Dissection of the dorsal side of a left foot to reveal the Hallucis Longus Tendon, which in union with its muscle of the same name (Hallucis Longus Muscle), is responsible for the extension of the big toe.
A band keratopathy is caused by subepithelial calcium deposition on the cornea.
More mesentery! This time around the large intestine. Note how heavily it’s vascularised to carry out all of the water and nutrient diffusion from our food to our blood stream.
Sliced right through the glutes! Not a fun time. Even though these wounds seem quite deep, they’re still within the realm of superficial, the adipose tissue covering the Gluteus Maximus has been sliced right through but the gluteal itself only has mild damage; it’s certainly not severed. The characteristic striations of skeletal muscle can be made out amidst the raspberry mango smoothie that is the adipose tissue, slap a band aid on it, she’ll be right.
Inspection of the upper right side of a child’s heart.
Since you guys love mummies so much
Here is a preserved child from the 1920’s in Italy’s Capuchin catacombs.
Bisected pregnant cat. Grant Museum of Zoology, London