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Introduction to Body SystemsDiscover the different anatomical systems with the help of our introductory videos featuring Complete Anatomy’s 3D model, and then explore them for yourself in the app.
Introduction to the Skeletal System
Learn about the main divisions of the skeleton and the different shapes of bones that together form the framework for the human body.Share Tweet
Introduction to the Muscular System
Discover the three different types of muscle and learn about their about unique features.Share Tweet
Introduction to the Cardiovascular System
See what nutrients blood carries and how it is transported around the body, featuring an in-depth look at blood vessels.Share Tweet
Introduction to the Nervous System
Discover the functions of the nervous system, and how it can be divided into the central nervous system and peripheral nervous system.Share Tweet
Introduction to the Respiratory System
View the structures which allow the respiratory system to take in oxygen and have a close-up look at the respiratory system divisions.Share Tweet
Introduction to the Digestive System
Discover the anatomy of the digestive system and which organs work together to allow the ingestion, digestion, absorption, and excretion of food.Share Tweet
Introduction to the Urogenital System
Learn about the abdominal and pelvic organs involved in excretion, and how they are divided into the upper and lower urinary tracts.Share Tweet
ConditionsLearn more about a selection of body conditions, and then explore the related structures for yourself in Complete Anatomy.
What is Multiple Sclerosis?
Discover how Multiple Sclerosis develops and affects the body.Share Tweet
Anatomy SlicesCheck back each week for a new video from our medical team, to take you through the ins and outs of the human anatomy.
Bones of the Wrist
Check out how your knowledge of the Greek and Latin names can help you to memorise which bone is which!Share Tweet
Points of Auscultation
Find out why doctors use stethoscopes on strange parts of your torso!Share Tweet
Muscle Layers of the Stomach
Discover how the muscular layers of the stomach help with digestion of food!Share Tweet
Ever visited the doctor due to a pain in your body, only to be told that the cause is in an entirely different area?Share Tweet
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Ever experienced a sharp pain in your wrist, and a numbness or pain in your fingers? In Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, the nerves of the wrist are compressed.Share Tweet
Muscles of the Thigh
Discover the muscles of the thigh and how putting them to work results in knee and leg movement.Share Tweet
Muscles of the Gluteal Region
Dive deeper into the muscular structure of the thigh and gluteal region!Share Tweet
Sutures of the Skull
Learn how the bones of the skull connect to create a solid home for our thoughts.Share Tweet
Bones of the Sternum
Ever had trouble remembering the bones of the sternum? This week’s Anatomy Slice gives you the perfect memory aid — thanks to an unusual prop!Share Tweet
Sounds of the Heart
Have you ever finished exercising and wondered why your heartbeat sounds the way it does? Discover how the lub and dub sounds are created!Share Tweet