human-anatomy

I was looking for a good set of online anatomy tutorials I could follow and study on a daily basis, and I’m so happy to have found The Structure of Man series. These are from three tutorials that I finished. The maker likes to talk a bit but the videos are really worth watching if you want to learn human anatomy from simple concepts, gradually adding on to draw figures more realistically. 

Edit: (I should probably explain a bit what I did) So basically you start with a line, then keep splitting it in half (and sometimes into thirds) until you get these sections where parts of the body line up to. From there, the body becomes like a diagram as you keep “connecting the dots” to find your next point. It’s a great reference point to have in your mind especially when you draw figures in perspective and such. Very simple, very easy to remember. 

If you’re in the health science field and haven’t already, eventually you will have to know how to give injections. This is a very common practice and there are plenty of people that cant stand the thought of needles especially inserting it into a person. Its very important you get it right or else it could lead to damages. Here are some tips on inserting needles the right way.

www.learninghumananatomy.com

If you’re in the health science field and haven’t already, eventually you will have to know how to give injections. This is a very common practice and there are plenty of people that cant stand the thought of needles especially inserting it into a person. Its very important you get it right or else it could lead to damages. Here are some tips on inserting needles the right way.

www.learninghumananatomy.com

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Trauma X-ray - Lower limb

  • from Radiology Mastercourse

“Fractures and dislocations of the forefoot (metatarsals and phalanges) are usually straightforward to identify, so long as the potentially injured bone is fully visible in 2 planes. The contour of the bone cortex of all bones must be checked carefully.

Standard views:

Dorsal-Plantar (DP) and Oblique- are standard projections of the forefoot. If only a phalangeal fracture is suspected then DP and oblique views of the toe(s) can be acquired. Lateral views can also be helpful” (learn more).

***This isn’t just feet. It’s a cool x-ray source.

(Source: Radiology Masterclass via @TheBadLizard on Twitter)