These drawings are all done in pen, and were made as part of my study materials for Graduate Anatomy lab.  I have to give credit to Dr. Frank Netter, as these images are taken partly from his textbooks or lab plates/slides.  There was also some influence from our cadaver dissections, if anything needed for exams could/should have been reflected.

I just thought I’d show some examples, even though they were informal sketches in my study notebooks.

Posterior trunk muscles – left side superficial, right side deep
Superficial anterior and posterior thigh
Anterior forearm; superficial and deep muscles
Posterior superficial and deep forearm muscles
Lower leg structures
Anterior and posterior humerus
Bones of the foot and ankle

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    1. Are you a spambot? Your email address has a name in it, so I wasn’t sure. Well, if you are actually a real person, thanks for the comment. The posted pictures do seem to look different, depending on the browser. I haven’t figured out how to fix that yet

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