Author: Ashton Luxgrant

4 years in the making: The full female model

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We know you have been waiting for us to release a female counterpart to our male gross anatomy model, and the wait is nearly over! Coming in July 2021, Complete Anatomy is bringing you the much-requested full female gross anatomy model ?‍♀️ ♀.READ POST

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

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For many countries across the world, October marks Breast Cancer Awareness month. This international health campaign originally started in the United States in 1985. The goal was to educate women about breast cancer and early detection tests, ultimately letting women take control of their breast health.READ POST

The Popliteal Fossa

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At the posterior aspect of the knee? lies the popliteal fossa. It is a diamond shaped♦️area that holds several important nerves and vessels that travel from the thigh to the knee. In this snippet we will take a closer look at its borders and contents. READ POST

Rotator cuff tear: The Facts

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Often rotator cuff injuries are associated with professional athletes, such as pitchers⚾️ and tennis players?. However, a majority of patients are those ages 50 and over.READ POST

Innervation of the eye

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The eye is an amazing and complex structure ?. In fact, the only other organ that’s more complex than is the brain. Incredibly, the eye is made up of over 2 million working parts — the optic nerve alone contains between 770,000 and 1.7 million nerve fibers ?.READ POST

The mandible and its features

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In 2015, scientists working in Ethiopia found the earliest known fossil of the ancestral line of humans. This fossil was of the mandible, also known as our jawbone.READ POST

Vasculature of the eye

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Have you ever taken a photo with friends, but then on a closer look your eyes come out piercing red ?? Red eyes in photos are caused by the light from the flash bouncing off the capillaries in your eyes ?! READ POST