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Anatomy

Head and Neck
Upper Limb
Lower Limb

We have both visual study aids, as well as written.

Here is an example of a study aid for the muscles of the neck:

Anatomy and Physiology Quizzes is a work in progress at the moment. However, we are working hard to create the best online anatomy and physiology quizzes that we can for students. We will continually upload the flash quizzes that we have finished. Remember though, this is a huge undertaking, as there is so much physiology and anatomy to go over!

Anatomy and physiology are some of the most exciting classes you can take (of course, this also depends on who’s teaching it, lol). But if you think about it, its amazing how complex and fascinating the body can be. Just imagine, your body started as a single cell, and within a short span of 40 weeks you were born with arms, legs, head, neck, eyes, ears, and so much more!

This site was created with you in mind. When I create the anatomy and physiology quizzes, I always think about a few questions:

1. What questions would be likely to come up on exams?

2. Are the questions interresting?

3. What is the best way to teach a concept?

I keep these questions in mind when I create each of the sections. Unfortunatly, it does take a while to create the quizzes, but I think once you guys see the finished product it’ll help a lot of people.

Also, I would really like it if people send me quizzes they have created for their subjects. I will review the submitted quizzes, and then put them up on the website, and giving credit to the quiz creator by putting their name on the quiz.

I set sections for the anatomy and physiology quizzes.

For the anatomy, I have it set into the following sections:

  1. Upper Limb
  2. Lower Limb
  3. Head and Neck
  4. Back and Spinal Cord
  5. Thorax
  6. Abdomen
  7. Pelvis and Perineum

Physiology

(under construction)

For physiology I will split it up into the following sections:

  1. Physiology and Homeostasis
  2. Cell Physiology
  3. Plasma Membranes and Potentials
  4. Neural and Hormonal Communication
  5. The Nervous System (CNS and PNS)
  6. Muscles
  7. Cardiac
  8. Blood, Blood Vessels and Blood Pressure
  9. Body Defenses
  10. Respiratory System
  11. Urinary System
  12. Fluid and Acid-Base Balance
  13. Digestive System
  14. Energy Balance and Temperature Regulation
  15. Endocrinology (Endocrine Glands)
  16. Reproductive System