Chapter 11 The Muscular System
Reviewed by Dr. Seher Atamturktur, Bronx Community College
This site gives great hints on learning the name of the muscles.
All the diseases of muscle can be viewed here. Click on the specific disease and get more information about it.
The University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center lists the muscles of the Human Body.
It is place for fun, interactive, and educational views of the human body. There is a lot of information about Muscular System.
This web site is offered by University of Minnesota. It does a good job at helping entry-level students learn a bit of anatomy, but the site is "limited" in facilitating a deep understanding of complex concepts. It is recommended to anybody who enjoys using computer tutorials and is looking for a quick and simple means to learn some anatomy.
Review the functions of the muscular system at this site.
This site is a master list of muscles, origins, insertions, innervations, and actions. A good site for reference, but there are no visuals or animations.
An excellent site for muscle study as well as all of the other body systems. A very comprehensive site that opens many doors for the exploration of the human body.
This is an excellent site that is a good reference and has visuals for each muscle illustrating the origins, insertions, innervations, and actions.
This web site is an excellent location to quiz you on the superficial muscles. There are tutorials and quizzes on the superficial muscles of all the body regions.
Study the upper or lower extremity using this atlas from the University of Washington.
The student section of the ACR site contains information regarding specific musculoskeletal disorders as well as the expanding field of rheumatology.