Undergraduate Teaching Assistants and Dissectors
If you enjoyed Human Anatomy Lab and are interested in teaching it, or helping with the dissections, you may be eligible to receive academic credit for these activities.
Sample Exam Questions
Handouts that individual TAs have provided to their sections are also included
here so that all students in the course have access to them. Important
disclaimer: Documents in this section have not been edited by the course coordinator
or webmaster and may contain errors or irrelevant information, and may not
be representative of expectations or typical questions on exams. Some of these materials are based on older versions of the lab manual. Please direct
all questions to the author of the document. Remember, only terminology and spelling from the required course materials will be accepted on lab quizzes and exams.
|Anatomy Prefixes, p. 1
|Anatomy Prefixes, p. 2
|Thoracic vertebrae illustrations from Gray's Anatomy
|Muscle drawings by one of our veteran TAs, Spring 2011 - Neck | Back | Anterior Forearm | Anterior Forearm, Deep | Posterior Forearm | Posterior Forearm, Deep | Anterior Leg | Posterior Leg, Deep - Added 2/18/11
|Illustrated Muscle Origins, Insertions, and Actions (Laurie Boriskie) - Added 2/1/10
|Actions Grouped; Synergists and Antagonists (Brooke Tata) - Added 10/6/08
|Questions on muscle origins, insertions, and actions, by Shannon Domarski
|Study tips for the 2nd Lab Practical, by Tara Fay
|Artery map (labeled and unlabeled) and vein map (labeled and unlabeled) by Philip Siebler, Fall 2012 - Added 10/27/12|
|Diagram of arteries and visceral organs (Elena Pellicer), Fall 2011 - Added 10/28/11
|Diagram of arteries and veins, Fall 2011 - Added 10/28/11
|Respiratory, digestive, and cardiovascular structures visible on models, not including heart model (Michaela Brosius) - Added 11/5/08
|The Journey of the Red Blood Cell, by Sophia del Rio
|Artery diagrams from earlier editions of the lab manual: Upper arteries and lower arteries. Note: Artery branching patterns are highly variable. These diagrams can give the misleading impression that you can rely on branching patterns to identify arteries, which is why they were removed from the 4th edition. Identify arteries by the structures they serve, whenever possible.
|Nervous system drawings & diagrams, Spring 2011 - Added 4/3/11
|More nervous system drawings & diagrams, Spring 2011 - Brain Surface Structures | Brain Structures 1 | Brain Structures 2 | Brain Arteries | Cranial Nerves | Brachial Plexus | Eye - Added 4/13/11
Other Useful Links
These are links that you may find interesting or helpful while studying. Please let us know of other useful web pages.
||Great for figuring out how those eye muscles work.