System: Musculoskeletal


The scapula connects the humerus with the clavicle and forms the back of the shoulder (pectoral) girdle. It is a flat triangular shaped bone located posterolaterally on the thoracic cage.

Scapula - Interactive 3D Anatomy

Brachialis Muscle

The brachialis is the deepest muscle of the three muscles within the anterior compartment of the arm. The other muscles are the biceps brachii and the coracobrachialis.

brachialis muscle tutorial

Coracobrachialis Muscle

The coracobrachialis is one of 3 muscles in the anterior compartment of the arm. The other two muscles are the biceps brachii and the brachialis.


Biceps Brachii Muscle

3D interactive module and video tutorial on the anatomy of the biceps brachii muscle.

Biceps Brachii 3D anatomy

Popliteal Fossa

Learn about the anatomy of the popliteal fossa using this interactive 3D module and narrated video tutorial.

Popliteal Fossa 3D Anatomy

Cranial Fossae

The floor of the cranial cavity is formed by three cranial fossae: Anterior cranial fossa: houses the frontal lobes of the brain Middle cranial fossa: houses the temporal lobes of the brain Posterior cranial fossa: houses the brainstem and cerebellum

Quadratus Femoris

Quadratus Femoris The structure indicated is the quadratus femoris muscle. The quadratus femoris muscle is one of the muscles of the gluteal region. The muscles in the gluteal region are divided into a superficial and deep group. There are four muscles of the superficial group: Gluteus maximus Gluteus medius Gluteus minimus Tensor fasciae latae There are 5 muscles in the deep group: Gemellus superior Gemellus inferior Quadratus femoris Piriformis Obturator internus The deep muscles of the thigh are much smaller than the superficial group of muscles and generally serve to laterally rotate the femur at the hip joint. The quadratus …

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quadratus femoris