Anatomy levels | Online study notes for Doctors, Nurses & Paramedics


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Anatomy levels of the human body are the short medical study notes for medical students. these medical study notes are especially for medical students like MBBS students, nursing students, and paramedic studies.

These top anatomy levels are just the online study notes points and notes collected from different sources and complied at a place so as it is helpful for the medical students as well as medical persons.

These short anatomical level notes can be used by medical doctors, working nurses, and paramedics in hospitals and clinics. Here are the online study notes for doctors , nurses and other paramedics

Anatomy levels Online study notes for Doctors Nurses and Paramedics
Anatomy levels Online study notes for Doctors Nurses and Paramedics

TOP ANATOMY LEVELS [Online Study Notes]

1. C1-C2 VERTEBRA: vocal cords

2. C2-oropharynx and soft palate with mouth open

3. C3-hyoid bone

4. level of the larynx in infants-C2-C3

5. level of the larynx in adults-C3-C6

6. C3-C4:bifurcation of common carotid artery

7. C4 &C5-thyroid cartilage

8. C6- cricoid cartilage

9. C6- Begining of the trachea

10. C6- begining of esophagus

11. C7-vertebra prominence

12. thyroid lobe superior extent-oblique line of thyroid cartilage

13. isthmus of thyroid gland-2nd through 4th tracheal rings

14. thyroid lobe inferior extent-sixth tracheal ring

15. spine at the root of scapula-opposite third thoracic spine

16. thoracic inlet-T1

17. the superior angle of scapula-overlies part of 2nd rib-1st intercostal space superior to angle/T2

18. jugular notch-T2&T3 vertebral junction

19. carnia-T3-4 or T4

20. manubrium Sterni-T3&T4

21. sternal angle-T4&T5

22. body of sternum-T5to T9 vertebra

23. greater splanchnic nerve-T5-T9 sympathetic ganglia

24. apex of heart/mitral value-5th intercostal space

25. base of heart/supine position-T5 to T8 vertebra

26. base of heart/erect position-T6 to T9

27. oblique fissure of lung-T6

28. inferior angle of scapula-T7

29. vena cava foramen-T8

30. xiphoid process-T9

31. xiphisternal joint-T9 vertebra typically

32. esophageal hiatus-T10

33. termination of oesophagus-T11

34. lesser splanchnic nerve-T10-T11 sym ganglia

35. least splanchnic nerve- T12 sym ganglia

36. aortic hiatus-T12

37. coeliac trunk branch of abdominal aorta-T12

38. median arcuate logament of respiratory diaphragm- T12 &L1 junction

39. pulmonary valve-left 2nd intercoastal space medial

40. aortic valve-right 2nd intercoastal space

41. tricuspid valve-right lower sternum

42. nipple in male-4th intercostal space in the midclavicular line

43. transpyloric plane-L1

44. celiac trunk-L1 superior border

45. superior mesenteric artery-L1 inferior border

46. pylorus of stomach-L1

47. 1st part of duodenum-L1

48. left renal vein-L2

49. 2nd part of duodenum-L1,L2,L3right side

50. 3rd part of duodenum-L3

51. left crus of diaphragm-L2

52. right crus of diaphragm-L3 vertebra

53. inferior mesenteric artery-L3

54. subcoastal plane-L3

55. spinal cord termination L1 in adults, L3 in Newborns

56. spleen-obliquely along the axis of 10th rib

57. right kidney

  • Superior pole-T12
  • Inferior pole-L3
  •  Hilum-L1

58. left kidney

  • • Superior pole-T12
  • • inferior pole-L3
  • • Hilum-L1

59. pancrease head-L2&L3

60. umbilicus(in supine/recumbent position)-disc between L3-L4

61. bifurcation of abdominal aorta-L4

62. supracristal plane/higheat point on illiac crest-L4

63. transtubercular plane-L5

64. origin of inferior vena cava-L5by by

65. anterior superior illiac spine-S1/sacral promontary

66. posterior auperior illiac spine-S2

67. pubic symphysis-tip of the coccyx

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