Anatomy Quiz flexes your brain

Aug 28, 2009
Education

Anatomy Quiz is for folks who look puzzled if someone asks to point out their ulna. Each question in the very visual Anatomy Quiz highlights part of the human body and offers four choices for its name. You are awarded three points for the correct answer the first time, two for a second guess and […]

Anatomy Quiz is for folks who look puzzled if someone asks to point out their ulna.

Each question in the very visual Anatomy Quiz highlights part of the human body and offers four choices for its name. You are awarded three points for the correct answer the first time, two for a second guess and none if it takes four guesses to identify the body part. After you’ve completed the 90-question quiz, your score is reset to zero. The goal is to get better at understanding the body, so the more you learn, the higher your score.

Advanced med students won’t need this quiz but for those of us who quit studying anatomy in high school it will help you distinguish between the sternum and scapula.

Those who find this app too simple may prefer a dissection app such as AnatomyLab or an advanced guide like Grays Anatomy. Still, Anatomy Quiz is a good refresher for students taking basic anatomy courses.

Of course, if you just want to win a few bar bets with your friends, it can be handy to distinguish between the metatarsals and metacarpals.

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