Mnemonics for Anatomy

Suzie Snyder snyder at msvax.mssm.edu
Thu Sep 29 21:57:30 EST 1994


In article <Cwup1o.LtL at osuunx.ucc.okstate.edu>, labpc7 at vms.ocom.okstate.edu (Student Computer Lab) writes:
>Would anyone happen to have any useful mnemonics that I can possibly
>use to aid in remembering structures in the human body.  Some people
>have been kind enough to give some simple ones;  however, I was
>interested in learning about more.  If you happen to know any, I would
>greatly appreciate it.
>
Well, I'm not a mnemonics person myself, but you'd probably love a book called
"Clinical Anatomy Made Ridiculously Simple".  It's chock full of 'em.  Plus
silly drawings and other useful similar devices.

--Suzie



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