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Street Anatomy has launched a cool new sister site, Think Anatomy.

I found that reading an anatomy textbook, sitting in lecture, and dissecting in lab weren’t enough to really master anatomy. So I turned to the Internet to find resources like dissection videos, interactives, games, quizzes, etc., to supplement my study material. It took a lot of time to sift through the results and put together a list of valuable online anatomy resources. That’s where the inspiration to make Think Anatomy started. I wanted to make a site that anatomy students could use to find study aids without having to use a major search engine like Google. So after many many hours spent searching, reviewing, and categorizing anatomy sites, Think Anatomy is finally ready.


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  1. Sebastian says:

    looks like a great site. you should definately hook up with http://www.anatomy.tv, that site revolutionized my anatomy learning!

  2. Dollie Paolucci says:

    Wow, that’s an interesting site! Internet has always been one of the greatest resources for learning. This site can be useful for students, of course, and also for everyone who wants to learn about the human body. After one has applied for a medical course, I think, he could be able to depend and often rely on this site. Thanks for sharing this. Many people would also be grateful for this!  

    Dolly Paolucci

  3. Dollie Paolucci says:

    Wow, that’s an interesting site! Internet has always been one of the greatest resources for learning. This site can be useful for students, of course, and also for everyone who wants to learn about the human body. After one has applied for a medical course, I think, he could be able to depend and often rely on this site. Thanks for sharing this. Many people would also be grateful for this!  

    Dolly Paolucci