See what you touch.
Rare visions of the human form explored through dissection.
Program running time: @1 hour, 53 min.
This volume covers the viscera of the abdominal, pelvic and thoracic spaces, and the fascia through which they relate. This volume also introduces into the mix of examples an unembalmed female form. The story of the layers of the form is continued where Vol. 3 left off, once the layers of the new form have been reflected in turn. The various organs are carefully explored at a pace coherent with the viscera themselves. The examples of the embalmed male and female form, whose viscera present clearly, create an ideal contrast to the unembalmed female form in which many adhesions are identified. The viewer is thus enabled to see both normal relationships and movements, as well as the sequelae to pathologies and surgeries.
A comprehensive understanding of the viscera and their fascial relationships requires a thorough understanding of the layers which surround them and form their context. All are strongly encouraged to engage the material in the first three volumes to achieve a full appreciation and understanding of Vol. 4. The material found on these disks is unique, cannot be found in books, and represents a leap beyond established regional perspectives.
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Each volume of this series presents the anatomy of human form, layer by layer, from an integral, whole body perspective. The DVDs in this series systematically document tissues and dissection perspectives missing from the established anatomical texts and videos. Skin, superficial fascia, deep fascia, muscle, visceral wrappings and viscera are dissected and demonsrated on camera as whole body layers in a series of truly unique and revealing sequences available nowhere else. In these DVDs, the viewer is brought directly into the laboratory as a first-hand eye-witness to the dissection and discovery process.
Because regional anatomy moves through the multiple layers of one region without ever exploring each layer across all regions simultaneously, the vision of the whole is lost, along with the advantages of comprehending the "big picture." Integral anatomy, with its whole body, layer by layer approach, stresses anatomical continuities and relationships previously overlooked or underdescribed in regional presentations. Integral anatomy is complementary to the essential and important study of regional anatomy. Both are needed and valuable, like different lenses in a professional camera bag, each capable of demonstrating a different perspective.
The visual proof and profoundly practical implications of this new approach can now be applied by professionals across a broad range of modalities. This series leads the viewer well beyond the boundaries of medical school anatomy and texts. The series is a must-have for any medical, allied or alternative health professional or student who wants their patient evaluations and treatments to be based upon a truly comprehensive knowledge of the human body.