Anatomy Learning Resources
Duke University Medical School
 
Schedule
Detailed Reading List

LME = Langman's Medical Embryology. All other readings are from Gray's Anatomy for Students

Week
Lecture   Lab Pages Comments
1
1: Introduction & Typical Body Segment 4-33      
EB 1: Introductory Embryology LME: 36-43; 47-84; 104-106      
2: Typical Spinal Nerve 34-40; 57-87 1: Skin & Epaxial Muscles 4-56; 87-99; 111-122  skip suboccipital muscles on 99
         
2
3: Body Wall & Autonomics I 41-first half of 45; 124-179 2: Vertebra, Laminectomy, & Ventral Body Wall 101-111; 124-155  
EB 2: Cardiovascular System Development LME: 162-200      
4: Mediastinum & Heart second half of 45-first half of 49; 124-127; 177-203 3: Heart 177-243 Clinical Case 4 (237)
         
3
5: Breathing & Autonomics II 128-136; 158-177; 204-232 4: Lungs 124-179  
EB 3: Development of the Diaphragm and Lungs LME: 147; 201-207      
         
4
EXAM 1: Back & Typical Spinal Nerve        
EB 4: Gut Development LME: 208-231    
6: Coelom & Foregut 246-259; 262-265; 268-282; 292-300; 316-332; 382-390 5: Body Wall & Abdominal Viscera 264-265  
         
5
7: Midgut, Hindgut, & Posterior Gut 300-316; 333-336; 341 (lymphatics); 349-373; 378-381 6: Gut Removal & Posterior Abdomen 264-265; 336-340 Clinical Case 10 (399)
EB 5: UG Development  LME: 232-242 ; GAS Clinical Case 3 (505)      
    7: Inguinal Region 260-261; 282-291 Clinical Case 5 (394)
EB 6: Sexual Differentiation LME: 243-259      
         
6
8: Pelvic Organization & Hernia 406-462; 477-496; 462-468    
9: Pelvic & Abdominal Vessels 329-336; 471-477; 492-495 8: Perineum 436-438; 478-492; 497-503 Clinical Case 1 (504)
10: Abdominal & Pelvic Autonomics 341-347; 374-377; 417-418; 469-470      
    9: Pelvic Contents 441-447 Clincal Cases 5 & 7 (507, 509)
11: Brachial Plexus & Arm 650-730, 775-785 10: Shoulder & Arm Same readings as Lecture 11 Clinical Cases 1-3, 7, 9 (786-791)
         
7
EXAM 2: Thorax & Abdomen        
12: Forearm & Wrist 724-751 11: Flexor Compartment Same readings as Lectures 12 & 13 Clinical Case 6 (789)
13: Hand/Limb Development

751-774; 776; 781-784
LME: 133-4; 142-4; 145-7; 151-61

    Clinical Cases 5, 8 (788-790)
    12: Extensor Compartment & Hand Same readings as Lectures 12 & 13  
14: Lumbosacral Plexus 521-524; 537-540; 573-575; 628-637 13: Gluteal Region 512-537; 547-555; 568-569; 628-629 Clinical Case 3 (642)
         
8
15: Lower Limb Muscles & Actions 518-520; 545-551; 561-569; 589-592; 595-598 (Only on muscle) 14: Anterior Thigh & Leg 540-547; 555-599 Clinical Cases 1-3, 6 (638-645)
16: Foot 600-627; 633-635     Clinical Cases 5, 7 (644-646)
    15: Foot Same readings as Lecture 11  
17: Orthopedics TBE   16: Joints of the Upper & Lower Limb 514-515; 532-535; 575-584; 605-612; 651-655; 668-675; 724-729; 734-736; 754-756 (Only limb joints)   
         
9
EXAM 3: Limbs        
18: Head & Neck 796-811      
19: Skull & Facial Structures 812-829; 856-877; 1061-1070      
    17: Face & Scalp 856-879  
EB 9: Craniofacial and Pharyngeal Development LME: 133-141; 260-286      
20: Cranial Nerves 848-855 18: Skull - Small Group 812-827; Same readings as Lecture 19  
         
10
21: TBE 830-847, Clinical Case 3-5 (1073-5) 19: Interior of Cranium Same readings as Lectures 20 & 21  Clincal Case 8 (1078)
         
11
22: Eye & Ear 878-919 20: Eye & Orbit Same readings as Lecture 22 Clinical Case 7 (1077)
23: Anatomy of the Neck 947-984      
    21: Neck & Carotid Sheath 958-961; Same readings as Lecture 23 Clinical Case 4 (1074)
24: TBE   22: Retropharyngeal Space 948-950; 985-1013  
         
12
25: Cranial Autonomics 848-854, 864; 881, 883-4; 893-898; 912, 917-9; 934-7; 942-5; 979-81 23: Bisected Head I 985-997; 1041; 1026-9; 1052 Clinical Case 6 (1076)
26: Swallowing & Phonation 920-947; 1030-1054      
    24: Bisected Head II 1013-1044; 1048-54; Also see readings from Lecture 26   
27: Mastication 920-940; Also see readings from Lab 25 25: First Arch 920-946; 1034-7; 1052-60 Clinical Case 2 (1072)
13
EXAM 4: Head & Neck only        

 

 

 

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