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sqadia.com is an online streaming service, that brings university lectures out of the auditorium.
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1. The Tongue
2. Muscles of Tongue
Section two is about Muscles of Tongue where the educator talks about Intrinsic Muscles in general and Intrinsic Muscles of Tongue. The educator then shifts towards the discussion of Extrinsic Muscles in general and Extrinsic Muscles of Tongue. Following this, a comprehensive demonstration of various Muscles of Tongue takes place. These muscles include Genioglossus Muscle, Hyoglossus Muscle, Styloglossus Muscle, and Palatoglossus Muscle. At the end of this section, the topic of Blood Supply to the tongue is covered followed by s demonstration of Lymph Drainage and Sensory Innervation.
3. The Palate
4. Muscles of Palate
5. Clinical Notes
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1. The Tongue
2. Muscles of Tongue
Section two is about Muscles of Tongue where the educator talks about Intrinsic Muscles in general and Intrinsic Muscles of Tongue. The educator then shifts towards the discussion of Extrinsic Muscles in general and Extrinsic Muscles of Tongue. Following this, a comprehensive demonstration of various Muscles of Tongue takes place. These muscles include Genioglossus Muscle, Hyoglossus Muscle, Styloglossus Muscle, and Palatoglossus Muscle. At the end of this section, the topic of Blood Supply to the tongue is covered followed by s demonstration of Lymph Drainage and Sensory Innervation.
3. The Palate
4. Muscles of Palate
5. Clinical Notes

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1. Skin and Deep Fascia
The following lecture comprehensively elaborates on the anatomical perspective of Sole of Foot. Section one of this lecture brings under consideration the Skin and Deep Fascia of Sole of Foot. The educator gives an overview of Skin and diagrammatically demonstrates the Sole of Foot. Later, a thorough elucidation of The Sensory Nerve Supply is carried out followed by a discussion on Deep Fascia. Moreover, the educator also sheds light on the muscles of Deep Fascia which include Plantar Aponeurosis and Plantar Fasciitis.
2. Muscles of First Layer
3. Muscles of Second Layer
4. Muscles of Third Layer
5. Muscles of Fourth Layer
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1. Skin and Deep Fascia
The following lecture comprehensively elaborates on the anatomical perspective of Sole of Foot. Section one of this lecture brings under consideration the Skin and Deep Fascia of Sole of Foot. The educator gives an overview of Skin and diagrammatically demonstrates the Sole of Foot. Later, a thorough elucidation of The Sensory Nerve Supply is carried out followed by a discussion on Deep Fascia. Moreover, the educator also sheds light on the muscles of Deep Fascia which include Plantar Aponeurosis and Plantar Fasciitis.
2. Muscles of First Layer
3. Muscles of Second Layer
4. Muscles of Third Layer
5. Muscles of Fourth Layer

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1. Overview
The following lecture addresses the topic of Rheumatoid Arthritis. In section one, the educator gives a detailed Overview of Rheumatoid Arthritis. In the start, General Aspects of Rheumatoid Arthritis are discussed followed by elucidation of its Epidemiology, Causes, Genetic Susceptibility, and HLA Subtypes. Subsequently, the educator sheds light on The Inflammatory Reaction that takes place in case of Rheumatoid Arthritis and highlights the Rheumatoid Factor. Furthermore, a deeper insight into the topic Rheumatoid Factor and Anti CCP is provided followed by an explanation of Joint Destruction and Synovitis. The educator also explains the Role of Cytokines in this disease.
2. Pathology
3. Clinical Features
4. Treatment
5. Clinical Practice Guidelines
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1. Overview
The following lecture addresses the topic of Rheumatoid Arthritis. In section one, the educator gives a detailed Overview of Rheumatoid Arthritis. In the start, General Aspects of Rheumatoid Arthritis are discussed followed by elucidation of its Epidemiology, Causes, Genetic Susceptibility, and HLA Subtypes. Subsequently, the educator sheds light on The Inflammatory Reaction that takes place in case of Rheumatoid Arthritis and highlights the Rheumatoid Factor. Furthermore, a deeper insight into the topic Rheumatoid Factor and Anti CCP is provided followed by an explanation of Joint Destruction and Synovitis. The educator also explains the Role of Cytokines in this disease.
2. Pathology
3. Clinical Features
4. Treatment
5. Clinical Practice Guidelines

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1. Tube on a Tube
2. Formation of Body Cavity
3. Serous Membranes
4. Clinical Correlates
5. Diaphragm and Thoracic Cavity
In section five, the educator speaks about Diaphragm and Thoracic Cavity. A comprehensive overview of Septum Transversum is presented after which information is given regarding The Thoracic Cavity. Moving forward, the educator highlights Formation of Diaphragm in detail and covers the topic of Diaphragmatic Hernias.
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1. Tube on a Tube
2. Formation of Body Cavity
3. Serous Membranes
4. Clinical Correlates
5. Diaphragm and Thoracic Cavity
In section five, the educator speaks about Diaphragm and Thoracic Cavity. A comprehensive overview of Septum Transversum is presented after which information is given regarding The Thoracic Cavity. Moving forward, the educator highlights Formation of Diaphragm in detail and covers the topic of Diaphragmatic Hernias.

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1. Components and Origin
2. Skull
3. Skull: Clinical Correlates
4. Vertebral Column
Section four is regarding the Vertebral Column. In the start, the educator presents a detailed overview of Vertebrae and Intervertebral Disc. Subsequently, Vertebral Column is comprehensively demonstrated followed by an extensive discussion on all of its Clinical Correlates.
5. Ribs and Sternum
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1. Components and Origin
2. Skull
3. Skull: Clinical Correlates
4. Vertebral Column
Section four is regarding the Vertebral Column. In the start, the educator presents a detailed overview of Vertebrae and Intervertebral Disc. Subsequently, Vertebral Column is comprehensively demonstrated followed by an extensive discussion on all of its Clinical Correlates.
5. Ribs and Sternum
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