here are some anatomy links for you. they are not exactly what you were asking about, but i think they will be helpful to you in your study of anatomy. the first two sites are very extensive so use links on them to check out what is available to students. i have plenty more, some on more specific topics.
- an interactive quiz program that was initially designed for freshman anatomy and physiology students presented by the university of minnesota - links you into lots of diagrams of anatomical structures to practice labeling
- these are online practice tests which involve labeling anatomical parts
. i noticed that the answers are visible at the bottom of the pages, so don't scroll down too far if you want to test yourself. there are several pictures to label within each of the various tests (look the the "next" button to move forward in the tests). there is a lot on this website if you take time to explore the links at the left of the page.
- this is gray's anatomy on line. you can enlarge the pictures. pictures of the bones not only name the various landmarks of the bones, but also show the areas where the various muscles and ligaments are attached.
- this is an anatomy tutorial. i especially like the bone box. good for reviewing the various landmarks on the bones. these are pictures of bone with lines pointing to various parts on each bone. by clicking on the number at the end of each pointing line the name of the structure appears in a box at the left side of the screen. however, muscles, nerves and arteries are also included in different links
- human anatomy online - a very nice anatomy site organized by the 10 body systems. by clicking on labels of the body parts you get to more specific pictures of the various organs and body parts. a very nice basic tour of human anatomy. the left side of each page has quick links to parts within each of the body systems as well as links to animations on the site.