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Core Resources - Library Subscribes

  • Acland's Video Atlas of Human Anatomy
    These narrated videos of dissections use unembalmed human specimens to illustrate anatomical structures using simple language and high quality images. Presented by Robert Acland, a professor of surgery at the University of Louisville School of Medicine
  • Anatomy & Physiology Online
    19 modules with clear 3D images and interactive models, narrated animations and illustrations, dissection slides you can label, clinical case studies, the impact of aging on each body systems, pronunciation guide, quizzes and much more.
  • Anatomy.TV
    interface is divided into 5 sections: Anatomy - interactive 3D Anatomy models, MRI - cross sectional anatomy linked to MRI in 3 planes axial, coronal and sagittal, slides-2D illustrations and slides (clinical photographs, dissections etc), movies, and animations.
  • Histology Time on CD
    Available for Windows & older vers. of MAC
    QS 517 D751h 2001 Available at Circulation Desk
  • NetAnatomy
    review of radiographic, cross-sectional and gross anatomy
  • Simbryo
    animated embryological processes from the School of Medicine at Stanford University. It offers high quality, original vector art animations depicting some of the most difficult embryological developments using Flash. The seven Simbryo modules of normal development, including Early Development, Cardiovascular, Genitourinary, Gastrointestinal, Pulmonary, Head and Neck, and Limbs, present a systems-based approach to embryology. Select cardiovascular, neural tube, and limb defects are depicted as well.

Web Resources

  • Atlas of Histology from College of Medicine, UIUC
  • The Digital Anatomist Project
    Produced by the University of Washington. Brain, neuroanatomy, thorcic viscera, and knee atlases are available.
  • Cells Alive!
    Cells Alive! provides basic cell biology, microbiology, and immunology videos, micrographs and diagrams.
    The images are available for use in lectures and handouts and for other nonprofit, educational use with some important exceptions. See Permissions.
  • Dream Anatomy - NLM
    "Over the centuries anatomy has become a visual vocabulary of realism. We regard the anatomical body as our inner reality, a medium through which we imagine society, culture and the human condition. Drawn mainly from the collections of the National Library of Medicine, Dream Anatomy shows off the anatomical imagination in some of its most astonishing incarnations, from 1500 to the present."
  • Embryo Images
    from the Medical School of the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill
  • E-skeletons Project
  • Gray's Anatomy of the Human Body
  • Historical Anatomies on the Web - NLM
    Selected images from NLM's atlas collection, not the entire books, with an emphasis on images and not texts. Atlases and images are selected primarily for their historical and artistic significance, with priority placed upon the earliest and/or the best edition of a work in NLM's possession.
  • Histology Time $10.00
    1-yr Subscription: Histology Time®
    Histology Time contains over 5,000 different color images of cells, tissues, and organs as seen through the light microscope. These images are from the laser disk "Histology: A Photographic Atlas" published by Stephen Downing, Ph.D. in 1991 through Image Premastering PSL.
  • Human Anatomy
    Human Anatomy Online, from SUNY Downstate, is an interactive tutorial. There is an online quiz as well as an index.
  • Illustrated Encyclopedia of Human Anatomic Variation
  • Interactive 3D Skull Module
    from the Department of Anatomy, California State University
  • Interactive Atlases Digital Anatomist Project
    from the Department of Biological Structure, University of Washington
  • Martindale's Anatomy & Histology Center
  • Multi-Dimensional Human Embryo
    a collaboration funded by the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) to produce and make available over the internet a three-dimensional image reference of the human embryo based on magnetic resonance imaging.
  • Neurological Eye Simulator
    an eye motion and pupil response simulator, animations to demonstrate neurological testing, and quizzes to test comprehension. It also provides a set of patient cases with various neurological pathologies. University of California Davis.
  • Web Anatomy
    self-tests and quizzes on anatomical structures from the University of Minnesota.
  • Whole Brain Atlas
  • Winking Skull
 

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