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☕CoffeeQueen☕ Jul 24
Let's see what you guys think! Got a bunch of hate for my ears on Fb but I like em. Anyway, some fantasy ears!!!! And tuan-ti*
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Andrew Dixon Jul 26
My neck anatomy lecture is the current free featured video on . It focuses on deep neck spaces and has a few labeled quizzes to keep you interested 😜 WATCH:
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🌛salty🌜 Jul 14
here are some tips i put together 💃
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mol mir Jul 17
Happy ! Here are some of my watercolor/colored pencil drawings of planarians & their cells ✨💖🔍
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PT flashcards Jul 17
Brodmann's Area and associated lesions 🧠 References: Mowzoon, Snell and Waxman 📚
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Dr. Heather F. Smith Jul 19
Excited to share our recent publication in on importance of teaching anatomy with dissection during COVID-19. "Medical students should dissect real cadavers, not electronic ones, simply because patients are real people, not virtual ones"
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Thea Knowles Jul 30
Just found out Netter's Atlas of Anatomy for Speech, Swallowing, and Hearing has a FREE online companion (i.e., students don't even need to buy the book!) that includes quizzes and lots of labelling exercises.
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PT flashcards Jul 20
Cranial Nerves (Motor and Sensory Distribution): Schema 🧠 Referrences: Atlas of Human Anatomy (6th edition) by Netter 📒
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Mikaela Stiver Jul 21
A colourful little illustration of the that I put together in early June to accompany a brilliant friend's research 🧠🤓🔬 I'd love to do more of these. Get in touch if I can draw you some —for your research or just for fun!
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I Heart Histo Jul 16
🌸🌸 Rectal Daisies 🌸🌸 A bouquet not to be sniffed at! The mucosal lining of the rectum/colon contains many short glands (the flowers) lined by goblet cells (the petals) that secrete mucus to lubricate the tube! 📷 by the ever fragrant
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Charlotte Vestrup Rift 9h
I found this forgotten book on my bookshelf. It is called 'Sundhed for alle' in Danish and was published in 1916 translated from the book 'The School of Health' by Alfred B. Olsen. It has some beautiful anatomical pop up charts 🙂📚
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Frank Gaillard 16h
Asking for a friend 😳 What's this little red sulcus that often divides the superior frontal gyrus into a medial and lateral component called? (yellow = superior frontal sulcus)
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MocucuMo Jul 9
Needed to draw this out cuz I don't rmb how proportion and stuff work anymore 😂💪
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the good nerocrane Jul 20
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I Heart Histo Jul 30
🦄 Unicorn Vagina 🦄 A non-keratinized stratified squamous legend arising from the vaginal mucosa.
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foxwafflesdraws Jul 14
figure studies today. used various base books i have lying around plus the og senshistock
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Prof Gabrielle Finn Jul 13
Very excited to see our latest project come to fruition. Pre-order on amazon. A pleasure to work with , albeit virtually.
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Past Medical History Jul 30
Anatomy of the spinal column from Traité complet de l'anatomie de l'homme by J.M. Bourgery (1797-1849)
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Past Medical History Jul 24
Anatomy of the hand from 1918 edition of Gray's Anatomy by Henry Vandyke Carter
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Team OrthoBullets Aug 1
The inferior and superior gluteal nerves are designated as such based on their relationship to the piriformis muscle. Review more important concepts about the piriformis on the most recent episode of The Orthobullets Podcast.
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