Thursday, March 06, 2008

Anatomy Terms I've Studied That Might Also Be Bands I Saw in College

  1. Hypotonic Solution
  2. Sulcus
  3. Nodes of Ranvier
  4. False Pelvis
  5. Vasa Recta
  6. Xiphoid Process
  7. Golgi Complex
  8. Weber Test
  9. Glenoid Fossa
  10. Axon Hillock
  11. Wharton's Jelly
  12. Circle of Willis
Actually, I think Circle of Willis is opening for Howard Baldwin Trophy this summer, so be sure to check them out.

14 comments:

Jules said...

Are the group members of Circle of Willis Rumor, Scout and Tallulah?

By the way, this would be a stellar entry on McSweeney's Lists!
Jules
House of Jules

JUSTIN said...

I think the name of the "hippi-techno" group I saw last night was called "Golgi Complex".

Dr. Kenneth Noisewater said...

Sulcus is a great death metal band. I saw them open for Deicide at the Thirsty Whale in the early 90's.

Essentially Me said...

Those names should be easy to remember then if you can relate them to bands!

Maestro said...

Wharton's Jelly? Isn't that the lube that warms when you blow on it?

5 of 9er said...

Good call!

FitnessNerd said...

I thought maybe it was a reference to a rare jelly made from Edith Wharton. Yes, folks, I've attempted literary humor!

I may have to Google False Pelvis. It sounds like a procedure that Joan Rivers may have had...

Big Daddy said...

I'm a fan of the Epiploic Appendages myself.

catherinette said...

I believe that Circle of Willis is also the name of a gay porn film. No wait, it's Circle of Willies. My bad.

Jake Titus said...

Didn't the Isle of Lagerhans change there name to the Perkingy Fibers?

LP said...

Yay for learning the xiphoid process!! That little sucker is why non-trained people shouldn't be giving CPR ;).

Michael5000 said...

Nice.

Girl Friday said...

I want a false pelvis! Ya know, just as a back up. You never know what could happen.

SARAHSPY said...

HA! not a lot of dignity in a catchy band name, for sure.