Listed below are anatomy resources fellow students have found useful!
(Also, don’t forget about textbooks – many of which are available online for free).
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
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/
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:
These videos are really good at explaining core anatomy for second year modules (plus Dr Acland’s voice is so relaxing)!
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.
Send in links to other resources you have found helpful!