This lesson covers the anatomy of the orbit, eye, and ear. It is the 18th lesson in a comprehensive undergraduate Human Anatomy course.
This lesson covers abdominal vasculature and innervation and the posterior abdominal region.
This lesson covers the anatomy of the abdominal wall and the contents of the abdominal cavity - the organs, viscera, blood vessels, and nerves related to digestion and elimination.
This lesson will cover the forearm, wrist, and hand, including all the bones, muscles, nerves, and vessels therein.
This lesson covers the muscles, nerves, and blood vessels that are in the arm.
This lesson covers the muscles and movements of the back.
This lesson reviews anatomical position, anatomical terminology, planes of orientation, and movements of the body. Information in this lesson forms the basis for the study of human anatomy.
This lesson covers the vertebrae, joints, and ligaments that make up the spine and back.
This lesson covers the pharynx, larynx, and tongue, focusing primarily on muscles and cartilages.
This lesson covers the structures in the neck, including fascia, supra- and infrahyoid muscles, and nerves, arteries, and veins.
This lesson covers the temperomandibular joint and the structures in the temporal and infratemporal fossae.
This lesson covers the brain and its meninges and vasculature.
This lesson covers the 12 cranial nerves, including their origin, route of passage through the skull base, and the things that they innervate.
This lesson covers the skull, which is the bone that surrounds the sensory organs in the head.
This lesson covers the superficial tissues of the head, including the muscles of facial expression and the nerves, arteries, veins, and glands.
This lesson focuses on the three compartments of thigh and the knee joint.
This lesson covers the basic anatomy of the pelvis and perineum, focusing on osteology of the pelvis and the muscles of the pelvic floor.
This lesson focuses on the mediastinum and heart - including its chambers, surface blood vessels, innervation, and function.
This lesson covers the anatomy of the body wall, thorax, and lungs.
This Human Anatomy lesson covers the shoulder, posterior scapular region, and axilla - including all the muscles, ligaments, nerves, arteries, and veins in the region.
This lesson covers a variety of topics: medical imaging, systems, and the large bones of the body (we'll cover the smaller ones later). It forms the basis for human anatomy laboratory activities.