This diagram of the foot will prove beneficial in understanding the bones of the foot better. When one looks at the anatomy of the foot, they would realize that the foot has a complex mechanical and structural architecture. The ankle joint is the shock absorber of the foot.
The right foot is associated with the right part of the body and left foot is associated with the left side of the body. The stomach, for example, is primarily located on the left side of the body so massaging and applying pressure to the left foot can treat stomach ailments.
The first foot pain diagram looks at the front and top of the foot, the second foot pain identifier looks underneath and at the back of the foot. Front Foot Pain Identifier This foot pain diagram shows common problems that cause pain on top of the foot at the front. A. Sinus Tarsi Syndrome
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Nerves: details the nervous anatomy of the mediastinum including notably the route of the phrenic and vagus nerves as well as the anatomy of the sympathetic trunk at the thoracic level. Heart: the external morphology of the heart in the mediastinum and the various chambers of the heart on the anatomical sections are detailed on these diagrams.
The superior mediastinum contains three visceral organs including the esophagus, the trachea and remnants of the thymus. The nerves that run through this area are three and there are also two different nervous plexuses.
Middle Inferior Mediastinum. The middle inferior mediastinum contains a single nerve which is the phrenic nerve, the heart and the pericardium. The vessels present include: the ascending aorta. the pulmonary trunk. the superior vena cava. the pericardiacoophrenic artery.
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Lungs are comprised of many different structures. The image on this page depicts the trachea, bronchi, and the several lobes of the left and right lungs. The trachea (windpipe) is the passageway that allows air to travel to and from the lungs.
The left and right lungs are very different. We have already noted that the mainstem bronchi are different, with the left mainstem bronchus being long and thin, while the right mainstem bronchus is short and fat. The left lung has only two lobes. There is a left upper lobe (LUL) and a left lower lobe (LLL).
The inferior lobe is the smaller of the two lung lobes and is situated below and behind the fissure and comprises almost the entire base, a large portion of the costal surface and a greater part of the posterior border. The lobe that is missing or is not present in the left lung when compared to the right lung is the middle lobe.
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