The distillation of complex information into a simple diagram is magical. It can make otherwise inaccesible information accessible to anyone. I wanted to make neuroanatomy simple, so I wrote Neuroanatomy: Draw it to Know it during my Neurology Residency at Wash U 10 years ago, which I was fortunate to have Oxford University Press publish. However, the process of reinterperating neuroanatomy through noiseless diagrams taught me that to "keep it simple, stupid" is anything but easy.
A more detailed 3D anatomy head and neck compared with the "Interactive Head and Neck" from the series "Anatomy Series Complete Human Anatomy 9 CD" with the ability to view detailed brain, cranial nerves, sensory organs.