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nice thread...useful material...thanx alot !!!!
These are very useful! Thanks! I don't know which anatomy is best for step 1 USMLE. I have Kaplan's but seems a bit short.
A wonderful thing to go through. Thanku buddy 4 this superb job!
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Here is another useful link for studying anatomy: Study Less. Learn More.

The site will take you through learning drills to help you memorize information.
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Download the entire collection of Anatomy and Physiology notes written by Dr. Reeder. Excellent compilation with very thorough information and yet very concise (for those of us who are running a little short on time).
Great choice to complement your coursework.

Download link: Download Complete Anatomy and Physiology Notes

The unique feature about these notes is that both Anatomy and Physiology are integrated and taught together. A must have for any medical student.

All documents are in PDF.

Very rare to find elsewhere on the internet. Enjoy!

Chapter 1 – Major Themes of Anatomy and Physiology
Chapter 2 – The Chemistry of Life
Chapter 3 – Cellular Form and Function
Chapter 4 – Genetics and Cellular Function
Chapter 5 – Histology
Chapter 6 – The Integumentary System
Chapter 7 – Bone Tissue
Chapter 8 – The Skeletal System
Chapter 9 – Joints
Chapter 10 – The Muscular System
Chapter 11 – Muscular Tissue
Chapter 12 – Nervous Tissue
Chapter 13 – The Spinal Cord, Spinal Nerves, and Somatic Reflexes
Chapter 14 – The Brain and Cranial Nerves
Chapter 15 – The Autonomic Nervous System and Visceral Reflexes
Chapter 16 – Sense Organs
Chapter 17 – The Endocrine System
Chapter 18 – The Circulatory System: Blood
Chapter 19 – The Circulatory System: The Heart
Chapter 20 – The Circulatory System: Blood Vessels and Circulation
Chapter 21 – The Lymphatic and Immune System
Chapter 22 – The Respiratory System
Chapter 23 – The Urinary System
Chapter 24 – Water, Electrolyte and Acid-Base Balance
Chapter 25 – The Digestive System
Chapter 26 – Nutrition and Metabolism
Chapter 27 – The Male Reproductive System
Chapter 28 – The Female Reproductive System
Chapter 29 – Human Development

Download link: Download Complete Anatomy and Physiology Notes
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here's a link for 3D model of the human body (in anatomy) seems really gud ...there are videos, animations and beautiful illustrations...maybe you know this site since before.
it says : "With the Visible Body, you can:

  • Search for and locate anatomical structures by name.
  • Hide, rotate, see through, and explore parts of human anatomy.
  • Move the model in three-dimensional space, by either clicking directly on the
    model or using the virtual joystick.
  • Zoom in and out, using either the on-screen zoom slider or a mouse scroll wheel.
  • Click on systems or structures to make them transparent or hide them entirely.
  • Click on anatomical structures to reveal names. "
Visible Body | 3D Human Anatomy
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please try "histology world" its really good
Ov course histo is part of Anatomy, this portion is also going to b added to the blog, thnks for ur suggestion, waiting for further suggestions too
the best way to study gross anat: buy bd chaurasia its really simple nd complete . take it daily to ur gross anat lecture just go on adding additional points which ur teacher teaches. after college just go thru it for an hour or so ..but do it as nd when the weekends learn up the material. for embryo read before the class. same with neuro. get the imps from ur seniors. they r the only important thing to crack the first year .
hey....thanx for sharing wonderful material hear...
please try "histology world" its really good
which book will you recommend for histology as text book?
great info!!! thanks bro! definitely helpfull...:happy:
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