Lab Video - Superficial Back

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1. Prepare the cadaver for dissection as described under Care for the Cadaver. 512x400
2. Review the bony anatomy. 720x528 480x352
3. Begin to remove the skin from the back as shown in Figure 1. 720x528 480x352
4. Separate skin from subcutaneous connective tissue. 720x528 480x352
5. Complete the removal of skin and superficial fascia of the back. 720x528 480x352
6. Dissect out an exemplary cutaneous nerve or two and clean the trapezius and latissimus dorsi muscles. 720x528 480x352
7. Reflect trapezius, identify its blood and nerve supply, and locate the greater occipital nerve. 720x528 480x352
8. Reflect latissimus dorsi, levator scapulae, and the rhomboids and identify their blood and nerve supply. 720x528 480x352