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Dr. James Pickering and Dr. Craig Canby are renowned experts as well as educators having proven themselves in the field. In this collection of various lectures they share their practical experience regarding the anatomy of the human body, an essential segment of medical studies.
Its parts, functions, organs, structures and other material will be precisely explained to you. These encompass, for instance, the cardiovascular, nervous or digestive system.
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Dr. Craig Canby is Professor of Anatomy at Des Moines University in Iowa. He studied Biology and Chemistry at the Iowa Wesleyan College and later got his Ph.D. in Anatomy at the University of Iowa.
Canby has received many awards and honors for his work including the DPT Class of 2008 Teaching Excellence Award and the Award Hancher Finkbine Medallion.
His research is especially focused on anatomical variations and technology-enabled student learning.
Dr. James Pickering did his Ph.D. at the University of Leeds where he currently works as Associate Professor in Anatomy. He has made various publications on the human anatomy, such as "Access Anatomy: Abdomen", and is heavily involved in the delivery of anatomy teaching to medical, dental and intercalating students.
He regularly uses various modern learning tools to a great extent and was therefore rewarded as "The Most Innovative Teacher of the Year 2014" and "Learning Technologist of the Year 2014" by the Association of Learning Technologists. Additionally, he also received the "University of Leeds Teaching Award".
Amongst others, he currently researches contemporary methods of learning, e. g. the use of blended learning resources on student engagement and assessment, or the screencast as a method of consolidation as well as revision.
Some of these comments are absurd, no where in the video does the professor say interior oblique. Great video, straight to the point with great illustrations. Thank you!
well explained, to the point, easy to understand, and high yield topics being taught for step1
Very less content... Try to upload many more vedios.... And on much more details
accurate selection of high-yield information and clinical correlations . Totally loved it.
Some of these comments are absurd, no where in the video does the professor say interior oblique. Great video, straight to the point with great illustrations. Thank you!
well explained, to the point, easy to understand, and high yield topics being taught for step1
Very less content... Try to upload many more vedios.... And on much more details
accurate selection of high-yield information and clinical correlations . Totally loved it.
Even though i don't use english as my main language i understood almost everything and i haven't really studied it well. I really liked it!
very nice way of dissecting and thoroughly going over each HY nerve, much appreciated!
video was simple and fast, and well articulated. Much appreciated
the course is clear and simple I be able to understand basic anatomy that of course suitable for me and I'll recommend it to my colleagues indeed.
Wish I had known about this website sooner:( I hope all the lectures here are like this.
A good lecture I feel could have been better. What are the 10 Roman numerals in the first figure attributed to? That question is left in my mind.
The Brodman áreas should be added. Great lecture besides that.
I like the way Pickering teaches, he uses a lot of images and the way he explains is really good
its nice liked it very much very nicely explained then others
clear and well summarized, the quizes at the end are very helpful for memorizing
No additional understanding just passive reading. Also, slides are just being changed after reading.
thanks for cutting down into smaller bits.he is a bit fast though.thank you
He sounds so bored, which makes it hard to keep focused. Also some of the slides aren't readable
TOPICS ARE GOOD BUT DR IS VERY SLOW .....HE IS NOT ADDING NE EXTRA POINT BY HIMSELF ..JUST NARRATING THE SLIDES.......EVEN I CAN DO DAT......HE IS NOT AT ALL MAKING IT INTRESTING....FEELING SLEEPY ALL D TIME LISTNING HIS LECTURES....PLZ CONSIDER
Very detailed and easy to understand thank you for your efforts
It explains everything with details, and he shows what he’s saying in images so it’s easier to understand.
Lectures are very dry, provide no interesting insights and focus very strongly on anatomical labels (eg. focus on learning names of parts rather than giving a good knowledge and feel of those parts).
The course doesn't include various topics like temporal, infratemporal and pterygopalatine fossae, temporomandibular joint, origin and insertion of muscles of neck, parotid region, submandibular region, pharynx (the pharynx covered in abdomen doesn't cover much details), blood supply and lymphatic drainage of head and neck, etc
Awesome experience, perfect learning tutorial ... i personally love it because it's more of a teacher to me... love it
Superb best video till now. So it is really helping me
I have watched the lecture series on the Abdominal wall and Thoracic viscera conducted by professor Craig, and he was more interactive and seemed to have greater Knowledge in those parts. This lecture is way too general and lacks many important info.
I found this lecture to be clear, concise and suitable as a complement to lectures, textbook and cadaver work. Could you make the diagrams and their labels a bit larger, as they are difficult to see on smartphone, and there is no zoom facility.
It should be a deeper examination of gross anatomy. It is a pretty superficial description. Also, the muscles and bones of head and neck were not discussed in the corresponding lectures
The professor is doing great job. Quick review of the Body wall. Illustrations could be better and more clinical correlations could be provided.
Very clear explanation and great presentation. Very easy to follow.
It is very superficial. He just repeats whatever appeared on the slides. Additionally, the Doctor makes the lecture very boring.
Excellent presentation by the lecturer I don't think it be could be better explained. Looking forward to the rest of this topic.
I chose this rating because the structures the Lecturer is describing are unclear and difficult to follow. If the instructure had better visualization--such as highlighting the veins as he spoke--that would help immensley. An additional thing that would have helped is to have a visual summary of which veins feed into which at the end of the segment so the students could organize the vein tributaries better in their minds. I like the over all information, it just needs to be presented better.
Es un excelente profesor ya que es muy específico en la antomía, me gusta el sentido en el que va mencionando cada parte del organo y la función que cumple asi como sus patología so anomalias en cuestiones anormales
I really thankful w/ the doctor and his course. If you're really strugling with this topic, believe with those videos you'll understand everything.
its osam and very easy to understand, visual effects are too good
Very high yield info given in logical and presentable way
I am a neurosurgeon. this lecture is fantastic and very useful. i just wish if the quiz has more questions
good cns lecture delivered in an understandable way. very helpful
presentation is pretty slow and he looks like just reading from prompter rather thn really explaning structures
Detailed, well thought out and well described. You won't regret listening to Dr. Pickering.
This is the best explanation. Thanks Doctor James. I can t stop watching it again and again.
i like his voice, explains calmly and thoroughly. helped to understand anatomy in a nice easy way. thanks craig.
Definitely benefitted from the lectures. Just a small note, even when putting the video on HD and full screen, the writing is too small and blurry to see the labelled parts of various anatomical structures. Hope the resolution can be increased or labels increased in size.
These lectures are great! It's good to know also that a lot of topics that are discussed in one lecture are later elaborated on in another lecture too. Usually if I feel like some topic was not covered in depth, it just means that I was discussed further in another video. This is incredibly helpful for Step 1 prep!
Very nice methoad of teaching,first overview,then step by step teaching Neglect above negative comments???? Just flow with it,try questions too.
After reviewing Neuroanatomy in FA and Kaplan, it is fair to say this lecture has delved deeply in some accurate key points of visual pathways.I really admire the fact that you guys have put on some quizzes in the end but I was surprised to see a red flag that goes unnoticed.In one of the question about the right lower optic radiations from the 5 listed, I saw right after radiation Meyer's loop in parenthesis which is clearly a mistake when it comes to asking questions.In the exam, they won't give any clues to test takers because they will have figure out themselves whether or not it is either Meyer's or Non-Meyers' loop.
James used very small images that were of limited value and simply read what was on his slides which had very scant detail. No further elaboration or clinical relevance accompanied his explanations. I have gone to another resource for anatomy as I found my understanding was not stronger after having listened to his lectures.
More voice inflection and emphasis on terms and anatomic function please.
This is one of excellent style of teaching skills and experiences. I recommend students and medical doctors who need to pass a qualifying exam to subscribe and finish all course work.
i like it because it teaches me about the regions of the neck and other things also i want to know more about the triangle of the neck
To be a five-star explanation, Doctor Canby could fulfill the presentation with more images showing the structures described but not present in the pictures he used.
Very clear and to the point explanations. It’s like sitting in class.
Very easy to follow, i like the length of the videos, I think they are more productive, very good foundation and supplement to my school's curriculum. For the most, Lecturio's professors usually outperform my school's professors at presenting material.
Unfortunately I found the course confusing and superficial. In my opinion, it would be important that all the structures of the system be shown, while explaining their functions, for example. Sorry for any mistake, but I'm not used to writing in english.
???????????????????????? you guys made my test today easier, i had no struggle at all. It was an oral test, i made it short and sweet thanks to you
its boring lecture and the lecturer was so slow in talking i think there is deficiency in information
If you have trouble understanding certain concepts, or need introducing, this course can serve you well. However keep in mind that the course can only serve as an introduction, as it contains very little details. Make sure you adequately read ans study from a textbook on top of this.
They are really great videos. I wish questions would be more like USMLE or NBME questions.
Way too general, you need to go into more details and explain more
made anatomy easy and fun! after watching this video all i need is my atlas of human anatomy, i use the app by the way, and am all set for anatomy!
average explanation. This course does not go into deep details. Anyone who lacks fundamental knowledge of the ANS will not be able to get everything the prof said. The questions are good but some lack explanations, others which have explanations, are not rich enough. The diagrams could be better. And the feedback feature of questions is removed. I think the answer to one of the questions which is shown as right is wrong and I could not give feedback.
100m sprint race in Brain and nervous system.very much frustrated.
The content is good although it requires some more information to be incorporated in lectures the knowledge and reputation of lecturer is excellent and he is highly fluent in his delivery of the content thanks a lot for this
there was no explanation other than reading off the slides. neuro is a serious topic that require good explanation but the professor didn't even relate slides or information and treated every slide as a new topic.
It was very nice lecture as i get a new informations which could be difficult to figure it out by reading textbook only. Thank you very much
i wish i had this prof. James pickering for all the anatomy lectures! he's so fun to watch... greaaaat lectures
I chose it because it contain almost every related to topics....like question, articles and etc. Because of the smart classes all the doubts are clear....
Well explained dr,now i understand better, i liked this class very much
I wish this is more about anatomy and less about diereses, as I am in this class right now for my primary objective I need to know the names of every muscles, every bones, what they do, every nerve, what they innervate, and every veins and arteries, also lymphatic and different glands in your faces the videos do not provide enough details and topics I am currently using Clinically Oriented Anatomy 7th Edition by Kieth L. Moore, comparing the knowledge from the book these videos give you almost nothing
he gives very clear ideas, good illustrations, easy to follow
well said, easy to understand, could take some notes, clarity of subjects, for medical students
Thank you for the lectures. Very helpful, I really recommend it
Great for reviewing anatomy for your orthopedic rotation when you don't have time for textbooks. Very detailed.
Professor Pickering breaks down complex concepts in under 8 min videos. This saves me time, and the quizzes after each lecture reaffirms my knowledge. I'm so glad I have this.
Everything is thoroughly explained and easy to follow along at all times
It would be nice to have subtitles for spanish audience. Other than that everything looks great.
lo elegí porque me ayuda aprender mas a profundidad cuando tengo exámenes o prácticas
Very well explained. But it could have some clinic relevance.
I like the video lectures as it is well explained and straight to the important points. Thanks
No such thing as the "internal" oblique. It's called the inferior oblique. Also, should state whether these are primary or secondary actions of the muscle.
Great alternative to Med 1 anatomy course. Enjoy the organization and the clarity of the presentation. The content is digestible.
it was really clear, and precise, i really like the way he explain with the support of the images.
I like his lecture & way of teaching. It meet my expectation.
Very good videos and imágenes, I recommended this app 100% . very well summarized
The class was clear and precise, I have no problem understanding.
Excellent overview. Explained thoroughly and succinctly. Thank you. Huge help.
In the next 3 months I will be starting a coding course for 3 or 4 months. I heard that anatomy is one of the important course of that program and i start to do some research to get myself ready before the starting of the program. I am discovering lot of new things that I was not aware about my own body.
i like the explanation pattern, thankyou so much. its of great value to a med student
I found this very helpful. I don't mind if it's just a general review because if you cover them all it would take a long time. I can read books for more in-depth analysis. Great job !
Unbearable. Even in 1.25x he speaks way too slowly. Boring tone of voice as well
Unfortunately, the lecturer for the anatomy module has disappointed me. Whereas the lecturers in all other modules appear to be amazing, this lecturer speaks way too slow and with a boring tone. I have to listen to the lectures in 1.5x..
The course was clear with good illustrations and clear speech,
I thought this lecture series was very simple and informative, easy to understand but thorough. I appreciate the pneumonic provided, as well as the transcript notes available So we could go back and look and write things down as needed- I Was happy that the teacher spoke clearly and slowly, and that each segment was not very long so that you were able to take time to contemplate information before moving on.
truly captivating, i have enjoyed every bit of it, i even had to watch it twice. way better than what im learning at my school as medical student. will highly recommend it to anyone who want pursue a career in the medical field
The descriptions where clear and comprehensive even to a non native english speaker like my self.
Information is definitely not sufficient for the exams, yet it is helpful for getting the sense of neuroanatomy.
Thank you, Dr. Pickering ! Your lectures are concise, organized, and highlights important points.
if I don't know anything about para/symp nervous system, I wouldn't understand clearly. For example, in symphatetic outflow diagram, I wouldn't understand where the exact location of white or gray ramus in human body on the picture you used.
Thank you Dr for the lectures. As an non English IMGs, I can't stop watching it again and again. Thank you again for talking slowly.
very usefull, i sugest a previous study for those who need more details, i think this is a very usefull tool to help you to undertand what you read in books
I understood SNS input and output quite well prior to watching this video. There are much better figures in textbooks to describe output pathways. I found the figure used a very odd departure from traditional figures and much more confusing.
I'm just wondering if these lectures and questions pertain to questions on family nurse practitioner national exam as well?
This anatomy course is highly recommended to all IMGs to brush up their their knowledge for the Step 1 USMLE examination.
a quick video to clear the concept thank you very much
It's too boring.. I found it less interactive, less interesting. Better to read my Gray's Anatomy book.
Just like reading a Gray's Anatomy book, but this time, I am just listening to him.
Yes. I like the details presentation all Information nicely given good language in short time
This diagram sums up everything and really helpful. I will do this kind of diagram for every arterial supplies. Thank you for giving me the idea. Really appreciated
Great lectures. I liked the systematic approach it helped me pass my exam
great lecturer. will highly recommend it to every medical student who want to do better in medschool
Learnt a few new things. Clear and concise. Really good lecturer. Would recommend to anyone studying anatomy.
Straight to the point and concise. World class lecturer. Really felt at home with it. Felt like I was studying from a very prestigious institution. I would love to recommend to all my colleagues. Just a small thing to note, it would have helped if we were told what plane the images are. It was mentioned for a few of them but others were not and took a little bit of working out like in the diencephalon lectures but otherwise top tier and nothing required too much effort.
Dr speaked more fast and didnt explain completely that we want
thank you doctor Craig for this video it's very helpful i hope you make anther one about cranial nerves specially 5th and 7th
multiply things go unexplained... for example, he did not even explain what is the pelvic floor, or what is the pelvic diaphragm, but he quoted it several times.... bad class
Nice and clear explanation Good Voice and clear speaking friendly and open appearance -> clearly someone I love to listen to for hours
This was a very clear, easy to learn and memorize lecture.
James is really helping me a lot I did very well on my med school midterms but started getting lost in anatomy this has been such a motivation for me I wish I had found him soooner! I would love some more anatomy questions especially relevant for the NBME Board exam! Garrett
It is a well detailed and it suited my course. It is interesting as well
Students who have a very good grasp on the topic may not appreciate it, but overall a good brush up on the choroid plexus and CSF.
high yield review for finals and it's pretty direct and the important matters are stated.
The Lecture is very good. However the image does not clearly highlight the foramen. There appears to be an overlap of Foramen Lacerum with the Internal acoustic meatus.
perfect course, it was great our techear doesn't explane well the material, now i got it more
The instructor is poorly prepared. Anyone can read off of a slide. Didn't even make an effort to find better pictures of structures that are covered. And by the way: hypothesis and hypophysis are completely different things.
Everything perfect explained. In the beginning I was lost with neuroanatomy but now I have more clearly concepts.
Love it very informative, I will follow it as much as I can
It's a good professor, but there should be a "live" skeleton that he uses instead of just the PowerPoint.
He made boring contents interesting not by adding nonsense jokes but by his ways of presentations.
It was great you will never miss a thing everything clear even the diagrams
I recommend all the lectures to all IMGs out there to brush up your knowledge on your basic subjects.
Good and clear discussions on conditions related to the neck.
I find verything related to the brain and nerves to be very difficult to understand, but Dr. Canby makes it easy to get and this makes the whole learning process far more enjoyable. I don't know if it's just me but when I really like the lessons and the teacher, its much easier for me to pay attention and keep on listening.
+ Great and beautifully explained clinically oriented subjects! A good order of presentation - The diagrams where hard to follow since lack of orientation The lymphatic system and drainage was not convered
Best supplement for my med school anatomy lab. Easy to follow and thorough.
Again this lecturer has all the important materials to entice students but lacks he ability to make and impact on our brains on important clinical correlations. Overall boring seems to be reading and not prepared and can't hold my attention with same low level emphasis on everything. Is there another lecturer cos I have to watch video a few times to grab what's important especially when I get the answers wrong.
Lecture was clear and straight forward. The diagrams made sense
Honestly, very difficult to follow, lecturer is not in control of subject matter and diagrams were very poor in visibility as well as explaining the content. People that are already well knowledgeable in subject will benefit more.
Fantastic! It’s like you’ve melted the fear away for me! I can watch over and over and over until I can nearly repeat it word for word. Sometimes when you study you can know something but in a multiple choice question (MCQ) situation later you can be stumped - while I found the sentences are in my head and it’s like being able to check the lecture! Repetition is the best way to learn! You couldn’t ask a class lecturer to keep going over stuff but with your amazing classes you can!! Thanks !!! Telling all my classmates about your article.
Excellent summary of an otherwise challenging subject. Thank you Dr. Canby. Onward!
Great Lecture! Very knowledgeable professor and nice visuals. Thank You!
Good explanations, proper highlighting of important points, abundant compare, contrast and recall
I liked this course very much. it helped me a lot. thank you very much doctor James.
I enjoyed watching this introduction to the limbic system and the conditions were very insightful. Thank you.
Dr. Canby is succinct and to the point with the added benefit of being enjoyable to learn from. Onward!
The Material was presented thoroughly in a manner that was easily understood
Lecture was a bit boring, less emphasis even though content was superb.
Very well explained! Very simplified. Actually helps me understand the lectures I get at Med School!
Explanations are clear and even better than reading my anatomy textbooks.
The questions were helpful, but the lecture was more of a recital. There were no extra explanations, no little tips, no compare and contrasts, to aid and understanding and recall. It was during the second or third time I was watching the hypothalamus that I realised that both medial nucei had to do with appetite regulation and satiety, and lesions could lead to hyperphagia; as opposed to the lateral, whose lesion had the opposite effect, ie starvation. Same thing with posterior and anterior, which have opposing effects on thermoregulation. I had to really focus and repeat the lecture to spot that out. he could have highlighted such points during the lecture.
Loved it, so clear and easy to understand. The presentation is extremely useful
The presentation and speaking is very clear which is good, this has helped me and made medical school easier so far
Very comprehensible lectures! Thank you so much! Now I know the cranial nerves!
feeling amazing after knowing everything about cavernous sinus . Its simple and quick
Consider adding more information and content to the video especially in the clinical section
For the slide about the lumbar nerves, only subcostal (T12) is listed. It would be helpful to list other nerves, such as iliohypogastric (T?) and ilioinguinal (T?).
I learned alot from listening to the lecturer. The information was given in a simplified manner and that was great. The concepts I needed to know and focus I was outlined
Awesome! Thank you. i am just wondering whether the Sinuses and the infoldings are the same thing? How many sinuses are composed by the dura mater and what are their names? Many thanks!
I learn better by listening and visualizing. So these lecturio lecture videos helps me a lot. Reading the text book after watching these is way better than trying to learn from the textbook alone. Also these video lectures aren't boring. they are very interesting. If someone is struggling to learn anatomy on their own, then I'd really recommend this for them.
I was going to give it a five stars but in the lecture you said during respiration the heart moves down and up but in the quiz the right answer was up and down..
I absolutely loved his teachings methods! Learning at it's finest for beginners!
The best lecture about this topic that I´ve seen in my life. Thank you so much, I´m enjoying the anatomy lectures!
I recommend this for any one in medical school who is looking for high yield information.
Clear explanation and easy to understand. Good guide to learn Anatomy
This is simply the best anatomy lecturer I have ever seen. Anatomy requires visualizing the organs to understand and he did that fantastically.
If I needed someone to read off the slides for me I'd just go back to my actual med school professor
monotone basic basically doesn't really explain anything it just sites things
wow! he gives detailed explanations with the pictures. hes doing an excellent job
Clear and concise, easy to understand and very clinically relevant.
I liked very much because its a didactic and interest way to learn.
Dr. Canby provides clear and concise discussion with regard to head and neck anatomy. This has proven to be a great secondary resource for my studies. As an M.D. student, the amount of information is vast, and these lectures provide a great supplement to my university materials. The most effective way I have found to use this material is by viewing the videos that correlate to my current coursework, completing the recall questions, and then reading through the associated articles that are provided throughout the course.
Concise and easy to understand as always! The trochlear nerve only innervates the superior oblique muscle, but Dr Canby's diagrams are excellent - far better than what we use in lectures! I'm a happy student!
It is good but still needs to be improved. For exsampel if the teachers used the 3D figurs to explain, lecturs would be more cleare. Sometimes only picturs are not enough.
Thank you very much for this course. It helped me understand the anatomy of the upper limb very well.
I like his teaching style and presentation. His illustrations are also great for the students to visualize something before you see it with your own eyes. His speech is very clear and easy to understand!
He is the best one to teach anatomy! I love his voice, his style and his presentation. He makes it more simple for the students to visualize something palpable but hidden under the skin and thousands of other components.
explains very well- makes it easy to remember, and relevant to the practice
Dear Prof Canby, Thank you for taking the time to create this resource. I did enjoy it and I found it easy to follow. During the first few lectures, I was hoping for more information on some of the muscles which were involved, and towards the end of the course, you included pictures of the muscles with their attachments which were very helpful. Thank you for including the clinical considerations too. I needed to search some information myself, such as the meaning of general somatic / visceral afferents / efferents, online. I had not studied this before. You began clarifying the role of these towards the end of the course, e.g. general somatic efferent has motor control. This was helpful in consolidating the meaning these terms. A bit more information in the beginning may have been helpful. I look forward to viewing more of your lectures. Best wishes, Hudanur
I certainly liked the video format, where we can adjust the focus from the speaker to the slide, and use the cursor to aid in pinpointing the relevant aspects of the scapula. The only thing I found was missing was a little aside about the suprascapular notch, which was shown in the slide, but not alluded to in the actual video lecture!
The diagrams used had labels that were not in English. So that was really disappointing since it was difficult to go through the PDF files without the lecture. Also.. it would be really helpful if the lecturers used larger and more clear diagrams. And use pens or highlighters when referring to the diagram. Other than that, the course so far is good.
easy to understand.... superb mcqs awesome lecture videos which helps to understand the concept better..
I really enjoy each and every anatomy lecture by Dr James Pickering.......I am actually preparing for NEET PG EXAM IN INDIA...................ITS REALLY HELPING ME TO LEARN IMPORTANT POINTS in ANATOMY which also come for NEET PG INDIA...............THANK U Dr James Pickering........thank u LECTURIO............
terrible lecturing anatomy is dry enough and you don't need a dry lecturere
Very Unclear Connection between lecturer and the diagrams the pictures are unclear the teacher seems reading from the book ... can't focus on what he says
Best lecture ever, I never thought I'd be able to understand brachial plexus
Well Dr Pickering has presented the subject in such a lucid and organised manner that it becomes impossible not to fall in love with it and become dexterous in it at the same time. It was a wonderful experience with the upper limb. Hope I have the same fun with the lower limb!
rating is 5, interesting and self directing through adverts on the you-tube pages
It's very to the point & easy to remember! All I can say is I totally get everything in the lecture!
I vbelieved he had a lot of clarity when explain confusing systems.
That's perfect to review these topics, good job! Clear and enough exhaustive!
Its very clear and simple...Mneumonics are interesting and easy to remember
I am a thirteen year old girl who wants to become an MD when I grow up, and I've been studying anatomy independently for about half a year, and lecturio helps me so much! This lecture is very in-depth and explanatory, if you want to learn about the heart then you should watch this video!
It's very good for my understanding the concept so I rate 4 stars Recommended for my needs of medical resources
Overall, an excellent overview of the essential anatomy of the region.
for more understanding of the movement of the eye it should be presented on real eye not on photos ... ty
good lecture- lost a star because illustrations are in latin. I do appreciate latin is completely acceptable to use in the context of anatomy, but in practice nobody uses latin terms and it feels outdated and counter-productive to learn the latin nomenclature. It would be much easier to follow if everything was in english ; a small point but it did slow me down when following this lecture.
The video quality is quite good and I like the way the topic is presented. I would definitely recommend this to my friends in medical school. I guess the font could be larger and thicker though.
Why am I rating this lecture at all? I had to pause a video just to wrote this review because I was just so grateful that it was broken down so well with the schematic diagram. I was feeling overwhelmed with the amount of information in the blood supply and wondering if there was a way i can get it down quickly and have the concept clear in my mind. These schematics are awesome and are saving my medical life right now!!!!
easy to understand , notes are simple and detail, pictures are clear
Pretty informative lectures. Conveys a good amount of information without taking too long.
Explains very well and also techs the histology with the same organ he is teaching.
He explains good, Easy to understand and move on. Only problem is that he doesn't cover some topics about head and neck Anatomy.
He explains perfectly and easy to move on the studying with him. Not boring at all.
I think the lectures are very basic, the information is not sufficient for an exam questions
Clear explanation, easy to understand and interesting. Thank you for your effort Dr.
There's a lot of structure missing and the way its presented is a bit boring compared to other instructors on youtube.
Very well-explained and thus helpful lectures! Also, the images are better than anywhere else.
Clear and concise with clinical correlations of the major structures.
it was perfect and obvious in explanation.... be clear and obvious in explanation has very important for me ... thanks a lot because of your effort...
Very clear explanations. Areas being discussed are highlighted for visualization. Very thorough. Thank you! Wish you had a video on perineal fascia (colle's, buck's, dartos...) and urine extravasation. Please consider!
a difficult topic made easy and clear - well done (this is just fillers to reach minimum word count needed to post review)
I love Lecturio Anatomy lectures because everything that you see it's better and easy to learn. When I see all the names in the ATLAS I'm stressed, but then, when I watch lecturio it's easy because they explain you everything step by step not only theoretically!
Very good lecture. Makes the dificult easy. Makes me wanna study all day long
so helpful,,,,, now have clear concept of many things,,,,thank you sir
lecture was excellent. cleared the concept in a few minutes. this was really helpful
Used this to study for class and regular exams. Perfect.
Absolutely lovely and visual. The lecturer was very precise and it helped me enjoy the lecture
basically the slides are all that matters in the course; the lecturer doesn´t add anything to them, so I just read the slides not listening to him. Could be better
Good pace, but information relating to the thyroid gland is lacking. This is more of a general overview.
A masterpiece. The simplistic approach to the delivery of the lecture is just awesome
Excellent simple presentation of a deceivingly simple concept. Great reminder while preparing for boards.
Thank you so much!! Really I´m so grateful. You are helping me a lot with all my studies. Greats from México City.
The content of the anatomy videos are great, beautiful diagrams, well written sentences, but with due respect to the lecturer, he has no game and kills the lecture for me. He is basically reading the power points with nothing new to add to the lecture and the fact that he swipe the tablet for the next sentence to appear slows down the lecture even more. It's really hard to advocate for the program. The word of mouth is not helping here. Ive showed it to friends and they are not willing to purchase the course, not to mention I've reported 4 mistakes in the anatomy material so far. Im glad we have the 10 days testing period, because Im cancelling the subscription. It hasnt proved to me the material is worth $60.
i dont like it. in the ad, it was free, now im told to suscribe
Simply awesome. The delivery, speed and diction is just excellent. Its anatomy made easy
Though I wouldn't want to hurt the instructors feelings, I think the concepts are all included, but his ability to convey the information in a coherent, and appealing matter are lacking. Anyone can just read you the concept and put slide after slide, but there is a finesse to the presentation of material. If every lecturer could have that finesse, this would be the most incredible resource for medical students around the world.
It was very simple and understandable. I could keep up without being confused.
I would like in the questions, a rationale of the answer goes directly to the part of the lecture where it is explained. Like an option would be great
Very good preparation for USMLE. For more details you need an anatomy book.
Lecturer is knowledgeable and seems to care about the student's understanding of the material.
Dr. Canby makes neuroanatomy very simple to understand! This lecture covers all the essentials, with great, colorful slides, perfect for visual learners!
I thought it was very straight forward and informational. Pretty good just for starters.
Lecture covered lots of details without becoming boring. Presented at a medically relevant level. Basically, animates the contents in an anatomical atlas. Results are better retention!
Great lecturer! Covers the topic without becoming bogged down in the details.
Dr Craig speaks clearly and slowly so it is easy to follow
Thanks dr. James Pickering, Since I've started to use lecturio I can understand much better the subject of Anatomy. It's hard but well... I wish to pass the final exams!! Thanks, Laura :)
The videos were really helpful. The lecturers explained the concepts very clearly.
so boring, it's no easy to follow. More pictures would be appeciated
I choosed this rating because it explains the topic very well, and I also like the clarification of the functions of a nerve.
my fellow course mates good for recalling important information before exams
lacklustre explanation and too concise - neuroanatomy is a subject that needs far more explanation even if just a review
Overall great, but is missing much of the details in the skull (for example names of the specific bones, features of the bones, etc.) and head in general.
A clear and concise overview of the fascial spaces. However, I think the coverage of the surgical access to the trachea was way too superficial. Details of the levels of relevant anatomical zones, and how to locate these areas in a clinical manner would've been greatly appreciated. Otherwise very useful!
Whilst useful for a brief introduction, I do not feel the lecturio anatomy programme in general provides sufficient detail to be a main-line resource. The videos are too brief and superficial in content to adequately prepare a student for internal examinations, let alone to an NBME standard. The presentation itself is clear and ok.
The information is sound but he's boring, He does not make the material interesting. I find it hard to pay attention or not fall asleep during his lectures and therefore i do not do well with the quizzes.
this is perfect explain of Triangles of the Neck thx doctor.Craig Canby
Explains it to a point where the visual pathway is simple.
thank you very much for the course, it helped me a lot.
Really detailed and to the point. It was broken up where I could understand and comprehend for later.
clear and concise introduction to the thyroid gland and thyroidectomy relative to the fascial spaces
great to come to this site and explore everything.it helped me a lot in my exam .its is agreat benefit to me
it is extremely general and does not provide the important notes about the gland like its blood suplly, innervation and details about what could be damaged if a thyrodectomy was preformed wrongly.
As a newly qualified paramedic, the lectures are assisting me in going into much more detail and understand deeper the anatomy and physiology of the body, allowing for a more detailed assessment yet still responsive within emergency care situations.
The course brings the general ideia of the anatomy content with interesting clinical correlations. Although, the lectures could be more detailed, specially in vascular anatomy. I also suggest more precise images.
Great lecturer and keeps it simple with step by step. Also his slides are very simple yet thorough thereby not confusing the student with too much content per slide.
Since anatomy is a very difficult subject and very vast, I think that Canby does an excellent job at slowing down and being concise. This lecture hits all the key points as well as ask relevant questions to help retain the information.
I loved how PhD. Craig Canby explains this presentation,easy to understand,and love the interaction thats Lecturio creates
Lectures on Anatomy of the Heart was more concise, very comphrensible and corresponded with Last Anatomy textbook. Upper Limb Lectures wasn't as concise as Lectures on The Thorax( Heart). But I am very grateful to Lecturio for making my learning more simplified....
Very good explanations also you can speed the video up which is nice.
I liked the lectures very much . The in-depth classification of bones,muscles and associated systems surely was great. The clarity in voice and imaging helped me understand a great deal on appendicular skeleton . And i also scored great marks in the tests conducted on the topic anatomy of upper limbs at the university. Surely lecturio is the best choice for all medical U.G students. Thank you lecturio for your marvellous services.
Well the organisation and the order is great, it makes more sense. Also ho the proffesor explains it is good.
I like the clinical correlations that Dr. Canby uses to tie in the anatomy!
Great Simple Teaching. Learning the different parts of the neck is interesting.
is very good because learn things new and interesting why me amazing
It's very helpful, I was able to revise alot under a short period of time.
Everything is covered very well and in a comprehensive manner, but coverage of thoracic osteology is missing. There is also no lecture about the muscles surrounding the thoracic area.
Amazing lecture . I really liked it and learned from it a lot . Thank you
Good videos, but incomplete for a full head and neck series - does not include important structures such as facial and trigeminal nerves, more on neck dissections - which are crucial for understanding head and neck anatomy
really nice ,lecture and also good questions at the end to assess,thank you
It is very basic and insufficiant. not enough to learn from at all.
sir very good explainations,,,,,,,,,,following the course,,need more questions,so that it could help in doing uworld and STEP 1 ,,,,thankyou
It was very explanatory and for the first time I understood this topic and it didn't seem bulky or hard to comprehend...
really good sir,we need more questions after the lecture,my exam in june,step 1,so i opted for lecturio,by coming across on youtube,really good,
I'm prepping for my final exams for anatomy, histology and embryology and I need a more detailed information for the rectum and anal canal of large intestine topic. This is my only concern for now
I picked this rate because he gives detail about the neck and parts of the neck. I really like this for a 9th grader it's helping me learn more for med school. Please do more videos, not just for me, but for people that want to be something when they make it to med school or college. This website is very helpful in many ways like: when you are on the way to school and your have a test about the human body, or when you just want to study for a test a week or two away. I plan to keep using this website for important chooses in my life. I want to be able to help people with their problems and give them information. I don't want to go home and be that one person with a dream and not go for it. I want to be a help and influence to people in need so, keep making these videos and make people happy for what they want to be in life. Dezire Baker
Enjoy the multimedia approach. Being able to hear and see the information at the same time helps me to learn better.
because it is free and I want to learn anatomy from videos
I did MSK and so far so good, I have a much better understanding so far.
good knowledge i like this wedsite very very very much...........i like this professor craig candy his lecture was very good and i had taken very much knowledge.....
very nicely and smoothely explained .D And the diagrams choosed very nicely and wisely
Brilliant. Very concise and well explained, clear and to the point. Great visuals and not overbearing. Lecturio Rocks.
Oh my God !It was mind blowing and succinct.I do have hope I be guided to achieve the best USMLE score Sincerely, Alamie-Omu
The instructor points out important points that would actually be used in practice
-Very concise and to the point -Pictures were very helpful for clarity -presentation was succinct and relevant -I have no prior mastery of the content but was able to follow and grasp the content Excellent presentation overall!!! A lifesaver. i have a neuro exam coming up in 2 weeks
So much knowledge to get from here! And amazing way of teaching, everything is just brilliant. Soon i will buy 1 year membership.
He does a great job at repeating key terminology and reinforcing important concepts.
All lectures are very useful,thank you.Looking forward to another course)
Very interesting and fully covered!Lector makes the information very exiting)
it was easy to understand about the nerves and it will be good to make an outline of these structures. Good to learn about the clinical information it was quite interesting.
Good lectures with overall easy-to-understand structure The images on the slides are very good, better than in most atlases I just wish we could have the tables (muscle insertions, origins, nerve supply) as a PDF or something
I'm a cuban trained medical doctor. In my medical training we used printed materials i.e atlas to learn anatomy. What is fascinating to me is the clarity of the images and explanation that the student is getting. And the intermittent quiz comes at the right time to remind and reinforce the information. I would recommend the entire course to be shared with the teaching medical institutions all over the world.
we need more details about the sym/para outflow please
i would say the most useful and amazing anatomy lecture in the world !! great gob and i wish if you cover the lower limp nerve injury !! thank you
very helpful and was brilliant.i think it will assess pre clinical students up to best
My teacher just used Netter pics and said good luck but Dr. Pickering made it approachable and effective by going through each section and giving clear and effective explanation to complex matters.
when he explained of the bony landmark in the head of the humerus he called greater trochanter couple of time but the lecture didn't fix it .
This course was really good to understand with my knowledge of upper limb of arm.
I think the prof should use lazer pen when explaining the structures ;
The lecture was complete and concise. Very helpful especially for visual learners
Well explained I really enjoyed it especially the nerve lesion part. Thanks, Dr. James
I really liked the way that the Professor explains but I believe there are things missing in the course. For example, the microscopic aspect of the brain stem. I think that Neuroanatomy is a very crucial course in Med school and worth giving a little more emphasis. Thank you for helping me out !
Very good, lots of detail , exactly the stuff I need and following great structure. To improve - more emphasis on key points and more quizzes
I love how he explain anatomy like it something interesting, he got me more involved
The tutor was thorough and intresting.It wasalso very helpful,interactive and concise
Missing alot of important information Missing alot of important information
i liked as a study guide. I think it could have more details.
Excellent intro to lower limb anatomy - covering only the need to knows. Helpful for exam revision.
I haven't completed this section yet; but the subtopics I have gone through thus far, are very well explained. Dr. Pickering's presentation makes one understand the material with much ease. Great job!
Totally well illustrationer and clearly describing. The modules are more helpy than pics. Regards Najm
Explained clearly, great use of images, quiz questions would be great though
I think this is a very good review for those who studied anatomy long ago like me. The Professor clearly explained. Thank you Professor! :)
it was very basic and very easy to understand...Prof. Craig Canby is a great teacher.
It was clear and amazingly explained But i would like to ask if you can add exams Or quizes with more questions Thanks for the hard effort
Brilliant!! Such an eye opener with meticulous presentation. I now know where to go for clarification
I enjoyed this presentation quite a bit. I feel like the information will be well remembered thanks to the excellent delivery.
Extremely informative. Well presented Lecture. Your voice is perfect to enable the information to be understood easily. Thank you.
I think this is one of the best courses to review any topic in medicine, they have the best teachers, the best topics and the best explanations! it is like being in the best university of the whole world!. I do not want to stop studying;-)
I Love Dr. Pickering! Entertaining, engaging and competent. He provides all you need to know. Excellent content!
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