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Top Anatomy Resources
Anatomy.tv This link opens in a new window
This three-dimensional interactive anatomy resource includes over 6500 models of human anatomy. These models focus on individual organs, regions of the body, or anatomical systems. The 3D images can be peeled away in layers and anatomical models can be rotated 360 degrees to demonstrate the interaction of nerves, muscles, ligaments, and bones. Images and clips can be used in online courses. Click on clinical specialties for access to Dentistry and Dental Hygiene modules. Check out self-assessment tools including the new Perceptual Adaptive Learning Models (PALMs).
AOSSM 3-D Video Library of Selected Musculature
From the American Orthopedic Society for Sports Medicine, view complex multi-directional examples of musculature, bones, and joints relevant to exercise physiologists, via Flash video. Audio.
Medline with Full Text (EBSCO) This link opens in a new window
The premier resource for finding articles in the life sciences: nursing, dentistry, the health care system and more.
CINAHL Complete This link opens in a new window
Access to articles nursing and related allied health fields.
The BioDigital Human is an interactive 3D software platform for visualizing anatomy, disease, and treatment. Free for students and educators.
Interactive 3D resources featuring flashcards, tutorials, and 3D atlas.
Color illustrations arranged by anatomic region. Requires (Free) individual registration, and installation of Silverlight.
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