This brings me back to an earlier time when I was in school working towards my chiropractic degree. Our school had two parts for human anatomy (lecture and a human dissection lab where we were to learn the bones, muscles, nerves and arteries of the body. I knew that the knowledge that I would learn would be extremely valuable in real life while taking care of patients, however, I was not really very excited about the fact that I had to cut into a corpse to learn these things. The first cut was the one of the hardest things that I ever had to do. It was, however, the start of an interesting journey on my way to becoming much more knowledgeable about the human body and how it works.I learned many things including that the skin is actually an organ and the largest organ we have. It protects us and helps us to expel toxins as well. Some other things that I learned was that the skull was made up of 29 different bones and a majority of these bones form the cranial vault which houses and protects the brain (the supercomputer that processes a vast amount of data every second and basically runs our body).The textbooks that I used during my educational experience were Netters Atlas of Human Anatomy and Shearers Manual of Human Dissection. After I became more comfortable with this class, these textbooks became invaluable but learning the things like the origin (or start of) and insertion (or ending of) a muscle, the nerve and blood supply, along with where this muscle is located in the body in comparison with other structures was still very difficult.Sure, you do learn some helpful sayings and mnemonics to help you remember some of the information. One example is the phrase major over minor when it comes to identifying certain muscles. The pectoralis major muscle lies on top of the pectoralis minor muscle.Another example of a helpful mnemonic is when it comes to the wrist bones (also known as the carpal bones). The wrist is made up of 8 different bones. These carpal bones have very funny sounding names and your professors want you to name them out in the correct order so that you know precisely where each one islocated. We will get to the actual names of them in just a bit but the easy way to remember the correct order and location of each is by a mnemonic that is widely passed around in schools by the students. The saying is Some Lovers Try Positions That They Can't Handle. Now that makes it a little easier to remember because a phrase like that is not too easy to forget. The names of the wrist bones in order then is: Scaphoid, Lunate, Triquetrum, Pisiform, Trapezium, Trapezoid, Capitate and Hamate.The best thing to do is study hard. Yes, I know, that is actually easier said than done. I found that repetition also aided me in remember things more easily. Finally, another technique that I used to do to help me recall these things was to take my Shearers Manual of human dissection and read through the descriptions of the different areas. With the description given, I would then take a piece of paper and draw out what was illustrated by the words of the text. This was one of the most important things that helped me to easily recall what was required to know for the upcoming examination. I would even take it so far to re-draw all of my little illustrations of these areas several times prior to the test which helped to drive all of my creativity and facts about the human anatomy into my brain so that I could recall more easily what I needed to know.Now, looking back on how everything, how I studied back then with what I had and what is available online today for studying human anatomy there is only one thing that I would have changed. 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