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Abdomen & Pelvis Anatomy Spots Labelled

Abdomen & Pelvis Anatomy Spots Labelled




Gross Anatomy of Spleen (Dissected Specimen)

Gross Anatomy of Spleen (Dissected Specimen)

Gross Anatomy of Spleen (Dissected Specimen)






Abdominal Blood vessels labelled on Gross anatomy specimen

Gross Anatomy of Kidney Labelled(Dissected Specimen)


Gross Anatomy of Liver Labelled (Dissected Specimen)




Gross Anatomy of Liver Stomach after dissection


Gross Anatomy of Kidney Labelled (Dissected Specimen)


Gross Anatomy of Spleen in anatomical position Labelled (Dissected Specimen)


X-Ray Lumbar region for anatomy spotting and OSPE





X-Ray KUB Lumbar region for anatomy spotting and OSPE





X-Ray KUB Lumbar region for anatomy spotting and OSPE




Bony framework of pelvis



Prostate gland gross specimen



Gross anatomy of lower abdomen labelled model


Gross anatomy Aorta and its branches labelled
















Gross anatomy specimen model: Posterior abdominal wall and blood vessels

Gross anatomy specimen: Nerves originating from lumbar region






Gross Anatomy of Liver
Dissected specimen Labelled




Dissection hall abdomen labelled 









Gross anatomy of pancreas dissected specimen labelled

Gross anatomy of pancreas dissected specimen labelled



Gross anatomy specimen
Uterus and ligaments
Dissected specimen





Dissected kidney specimen labelled




Upper gastrointestinal tract labelled gross anatomy specimen












Gross anatomy specimen: Abdomen



Testis labelled 





Posterior abdominal wall specimen labelled


X-Ray Lumbar region for anatomy spotting and OSPE labelled 


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