learn skeletal anatomy!

if you don’t know your ischium from your olecranon process, we might be able to help…


Learning skeletal anatomy can be tricky. There are lots of terms and the bone themselves are complex shapes. This is partly why we made the Dactyl range. On this page, you will find a few resources which we think will help steer you in the right direction.

First off, why not head over to shaderware educational resources page. Shaderware is the home of virtual radiography and Phil (the man in charge) has provided a really useful list of anatomical and clinical terms. Don’t forget to come back when you’re done…

Done that? Brilliant. We also like the Talus resource which we use a lot in our teaching, so you might want to head there next.

We’ll be putting up some videos soon using Dactyl, so if you want something specific up here – just let us know!