Medical illustrations depicting the anatomical structures of the hand are found in the 1918 edition of "Gray's Anatomy," at Healthline.com and at the American Society for Surgery of the Hand's website. "Gray's Anatomy" groups its detailed illustrations by organ system.
Basic anatomical drawings are also available at Healthline.com. Scrolling over the picture displays the anatomical name of the body part with the option of clicking through for further information.
The American Society for Surgery of the Hand has detailed and labeled hand anatomy illustrations in its hand anatomy browser. Choose the organ system and desired feature, such as proximal phalanges, to see an illustration of the complete hand with the feature highlighted and surrounding features identified.