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Triangles of neck are the chief focus of this sqadia.com medical V learning lecture. At the onset of this lecture, triangles, quadrilateral outline and sternocleidomastoid muscle has been deliberated. Following this anterior triangle and its subdivisions have been explicated. Furthermore, posterior triangle and its subdivisions have been expounded thoroughly. The latter include subclavian and occipital triangle. Moreover, clinical significance has also been elaborated.
The following lecture is devoted to the demonstration of Triangles of Neck. Section one primarily focuses on the Overview of Triangles of Neck. The educator comprehensively explains the concept of Quadrilateral Outline. After this, The Sternocleidomastoid Muscle is brought to light and thoroughly discussed.
Section two sheds light on the Anterior Triangle. In this section, the educator extensively speaks about the Boundaries and Roof of Anterior Triangle. Apart from this, light is shed on the Contents of Anterior Triangle after which the specific Muscles present here are highlighted.
Subdivisions of Anterior Triangle
Section three brings under consideration the Subdivisions of Anterior Triangle. Firstly, a comprehensive overview of the Subdivisions is presented by the educator. Moving forward, the educator demonstrates four Subdivisions of Anterior Triangle which include Submental Triangle, Carotid Triangle, Digastric Triangle, and Muscular Triangle.
Section four accommodates the explanation of Posterior Triangle. First of all, the Boundaries of Posterior Triangle are reported. Subsequently, the educator presents thorough information regarding the Roof and Floor of Posterior Triangle. In addition to this, the Contents present in the Posterior triangle are discussed along with an extensive elucidation of the Nerves, Arteries, and Veins supplying this triangle.
Subdivisions of Posterior Triangle
In section five the educator explains various Subdivisions of Posterior Triangle. The educator provides an overview of Subdivisions and then elaborates separately on each one. These Subdivisions of Posterior Triangle include Subclavian Triangle and The Occipital Triangle. Apart from this, the Deep Fascia of Neck is discussed in detail. The educator concludes this section by highlighting the Clinical Significance of Subdivisions of Posterior Triangle.