I've had several requests for me to post my anatomy deck.
The reason it's not up there is because the anatomy deck I have is not of great quality. I made it back in first year when I was still very new to Anki and I hadn't a clue about what was important to know. I don't think it's worth studying from.
I'm making another deck right that i think is much better. It will be more comprehensive, have more images, and be more clinically relevant. However, it still won't be everything you'll need to know for your classes. I'll post it when the deck is done.
In the meantime, if you want to make your own decks, and you want it to be super comprehensive for your classes and such, I recommend the following:
(1) Find anatomy tables online (UMich is good)
(2) Transfer those tables to excel. Then save that file as a table-delimited .txt file.
(3) Open up notepad or textedit (mac) and save that file as utf-8 format.
(4) Make custom templates in Anki to import that correspond to the format of your tables. (see example below)
See these links for more info
Importing Files to Anki
And there you have it. Then if you want, if you have an online source of images, like Gray's or Netter's or whatever, go to the cards and paste in pictures.
This will get you pretty far along in making an anatomy deck. It's not everything, but it's a lot. It's questionable whether you even need to know every insertion, origin, etc. but anatomy class in med school often does test these things, so it's not a bad idea to have cards like this.
My deck will have more than just tables though. It will have clinical correlates, pictures with labels occluded, and other stuff.
UPDATE (10/3/12): I was checking out the Anki 2 shared decks yesterday and I saw that a new Anatomy deck has been posted. It comes from the University of Nottingham and it's made for medical students. It's amazing! They curated tons of images from Gray's and did image occlusion. They've done a great service. Here is the link; https://ankiweb.net/shared/info/3649422301
This is way better than any anatomy deck I've done. For those who are interested in using my deck, I'm not sure when I'll have it up, but to be honest, there are already good resources out there, this being a fine example. So download and start studying.
UPDATE (12/4/12): The links above are old. All my Anki decks are now in one file on the homepage
UPDATE(04/30/13): Due to time constraints, I am no longer working on an Anatomy deck.