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The Library has 37 anatomical models in the Reserve and Reference Collection. Models include life size organs, such as kidneys, hearts, and lungs; skull, spine and hand models; 3 life-size skeletons, including one with muscles to study surface anatomy; and more.
Click here to see the complete list in the Library Catalog
Anatomy TV (Primal Pictures/Informa)
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Interactive anatomy study tools that let you explore parts of the human body in 3D, including a clinical specialty anatomy study tool focusing on neuroanatomy of the head and neck. A session with twenty (20) minutes or longer of inactivity will be logged off automatically.
***Includes PALMS (Perceptual and Adaptive Learning Modules)***
PALMS is an adaptive self-assessment tool for identifying anatomical structures.
Images from the 6th & 7th editions Atlas of Human Anatomy Professional Edition. You can customize images for specific tasks and export custom images to use in Microsoft PowerPoint® and other presentation software.
Teaching Assistant for Anatomy (Thieme)
A presentation and study tool that contains all 2000+ illustrations and images from Gilroy's Atlas of Anatomy, 2d ed., as well as additional content from Head and Neck Anatomy for Dental Medicine. The Teaching Assistant allows one to export images as individual files or embed into PowerPoint slides or PDFs.