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Upper Limb Anatomy

Upper Limb Anatomy

This fortnights quiz is on Upper Limb anatomy! We hope you’re all studying hard and working your way through our flashcards and question bank.

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The Circle of Willis

The Circle of Willis

Our medical illustrator has been working tirelessly to produce original illustrations that reference Rohens Atlas but decontextualize and simplify the images, helping develop your visual memory and allowing you to focus on the landmarks and relations between anatomical structures – essential for your GSSE prep!

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Anatomy of the digits

Anatomy of the digits

GSSE Spot test! Who’s confident with their digital anatomy? This is a follow-on post from last week’s spot test on the anatomy of the hand.

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The Complexities of Hand Anatomy

The Complexities of Hand Anatomy

Spot test! The hand is one of the most complex and beautiful pieces of natural engineering in the human body, allowing for such versatility from power grasp to precision manipulation.

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Sketch your Anatomy

Sketch your Anatomy

Sketching is a fantastic way to study anatomy, not only does it challenge your visual memory but forces you to focus on the detail and relationships of the anatomical structures.

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Anatomy is worth 50% of your total score

Anatomy is worth 50% of your total score

With the return of RACS exams and the next GSSE in November its times to get serious about your study! Start now and give yourself sufficient time to cover the anatomy syllabus in detail.

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Last’s 9th Edition & Rohens Atlas

Last’s 9th Edition & Rohens Atlas

The GSSE is exclusively based on the core recommended texts – Last’s 9th Ed. And Rohens Atlas. You must know these two texts like the back of your hand, quoting them is even better!

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Enhance your Visual Memory

Enhance your Visual Memory

Understanding the relationship of anatomical structures is vital for your exams and your surgical training. Try to start forming a visual memory of the structures in a particular anatomical region, this way you will be able to rapidly identify if one structure lies superficial or deep to another etc. Observation and drawing is key to forming this visual memory!

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