritoneum

Relationship of pelvic viscera and associated peritoneal pouches

Uterus, uterine tube, and ovary

Suspensory ligament, ovarian ligament, and round ligament

The broad ligament

Review of uterine tube and ovarian vessels