Clinical Anatomy Made Ridiculously Simple

(6 customer reviews)

A systemic approach to clinical anatomy with a high picture-to-text ratio. Learning occurs through conceptual diagrams, ridiculous associations, and a strong focus on clinical relevance.

Companion Digital Download of Atlas of Normal Radiology program (Win/Mac) with quizzes on plain film, CT, and MRI.

Excellent for USMLE Board Review.


Book Details






Edition 4 (July 1, 2016)




Includes Interactive download of Atlas of Normal Anatomy (WIN/MAC)

About The Author

Stephen Goldberg

Stephen Goldberg, M.D.: Professor Emeritus, Dept. of Cell Biology and Anatomy, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine.

Hugue Ouellette

Hugue Ouellette M.D.: Dept. of Diagnostic Radiology, Director of Education Musculoskeletal Radiology, Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School.

Free Digital Download of Atlas of Normal Radiology Program


Chapter 1. Orientation
Chapter 2. Skeletal System
Chapter 3. Ligaments
Chapter 4. Muscular System
Chapter 5. Bursae and Synovial Sheaths
Chapter 6. Circulatory System

  • Arterial
  • Venous
  • Lymphatic

Chapter 7. Skin and Fascia
Chapter 8. Respiratory System
Chapter 9. Digestive System
Chapter 10. Endocrine System
Chapter 11. Genitourinary System
Chapter 12. Nervous System
Chapter 13. Autonomic Nervous System
Chapter 14. Cranial Nerves
Chapter 15. The Eye
Chapter 16. The Ear
Chapter 17. Regional Points

6 reviews for Clinical Anatomy Made Ridiculously Simple

  1. D. Meeker – Silly title, serious insides

    Clinical Anatomy Made Ridiculously Simple succeeds outstandingly in making the points you can remember — not exactly for the next detailed quiz, but in the fundamental structure and outline that makes for longer-term remembering and understanding. The intent of the humorous or outrageous depictions and mnemonics and simplification is to register a framework for understanding; and in my opinion, the book succeeds outstandingly (even compared to other “simplifying” or “idiot” copycats). Additionally, I think there is the right balance between sketchiness and thoroughness in this light-hearted book with its serious topic.

  2. Joseph – Still good after all these years

    I used this in my Physician Assistant training- It was very helpful. Got it for my daughter taking College Anatomy, and she has found it helpful

  3. Ronn Manns – Great book!

    excellent learning aid to assist with memory retention and comprehension. highly recommended to students and practitioners. permanent place in the library

  4. Ellen

    Purchased for a niece going to dental school. She loves it – others told her it really does make it simple

  5. Shamim Khandekar – Good for quick overview for quick revision

    reached in time, and anatomy has been made simpler for the medical students..

  6. A.C.

    It is an excellent anatomy book to utilize and study in order to perform well on the USMLE step I.

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