In this video series we rattle off @167 people who were kind enough to discover anatomy and name it after themselves either as individuals or as a team. Understanding anatomy and memorizing these terms can be difficult, but if we can get a bit of a back story it might be much easier to log these people and their discovered anatomy into our anatomical memory banks. Just think how much smarter you’d sound if you said, “Ampulla of Vater also knows as the hepatopancreatic ampulla of the hepatopancreatic duct formed by the pancreatic duct and common bile duct named after Abrahama Vater a German anatomist who first published his findings in 1720. The answer is yes, you would sound like someone I’d want during a surgical examination or correction of anatomy in this area.

Here are some excellent resources to help with anatomical memorization for anyone in the medical field or someone who is just curious about the human body.
The famous anatomy coloring book: http://amzn.to/2twlkQB
The famous Netter Anatomy book: http://amzn.to/2uq2dvL
– and the Netter Coloring book: http://amzn.to/2t6FsJz

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