A big factor that contributes to muscle force and speed is fascicle arrangement. Other factors such as fiber type, lever systems and load will be discussed in a separate article.
Plastinated brain in an open skull with a neural pathway specimen
Copyright: Gunther von Hagens, Institute for Plastination, Heidelberg, Germany
“it was trapped between two lungs”
Frederic Levy-Hadida: Love Streams 4 (top)/ Love Streams 1-3 (bottom)
HE THINKS HE’S AMBULANCE
First year epidemiology in a nutshell.
This cracked me up
George Bartisch, Ophthalmodouleia (Dresden 1583)
Home is where the heart is…
…and when you apply this stunning anatomy themed wallpaper to your study/living room/love nest then the age old adage could not be more appropriate.
Aorta have this in the office but in the meantime, while I save up some pennies, bring your own walls to life by visiting the designer and retailer of these unique works of
heart at the anatomyboutique
Complete Cardiac Transplant. (Warning: Graphic and not safe for work)
A supracondylar fracture of the humerus. These fractures happen at the distal end of the humerus above the medial and lateral epicondyles, which is basically your elbow. They’re usually seen in children who fall on and outstretched arm (and rarely on a flexed arm). The risk with these fractures is that the median nerve runs right through there and could be further damaged by the broken bone.