Month: September 2013

Press Release


Pearl : The surgical importance of the brachialis lies in its nerve supply. The lateral part of the muscle is supplied by the radial nerve, and the medial part is supplied by the musculocutaneous nerve. Thus, the muscle can be split longitudinally without either side being denervated. Because the musculocutaneous nerve is the major nerve […]

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For Students / PG Aspirants

Physeal Anatomy

Physeal Anatomy Physeal Growth Plate (letters on left correspond to histology in top right) B. Reserve zone Cells store lipids, glycogen, and proteoglycan aggregates for later growth and matrix production Low oxygen tension   Gaucher’s diastrophic dysplasia Kneist* pseudoachondroplasia* C. Proliferative zone Proliferation of chondrocytes with longitudinal growth and stacking of chondrocytes. Highest rate of extracellular […]

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