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Triangles of the Neck (Visual mnemonic)

Default profile Authored By Sunjay Parmar on Sat 16th March 2013
There are various triangles of the neck, largely divided by the sternocleidomastoid muscle to form anterior and posterior triangles. Some triangles are more 'important' that others, and this simplified visual mnemonic hopes to emphasises this.

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Salamatu Akor
· Posted over 1 year ago
I studied the diagram today and it helped a lot. Thanks for the effort.
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Rahul Verma
· Posted 9 months ago
its great diagram help me so much
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Sunjay Parmar
[Foundation Doctor]
· Posted over 1 year ago
You're right that it's essentially a picture, and that's largely the point. I wanted to simplify the arrangements of the triangles to better appreciate the structures that surround their borders; alongside some mnemonics to remember some high-yield facts about them. Hope this helps
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· Posted over 2 years ago
Wow! That so fantastic! It's great idea to member so triangles of neck is hard to mem.
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Salamatu Akor
· Posted over 1 year ago
This just a diagram. No notes.
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[Medical student - Ahmadu Bello University Zaria, Nigeria]
· Posted 3 months ago
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Meagan Inman
[Medical student - Universität zu Köln ]
· Posted about 2 months ago
@Charlie Sheen = Epic Bi-Winning Haha! I'm definitely not going to have a problem remembering these. Thanks!
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[Medical Student - University of health sciences]
· Posted 28 days ago
Amm its good....!!Must have helped the person who has drawn it alot but aren't diagrams on netter atlas enough? I think so...
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Dawlat Eltatawy
[Medical student - Tanta university]
· Posted 18 days ago
I loved it :D Thanks
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