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This Video Atlas is a human anatomical learning tool, which enables a three-dimensional look at anatomy. The images are video recordings of real human anatomic specimens.
The resource consists of five volumes, which can be divided into the following subject areas: upper extremity, lower extremity, trunk, head & neck, and internal organs. The content can be searched by anatomical regions and parts, as well as by the A-Z index. Throughout each program there are review sections that let you test yourself.
This resource features 3D computer-generated models of the human anatomy.
The information in Anatomy.tv is divided into sections, such as 3D Atlas, 3D Real-time, Functional Anatomy, Clinical Specialties, Therapy, Language Editions, Other Products, and Quizzes and Activities. Users may manipulate the images by rotating, zooming, and peeling away layers, while viewing the accompanying text.
This resource is designed to teach human anatomy to students of the health professions, including undergraduate medical and health sciences students.
It serves as a place to review anatomy after initial exposure to the subject, e.g. students beginning a clinical rotation, and USMLE (National Board) preparation. The contributors of NetAnatomy have extensive experience teaching human anatomy to medical and health sciences students. Current development efforts are focused on creating Gross Anatomy content that is organized by biological systems, e.g. Digestive System, Musculoskeletal System, in addition to the current regional organization.
The guide will enable you to download the App onto your smart phone or tablet when off campus
ClinicalKeyStudent provides digital access to over 200 cross-searchable medical textbooks, thousands of images and hundreds of videos. Users also have access to a range of study tools, including the ability to annotate, make notes and access the books offline. ClinicalKey, with its broader range of titles and enhanced study tool features,.expands on and enhances the access to 18 medical e-textbooks previously available to University of Liverpool users via Elsevier eLibrary.