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I'm really crumbling under the workload and want to ask if there's any resources that people have found useful. Online resources like detailed diagrams, quizzes and stuff. I'm willing to pay if it's worth it too, I just need something useful! :cry2:
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I'm really crumbling under the workload and want to ask if there's any resources that people have found useful. Online resources like detailed diagrams, quizzes and stuff. I'm willing to pay if it's worth it too, I just need something useful! :cry2:
Does your uni subscribe to Acland's? Fabulous videos of anatomy shiz.
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Does your uni subscribe to Acland's? Fabulous videos of anatomy shiz.
I don't know, not sure. Would I be able to subscribe on my own?

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The University of Michigan Medical School has some pretty neat stuff, also check out their YouTube channel here.

Apart from that, I just browse youtube for whatever I need, there are plenty of good videos on there.

Having said that there are recommended websites such as:

https://videos.med.wisc.edu/events/65
https://human.biodigital.com/index.html
http://www.innerbody.com/

But I mainly use YouTube

Good luck~
Thanks, I'll see what's up on youtube
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Because of the intricacy of privacy laws in regards to cadaver use in this country. It's unlikely you'll find good anatomy videos from the uk.

The the ones produced in third world countries are kicksss awesome!!!
Oh I have no need to see real cadavers online, I already see real ones in our anatomy sessions at uni haha.

Just checked out some youtube videos and found them really helpful
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What logic Is that? I spend 8 hours min. Per week with cadavers. But if wasn't for the YouTube videos i wouldn't learn half as much.
We spend 4 hours once a week dissecting and that sounds enough, no?

Do you see real cadavers?
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Dundee is the only medical school in the U.K. that utilises Thiel cadavers. This means that our cadavers are very 'life-like' as the embalming fluid doesn't discolour the cadavers and allows full joint movements.

so in essence, our cadavers are the most real thing out there B-)

the one I'm currently working on died at the age of 49 due to lung cancer, which makes for the most Young cadaver :P
We use real cadavers as well which I find useful imo. Not sure about the embalming process in ours, but I'm sure I'd find a Thiel cadaver even more nightmarish seeing as it's so realistic :afraid:

Anyway since when was it a competition? :laugh:
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Lmao, sorry didn't mean it to sound like that ;_; I just mean no matter how good the cadavee, YouTube videos are always as good tell me your modules currently, omg there is this video on neck triangles ITS SO GOOD. I SHALL SPAM YOU WITH LINKS
M8 can you NOT? :unimpressed:

I'm currently studying the upper limb muscles and tendons, where they attach to the scapula and spine and how they bring about flexion, extension etc

Interesting stuff, just finding it hard to remember all the names
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LOOOOOL, I'm sowwwwy ahahaha

well, I'm actually doing dentistry, so we only really care about the head upwards

but yeah, the names can be a pain in the ass!

OMG I can't imagine anything worse than dissecting nothing but a skull :eek:

Sounds even more nightmarish :afraid: Do you not get the rest of the body?
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We work on the neck upwards, med students do the rest


DUDE YOU HAVE NO IDEA XD

we inject the eyes with glycerol to make them pump and allow dissection of the eye muscles

we sawed the scalp off and removed the brain

we cut the neck off and removed the rest of the head

we dissected every single fibre to isolate every tiny minuscule nerve (which is so painfully tedious)

but we're basically done now I'm gonna miss him
What, the med students don't even get a skull?! :eek:

I really should have finished my dinner before embarking on this discussion, that was way too much information :hand:

What year are you in then?
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Anatomy zone on youtube. Using it for my Part 1 revision
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Lmao, you should hear about the tongue dissection! Jk

Our school places sooooo much emphasis on anatomy it's crazy

lol, you guys can have the skull models

year 1 haha, you?
Before today I thought I was unlucky in anatomy, but compared to you lot and your crazy arrangements, I'm kinda grateful

Actually we're still unlucky, we have to learn the entire body INCLUDING the skull :unimpressed:

Same haha, how are you finding year 1?

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Anatomy zone on youtube. Using it for my Part 1 revision
I'm already using youtube videos, they're more helpful than I initially imagined!
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ahahhaah sucks to be you

wow that sounds long too

man I hate most of the preclinical sciences so much ahaha, especially biochem.... But the views and scenery are soooooo good!!! Why?

which school do you go to
Everything's a long process here, I don't even have time to myself anymore :cry:

I'm really enjoying speaking to real patients and learning clinical skills :yep: When do you get the chance to get hands on with teeth?

I'm at the uni of east anglia We've got bunny rabbits everywhere, better than 'views and scenery'
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Haha, really? We just finished our first set of exams so Im pretty chilled atm

speaking to real parents? :confused: aha nice, we do some stuff called ICRAs (integrated clinically relevant activites) which is a lot of clinical work. But we won't get our own patients until late of next year :'(

wtf, how do you have rabbits? Is that why you decided to go there Ahahahah
Oh we had exams before Christmas and straight after, but we're doing assessments throughout so there's no time for rest :sad:

I'm pretty sure I said real 'patients' :laugh: Yeah we've been talking to patients since the very first week so there's a lot of exposure

I don't even know, it's like a breeding ground for rabbits :/ Didn't even know about them till I came here :ninja:
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Omg wow, were they formative? Or do they actually count?

LOL, I think I'm blind. But early exposure is really good how do you find it?

im actually pretty jealous rabbits look so funny when they run
Yeah luckily they were! Takes away the pressure for a bit at least

I'm finding it really helpful, although daunting at first by the end of the course, it would be second nature :cool:

Unfortunately here when they run, they tend to get run over so I hate looking :erm:
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I'm really crumbling under the workload and want to ask if there's any resources that people have found useful. Online resources like detailed diagrams, quizzes and stuff. I'm willing to pay if it's worth it too, I just need something useful! :cry2:

I would really recommend using a site called TeachMeAnatomy. It covers a vast range of anatomy and also features great illustrations alongside. The simple but accurate information is a great strength for this resource.

Hope it helps!

http://teachmeanatomy.info
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