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Innerbody.com offers good diagrams of the skeletal, muscular, cardiovascular, digestive, encodrine and nervous systems, as well as respiratory, immune or lymphatic, urinary, female reproductive, male reproductive and int... More »

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To read a muscle diagram of the human body, find the name of a muscle, then find that muscle's location in the body by following the corresponding arrow or line. Detailed muscle diagrams tend to focus on the muscles in a... More »

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You can read a human body parts diagram with the help of BodyMaps from Healthline. Choose an area of the body on a diagram, and click on it to learn more about it. It is also possible to read a human body parts diagram w... More »

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Innerbody.com explains that all of the body’s glands are part of the endocrine system, but the glands themselves are scattered throughout the body. Certain glands, including the parathyroid, thyroid, pituitary and pineal... More »

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Label a diagram of a human skeleton by consulting previously labeled diagrams of the human skeleton at websites such as InnerBody.com, Hes.Ucsfd.org and EnchantedLearning.com. Find 2-D and 3-D interactive diagrams of the... More »

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The best ways to find pressure points on the body is to be shown them by a massage therapist, an acupuncturist or another health practitioner who knows them, or to study diagrams of the body to pinpoint them. Pressure po... More »

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InnerBody.com provides useful pictures, graphics and explanations of the human spinal cord. The site's popular interactive feature can be used to zoom, rotate and explore the pictures. Heathline.com provides additional p... More »

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