Skeletal System

Bone Anatomy

Aaron Kuehn’s Skeleton and Muscle Typograms - Free PDFs for Wall Art. A free and last minute present for someone studying anatomy or friends who love design and typography. Find the Skeleton Typogram here. You can print your own free PDF.

Anatomy and Physiology skeleton infographic... This would have been gear for studying two years ago..

SKELETAL ANATOMY by Amy Kwan An informational poster displaying the hierarchy and organizational relationships with typography. In this case, type serves as both image and information on the skeletal anatomy.makes me think of xray school

The Vagus nerve.

What Happens in Vegas... (or do I mean Vagus?) -

When you breathe deeply into your belly, it stimulates the vagus nerve, which then sends a message to the brain telling it to make the body relax. Stress hormone production is reduced, and other physiological stress effects (like capillary constriction, m

The fingertips contain one of the most densest regions of nerve endings in the human body. http://www.learnbones.com/hand-bones-anatomy/

Bones of the hand, showing the carpal bones (wrist bones), metacarpal bones (bones of the hand proper), and phalanges (finger bones).

Yoga For Your Feet: Our feet are pretty amazing. They account for 25% of the bones in our body and have over 250,000 sweat glands. They take us where we need to go and give us mobility and freedom of movement. The feet are among the first indicators of disease. For instance, ailments like nerve and circulatory disorders as well as diabetes and arthritis tend to show the first symptoms at the feet. They may become numb or have a tingling sensation.

Yoga for Your Feet

This goes to an ad for orthotics but the anatomy lesson is a good one. There are 26 bones in the human foot which are grouped into 7 tarsals, 5 metatarsals and 14 phalanges, for a total of 33 joints, of which 20 are actively articulated

Rad :)

skeleton type art - great on the wall to help medical students remember names of bones!

Rad :)

skeleton type art - great on the wall to help medical students remember names of bones!


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