Anatomy atlas

  1. Does anyone know of any good "anatomy atlas" websites? I have an upcoming lab exam coming for anatomy and would like to review online. We have to know all the bones for the human body
    They just give us a bunch a papers with the name of the bones but no actual vizualition of it. Our anatomy book contains some parts but not all!
    thanks!
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  2. 12 Comments

  3. by   Lisa1970
  4. by   dstudent
    Oh my gosh that's a lot of web sites, Lisa you must've done alot of research that's great. Good luck 101
  5. by   Lisa1970
    Let me know if you need more. I have a ton. I have quite a few different subjects.

    Good Luck to you
    Lisa
  6. by   nursing 101
    Thanks Lisa!
    My test is this coming Friday so I'll have plenty of time to study!
  7. by   Lisa1970
    My first test on the forst 3 chapters is tomorrow. I am so nervous. The more I study, the more I find that I didn't know :-(
  8. by   beaRNwhenIgroUP
    has anyone suggested the anatomy coloring books????

    i couldn't have lived without them...after i colored (yes colored like a kid ) each part i would label it and look up the function and write it right there in the coloring book - it's a good way to look at each individ part and then the system as a whole...

    hope you do well...&&& good luck on your test tomorrow!!!!


    sarah
  9. by   REDEEMED
    HI LISA1970

    ANY WEBSITE FOR PATHOPHYSIOLOGY?????????????????????

    :roll :roll
  10. by   ntigrad
    I agree with Sarah about the coloring book. You can get them at Barnes and Noble for about $15-20. In LPN school, the anatomy we learn is more condensed than RN courses are so depending on what you're taking it may be too much or just enough. Either way, it was very beneficial to me. I found myself knowing more about it than I needed for my tests, but there's nothing wrong with a little extra knowledge! Get one and also buy a set of colored pencils. Sometimes the places that you color are very tiny so pencils tend to work better because of that. Also, I got a set that had ten colors and then ten different shades and their accent color. I also made up my own color key. You can figure that out later. Good luck! Learn all you can because when it's time to do your OR rotation, the DRs will more than likely quiz you on your anatomy. I had that happen to me last week and I knew 9 out of 10 of the parts he asked me to identify. Not that I was graded on it, but you will feel like a goober if you don't know. Have fun and enjoy school! Jill
  11. by   beaRNwhenIgroUP
    originally posted by ntigrad
    i agree with sarah about the coloring book. you can get them at barnes and noble for about $15-20. in lpn school, the anatomy we learn is more condensed than rn courses are so depending on what you're taking it may be too much or just enough. either way, it was very beneficial to me. i found myself knowing more about it than i needed for my tests, but there's nothing wrong with a little extra knowledge! get one and also buy a set of colored pencils. sometimes the places that you color are very tiny so pencils tend to work better because of that. also, i got a set that had ten colors and then ten different shades and their accent color. i also made up my own color key. you can figure that out later. good luck! learn all you can because when it's time to do your or rotation, the drs will more than likely quiz you on your anatomy. i had that happen to me last week and i knew 9 out of 10 of the parts he asked me to identify. not that i was graded on it, but you will feel like a goober if you don't know. have fun and enjoy school! jill

    and...colored pencils are funnnnn!!!!:roll when was the last time you were allowed to color w/out people looking at you like you're crazy
  12. by   jdomep
  13. by   chicory
    I also reccomend the coloring books--there is one for anatomy and physiology too. It helped me tremendously.
  14. by   Dublin37
    I am in the same exact place and I am drowning! Had a quiz today on bones and failed I wish our teacher was test us a bit at a time. You know, like arms and legs one day, torso the next, then pelvic girdle etc. But noooooooooo! She has to do all body for 10 pts. Next Wed. it will be all body plus all skull (over 150 to memorize just for that!) and integumentary tissue! Anyway I will run out and get that coloring book today. Will that help me with all the processes/condyles etc? I also have a paper due! Eeeeeeeeeeeeek!
    cya, Heather

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