Complete Human Anatomy - Latin

By Anatking
Tags: human anatomy, anatomy, latin

!WARNING! The series of human anatomy decks contain photos of real human cadavers which might be disturbing to some users.

The Complete Human Anatomy is a deck containing 7623 cards based on 1429 human cadavers pictures made in a real dissecting room. This particular deck focuses on bones, muscles, arteries, veins, nerves, ligaments, plexuses, joints and organs of the whole human body. Making it a compendium of human anatomy that can teach you much more than any anatomy atlas.

The Complete Human Anatomy deck contains Upper limb, Lower limb, Thorax, Abdomen and pelvic cavity, Head and neck and Central Nervous System decks.

Each picture is signed, verified and lets the user type in the name of pointed anatomical structure what is the best possible option to prepare for anatomy exam. Personally, using only the COMPLETE ANATOMY I’ve passed my practical exam with an A- grade, and haven’t ever opened a book to study.

The deck is intended for med students all around the world to help them pass, what is for many, the hardest subject during all years of med-school, but people who would just like to study human anatomy for fun, won’t find a better option because to start learning anatomy with the Complete Human Anatomy you don’t have to study before, meaning that the entry lvl is at 0.

In all the decks following abbreviations have been used:

  • Arteria / Artery - a.
  • Vena / Vein - v.
  • Nervus / Nerve - n.
  • Musculus / Muscle - m.
  • Ligamentum / Ligament - lig.
  • Dexter - dex.
  • Sinister - sin.

Creating this decks took many hundreds of hours for few people, but it’s only human to make mistakes, so if you find a mistake, spelling error or some kind of bug or if you have any suggestions please let me know and contact me on reddit: CompleteHumanAnatomy

The deck language is Latin.

The deck is available both in Latin and English, and it’s part of a bigger project called “COMPLETE ANATOMY” the full list of all the decks can be found below:


!!!SAMPLE!!!

Sample containing 60 photos and 60 cards (10 from each deck) is available for free both in: LATIN & ENGLISH

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Complete Human Anatomy - English

By Anatking
Tags: human anatomy, anatomy, english

!WARNING! The series of human anatomy decks contain photos of real human cadavers which might be disturbing to some users.

The Complete Human Anatomy is a deck containing 7623 cards based on 1429 human cadavers pictures made in a real dissecting room. This particular deck focuses on bones, muscles, arteries, veins, nerves, ligaments, plexuses, joints and organs of the whole human body. Making it a compendium of human anatomy that can teach you much more than any anatomy atlas.

The Complete Human Anatomy deck contains Upper limb, Lower limb, Thorax, Abdomen and pelvic cavity, Head and neck and Central Nervous System decks.

Each picture is signed, verified and lets the user type in the name of pointed anatomical structure what is the best possible option to prepare for anatomy exam. Personally, using only the COMPLETE ANATOMY I’ve passed my practical exam with an A- grade, and haven’t ever opened a book to study.

The deck is intended for med students all around the world to help them pass, what is for many, the hardest subject during all years of med-school, but people who would just like to study human anatomy for fun, won’t find a better option because to start learning anatomy with the Complete Human Anatomy you don’t have to study before, meaning that the entry lvl is at 0.

In all the decks following abbreviations have been used:

  • Arteria / Artery - a.
  • Vena / Vein - v.
  • Nervus / Nerve - n.
  • Musculus / Muscle - m.
  • Ligamentum / Ligament - lig.
  • Dexter - dex.
  • Sinister - sin.

Creating this decks took many hundreds of hours for few people, but it’s only human to make mistakes, so if you find a mistake, spelling error or some kind of bug or if you have any suggestions please let me know and contact me on reddit: CompleteHumanAnatomy

The deck language is English.

The deck is available both in Latin and English, and it’s part of a bigger project called “COMPLETE ANATOMY” the full list of all the decks can be found below:


!!!SAMPLE!!!

Sample containing 60 photos and 60 cards (10 from each deck) is available for free both in: LATIN & ENGLISH

See more

Head, neck and CNS pack - English - Complete Anatomy

By Anatking
Tags: human anatomy, anatomy, english

!WARNING! The series of human anatomy decks contain photos of real human cadavers which might be disturbing to some users.

The Head, neck and CNS pack - Complete Anatomy is a deck containing 4506 cards based on 731 human cadavers pictures made in a real dissecting room. This particular deck focuses on bones (skull), muscles, arteries, veins, nerves, ligaments and joints of the head and neck but also sense organs such as eyes, ears and tongue. It contains anatomy of larynx and thyroid gland. It also includes anatomy of the brain and spinal cord.

The Head, neck and CNS pack contains Head and neck and Central Nervous System decks.

Each picture is signed, verified and lets the user type in the name of pointed anatomical structure what is the best possible option to prepare for anatomy exam. Personally, using only the COMPLETE ANATOMY I’ve passed my practical exam with an A- grade, and haven’t ever opened a book to study.

The deck is intended for med students all around the world to help them pass, what is for many, the hardest subject during all years of med-school, but people who would just like to study human anatomy for fun, won’t find a better option because to start learning anatomy with the Head, neck and CNS pack - Complete Anatomy you don’t have to study before, meaning that the entry lvl is at 0.

In all the decks following abbreviations have been used:

  • Arteria / Artery - a.
  • Vena / Vein - v.
  • Nervus / Nerve - n.
  • Musculus / Muscle - m.
  • Ligamentum / Ligament - lig.
  • Dexter - dex.
  • Sinister - sin.

Creating this decks took many hundreds of hours for few people, but it’s only human to make mistakes, so if you find a mistake, spelling error or some kind of bug or if you have any suggestions please let me know and contact me on reddit: CompleteHumanAnatomy

The deck language is English.

The deck is available both in Latin and English, and it’s part of a bigger project called “COMPLETE ANATOMY” the full list of all the decks can be found below:


!!!SAMPLE!!!

Sample containing 60 photos and 60 cards (10 from each deck) is available for free both in: LATIN & ENGLISH

See more

Head, neck and CNS pack - Latin - Complete Anatomy

By Anatking
Tags: human anatomy, anatomy, latin

!WARNING! The series of human anatomy decks contain photos of real human cadavers which might be disturbing to some users.

The Head, neck and CNS pack - Complete Anatomy is a deck containing 4506 cards based on 731 human cadavers pictures made in a real dissecting room. This particular deck focuses on bones (skull), muscles, arteries, veins, nerves, ligaments and joints of the head and neck but also sense organs such as eyes, ears and tongue. It contains anatomy of larynx and thyroid gland. It also includes anatomy of the brain and spinal cord.

The Head, neck and CNS pack contains Head and neck and Central Nervous System decks.

Each picture is signed, verified and lets the user type in the name of pointed anatomical structure what is the best possible option to prepare for anatomy exam. Personally, using only the COMPLETE ANATOMY I’ve passed my practical exam with an A- grade, and haven’t ever opened a book to study.

The deck is intended for med students all around the world to help them pass, what is for many, the hardest subject during all years of med-school, but people who would just like to study human anatomy for fun, won’t find a better option because to start learning anatomy with the Head, neck and CNS pack - Complete Anatomy you don’t have to study before, meaning that the entry lvl is at 0.

In all the decks following abbreviations have been used:

  • Arteria / Artery - a.
  • Vena / Vein - v.
  • Nervus / Nerve - n.
  • Musculus / Muscle - m.
  • Ligamentum / Ligament - lig.
  • Dexter - dex.
  • Sinister - sin.

Creating this decks took many hundreds of hours for few people, but it’s only human to make mistakes, so if you find a mistake, spelling error or some kind of bug or if you have any suggestions please let me know and contact me on reddit: CompleteHumanAnatomy

The deck language is Latin.

The deck is available both in Latin and English, and it’s part of a bigger project called “COMPLETE ANATOMY” the full list of all the decks can be found below:


!!!SAMPLE!!!

Sample containing 60 photos and 60 cards (10 from each deck) is available for free both in: LATIN & ENGLISH

See more

The Limbs pack - Latin - Complete Anatomy

By Anatking
Tags: human anatomy, anatomy, latin

!WARNING! The series of human anatomy decks contain photos of real human cadavers which might be disturbing to some users.

The The Limbs pack - Complete Anatomy is a deck containing 1649 cards based on 378 human cadavers pictures made in a real dissecting room. This particular deck focuses on bones, muscles, arteries, veins, nerves, brachial plexus, lumbar plexus, sacral plexus, ligaments and joints of the upper limb, shoulder rim, lower limb and pelvis.

The Limbs pack contains Upper limb and Lower limb decks.

Each picture is signed, verified and lets the user type in the name of pointed anatomical structure what is the best possible option to prepare for anatomy exam. Personally, using only the COMPLETE ANATOMY I’ve passed my practical exam with an A- grade, and haven’t ever opened a book to study.

The deck is intended for med students all around the world to help them pass, what is for many, the hardest subject during all years of med-school, but people who would just like to study human anatomy for fun, won’t find a better option because to start learning anatomy with the The Limbs pack - Complete Anatomy you don’t have to study before, meaning that the entry lvl is at 0.

In all the decks following abbreviations have been used:

  • Arteria / Artery - a.
  • Vena / Vein - v.
  • Nervus / Nerve - n.
  • Musculus / Muscle - m.
  • Ligamentum / Ligament - lig.
  • Dexter - dex.
  • Sinister - sin.

Creating this decks took many hundreds of hours for few people, but it’s only human to make mistakes, so if you find a mistake, spelling error or some kind of bug or if you have any suggestions please let me know and contact me on reddit: CompleteHumanAnatomy

The deck language is Latin.

The deck is available both in Latin and English, and it’s part of a bigger project called “COMPLETE ANATOMY” the full list of all the decks can be found below:


!!!SAMPLE!!!

Sample containing 60 photos and 60 cards (10 from each deck) is available for free both in: LATIN & ENGLISH

See more

Central Nervous System - English - Complete Anatomy

By Anatking
Tags: human anatomy, anatomy, english

!WARNING! The series of human anatomy decks contain photos of real human cadavers which might be disturbing to some users.

The Central Nervous System - Complete Anatomy is a deck containing 2591 cards based on 431 human cadavers pictures made in a real dissecting room. This particular deck focuses on anatomy of the spinal cord and the brain in different cross-sections and its external anatomy.

Each picture is signed, verified and lets the user type in the name of pointed anatomical structure what is the best possible option to prepare for anatomy exam. Personally, using only the COMPLETE ANATOMY I’ve passed my practical exam with an A- grade, and haven’t ever opened a book to study.

The deck is intended for med students all around the world to help them pass, what is for many, the hardest subject during all years of med-school, but people who would just like to study human anatomy for fun, won’t find a better option because to start learning anatomy with the Central Nervous System - Complete Anatomy you don’t have to study before, meaning that the entry lvl is at 0.

In all the decks following abbreviations have been used:

  • Arteria / Artery - a.
  • Vena / Vein - v.
  • Nervus / Nerve - n.
  • Musculus / Muscle - m.
  • Ligamentum / Ligament - lig.
  • Dexter - dex.
  • Sinister - sin.

Creating this decks took many hundreds of hours for few people, but it’s only human to make mistakes, so if you find a mistake, spelling error or some kind of bug or if you have any suggestions please let me know and contact me on reddit: CompleteHumanAnatomy

The deck language is English.

The deck is available both in Latin and English, and it’s part of a bigger project called “COMPLETE ANATOMY” the full list of all the decks can be found below:


!!!SAMPLE!!!

Sample containing 60 photos and 60 cards (10 from each deck) is available for free both in: LATIN & ENGLISH

See more

Central Nervous System - Latin - Complete Anatomy

By Anatking
Tags: human anatomy, anatomy, latin

!WARNING! The series of human anatomy decks contain photos of real human cadavers which might be disturbing to some users.

The Central Nervous System - Complete Anatomy is a deck containing 2591 cards based on 431 human cadavers pictures made in a real dissecting room. This particular deck focuses on anatomy of the spinal cord and the brain in different cross-sections and its external anatomy.

Each picture is signed, verified and lets the user type in the name of pointed anatomical structure what is the best possible option to prepare for anatomy exam. Personally, using only the COMPLETE ANATOMY I’ve passed my practical exam with an A- grade, and haven’t ever opened a book to study.

The deck is intended for med students all around the world to help them pass, what is for many, the hardest subject during all years of med-school, but people who would just like to study human anatomy for fun, won’t find a better option because to start learning anatomy with the Central Nervous System - Complete Anatomy you don’t have to study before, meaning that the entry lvl is at 0.

In all the decks following abbreviations have been used:

  • Arteria / Artery - a.
  • Vena / Vein - v.
  • Nervus / Nerve - n.
  • Musculus / Muscle - m.
  • Ligamentum / Ligament - lig.
  • Dexter - dex.
  • Sinister - sin.

Creating this decks took many hundreds of hours for few people, but it’s only human to make mistakes, so if you find a mistake, spelling error or some kind of bug or if you have any suggestions please let me know and contact me on reddit: CompleteHumanAnatomy

The deck language is Latin.

The deck is available both in Latin and English, and it’s part of a bigger project called “COMPLETE ANATOMY” the full list of all the decks can be found below:


!!!SAMPLE!!!

Sample containing 60 photos and 60 cards (10 from each deck) is available for free both in: LATIN & ENGLISH

See more

Head and neck - Latin - Complete Anatomy

By Anatking
Tags: human anatomy, anatomy, latin

!WARNING! The series of human anatomy decks contain photos of real human cadavers which might be disturbing to some users.

The Head and neck - Complete Anatomy is a deck containing 1915 cards based on 300 human cadavers pictures made in a real dissecting room. This particular deck focuses on bones (skull), muscles, arteries, veins, nerves, ligaments and joints of the head and neck but also sense organs such as eyes, ears and tongue. It also contains anatomy of larynx and thyroid gland.

Each picture is signed, verified and lets the user type in the name of pointed anatomical structure what is the best possible option to prepare for anatomy exam. Personally, using only the COMPLETE ANATOMY I’ve passed my practical exam with an A- grade, and haven’t ever opened a book to study.

The deck is intended for med students all around the world to help them pass, what is for many, the hardest subject during all years of med-school, but people who would just like to study human anatomy for fun, won’t find a better option because to start learning anatomy with the Head and neck - Complete Anatomy you don’t have to study before, meaning that the entry lvl is at 0.

In all the decks following abbreviations have been used:

  • Arteria / Artery - a.
  • Vena / Vein - v.
  • Nervus / Nerve - n.
  • Musculus / Muscle - m.
  • Ligamentum / Ligament - lig.
  • Dexter - dex.
  • Sinister - sin.

Creating this decks took many hundreds of hours for few people, but it’s only human to make mistakes, so if you find a mistake, spelling error or some kind of bug or if you have any suggestions please let me know and contact me on reddit: CompleteHumanAnatomy

The deck language is Latin.

The deck is available both in Latin and English, and it’s part of a bigger project called “COMPLETE ANATOMY” the full list of all the decks can be found below:


!!!SAMPLE!!!

Sample containing 60 photos and 60 cards (10 from each deck) is available for free both in: LATIN & ENGLISH

See more

Torso pack - English - Complete Anatomy

By Anatking
Tags: anatomy, human anatomy, english

!WARNING! The series of human anatomy decks contain photos of real human cadavers which might be disturbing to some users.

The Torso pack - Complete Anatomy is a deck containing 1468 cards based on 320 human cadavers pictures made in a real dissecting room. This particular deck focuses on bones, muscles, arteries, veins, nerves, ligaments of torso but also the organs of torso cavities such as: lungs, heart, liver, stomach, pancreas, spleen, kidneys, small and large intestine, urinary bladder and reproductive organs from both men and women. In addition Torso pack contains complete anatomy of all parts of vertebral column including sacral bone.

The Torso pack contains Thorax and Abdomen and pelvic cavity decks.

Each picture is signed, verified and lets the user type in the name of pointed anatomical structure what is the best possible option to prepare for anatomy exam. Personally, using only the COMPLETE ANATOMY I’ve passed my practical exam with an A- grade, and haven’t ever opened a book to study.

The deck is intended for med students all around the world to help them pass, what is for many, the hardest subject during all years of med-school, but people who would just like to study human anatomy for fun, won’t find a better option because to start learning anatomy with the Torso pack - Complete Anatomy you don’t have to study before, meaning that the entry lvl is at 0.

In all the decks following abbreviations have been used:

  • Arteria / Artery - a.
  • Vena / Vein - v.
  • Nervus / Nerve - n.
  • Musculus / Muscle - m.
  • Ligamentum / Ligament - lig.
  • Dexter - dex.
  • Sinister - sin.

Creating this decks took many hundreds of hours for few people, but it’s only human to make mistakes, so if you find a mistake, spelling error or some kind of bug or if you have any suggestions please let me know and contact me on reddit: CompleteHumanAnatomy

The deck language is English.

The deck is available both in Latin and English, and it’s part of a bigger project called “COMPLETE ANATOMY” the full list of all the decks can be found below:


!!!SAMPLE!!!

Sample containing 60 photos and 60 cards (10 from each deck) is available for free both in: LATIN & ENGLISH

See more

Head and neck - English - Complete Anatomy

By Anatking
Tags: human anatomy, anatomy, english

!WARNING! The series of human anatomy decks contain photos of real human cadavers which might be disturbing to some users.

The Head and neck - Complete Anatomy is a deck containing 1915 cards based on 300 human cadavers pictures made in a real dissecting room. This particular deck focuses on bones (skull), muscles, arteries, veins, nerves, ligaments and joints of the head and neck but also sense organs such as eyes, ears and tongue. It also contains anatomy of larynx and thyroid gland.

Each picture is signed, verified and lets the user type in the name of pointed anatomical structure what is the best possible option to prepare for anatomy exam. Personally, using only the COMPLETE ANATOMY I’ve passed my practical exam with an A- grade, and haven’t ever opened a book to study.

The deck is intended for med students all around the world to help them pass, what is for many, the hardest subject during all years of med-school, but people who would just like to study human anatomy for fun, won’t find a better option because to start learning anatomy with the Head and neck - Complete Anatomy you don’t have to study before, meaning that the entry lvl is at 0.

In all the decks following abbreviations have been used:

  • Arteria / Artery - a.
  • Vena / Vein - v.
  • Nervus / Nerve - n.
  • Musculus / Muscle - m.
  • Ligamentum / Ligament - lig.
  • Dexter - dex.
  • Sinister - sin.

Creating this decks took many hundreds of hours for few people, but it’s only human to make mistakes, so if you find a mistake, spelling error or some kind of bug or if you have any suggestions please let me know and contact me on reddit: CompleteHumanAnatomy

The deck language is English.

The deck is available both in Latin and English, and it’s part of a bigger project called “COMPLETE ANATOMY” the full list of all the decks can be found below:


!!!SAMPLE!!!

Sample containing 60 photos and 60 cards (10 from each deck) is available for free both in: LATIN & ENGLISH

See more

Torso pack - Latin - Complete Anatomy

By Anatking
Tags: human anatomy, anatomy, latin

!WARNING! The series of human anatomy decks contain photos of real human cadavers which might be disturbing to some users.

The Torso pack - Complete Anatomy is a deck containing 1468 cards based on 320 human cadavers pictures made in a real dissecting room. This particular deck focuses on bones, muscles, arteries, veins, nerves, ligaments of torso but also the organs of torso cavities such as: lungs, heart, liver, stomach, pancreas, spleen, kidneys, small and large intestine, urinary bladder and reproductive organs from both men and women. In addition Torso pack contains complete anatomy of all parts of vertebral column including sacral bone.

The Torso pack contains Thorax and Abdomen and pelvic cavity decks.

Each picture is signed, verified and lets the user type in the name of pointed anatomical structure what is the best possible option to prepare for anatomy exam. Personally, using only the COMPLETE ANATOMY I’ve passed my practical exam with an A- grade, and haven’t ever opened a book to study.

The deck is intended for med students all around the world to help them pass, what is for many, the hardest subject during all years of med-school, but people who would just like to study human anatomy for fun, won’t find a better option because to start learning anatomy with the Torso pack - Complete Anatomy you don’t have to study before, meaning that the entry lvl is at 0.

In all the decks following abbreviations have been used:

  • Arteria / Artery - a.
  • Vena / Vein - v.
  • Nervus / Nerve - n.
  • Musculus / Muscle - m.
  • Ligamentum / Ligament - lig.
  • Dexter - dex.
  • Sinister - sin.

Creating this decks took many hundreds of hours for few people, but it’s only human to make mistakes, so if you find a mistake, spelling error or some kind of bug or if you have any suggestions please let me know and contact me on reddit: CompleteHumanAnatomy

The deck language is Latin.

The deck is available both in Latin and English, and it’s part of a bigger project called “COMPLETE ANATOMY” the full list of all the decks can be found below:


!!!SAMPLE!!!

Sample containing 60 photos and 60 cards (10 from each deck) is available for free both in: LATIN & ENGLISH

See more

The Limbs pack - English - Complete Anatomy

By Anatking
Tags: human anatomy, anatomy, english

!WARNING! The series of human anatomy decks contain photos of real human cadavers which might be disturbing to some users.

The The Limbs pack - Complete Anatomy is a deck containing 1649 cards based on 378 human cadavers pictures made in a real dissecting room. This particular deck focuses on bones, muscles, arteries, veins, nerves, brachial plexus, lumbar plexus, sacral plexus, ligaments and joints of the upper limb, shoulder rim, lower limb and pelvis.

The Limbs pack contains Upper limb and Lower limb decks.

Each picture is signed, verified and lets the user type in the name of pointed anatomical structure what is the best possible option to prepare for anatomy exam. Personally, using only the COMPLETE ANATOMY I’ve passed my practical exam with an A- grade, and haven’t ever opened a book to study.

The deck is intended for med students all around the world to help them pass, what is for many, the hardest subject during all years of med-school, but people who would just like to study human anatomy for fun, won’t find a better option because to start learning anatomy with the The Limbs pack - Complete Anatomy you don’t have to study before, meaning that the entry lvl is at 0.

In all the decks following abbreviations have been used:

  • Arteria / Artery - a.
  • Vena / Vein - v.
  • Nervus / Nerve - n.
  • Musculus / Muscle - m.
  • Ligamentum / Ligament - lig.
  • Dexter - dex.
  • Sinister - sin.

Creating this decks took many hundreds of hours for few people, but it’s only human to make mistakes, so if you find a mistake, spelling error or some kind of bug or if you have any suggestions please let me know and contact me on reddit: CompleteHumanAnatomy

The deck language is English.

The deck is available both in Latin and English, and it’s part of a bigger project called “COMPLETE ANATOMY” the full list of all the decks can be found below:


!!!SAMPLE!!!

Sample containing 60 photos and 60 cards (10 from each deck) is available for free both in: LATIN & ENGLISH

See more

Upper limb - Latin - Complete Anatomy

By Anatking
Tags: human anatomy, anatomy, latin

!WARNING! The series of human anatomy decks contain photos of real human cadavers which might be disturbing to some users.

The Upper limb - Complete Anatomy is a deck containing 639 cards based on 170 human cadavers pictures made in a real dissecting room. This particular deck focuses on bones, muscles, arteries, veins, nerves, brachial plexus, ligaments and joints of the upper limb and shoulder rim.

Each picture is signed, verified and lets the user type in the name of pointed anatomical structure what is the best possible option to prepare for anatomy exam. Personally, using only the COMPLETE ANATOMY I’ve passed my practical exam with an A- grade, and haven’t ever opened a book to study.

The deck is intended for med students all around the world to help them pass, what is for many, the hardest subject during all years of med-school, but people who would just like to study human anatomy for fun, won’t find a better option because to start learning anatomy with the Upper limb - Complete Anatomy you don’t have to study before, meaning that the entry lvl is at 0.

In all the decks following abbreviations have been used:

  • Arteria / Artery - a.
  • Vena / Vein - v.
  • Nervus / Nerve - n.
  • Musculus / Muscle - m.
  • Ligamentum / Ligament - lig.
  • Dexter - dex.
  • Sinister - sin.

Creating this decks took many hundreds of hours for few people, but it’s only human to make mistakes, so if you find a mistake, spelling error or some kind of bug or if you have any suggestions please let me know and contact me on reddit: CompleteHumanAnatomy

The deck language is Latin.

The deck is available both in Latin and English, and it’s part of a bigger project called “COMPLETE ANATOMY” the full list of all the decks can be found below:


!!!SAMPLE!!!

Sample containing 60 photos and 60 cards (10 from each deck) is available for free both in: LATIN & ENGLISH

See more

Thorax - Latin - Complete Anatomy

By Anatking
Tags: human anatomy, anatomy, latin

!WARNING! The series of human anatomy decks contain photos of real human cadavers which might be disturbing to some users.

The Thorax - Complete Anatomy is a deck containing 665 cards based on 147 human cadavers pictures made in a real dissecting room. This particular deck focuses on bones, muscles, arteries, veins, nerves, ligaments of thorax but also the organs of thoracic cavity Lungs and Heart. In addition Thorax - Complete Anatomy contains the full anatomy of all parts of vertebral column including sacral bone.

Each picture is signed, verified and lets the user type in the name of pointed anatomical structure what is the best possible option to prepare for anatomy exam. Personally, using only the COMPLETE ANATOMY I’ve passed my practical exam with an A- grade, and haven’t ever opened a book to study.

The deck is intended for med students all around the world to help them pass, what is for many, the hardest subject during all years of med-school, but people who would just like to study human anatomy for fun, won’t find a better option because to start learning anatomy with the Thorax - Complete Anatomy you don’t have to study before, meaning that the entry lvl is at 0.

In all the decks following abbreviations have been used:

  • Arteria / Artery - a.
  • Vena / Vein - v.
  • Nervus / Nerve - n.
  • Musculus / Muscle - m.
  • Ligamentum / Ligament - lig.
  • Dexter - dex.
  • Sinister - sin.

Creating this decks took many hundreds of hours for few people, but it’s only human to make mistakes, so if you find a mistake, spelling error or some kind of bug or if you have any suggestions please let me know and contact me on reddit: CompleteHumanAnatomy

The deck language is Latin.

The deck is available both in Latin and English, and it’s part of a bigger project called “COMPLETE ANATOMY” the full list of all the decks can be found below:


!!!SAMPLE!!!

Sample containing 60 photos and 60 cards (10 from each deck) is available for free both in: LATIN & ENGLISH

See more

Thorax - English - Complete Anatomy

By Anatking
Tags: english, human anatomy, anatomy

!WARNING! The series of human anatomy decks contain photos of real human cadavers which might be disturbing to some users.

The Thorax - Complete Anatomy is a deck containing 665 cards based on 147 human cadavers pictures made in a real dissecting room. This particular deck focuses on bones, muscles, arteries, veins, nerves, ligaments of thorax but also the organs of thoracic cavity Lungs and Heart. In addition Thorax - Complete Anatomy contains the full anatomy of all parts of vertebral column including sacral bone.

Each picture is signed, verified and lets the user type in the name of pointed anatomical structure what is the best possible option to prepare for anatomy exam. Personally, using only the COMPLETE ANATOMY I’ve passed my practical exam with an A- grade, and haven’t ever opened a book to study.

The deck is intended for med students all around the world to help them pass, what is for many, the hardest subject during all years of med-school, but people who would just like to study human anatomy for fun, won’t find a better option because to start learning anatomy with the Thorax - Complete Anatomy you don’t have to study before, meaning that the entry lvl is at 0.

In all the decks following abbreviations have been used:

  • Arteria / Artery - a.
  • Vena / Vein - v.
  • Nervus / Nerve - n.
  • Musculus / Muscle - m.
  • Ligamentum / Ligament - lig.
  • Dexter - dex.
  • Sinister - sin.

Creating this decks took many hundreds of hours for few people, but it’s only human to make mistakes, so if you find a mistake, spelling error or some kind of bug or if you have any suggestions please let me know and contact me on reddit: CompleteHumanAnatomy

The deck language is English.

The deck is available both in Latin and English, and it’s part of a bigger project called “COMPLETE ANATOMY” the full list of all the decks can be found below:


!!!SAMPLE!!!

Sample containing 60 photos and 60 cards (10 from each deck) is available for free both in: LATIN & ENGLISH

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Lower limb - Latin - Complete Anatomy

By Anatking
Tags: human anatomy, anatomy, latin

!WARNING! The series of human anatomy decks contain photos of real human cadavers which might be disturbing to some users.

The Lower limb - Complete Anatomy is a deck containing 1010 cards based on 208 human cadavers pictures made in a real dissecting room. This particular deck focuses on bones, muscles, arteries, veins, nerves, lumbar plexus, sacral plexus, ligaments and joints of the lower limb and pelvis.

Each picture is signed, verified and lets the user type in the name of pointed anatomical structure what is the best possible option to prepare for anatomy exam. Personally, using only the COMPLETE ANATOMY I’ve passed my practical exam with an A- grade, and haven’t ever opened a book to study.

The deck is intended for med students all around the world to help them pass, what is for many, the hardest subject during all years of med-school, but people who would just like to study human anatomy for fun, won’t find a better option because to start learning anatomy with the Lower limb - Complete Anatomy you don’t have to study before, meaning that the entry lvl is at 0.

In all the decks following abbreviations have been used:

  • Arteria / Artery - a.
  • Vena / Vein - v.
  • Nervus / Nerve - n.
  • Musculus / Muscle - m.
  • Ligamentum / Ligament - lig.
  • Dexter - dex.
  • Sinister - sin.

Creating this decks took many hundreds of hours for few people, but it’s only human to make mistakes, so if you find a mistake, spelling error or some kind of bug or if you have any suggestions please let me know and contact me on reddit: CompleteHumanAnatomy

The deck language is Latin.

The deck is available both in Latin and English, and it’s part of a bigger project called “COMPLETE ANATOMY” the full list of all the decks can be found below:


!!!SAMPLE!!!

Sample containing 60 photos and 60 cards (10 from each deck) is available for free both in: LATIN & ENGLISH

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Lower limb - English - Complete Anatomy

By Anatking
Tags: anatomy, human anatomy, english

!WARNING! The series of human anatomy decks contain photos of real human cadavers which might be disturbing to some users.

The Lower limb - Complete Anatomy is a deck containing 1010 cards based on 208 human cadavers pictures made in a real dissecting room. This particular deck focuses on bones, muscles, arteries, veins, nerves, lumbar plexus, sacral plexus, ligaments and joints of the lower limb and pelvis.

Each picture is signed, verified and lets the user type in the name of pointed anatomical structure what is the best possible option to prepare for anatomy exam. Personally, using only the COMPLETE ANATOMY I’ve passed my practical exam with an A- grade, and haven’t ever opened a book to study.

The deck is intended for med students all around the world to help them pass, what is for many, the hardest subject during all years of med-school, but people who would just like to study human anatomy for fun, won’t find a better option because to start learning anatomy with the Lower limb - Complete Anatomy you don’t have to study before, meaning that the entry lvl is at 0.

In all the decks following abbreviations have been used:

  • Arteria / Artery - a.
  • Vena / Vein - v.
  • Nervus / Nerve - n.
  • Musculus / Muscle - m.
  • Ligamentum / Ligament - lig.
  • Dexter - dex.
  • Sinister - sin.

Creating this decks took many hundreds of hours for few people, but it’s only human to make mistakes, so if you find a mistake, spelling error or some kind of bug or if you have any suggestions please let me know and contact me on reddit: CompleteHumanAnatomy

The deck language is English.

The deck is available both in Latin and English, and it’s part of a bigger project called “COMPLETE ANATOMY” the full list of all the decks can be found below:


!!!SAMPLE!!!

Sample containing 60 photos and 60 cards (10 from each deck) is available for free both in: LATIN & ENGLISH

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Abdomen and pelvic cavity - English - Complete Anatomy

By Anatking
Tags: anatomy, human anatomy, english

!WARNING! The series of human anatomy decks contain photos of real human cadavers which might be disturbing to some users.

The Abdomen and pelvic cavity - Complete Anatomy is a deck containing 803 cards based on 173 human cadavers pictures made in a real dissecting room. This particular deck focuses on muscles, arteries, veins, nerves, ligaments and joints of the abdomen and pelvic cavity but also on the organs: liver, stomach, pancreas, spleen, kidneys, small and large intestine, urinary bladder and reproductive organs from both men and women.

Each picture is signed, verified and lets the user type in the name of pointed anatomical structure what is the best possible option to prepare for anatomy exam. Personally, using only the COMPLETE ANATOMY I’ve passed my practical exam with an A- grade, and haven’t ever opened a book to study.

The deck is intended for med students all around the world to help them pass, what is for many, the hardest subject during all years of med-school, but people who would just like to study human anatomy for fun, won’t find a better option because to start learning anatomy with the Abdomen and pelvic cavity - Complete Anatomy you don’t have to study before, meaning that the entry lvl is at 0.

In all the decks following abbreviations have been used:

  • Arteria / Artery - a.
  • Vena / Vein - v.
  • Nervus / Nerve - n.
  • Musculus / Muscle - m.
  • Ligamentum / Ligament - lig.
  • Dexter - dex.
  • Sinister - sin.

Creating this decks took many hundreds of hours for few people, but it’s only human to make mistakes, so if you find a mistake, spelling error or some kind of bug or if you have any suggestions please let me know and contact me on reddit: CompleteHumanAnatomy

The deck language is English.

The deck is available both in Latin and English, and it’s part of a bigger project called “COMPLETE ANATOMY” the full list of all the decks can be found below:


!!!SAMPLE!!!

Sample containing 60 photos and 60 cards (10 from each deck) is available for free both in: LATIN & ENGLISH

See more

Abdomen and pelvic cavity - Latin - Complete Anatomy

By Anatking
Tags: human anatomy, anatomy, latin

!WARNING! The series of human anatomy decks contain photos of real human cadavers which might be disturbing to some users.

The Abdomen and pelvic cavity - Complete Anatomy is a deck containing 803 cards based on 173 human cadavers pictures made in a real dissecting room. This particular deck focuses on muscles, arteries, veins, nerves, ligaments and joints of the abdomen and pelvic cavity but also on the organs: liver, stomach, pancreas, spleen, kidneys, small and large intestine, urinary bladder and reproductive organs from both men and women.

Each picture is signed, verified and lets the user type in the name of pointed anatomical structure what is the best possible option to prepare for anatomy exam. Personally, using only the COMPLETE ANATOMY I’ve passed my practical exam with an A- grade, and haven’t ever opened a book to study.

The deck is intended for med students all around the world to help them pass, what is for many, the hardest subject during all years of med-school, but people who would just like to study human anatomy for fun, won’t find a better option because to start learning anatomy with the Abdomen and pelvic cavity - Complete Anatomy you don’t have to study before, meaning that the entry lvl is at 0.

In all the decks following abbreviations have been used:

  • Arteria / Artery - a.
  • Vena / Vein - v.
  • Nervus / Nerve - n.
  • Musculus / Muscle - m.
  • Ligamentum / Ligament - lig.
  • Dexter - dex.
  • Sinister - sin.

Creating this decks took many hundreds of hours for few people, but it’s only human to make mistakes, so if you find a mistake, spelling error or some kind of bug or if you have any suggestions please let me know and contact me on reddit: CompleteHumanAnatomy

The deck language is Latin.

The deck is available both in Latin and English, and it’s part of a bigger project called “COMPLETE ANATOMY” the full list of all the decks can be found below:


!!!SAMPLE!!!

Sample containing 60 photos and 60 cards (10 from each deck) is available for free both in: LATIN & ENGLISH

See more

Upper limb - English - Complete Anatomy

By Anatking
Tags: english, human anatomy, anatomy

!WARNING! The series of human anatomy decks contain photos of real human cadavers which might be disturbing to some users.

The Upper limb - Complete Anatomy is a deck containing 639 cards based on 170 human cadavers pictures made in a real dissecting room. This particular deck focuses on bones, muscles, arteries, veins, nerves, brachial plexus, ligaments and joints of the upper limb and shoulder rim.

Each picture is signed, verified and lets the user type in the name of pointed anatomical structure what is the best possible option to prepare for anatomy exam. Personally, using only the COMPLETE ANATOMY I’ve passed my practical exam with an A- grade, and haven’t ever opened a book to study.

The deck is intended for med students all around the world to help them pass, what is for many, the hardest subject during all years of med-school, but people who would just like to study human anatomy for fun, won’t find a better option because to start learning anatomy with the Upper limb - Complete Anatomy you don’t have to study before, meaning that the entry lvl is at 0.

In all the decks following abbreviations have been used:

  • Arteria / Artery - a.
  • Vena / Vein - v.
  • Nervus / Nerve - n.
  • Musculus / Muscle - m.
  • Ligamentum / Ligament - lig.
  • Dexter - dex.
  • Sinister - sin.

Creating this decks took many hundreds of hours for few people, but it’s only human to make mistakes, so if you find a mistake, spelling error or some kind of bug or if you have any suggestions please let me know and contact me on reddit: CompleteHumanAnatomy

The deck language is English.

The deck is available both in Latin and English, and it’s part of a bigger project called “COMPLETE ANATOMY” the full list of all the decks can be found below:


!!!SAMPLE!!!

Sample containing 60 photos and 60 cards (10 from each deck) is available for free both in: LATIN & ENGLISH

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Medical Latin Dictionary

By Daniyal
Tags: latin terminology, medicine, anatomy
  • This deck is designed for the medicine students, and those who have Latin in their field of studies, to understand the basics of terminology in many subjects such as anatomy, histology, pathology, applied anatomy etc.
  • The words were collected one by one, looking at their etymologies.

Usage:

  • The deck includes not only the meanings of each word, but some of the cards provide some hint to accomodate the knowledge with another thing, so it can be memorized easily.
  • The cards do not have a certain order, but when searching for a specific word in the browse section, you can just sort them by their fields, putting them in an alphabetical order.
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Bio 141 (Saladin - Anatomy & Physiology)

By kahn.yiin
Tags: biology, anatomy, physiology, saladin

Flashcards made from the textbook “Anatomy & Physiology: The Unity of Form and Function (Ninth Edition)” by Kenneth S. Saladin covering chapters 1-12 and 26 and would likely be very helpful for any beginner-level anatomy and physiology course

Contents

  • Exhaustive and thorough card set for learning and memorizing almost all concepts, facts, figures, and more from the textbook and the accompanying McGraw Hill Connect website
  • The deck is divided into subdecks that correspond to the chapters in the book
  • Each subdeck starts with cards that cover the material presented in each chapter (created in the same order) and concludes with cards that cover the review questions in the Study Guide
  • Supplemental material presented in the accompanying website, if available, is presented after the cards that cover the material presented in each chapter either before or after the cards that cover the review questions in the Study Guide
  • To the best of my ability, I have verified that all of the cards are clear, concise, and accurate - however, if you find any errata, please notify me via the Anki Decks website (https://ankidecks.com) so that I may make corrections ASAP

How To Use This Deck

  • If I may, first let me share a word of advice: any Anatomy & Physiology course, even a beginner course such as one using this textbook, will be very demanding and require lots of effort on a daily basis
    • By creating and sharing this deck, I hope to make learning Anatomy & Physiology easier even if by just a little bit
  • I created this deck while taking Anatomy & Physiology, and I was able to earn an A in the course with no additional notes of any kind
  • I hope that I have done the hard part in creating all or nearly all of the flashcards you will need to earn an A in your course

Here is how I would approach studying for Anatomy & Physiology with this Anki deck and any beginner Anatomy & Physiology textbook:

  1. Back up this Anki deck to a safe location immediately after downloading
  2. Open the original copy of this Anki deck in Anki on your PC
  3. Look at the material your class will be covering for Test 1
    1. For me, Test 1 covered Chapters 1, 1.5, and 2
  4. Create a new Anki deck called something similar to “Anatomy & Physiology - Test 1” 1.Move the Cards in the corresponding subdecks to your new deck
    1. Note that moving the cards back from your new deck to the corresponding subdecks will be significantly more difficult
    2. If you need to the cards back in their original subdecks, I would recommend making and opening another copy of the backup
    3. To move the Cards, click the subdeck on the main Anki screen, click Browse just above the deck title, highlight all of the cards you want to move, alternate-click one of the highlighted cards, click Cards on the pop-up menu, click Change Deck on the submenu, and click to highlight your new deck on the dialog that appears and then click Move Cards
  5. Find the total number of cards in your new deck
    1. To find this number, click to highlight your new deck in the left pane of the Browse window and look at the top left of the window: the total number of cards in your new deck should appear to the right of the word “Browse”
  6. Calculate the number of working days you have until Test 1
    1. This may or may not include Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays
    2. Note that you will have to study more each day for every resting day And that you will have more cards to review the day after your resting days
  7. Divide the total number of cards in your new deck by the number of working days to find the minimum number of new cards you will have to learn each day
    1. For example, if you have 18 working days and 1,800 cards, you will have to learn a minimum of 100 cards each day
    2. Note that this may seem like a lot - and many days I felt it was - but I am sure you will find quite often that it is less that it appears
    3. Create a new preset for this number
    4. Make sure your new deck is open on the main Anki screen, click Options, click the down-arrow to the right of the Save button, click Add Preset, type a name for the new preset e.g. Focus, and click OK on the Add Preset dialog, type this number in the text box to the right of “New cards/day”, change the number in the text box to the right of “Maximum reviews/day” according to the warning message that appears, and click Save
  8. Regardless of how much actual time you will need for any particular day, from my experience, I would budget at least one hour for every 50 cards so 4 hours for 200 cards 1.This is very important: on the first day (meaning not just the first day of class but the first day after each test), read the assigned chapters without taking any notes Before using Anki
    1. Then start learning the cards either on your PC or a mobile device (I mostly used my smartphone to learn new cards and my PC to review old cards)
  9. When learning the cards, I would recommend keeping a pen-and-paper handy to write down any questions you may have
  10. After learning the cards, I would recommend first searching the Internet for answers to your questions and then asking your professor about any questions you were unable to find satisfactory answers for online
  11. A week or so before test day, find the topics to be covered on the exam and go over each in as much detail as possible in your textbook and cards

Tips

  • I would recommend learning new cards before reviewing old cards, as I tried reviewing old cards first for a couple of days initially but found I was exhausted by the time the new cards appeared
    • On the other hand, I often found reviewing old cards to be easy after learning new cards
    • To learn new cards first, click Tools on the toolbar of the main Anki screen, click Preferences, click Scheduling, and select “Show new cards before reviews” from the drop-down menu
  • Sometimes the Anki scheduling algorithm does not schedule new cards in the correct order
    • For instance, you may suddenly be presented with new cards that you know to be from a different chapter
    • To be safe, before starting any new Anki deck, I recommend making sure that Anki presents new cards in the order added
    • (I always do this in Anki for my smartphone, so this is my guess for how to perform the corresponding procedure in Anki for my PC)
    • To make sure Anki presents new cards in the order added on PC, make sure your new deck is open on the main Anki screen, click Options at the bottom, click “Random” in the drop-down menu under Insertion order, click Save, close the Options dialog, click Options at the bottom again, click “Sequential (oldest cards first)” in the drop-down menu under Insertion order, click Save, and close the Options dialog
    • To make sure Anki presents new cards in the order added on a smartphone, make sure you are looking at a card from your deck on Anki mobile, tap the three dots in the upper right, tap “Deck options” on the pop-up menu, tap “New cards”, tap “New cards in order added” under Order, tap “New cards in random order”, tap the back arrow or swipe right to return to your card, tap the three dots in the upper right again, tap “Deck options” on the pop-up menu, tap “New cards”, tap “New cards in random order” under Order, tap “New cards in order added”, and tap the back arrow or swipe right to return to your card

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Complete Human Anatomy - ENGLISH SAMPLE

By Anatking
Tags: human anatomy, anatomy, english

!WARNING! The series of human anatomy decks contain photos of real human cadavers which might be disturbing to some users.

This is a sample of Complete Human Anatomy deck.

The following sample is in ENGLISH

The sample contains 60 photos and 60 cards (10 from each deck) in language of your choosing.


Description of the COMPLETE HUMAN ANATOMY deck below:

!WARNING! The series of human anatomy decks contain photos of real human cadavers which might be disturbing to some users.

The Complete Human Anatomy is a deck containing 7623 cards based on 1429 human cadavers pictures made in a real dissecting room. This particular deck focuses on bones, muscles, arteries, veins, nerves, ligaments, plexuses, joints and organs of the whole human body. Making it a compendium of human anatomy that can teach you much more than any anatomy atlas.

The Complete Human Anatomy deck contains Upper limb, Lower limb, Thorax, Abdomen and pelvic cavity, Head and neck and Central Nervous System decks.

Each picture is signed, verified and lets the user type in the name of pointed anatomical structure what is the best possible option to prepare for anatomy exam. Personally, using only the COMPLETE ANATOMY I’ve passed my practical exam with an A- grade, and haven’t ever opened a book to study.

The deck is intended for med students all around the world to help them pass, what is for many, the hardest subject during all years of med-school, but people who would just like to study human anatomy for fun, won’t find a better option because to start learning anatomy with the Complete Human Anatomy you don’t have to study before, meaning that the entry lvl is at 0.

In all the decks following abbreviations have been used:

  • Arteria / Artery - a.
  • Vena / Vein - v.
  • Nervus / Nerve - n.
  • Musculus / Muscle - m.
  • Ligamentum / Ligament - lig.
  • Dexter - dex.
  • Sinister - sin.

Creating this decks took many hundreds of hours for few people, but it’s only human to make mistakes, so if you find a mistake, spelling error or some kind of bug or if you have any suggestions please let me know and contact me on reddit: CompleteHumanAnatomy

The deck language is English.

The deck is available both in Latin and English, and it’s part of a bigger project called “COMPLETE ANATOMY” the full list of all the decks can be found below:

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Complete Human Anatomy - LATIN SAMPLE

By Anatking
Tags: anatomy, human anatomy, latin

!WARNING! The series of human anatomy decks contain photos of real human cadavers which might be disturbing to some users.

This is a sample of Complete Human Anatomy deck.

The following sample is in LATIN

The sample contains 60 photos and 60 cards (10 from each deck) in language of your choosing.


Description of the COMPLETE HUMAN ANATOMY deck below:

!WARNING! The series of human anatomy decks contain photos of real human cadavers which might be disturbing to some users.

The Complete Human Anatomy is a deck containing 7623 cards based on 1429 human cadavers pictures made in a real dissecting room. This particular deck focuses on bones, muscles, arteries, veins, nerves, ligaments, plexuses, joints and organs of the whole human body. Making it a compendium of human anatomy that can teach you much more than any anatomy atlas.

The Complete Human Anatomy deck contains Upper limb, Lower limb, Thorax, Abdomen and pelvic cavity, Head and neck and Central Nervous System decks.

Each picture is signed, verified and lets the user type in the name of pointed anatomical structure what is the best possible option to prepare for anatomy exam. Personally, using only the COMPLETE ANATOMY I’ve passed my practical exam with an A- grade, and haven’t ever opened a book to study.

The deck is intended for med students all around the world to help them pass, what is for many, the hardest subject during all years of med-school, but people who would just like to study human anatomy for fun, won’t find a better option because to start learning anatomy with the Complete Human Anatomy you don’t have to study before, meaning that the entry lvl is at 0.

In all the decks following abbreviations have been used:

  • Arteria / Artery - a.
  • Vena / Vein - v.
  • Nervus / Nerve - n.
  • Musculus / Muscle - m.
  • Ligamentum / Ligament - lig.
  • Dexter - dex.
  • Sinister - sin.

Creating this decks took many hundreds of hours for few people, but it’s only human to make mistakes, so if you find a mistake, spelling error or some kind of bug or if you have any suggestions please let me know and contact me on reddit: CompleteHumanAnatomy

The deck language is Latin.

The deck is available both in Latin and English, and it’s part of a bigger project called “COMPLETE ANATOMY” the full list of all the decks can be found below:

See more

Bio 142 (Saladin - Anatomy & Physiology)

By kahn.yiin
Tags: biology, anatomy, physiology, saladin

Flashcards made from the textbook “Anatomy & Physiology: The Unity of Form and Function (Ninth Edition)” by Kenneth S. Saladin covering chapters 13-25 and 27-29 and would likely be very helpful for any beginner-level anatomy and physiology course

Contents

  • Exhaustive and thorough card set for learning and memorizing almost all concepts, facts, figures, and more from the textbook and the accompanying McGraw Hill Connect website
  • The deck is divided into subdecks that correspond to the chapters in the book
  • Each subdeck starts with cards that cover the material presented in each chapter (created in the same order) and concludes with cards that cover the review questions in the Study Guide
  • Supplemental material presented in the accompanying website, if available, is presented after the cards that cover the material presented in each chapter either before or after the cards that cover the review questions in the Study Guide
  • To the best of my ability, I have verified that all of the cards are clear, concise, and accurate - however, if you find any errata, please notify me via the Anki Decks website (https://ankidecks.com) so that I may make corrections ASAP

How To Use This Deck

  • If I may, first let me share a word of advice: any Anatomy & Physiology course, even a beginner course such as one using this textbook, will be very demanding and require lots of effort on a daily basis
    • By creating and sharing this deck, I hope to make learning Anatomy & Physiology easier even if by just a little bit
  • I created this deck while taking Anatomy & Physiology, and I was able to earn an A in the course with no additional notes of any kind
  • I hope that I have done the hard part in creating all or nearly all of the flashcards you will need to earn an A in your course

Here is how I would approach studying for Anatomy & Physiology with this Anki deck and any beginner Anatomy & Physiology textbook:

  1. Back up this Anki deck to a safe location immediately after downloading
  2. Open the original copy of this Anki deck in Anki on your PC
  3. Look at the material your class will be covering for Test 1
    1. For me, Test 1 covered Chapters 13 and 14
  4. Create a new Anki deck called something similar to “Anatomy & Physiology - Test 1”
  5. Move the Cards in the corresponding subdecks to your new deck
    1. Note that moving the cards back from your new deck to the corresponding subdecks will be significantly more difficult
    2. If you need to move the cards back in their original subdecks, I would recommend making and opening another copy of the backup
    3. To move the Cards, click the subdeck on the main Anki screen, click Browse just above the deck title, highlight all of the cards you want to move, alternate-click one of the highlighted cards, click Cards on the pop-up menu, click Change Deck on the submenu, and click to highlight your new deck on the dialog that appears and then click Move Cards
  6. Find the total number of cards in your new deck
    1. To find this number, click to highlight your new deck in the left pane of the Browse window and look at the top left of the window: the total number of cards in your new deck should appear to the right of the word “Browse”
  7. Calculate the number of working days you have until Test 1
    1. This may or may not include Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays
    2. Note that you will have to study more each day for every resting day And that you will have more cards to review the day after your resting days
  8. Divide the total number of cards in your new deck by the number of working days to find the minimum number of new cards you will have to learn each day
    1. For example, if you have 18 working days and 1,800 cards, you will have to learn a minimum of 100 cards each day
    2. Note that this may seem like a lot - and many days I felt it was - but I am sure you will find quite often that it is less that it appears
    3. Create a new preset for this number
      1. Make sure your new deck is open on the main Anki screen, click Options, click the down-arrow to the right of the Save button, click Add Preset, type a name for the new preset e.g. Focus, and click OK on the Add Preset dialog, type this number in the text box to the right of “New cards/day”, change the number in the text box to the right of “Maximum reviews/day” according to the warning message that appears, and click Save
  9. Regardless of how much actual time you will need for any particular day, from my experience, I would budget at least one hour for every 50 cards so 4 hours for 200 cards
  10. This is very important: on the first day (meaning not just the first day of class but the first day after each test), read the assigned chapters without taking any notes Before using Anki
    1. Then start learning the cards either on your PC or a mobile device (I mostly used my smartphone to learn new cards and my PC to review old cards)
  11. When learning the cards, I would recommend keeping a pen-and-paper handy to write down any questions you may have
  12. After learning the cards, I would recommend first searching the Internet for answers to your questions and then asking your professor about any questions you were unable to find satisfactory answers for online
  13. A week or so before test day, find the topics to be covered on the exam and go over each in as much detail as possible in your textbook and cards

Tips

  • I would recommend learning new cards before reviewing old cards, as I tried reviewing old cards first for a couple of days initially but found I was exhausted by the time the new cards appeared
    • On the other hand, I often found reviewing old cards to be easy after learning new cards
    • To learn new cards first, click Tools on the toolbar of the main Anki screen, click Preferences, click Scheduling, and select “Show new cards before reviews” from the drop-down menu
  • Sometimes the Anki scheduling algorithm does not schedule new cards in the correct order
    • For instance, you may suddenly be presented with new cards that you know to be from a different chapter
    • To be safe, before starting any new Anki deck, I recommend making sure that Anki presents new cards in the order added
    • (I always do this in Anki for my smartphone, so this is my guess for how to perform the corresponding procedure in Anki for my PC)
    • To make sure Anki presents new cards in the order added on PC, make sure your new deck is open on the main Anki screen, click Options at the bottom, click “Random” in the drop-down menu under Insertion order, click Save, close the Options dialog, click Options at the bottom again, click “Sequential (oldest cards first)” in the drop-down menu under Insertion order, click Save, and close the Options dialog
    • To make sure Anki presents new cards in the order added on a smartphone, make sure you are looking at a card from your deck on Anki mobile, tap the three dots in the upper right, tap “Deck options” on the pop-up menu, tap “New cards”, tap “New cards in order added” under Order, tap “New cards in random order”, tap the back arrow or swipe right to return to your card, tap the three dots in the upper right again, tap “Deck options” on the pop-up menu, tap “New cards”, tap “New cards in random order” under Order, tap “New cards in order added”, and tap the back arrow or swipe right to return to your card

If my Anki deck has helped you, please help me pay for college!

Donate!
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