Thorough Knowledge in Anatomy forms the basic essential requirement for any medical student. For guys out there who are not able to understand anatomy of human body properly,check this collection of wonderful Anatomy websites which help you in understanding subject better by providing 3D diagrams & cadaver pictures.
UAMS provides anatomy tables organized both by system and region, along with other resources such as gross anatomy and neuro-anatomy images and quick-time movies. Very useful resource for revising your anatomy knowledge.
This interdisciplinary team of computer scientists, engineers and biologists,emphasizes the development of methods for representing, managing, visualizing and utilizing information about the physical organization of the body, and the site includes links to several on-line interactive atlases. It provides cadaver sections, MRI mages& computer reconstruction images.
This wonderful website provides you with 3D images in the form of a model with comparison to CT scan or MRI.
EVA - Educational Virtual Anatomy
Welcome to EVA, the new way of learning human anatomy.Even includes notes on important points. Provides 3D images by CT scan reconstruction.
It is a multimedia educational resource for learning the basic concepts of human anatomy and physiology.An Online Examination of Human Anatomy and Physiology is present.
The Bartleby.com edition of Gray's Anatomy of the Human Body features 1,247 vibrant engravings-many in color-from the classic 1918 publication, as well as a subject index with 13,000 entries ranging from the Antrum of Highmore to the Zonule of Zinn.
From the Dartmouth Medical School, the Human Anatomy Learning Web Site is a work in progress, focusing on the needs of first-time students of human anatomy. Its aim is to help students learn clinically relevant anatomy with maximum efficiency.
This website provides cadaveric dissection images in high clarity.It also has video clips showing dissection in small steps.
Paolo Mascagni's Anatomia Universa is now available online in a zoom able format from the University of Iowa Hardin Library's Rare Book Collection.
Neuroanatomic sections, MRIs, CTs, neurologic exam (videos), neuro-embryology & more.
Very good collection of questions.
A must see website to understand all the 206 bones in body in depth.Also has quizzes to test your knowledge.
You can read the case history, and then read the autopsy reports for that case. This is done by clicking on the labels on the picture of the body at the left of the screen. Each system is labeled, and has a separate autopsy report including pictures. Use the information in the case to choose which you think was the cause of death.
It is a website which provides very meager knowledge to a medical student.Its useful for only very basic understanding of Anatomy.It contains few images of Brain, Skeleton system, Heart, Digestive system.An interactive presentation of the brain, skeleton, heart, and digestive tract, complete with narration and the chance to "build your own skeleton.
The Visible Body Features:Complete, fully interactive, 3D human anatomy model, Detailed models of all body systems, Dynamic search capability, Easy-to-use, 3D controls.
Quizzes in web format on a broad selection of anatomy topics.It has a collection of study aids for entry-level anatomy and physiology students.
This website provides Netter’s anatomy kind of images, both with& with-out labeling.