Recommended Resources

Listed below are anatomy resources fellow students have found useful!

(Also, don’t forget about textbooks – many of which are available online for free).

STUDYING ANATOMY:

VIRTUAL ATLASES:

Virtual atlases are essentially 3D models and dissectors (some you’ll even use in HARC). There are so many to choose from but these are all student approved:

ANATOMY TV: http://www.anatomy.tv.liverpool.idm.oclc.org/titles

ZYGOTE: https://www.zygote.com/

BIODIGITAL: https://human.biodigital.com/dashboard

Anatomy Revision

Teach Me Anatomy have great condensed notes and also an app that’s really useful for revision on the go: https://teachmeanatomy.info/head/areas/scalp/

Radiology

Radiopaedia is really helpful for looking at CT/MRI scans that may come up in spotters: https://radiopaedia.org/?lang=us

VIDEOS AND Dissection tools:

Acland Anatomy

These videos are really good at explaining core anatomy for second year modules (plus Dr Acland’s voice is so relaxing)!

https://aclandanatomy.com/

ANATOMY GUY

The videos are a really useful tool before starting dissection in third year, which can feel very daunting, as they even give tips for good techniques to use.

http://www.anatomyguy.com/category/pre-medical/human-dissection-labs-pre-medical/

Send in links to other resources you have found helpful!

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