Useful links for Medical Students

Gross Anatomy Dissection Videos

Pathology Exam Questions

Virtual Histology Slides

Histology Review

physiology lectures

anatomy and physiology questions

human physiology review and questions

medical genetics practice quetions

Medical Genetics Reviews

Medical Microbiology review

Biochemistry exam

biochemistry exams

Pathology with Dr. John Barone


thank you so much. Can we make a sticky out of this (if not already done).

Sweet. Thanks, Gabelerman.

VERY cool, Gabe…did you put these together on night float?

The dissection videos are awesome…can’t wait to come back to these as I get to each section. Seriously–THANK YOU!!!

Additions that I have found helpful in Gross Anatomy:

  1. A website w/step by step photos of most dissections. Also has lab practical photos to test yourself on uiz/…

  2. UMich’s website, similar to above but also with helpful written questions for each region…definitely added a few points to my first exam.…

  3. (Not a link, but a very useful book): Rohan’s “Color Atlas of Anatomy” is full of prosection photos to help cement the relationships between various structures, especially if you can’t get back to the lab to physically see them d/t commute or family obligations. I know the older versions would be fine (anatomy doesn’t change that much from year to year ), but I really like having both the physical book AND the online access to the full text so that I don’t have to lug the book around with me when I’m studying at school.

    Best of luck to the rest of my future colleagues!

A lovely schematic of the nephrone and all of the details pertaining to it: channels, pumps, permeability info:…

Worth printing out and keeping nearby during any class remotely pertaining to the kidney.

Thank you for sharing your links! They are really useful.

I`d like to share one of my favorite medical app for mobile Epocrates Plus that is freely available in app store.
it helps to review drug prescriptions, to identify different pills, to calculate some medical data.

This is a great help. Thanks.