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Anatomy resources: Introduction

A quick guide to introduce you to anatomy resources

Anatomy resources

Resources available include online 3D interactive models, images and videos of the human body, gross anatomy and e-textbooks.

Core anatomy textbooks:

Other resources

Learning resources

A student user guide is available below:

 

Anatomy TV provides interactive 3D models of human anatomy with specalised resources on various clinical areas and body systems. You can explore details in the human body by region with 3D models, allowing you to rotate, add or remove anatomy and identify and learn more about the structures at work. 

 

Acland's Video Atlas of Human Anatomy provides virtual dissection of anatomical specimens for preparation in human gross anatomy. Each specimen is rotated to illustrate real movement by bone, muscle, and tissue. A short video and a PDF transcript is provide for each specimen.

 

Netter Presenter and NetAnatomy provide image collections of human anatomy and radiographic, cross-sectional and gross anatomy images.

Visible Body - anatomy apps

New: download anatomy apps from Visible Body (includes Human Anatomy Atlas, Physiology and Pathology and Muscle Premium). View the 'setting up apps off-campus' tab for registration information. An online training module is available to help get you started.

You can use access Visible Body content via your computer browser, but to get the most out of the content, you should download the available mobile apps. The video below demonstrates how you can do this off campus.

You can also view full instructions on how to access the mobile apps here.

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