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My visit to Stanford University’s Clinical Anatomy Lab

January 21, 2014


I recently visited Stanford University’s School of Medicine, specifically their Division of Clinical Anatomy. About a month prior to visiting I found they offered anatomy tutorials open to what seems to be anyone. I have a good deal of anatomy background, I talk about it all the time, I took your standard Anatomy and Physiology […]

The psoas rolls deep

December 24, 2013


From an upcoming, much longer, post detailing my visit to Stanford University’s Clinical Anatomy Lab, where I worked with cadavers: Dealing only in pictures the last few years really made me lose appreciation for how deep the psoas muscle is. We used one cadaver where, besides the skin, everything from the anterior trunk to the […]