Netter's Anatomy Flash Cards, 5e (Netter Basic Science)
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This offers many useful tutorials and tips for Anki users. It’s primarily designed for med students but the content is just as good for students in other fields. Le Fort II: fratura piramidal que engloba as maxilas, os ossos nasais, as margens infraorbitais e os assoalhos da órbita de ambos os lados Raiz posterior do nervo espinal Gânglio sensitivo do nervo espinal Ramo anterior do nervo espinal Dura-máter Aracnoide-máter Espaço subaracnóideo Pia-máter que cobre a medula espinal Ligamento denticulado
Bigorna Martelo (cabeça) Membrana timpânica Janela da cóclea Tuba auditiva Cóclea Nervo vestibulococlear (NC VIII) Ductos semicirculares, ampola, utrículo e sáculo Estribo na janela do vestíbuloLearning from flashcards though is always my first recommendation to any students about to dip into it.
Osso frontal Incisura (forame) supraorbital Osso nasal Osso lacrimal Osso zigomático Forame infraorbital Maxila Forame mentual Mandíbula Osso temporal To supplement your flashcard-based learning it pays to have a good anatomy textbook on hand to better contextualize your learning.
Similar to Anatoking, Hoop’s also has numbered structures on its cards that it’ll ask you to name. Unlike Anatoking these aren’t highlighted however so can take a few seconds to scan! If you’d prefer to keep your flashcards analog and aren’t a fan of digital, then I’ve got you covered.
A big fan of UMich’s stuff – I use their question banks and pathology stuff all the time – it’s amazing to have a resource like this that you can use to follow along with their content and build your anatomy understanding.