Atlas of Dermatology - Contains over 200 dermatological images. Free resource from Loyola University Chicago.
Ear Nose & Throat - USA - Photographs and videos of the larynx, eardrum and middle ear surgery, tonsillectomy and adenoidectomy, hearing aids, ear tubes and nose bleeds. Free resource.
Health Education Assets Library (HEAL)
A collection of over 22,000 freely available digital materials for health sciences education, covering hematology, dermatology, ECG, neurology, pediatric neurology, neuroscience, pathology and histology. Free resource from the University of Utah.
Hematology Image Bank
A comprehensive reference and teaching tool containing blood disease images and cases. Free resource from the American Society of Hematology.
Infectious Disease Images
This site contains images of infectious disease cases to healthcare professionals for educational purposes. Developed by researchers at Partners HealthCare, Inc., Massachusetts General Hospital, University of Texas at Austin, and Harvard Medical School, with support from the National Library of Medicine. Free resource
Merck Manual Online - Figures & Photographs covering the following specialties & disorders : critical care medicine, gynecology & obstetrics, pediatrics. radiology, hematology & oncology, immunology & allergic disorders, infectious diseases, injuries & poisoning ; cardiovascular, dermatologic, ENT, eye, endocrine & metabolic, gastrointestinal, genitourinary, musculoskeletal & connective tissue, neurologic, pulmonary disorders. Free resource.
NCI Visuals Online - Contains over 2,000 cancer-specific and general biomedical images. Except where noted, Visuals Online images are in the public domain and may be used, linked, or reproduced without permission. Free resource.
Neurologic Exam - Videos and descriptions presenting the anatomical foundations of neurologic exams. Free resource from the University of Utah. Requires QuickTime plugin.
Includes the following modules:
These interactive modules allow for visualization of the human body in an interactive, 3D format where both male and female anatomy modules can be viewed. Choose a module and then utilize the options on the left-side of the screen to learn more about human anatomy.
A collection of QuickTime VR (virtual reality) object movies of the skull and its individual bones. Students are able to rotate the bones and view them from multiple perspectives. At any point, the user can click to view labeled close-ups. This resource need to be downloaded on your computer. It is free, but you must register.
2D & 3D views of the brain and neuroanatomy, thoracic organs and the knee. Free resource from the University of Washington.
Includes images and videos on the coronal, horizontal & sagittal planes. Requires QuickTime to view videos. Free resource from Michigan State University Brain Biodiversity Bank.
An interactive memorization tool on nerves, cutaneous innervation, arteries, dermatomes, anatomy and the musculoskeletal system. Free resource from Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine.
From Netter's Atlas of Human Anatomy, 7th edition. Special features include : Browse by region or system ; bonus plates, sample dissection, atlas plate discussion videos, muscle tables, 3D models & videos ; customization of images for specific tasks ; export images to use in Microsoft PowerPoint® and other presentation software.You will need your Library card information to use this resource from off-campus.
Available for checkout on DVD-ROM
Images can be exported as individual files and embedded into PowerPoint slides or PDFs, and magnified for better clarity. Individual lines and labels to images can be clicked "on" or "off".
Practice rhythm strips, rhythm quiz, terminology flashcards, interactive glossary. Free resource from 12leadECG.com
Includes cardiac diagrams, images, ECG rhythm strips, quizzes. Free resource.
Images of ECG recordings including the normal ECG, ischemic heart disease, hypertrophy patterns, atrioventricular block, bundle branch block, supraventricular rhythms, pacemakers, Wolff Parkinson White Syndrome and other images. Free resource.
Includes ECG basics, A-Z by diagnosis, clinical cases, image database. Free resource.
You will need your TouroOne login credentials to access some of these resources from off-campus.
Provides images of various conditions; organized by pathology, diseases and radiologic signs. Free resource.
From AccessMedicine - cardiovascular, fetal ultrasonography, GI, pulmonary, rheumatology
From AccessMedicine ; Includes imaging for : abdomen, ureters, distal lower limb, head, mediastinum, neck, pelvis, pleural cavity, proximal lower limb, spine, upper limb.
Provides access to 240,000+ images published in 262 peer-reviewed journals. Advanced Search by findings, anatomy, imaging technique, patient age or sex. Free resource.
A free online interactive tutorial produced by the University of Virginia Health System.
A database of over 53,000 images from over 13,000 cases.. Organized by disease location (organ system), pathology category, patient profiles, and by image classification and caption. Search by alphabetized Diagnosis list. Managed by the National Library of Medicine, originally developed by the Departments of Radiology and Biomedical Informatics at the Uniformed Services University, Bethesda, Maryland. Free Resource.
Contains images of the following regions: thorax, abdomen, pelvis and perineum, upper limb, lower limb and head and neck. Free resource from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences.
A radiology education digital library, curated by Michael P. D'Alessandro, M.D. Free resource.
Free educational radiology resource with radiology cases and reference articles.
Physiology, acid production, interpretation, clinical aspects, respiratory correction, metabolic acidosis and alkalosis, acid base diagram, Stewart's strong ion difference, interactive Henderson equation, pH playground, simple arithmetic, terminology, alphabetical index. Free resource.
Free resource from the Anaesthesia Education Website
This site describes the normal development of the human heart and some congenital abnormalities. The text is accompanied by some illustrated figures. Free resource from Loyola University of Chicago Stritch School of Medicine.
This tutorial correlates embryology with congenital anomalies. It includes illustrations and some movies. Free resource from Loyola University of Chicago Stritch School of Medicine.
This employs scanning electron micrographs to illustrate mammalian embryology. The micrographs are accompanied by text and line drawings. Free resource from Loyola University of Chicago Stritch School of Medicine.
This site is an histology atlas covering the following areas: cell structure, epithelia, glands, nervous system, muscle, connective, cartilage, bone, vascular, blood, lymphoid, skin, respiratory, GI system, eye & ear, endocrine, urinary, male, female and histopathology. Free resource from the University of Kansas Medical Center.
Over 1000 labeled histological features are labled and have accompanying functional descriptions, accessible though an alphabetical index and a search engine. Free resource from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
A computer-aided instructional resource containing over 2700 images with text that illustrate gross and microscopic pathologic findings along with radiologic imaging associated wtih human disease conditions. For self-assessment and study there are over 1300 examination items. Also includes histology tutorials. Free resource from Mercer University School of Medicine, sponsored by the University of Utah Health Sciences Library.
Covers arterial blood gases. Free resource from Lawrence Martin, M.D.
Animation of the Carnegie stages 1-23 of human embryonic development. Free resource.
Includes images of general pathology, cardiovascular, endocrine, pulmonary & renal pathology. Free resource from the University of Illinois College of Medicine at Urbana-Champaign.
Includes interactive case histories and autopsy reports, and anatomy and physiology tutorials relevant to the case histories. Free resource from the University of Leicester Department of Pathology.