Get ready for you anatomy course. You may consider starting to study early. This could mean many things…going to the library, using google to search for tutorials, or talking to experts such as your university professors.read more
I just learned about an incredible NeuroAnatomy Software.
It allows you to master Neuroanatomy in just 2 short weeks.
The software includes illustrations, 8+ hours of animated lessons, and 3D models.
Check out them out here or at the banner below:
(there are free videos on their website)read more
The University of Minnesota has a bunch of great brain anatomy quizzes at this link.
The quizzes include pictures of the brain and a multiple choice answer format.
Awesome study material!
I found a really helpful video with skull anatomy mnemonics.
If you haven't heard of the mnemonic "OF PEST" then CHECK OUT THE VIDEO BELOW!
It not only gives you the mnemonic but also explains thoroughly how to remember each part. In addition this is a 3 part series.
***You can find the follow-up videos by checking out the channel of this user by clicking on the link below.***
The first part, which is shown below is noted as a
"Bone Tutorial- Neurocranium: Sphenoid Ethmoid Parietal Temporal Bones"
Here are study strategies for a gross anatomy course. This information comes from the University of Michigan medical school website so it should be credible.
It discusses out-of-the-box study methods to master anatomy. For example, it reveals how to maximize the Netter Atlas on CD.
Let me know what you think!