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How To: Anatomize the human head, neck and skull

This is a special four-part series on the human head, neck and skull. Medical students can greatly benefit from watch this anatomy video series. Dr. Gita Sinha "dissects" all of the information pertaining to the head and neck. Dr. Sinha is Assistant Professor for the Department of Anatomy & Neurobiology at Dalhouse University. Each of these videos cover a different topic:

How To: Draw the human neck

Figure drawing is the basis of fine arts education, so watch this how to video on drawing the human neck. To draw the human neck, pay attention to the muscles and bones that represent its shape. Draw an anatomical human neck with tips from a professional illustrator in this free instructional video on drawing.

How To: Dissect a human to see into the deep neck

The first step in this human anatomy video tutorial is reflecting the sternal cleidomastoid muscles from the attachment to the sternum and the clavicle. Sounds fun, huh? Well, science is fun, and dissecting a human is great, especially for an anatomy class. Here, you will learn how to take a closer look at the deep neck of a human cadaver, like the muscle tissue and the arteries.

How To: Dissect a human to see the abdominal autonomics

Need to check out the posterior abdominal wall of a human being? Well, go no further. This human anatomy video tutorial will show you how to dissect a human for a closer look at the abdominal autonomics, the genital and urinary systems, the diaphragm, and the posterior abdominal wall. You need to get most of the superficial layers out of the way, so get your scalpel out and get cutting. You'll even check out the kidney itself in this educational look at the insides of a corpse.

How To: Grasp the human physiology of the heart

Want to know what a septum is? An aorta? The bicuspid valve? These are all parts of the human heart, and in these educational tutorial videos, you'll learn all you need to know about the physiology of the human heart. Anatomy, biology, physiology... it's all science, so no matter what field you are studying, these will be very helpful for you in your further medical studies, or for just know-it-all knowledge.

How To: Model a 3D human head using 3D Studio MAX

An image of a human head can consist of a single penstroke or a thousand polygons. The head model that you will be learning to create in this three-video series leans very much towards the latter. The videos will teach you how to create a 3D model of the human head using 3D Studio MAX from a photo. It assumes some knowledge of 3DS MAX, but not too much, so don't be scared! Watch this baby and start modeling!

How To: Begin drawing human poses

Watch this instructional video to begin drawing figures in realistic poses. Ask yourself, what are these people doing? Human figures are constantly shifting balance. For instance, an elbow should relate to a knee. The human expressions do not have to be anatomically perfect as long as they relate to the other objects within the space.

How To: Grasp and calculate human blood pressure regulation

Check out this science-filled two-part video tutorial on blood pressure regulation in humans. This educational video will show you the MABP (mean arterial blood pressure), which is the overall blood pressure in your body, the TPR (total peripheral resistance), and the CO (cardiac output). You won't just learn about the blood pressure, you'll see how to calculate the MABP. You'll be fascinated, whether you're a physiologist, biologist, scientist, medical student, or just an human anatomy nut.

How To: Draw a human ear

Drawing the parts of the human face can be difficult. Get tips & tricks on how to make your drawing of a human ear look more professional. In this drawing tutorial hosted by fantasy artist Wayne Tully, learn step-by-step how to draw a realistic human ear.

How To: Draw a human nose

Along with hands and feet, many people have the opinion that drawing the parts of the human face can be difficult. In this video, learn how fantasy artist Wayne Tully draws a human nose... Plus, get tips on how to make your own drawing of a human nose look more realistic on paper.

How To: Draw human hands in pencil

The human hand, along with the brain, is what sets us apart from the rest of the animal kingdom. This video demonstrates a couple of ways to effectively draw them in pencil. They look very real, and could be attached to the other body-part specific videos from Wayne Tully to create a really impressive drawing of the human figure.

How To: Draw an anatomically correct human head

You can't accurately draw a human face - heck, any part of a human body - without knowing about how the underlying bones and muscles contribute to structure. And while disecting is by far the best thing you can do to improve your knowledge in these two fields, we don't all have the ability to do such things. So this video is the next best alternative.

How To: Think You Might Be Tone Deaf? This Online Musical Test Will Diagnose You in Minutes

If you've ever listened to your loved ones sing in the shower or watched a few minutes of American Idol, you would think that the majority of the population is tone deaf. In reality, only about 4 percent of the world's population suffers from tone deafness, or the inability to distinguish between different pitches. Che Guerava, Charles Darwin, and Ulysses S. Grant were all tone deaf.