Definitive Dermatomyotomes (Out of Print)

Format Publication ID Version Published
Tutorial, Multimedia 7862 1 December 15, 2010

Description

This publication predates MedEdPORTAL Publication’s policy requiring authors to include all files and materials for end user implementation. To maintain the integrity of our peer review process, MedEdPORTAL Publications no longer permits content hosted on external sites.

This resource is a tutorial that was developed in Macromedia Flash to convey supplemental information about the normal structure, function, and segmental innervations of definitive dermatomyotomes. Its objective is to stimulate self-directed local and distance learning by creating a diagram, animations, and linked tables of the key structures (skin and skeletal muscles) derived from embryonic dermatomyotomes, and definitive neuromuscular relations as related to movements of the upper and lower limbs. The courseware is user friendly and complements didactic and practical (dissection) activities of preclinical health care professionals enrolled in human structure and medical embryology courses.

Citation

Reilly F, Allen E. Definitive Dermatomyotomes (Out of Print). MedEdPORTAL; 2010. Available from: www.mededportal.org/publication/7862

Educational Objectives

  1. To be able to learn the definitive structures derived from embryonic dermatomyotmes.
  2. To be able to understand a definitive neuromuscular relations and skeletal muscle function.

Keywords

  • Dermatomyotomes, Definitive Neuromuscular Relations, Skeletal Muscle Function, Segmental Innervation

Discipline

  • Dental
    • CNS/Neuroanatomy/Neuroscience

Competencies Addressed

  • Medical
    • Medical Knowledge

Academic Focus

  • Basic Sciences
    • Gross Anatomy
    • Neuroscience
    • Physiology

Organ Systems

  • Nervous system

Intended Audience

  • Professional School
    • Dental Student
    • Medical Student

Instructional Methods

  • Independent Study

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