In this ongoing series on medical etymology, we look at the fascinating stories behind the names of various anatomical terms and organs.
Birds have many characteristics in common with reptiles. Due to these shared characteristics and genetic overlaps many scientists are classifying birds as reptiles, in particular avian dinosaurs. Read on and judge for yourself!
Anatomy of the knee, knee Bones, knee Muscles knee Arteries knee Veins and Nerves looking into the anatomy of the knee. full list of the names of bones , muscles ,veins ,arteries and veins found in the knee
Women have matured with age, indeed! It is seen that in comparison to their counterparts in the late 40s women have changed a whole lot, of course, for the better. Changing conditions have favored noticeable changes in terms of height, weight,...
A fascinating look into the origin of anatomical terminology. The Greek and Latin origins of anatomical etymology and the stories, myths and legends that follow them.
Do left-handed people do better on IQ tests? Are they smarter than right-handed people generally? Find out when to celebrate International Left Hander's Day. Including a list of 100 famous left-handers among them Lady Gaga, Angelina Jolie, and Barack Obama. Take the hand preference...
Here is an article to learn about the basic anatomy of kidneys. There are also a few multiple choice questions on kidney anatomy. Useful for premedical entrance preparation.
A cavity is a structure surrounded by bones and muscles within a space or soft organs and glands. There are four main cavities in the human body, they include Cranial cavity, Thoracic cavity,
Fun tricks you can do with your body.
The respiratory system are made up of those tubes that transport air in and out of the lungs, and microscopic sack where gasses are exchanged