Wednesday, August 5, 2009

FREE herniated disc video

There's a new FREE video available from one of my favorite medical/anatomical animation producers Nucleus Medical Art.

Even if you don't care to discuss the herniation aspect, it's a nice animation showing the location and basic structure of an intervertebral disc.

Check out the other videos from Nucleus, many of which you might be able to use in your A&P course.


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1 comment:

Mister said...

After watching that video, I searched for information on disc anatomy and found this site:

http://www.chirogeek.com/000_disc_anatomy.htm

Great, great detail and it gave me an idea for demonstrating the anatomy of the disc with a small balloon filled with water, wrapped in silly putty, and sandwiched between two model vertebrae. VERY effective visual.

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