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  1. Terminology

    Terminology

    In Human anatomy, there are 7000+ terms that need to be learned. Start with the basic terminology and become familiar with the language used in anatomy. More.
    1. Types of body movements
      Learn the types of the movements of the Human body.
    2. Types of synovial joints
      The synovial joints are the main type of joint found around the body.
    3. Regions of the back and buttocks
      Regions of the back and buttocks seen from the posterior view.
    4. Directional terms and body planes
      Learn all the terms used to describe location in the Human body.
    5. Female body surface anatomy
      Body surface anatomy of the female seen anteriorly and posteriorly.
    6. Male body surface anatomy
      Body surface anatomy of the male seen anteriorly and posteriorly.
    7. Cavities of the body
      Learn here the cavities of the human body.
    8. Introduction to the brain
      Basic anatomy and function of the brain.
    9. Regions of the upper extremity
      Regions of the upper limb seen from the anterior and posterior views.
    10. Regions of the lower extremity
      Regions of the lower limb seen from the anterior and posterior views.
    11. Regions of the abdomen and thorax
      Regions of the abdomen and thorax seen anteriorly and posteriorly.
    12. Terminology
      [127 questions] - Describe anatomical directions, movements and regions of the human body.
  2. First look at bones and muscles

    First look at bones and muscles

    Before immersing in the vast amount of structures that you need to learn in anatomy, let’s start with the main bones and muscles found in the Human body. More.
    1. Main bones of the upper extremity
      Major bones of the shoulder, upper arm, forearm and hand.
    2. Main bones of the lower extremity
      Major bones of the hip, thigh, lower leg and foot.
    3. Main bones of the trunk
      Major bones of the thorax, abdomen and back.
    4. Main bones of the head
      Major bones of the skull.
    5. Main joints
      Overview of the major joints found in the body.
    6. Main muscles of the upper extremity
      Major muscles of the shoulder, upper arm, forearm and hand.
    7. Main muscles of the lower extremity
      Major muscles of the hip, thigh, lower leg and foot.
    8. Main muscles of the trunk
      Major muscles of the thorax, abdomen and back.
    9. Main muscles of the head and neck
      Major muscles of facial expression and mastication, and neck muscles.
  3. First look at neurovasculature

    First look at neurovasculature

    Blood and nerve impulses travel in your body thanks to intricate networks formed by these major arteries, veins and nerves that we are going to cover. More.
    1. Main arteries of the upper extremity
      Major arteries of the shoulder, upper arm, forearm and hand.
    2. Main arteries of the lower extremity
      Major arteries of the hip, thigh, lower leg and foot.
    3. Main arteries of the trunk
      Major arteries of the thorax, abdomen and back.
    4. Main arteries of the head and neck
      Major arteries of the head and neck.
    5. Main veins of upper and lower extremities
      Major veins and tributaries that drain the upper and lower limbs.
    6. Main veins of the trunk
      Major veins of the thorax, abdomen and trunk.
    7. Main veins of the head and neck
      Major veins of the head and neck.
    8. Main nerves of the upper extremity
      Major nerves of the shoulder, upper arm, forearm and hand.
    9. Main nerves of the lower extremity
      Major nerves of the hip, thigh, lower leg and foot.
    10. Main nerves of the trunk
      Major nerves of the thorax and abdomen.
    11. Main nerves of the head and neck
      Major nerves of the head and neck.
    12. First look at neurovasculature
      [190 questions] - Anatomy and function of the main blood vessels and nerves.
  4. First look at systems

    First look at systems

    A organ system is a group of anatomical structures that work together to perform important tasks in your body. Let's take a look at all the systems that make ... More.
    1. Skeletal system
      Main bones of the human body
    2. Cardiovascular system
      Main organs, arteries and veins of the cardiovascular system.
    3. Nervous system
      Main organs and nerves of the nervous system.
    4. Respiratory system
      Main organs of the respiratory system
    5. Digestive system
      Main organs of the digestive system
    6. Endocrine system
      Main organs of the Endocrine System
    7. Integumentary system
      Structure and layers of the skin.
    8. Lymphatic system
      Main organs and nodes of the lymphatic system

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