Lab Video - Posterior Triangle of the Neck

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1. Review the bony landmarks. 720x528 480x352
2. Locate the accessory nerve and the roots of the cervical plexus. 720x528 480x352
3. Follow the internal jugular vein to its termination noting its tributaries. 720x528 480x352
4. Look for deep cervical lymph nodes and find the thoracic duct on the left. 720x528 480x352
5. Dissect the root of the neck to expose the subclavian arteries and their branches, the cervical sympathetic trunk and its ganglia, and the recurrent laryngeal nerve. 720x528 480x352
6. Cut the anterior scalene muscle to expose the costocervical trunk, the roots of the brachial plexus and nerves arising from them. 720x528 480x352