Anatomy Mnemonics Collection – With over 19 courses and 500+ topics, passing the NEET PG test without appropriate preparation is virtually difficult. It is impossible to memorize and recall medical language at the same time in a time-constrained setting. Students need to choose a simple approach to remember such high-octane medical words in such a situation. Mnemonic learning can be an effective way to abstract a great deal of knowledge.
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What is anatomy?
Anatomy is the study of people’s and other creatures’ bodies. The position and structure of organs such as muscles, glands, and bones are recorded in anatomy. An anatomist is a person who studies anatomy. Universities, medical institutions, and teaching hospitals frequently hire academic human anatomists. They are often active in research and teaching.
Types of anatomy
● Surface anatomy is the study of the external body. Regional anatomy is the study of particular bodily areas. Systemic anatomy is the three divisions of gross anatomy.
● Cytology is the study of cells. Histology is the study of tissues. These are two subsets of microscopic anatomy, and it is the study of tissues.
● Physiology is the study of function. Biochemistry is the study of living things and chemical processes.
● Comparative anatomy is the study of similarities and differences between species. Embryology is the study of the development of embryos.
What are mnemonics?
Retaining and recalling knowledge is a challenge for many children with learning difficulties. Teaching kids mnemonic methods are also known as memory-enhancing strategies. It is one of the most effective approaches. It assists them in overcoming this difficulty. Visual or auditory clues are used in mnemonic techniques. They help pupils in making connections between their past knowledge and new material. You can learn anatomy mnemonics from the eGurukul app. The eGurukul app offers its students round-the-clock assistance through its specialized help centers. There are more than 150 DBMCI centers. It provides a one-stop-shop for all of the questions that come in. The facility is open to anybody who wants to attain their goals. They can be the best amongst their peers.
Mnemonic uses certain techniques, such as elaborate coding, recovery tips, and images. It encodes information in a way that allows effective storage and retrieval. Mnemonic helps link original knowledge with something more accessible or meaningful, leading to better information storage.
The Benefits of Using Mnemonics
Mnemonics are memory aids for people who have trouble remembering a complex subject, list, or concept. They enable us to learn and retain essential concepts in a range of topics, from English to arithmetic, swiftly and effectively. They function because our minds recall material that we can relate to or have personal experiences with.
Mnemonics have been shown to be effective memory aids for a range of activities. Doctors, scientists, geologists, artists, and students benefit from them. Make yourself a mnemonic if you’re having trouble remembering anything.
Let’s look at some anatomy mnemonics
|S.no||Category||Name of parts||Mnemonic|
|1||Inversion vs. Eversion.||Eversion :pEroneus longuspEroneus BrevispEroneus TertiusInversion :tilbialis anterior tilbialis posterior||The second letter rule.|
|2||Tarsal Bones.||TalusCalcaneusNavicularMedial cuneiform Intermed. cuneiform Lateral cuneiformCuboid||Tiger Cubs Need MILC.|
|3||Attachments to Pes anserinuS .||SartoriusGracilissemiTendinosus||Say Grace before Tea.|
|4||Carpal Bones of the Hand.||ScaphoidLunateTriquetrumPisiformTrapeziumTrapezoidCapitate Hamate||She Looks Too Pretty, Tries TO Catch Her.|
|5||Nerve roots of the Long thoracic nerve.||innervates serratus anterior||C5, 6,7 raise your arms to heaven.|
|6||Nerve roots of Phrenic nerve.||innervates diaphragm||C3,4,5 keeps the diaphragm alive.|
|7||The main muscles involved Elbow flexion.||Biceps brachii Brachialis Brachioradialis||3B’s bend the elbow.|
|8||Attachments to Bicipital Groove.||Teres major pectoralis majorLatissimus dorsi||A lady between two Majors.|
|9||Innervation Adductor Magnus.||Adductor Magnus innervated by Sciatic and Obturator||AM SO|
|10||Relations of Femoral nerve, artery, vein.||Lateral to medial: Nerve Artery Vein LYmphatics (femoral canal)||NAVY|
|11||Innervation of the penis.||Parasympathetic (erection) Sympathetic (emission and ejaculation)||Point Shoot Score.|
|12||Intrinsic Hand Muscles from lateral to medial.||Abductor poll. br. Flexor poll. br. Opponent poll. Adductor poll. Opponent dig. min. Flexor dig. min. Abductor dig. min.||All For One And One For All.|
|13||Parts of the Brachial Plexus.||Roots Trunks Divisions Cords Branches||Read That Damn Cadaver Book.|
|14||Lateral to medial:||Paired erector spinal muscles Iliocostalis Longissimus Spinalis||I Like Standing.|
|15||Femoral Triangle Boundaries||Sartorius Adductor longus Inguinal Ligament||Shaped like a SAIL.|
|16||Lumbar Plexus.||Iliohypogastric Ilioinguinal Genitofemoral Lateral femoral cut. Obturator Femoral .||Interested In Getting Laid on Friday.|
|17||Branches of Subclavian artery.||Vertebral Internal thoracic Thyrocervical trunk Costocervical trunk Dorsal scapular.||Vitamin C and D.|
|18||Level of Diaphragmatic apertures.||Vena cava T8 Oesophagus T10 Aortic hiatus T12.||# of letters: Vena cava 8 Oesophagus 10 Aortic hiatus 12.|
|19||Bones in the nasal septum.||Maxilla Vomer Frontal Nasal Sphenoid Ethmoid Palatine.||My Very Fine Nasal SEPtum.|
|20||Layers of the Scalp.||Skin Connective tissue Aponeurosis (galea) Loose connective tissue Periosteum.||SCALP.|
|21||$2,3, 4 innervates anal.||sphincter urethral sphincter and causes erection of the penis.||c2,3, 4, keeps the pee/poo/penis off the floor.|
|22||Carpal Bones of the Hand.||Scaphoid Lunate Lriquetrum Pisiform Trapezium Trapezoid Capitate Hamate.||She Looks Too Pretty Tyto Catch Her.|
|23||Bones of the medial wall of the orbit.||Maxilla (frontal process) Lacrimal Ethmoid Sphenoid.||My Little Eye Sits.|
|24||Level of Diaphragmatic apertures.||Vena cava T8 Oesophagus T10 Aortic hiatus T12.||#of letters: Vena cava 8 Oesophagus 10 Aortic hiatus 12.|
|25||Bones in the nasal septum.||Maxilla Vomer Frontal Nasal Sphenoid Ethmoid Palatine.||My Very Fine Nasal SEPtum.|
|26||The superior orbital fissure is a passageway for nerves.||Lacrimal nerveTrochlear nerveFrontal nerveSuperior division of an oculomotor nerveNasociliary nerveAbducens nerveInferior division of the oculomotor nerve.||Live Frankly To See Absolutely No Insult.|
|27||Cavernous sinus structures and their locations.||Oculomotor nerveTrochlear nerveOpthalmic branch of trigeminal nerveMaxillary branch of trigeminal nerveCarotid artery (internal)Abducens nerveTrochlear nerve.||O TOM CAT.|
|28||Branches of the facial nerve.||TemporalZygomaticBuccalMandibularCervical.||Ten Zulus Bought My Cat.|
|29||Brachial plexus.||RootsTrunksDivisionsCordsBranches.||Randy Travis Drinks Cold Beers.|
|30||Hand interossei muscles.||Palmar interossei – ADductDorsal interossei –Abduct.||PAD DAB.|
|31||Wrist bones.||ScaphoidLunateTriquetrumPisiformTrapeziumTrapezoidCapitateHamate.||She Likes To Play, Try To Catch Her.|
|32||The scrotum’s layers.||SkinDartosExternal spermatic fascia.Cremaster muscleInternal spermatic fasciaTunica vaginalisTestis.||Some Damn Englishmen Called It The Testis.|
|33||Rotator cuff muscles.||Supraspinatus Infraspinatus Teres minor Subscapularis.||The SITS muscles.|
|34||Serratus anterior: innervation.||Serratus Anterior = Long Thoracic.||SALT.|
|35||Bell’s palsy: symptoms.||Blink reflex abnormal Earache Lacrimation [deficient, excess] Loss of taste Sudden onset.||BELL’S Palsy.|
|36||Buttock quadrant is safest for needle insertion.||The Upper Outer quadrant of the Buttock safely avoids hitting the sciatic nerve.||Shut up and butt out.|
|37||Carpal tunnel syndrome causes.||Myxoedema Edema premenstrually Diabetes Idiopathic Agromegal Neoplasm Trauma Rheumatoid arthritis AmyloidosisPregnancy||MEDIAN TRAP:|
|38||Cervical plexus: arrangement of the important nerves.||Great auricular Lesser occipital Accessory nerve pops out between L and S Supraclavicular Transverse cervical||GLAST:|
|39||Extraocular muscles cranial nerve innervation.||Lateral Rectus is 6th Superior Oblique and 4th rest are all 3rd cranial nerves.||LR6SO4 rest 3.|
|40||Lumbar plexus roots.||2 nerves from 1 root: Ilioinguinal (L1), Iliohypogastric (L1). 2 nerves from 2 roots: Genitofemoral (L1, L2), Lateral Femoral (L2, L3). 2 nerves from 3 roots: Obturator (L2, L3, L4), Femoral (L2, L3, L4).||2 from 1, 2 from 2, 2 from 3.|
|41||Median nerve: hand muscles innervated.||Lumbricals 1 and 2 Opponents pollicis Abductor pollicis brevis Flexor pollicis Brevis.||The LOAF muscles.|
|42||Pectoral nerves: the path of lateral vs. medial.||The lateral pectoral nerve only goes through the Pectoralis major, but the Medial pectoral nerve goes through both Pectoralis major and minor.||Lateral Less, Medial More.|
|43||Penis autonomic innervation actions.||Alternatively: “Point and Shoot”: Parasympathetic Points it, Sympathetic Shoots out the semen. Erection and Ejaculation (Emission).||Parasympathetic Puts it up. Sympathetic Spurts it out.|
|44||Radial nerve: muscles innervated.||Triceps Anconeus Brachioradialis ext. Carpi radialis longus ext. Carpi radialis brevis Supinator ext. Digitorum ext.Digiti Minimi ext. Carpi ulnaris Abductor poll. longus ext. Poll. brevis ext. P poll. longus ext. Indices.||Try A Big Chocolate Chip Sundae, Double Dip Cherries, And Peanuts Preferably Included.|
|45||Radial nerve: muscles supplied (simplified).||Brachioradialis Extensors Supinator Triceps.||BEST muscles.|
|46||Spinal cord: length in the vertebral column.||Spinal Cord Until L2 (LL).||SCULL|
|47||Thigh: innervation by compartment.||Medial compartment: Obturator Anterior compartment: Femoral Posterior compartment: Sciatic.||MAP OF Sciatic.|
|48||Trigeminal nerve: where branches exit the skull.||Superior orbital fissure is V1 foramen Rotundum is V2 foramen Ovale is V3.||“Standing Room Only”:|
|49||V3 innervated muscles (branchial arch 1 derivatives).||Mastication [masseter, temporalis, pterygoids] Digastric [anterior belly] Mylohyoid tensor Tympani tensor Veli palatini.||M.D. My TV.|
|50||V3: sensory branches.||Buccal Auriculotemporal Inferior alveolar Lingual.||Buccaneers Are Inferior Linguists.|
|51||Vagus nerve: path into the thorax.||The Left Vagus nerve goes Anterior descending into the thorax.||I Left my Aunt in Vegas.|
|52||Cubital fossa contents.||Radial Nerve Biceps Tendon Brachial Artery Median Nerve||Need Booze To Be At My Nices.|
|53||Inguinal canal: walls.||Superior wall (roof): 2 Muscles: internal oblique Muscle transverse abdominus Muscle Anterior wall: 2 Aponeuroses: Aponeurosis of external oblique Aponeurosis of internal oblique Lower wall (floor): 2 Ligaments: inguinal Ligament lacunar Ligament Posterior wall: 2Ts: Transversalis fascia conjoint Tendon.||MALT: 2M, 2A, 2L, 2T.|
|54||Mediastinum: posterior mediastinum structures.||The esophaGOOSE (esophagus) The vaGOOSE the nerve The azyGOOSE vein The thoracic DUCK (duct).||There are 4 birds.|
|55||Retroperitoneal structures list.||Suprarenal glands Aorta & IVC Duodenum (half) Pancreas Ureters Colon (ascending & descending) Kidneys Esophagus (anterior & left covered) Rectum.||SAD PUCKER.|
|56||Superior mediastinum contents.||Brachiocephalic veins Arch of aorta Thymus Superior vena cava Trachea Esophagus Nerves (vagus & phrenic) Thoracic duct.||BATS & TENT.|
|57||Superior mediastinum: contents.||Phrenic nerve Vagus nerve Thoracic duct Left recurrent laryngeal nerve (not the right) Brachiocephalic veins Aortic arch (and its 3 branches) Thymus Trachea Lymph nodes Esophagus||PVT Left BATTLE.|
|58||Bronchi: which is more vertical.||Many places allow making a right-hand turn at a red light if you first come to a complete stop. A child swallowing a red penny is more likely to get it stopped down the right bronchus since it is more vertical.||Right on Red.|
|59||Bronchopulmonary segments of the right lung.||Apical Posterior Anterior Lateral Medial Superior Medial basal Anterior basal Lateral basal Posterior basal.||A PALM Seed Makes Another Little Palm.|
|60||Tonsils: The three types.||Pharyngeal Palatine Lingual.||There’s 3 V’s in your Voicebox.|
|61||Broad ligament: contents.||Bundle (ovarian neurovascular bundle) Round ligament Ovarian ligament Artefacts (vestigial structures) Duct (oviduct).||BROAD:|
|62||Sperm pathway through the male reproductive tract.||Seminiferous tubules Epididymis Vas deferens Ejaculatory duct Nothing Urethra Penis.||SEVEN-UP:|
|63||Sperm: the path through the male reproductive system.||Seminiferous Tubules Epididymis Vas deferens Ejaculatory duct.||My boyfriend’s name is STEVE.|
|64||Spermatic cord contents.||Pampiniform plexus Ductus deferens Cremasteric artery Testicular artery Artery of the ductus deferens Genital branch of the genitofemoral nerve Sympathetic nerve fibers.||Piles Don’t Contribute To A Good Sex Life.|
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