1. Introduction to Larynx, Pharynx, and Airway Anatomy

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    In this detailed presentation Dr. Bastian provides an illustrated introduction to larynx, pharynx, and airway anatomy. For more multimedia resources on disorders of the larynx, throat, and upper airways: http://bastianmedicalmedia.com

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    • Flatworms: The First Hunter

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      Flatworms look simple, but they were the first animals with a distinct head with stereo senses.

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      • The Respiratory System

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        Here are words that will be helpful to students doing a hands-on science inquiry to construct a working model of the respiratory system. They relate this model to the Essential Question: What are the organs of the respiratory system and what do they do?

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        • Flatworm Animation: Body Plan

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          Look inside a flatworm’s body to see the inner working of the first hunter.

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          • Post-Radiation Hypopharyngeal Stenosis

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            People with larynx or pharynx (voice box or throat) cancer often undergo radiation therapy as part of their treatment regimen. An uncommon complication is stenosis (narrowing, scarring) of the entrance to the upper esophagus at the junction of the throat and esophagus. This video provides at example of this disorder. For more multimedia resources on disorders of the larynx, throat, and upper airways: http://bastianmedicalmedia.com

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            • Biology of a monogenean parasite, _Neobenedenia_ sp.

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              A monogenean (flatworm) parasite, _Neobenedenia_ species, removed from the skin of a barramundi (_Lates calcarifer_) in laboratory culture. Marine Monogenea are studied by the Parasitology Section at the South Australian Museum. Principal Research Scientist Assoc Prof Ian Whittington compiled this short video to highlight several biologies and behaviours by a 'typical' monogenean parasite species from the skin and fins of its fish host. This captioned video shows attachment, gas exchange, egg manufacture and laying, the feeding process and egestion of digested wastes. The specimen, approximately 3 mm long, was captured on video in July 2011 in the laboratory of a former PhD student and now research collaborator, Dr Kate Hutson, James Cook University. Ongoing research by the South Australian Museum investigates species identification and 'species complexes' among _Neobenedenia_. For example, consult research published by I.D. Whittington (2004) in Folia Parasitologica 51: 109–122. See: http://folia.paru.cas.cz/pdfs/showpdf.php?pdf=20703

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