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Anatomy

Anatomy.tv  

An interactive 3D detailed anatomy model. Great pictures and allows you to rotate and strip away anatomical layers. Also has MRI imaging comparison and quizes/ MCQs on each section . Requires subscription/ Athens login.

Gray's Anatomy online **

An amazing interactive 3D detailed anatomy model. Great pictures and allows you to rotate and strip away anatomical layers. Also has MRI imaging comparison and quizes/ MCQs on each section . Requires subscription/ Athens login.

Instant Anatomy

Andrew Whitaker's drawings, tutorials (voiced-over slides), podcasts and review questions.

Lumen Dissector

Great pictures of real dissections, although disappointing layout that makes navigation difficult.

Lumen Cross-section tutorial

Just the thing if you want to get to grips with locating yourself on CT and MRI scans.  Cross sections of cadavers and CT axial views allow you to see the anatomy of each level.  Once again difficult to navigate.

Center for Human Simulation Male/female

Part of the Visible Human Project. Coronal sections of cadavers -unlabeled but pretty to look at.

eSkeleton.org

The virtual equivalent of the skeleton that hangs in every anatomy lab. There are pictures of each bone from various angles plus insertions and articulations can be outlined in one click. Also provides bones of other primates, so be sure to select "human"!

University of Michigan's Anatomy Resources

  • Surface anatomy

    Pictures of every part of the body. Relevant surface anatomy is highlighted upon rolling the cursor over the images.
  • Anatomy for beginners

    Basic modules with lots of pictures, interlaced with questions. Will prove most useful for first year medical students. The autonomic and cranial nerve sections are particularly good.

 

 
     
     
 
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