"Everything I Need To Know, I Learned In Anatomy"
• If you can make it through the first day without passing out, you're going to be okay.
• When you take care of your body, your body will be good to you.
• Regardless of what anyone tells you, we're not all the same on the inside; however, it is what's on the inside that counts (at least, as far as practicals are concerned).
• Formaldehyde really does make you hungry; it was once used as an appetite enhancing treatment for anorexia nervosa.
• Nothing says a man is more comfortable with his sexuality than a pair of maroon scrubs.
• Few things on earth pose a greater danger than an anxious medical student wielding a sharp object.
• A lifetime of fast food will work wonders for your aorta.
• The power saw: it isn't just for carpentry any more!
• Frank H. Netter is a god among men (and knows how to enjoy a good Cuban while at work).
• When treated roughly, livers can grow to the size of small children.
• Newton's Fourth Law of Gravity: when lifting a hemi-pelvis from its holding bucket, the pelvis will inevitably slip from your hands and send a tidal wave of pelvi-juice in which you will be baptized.
• The human brain is disappointingly small.
• You will never forget your donor.
• Your family no longer wants to know what you did at school each day.
• Once you begin to peruse "The Photo Atlas of Anatomy" with each meal, you are no longer fit for polite society...
(Submitted by a former OU-HCOM student...although she denies authorship)