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Anatomy and Physiology Websites

  • A/P Lab - A Website for Human Anatomy & Physiology
    Basic anatomy & physiology for college students. Includes self-tests.
  • Anatomy Atlases
    Links to Atlas of Human Anatomy; Atlas of Human Anatomy in Cross Section; Illustrated Encyclopedia of Human Anatomic Variation; Atlas of Microscopic Anatomy.
  • Anatomy Resources
    Links to various anatomy websites, complied by Medical Library Association's Nursing & Allied Health Resource Section.
  • BBC - Human Body and Mind
    Includes interactive skeleton game, muscle game, organs game, nervous system game, psychological tests.
  • Cyberheart Cardio Tutorials
    Tutorials for reviewing basic heart anatomy, physiology & EKGs.
  • Digital Anatomist Interactive Atlases
    2-D and 3-D views and movies of the brain, neuroanatomy, thoracic organs, knee.
  • Gray's Anatomy of the Human Body (1918 Edition)
    The classic 1918 edition, withover 1200 drawings.
  • Medline Plus Anatomy
    Anatomical information aimed at the general public, provided by reputable sources such as professional medical organizations & governmental agencies. Includes anatomy videos, multimedia & tutorials.
  • Visible Human Project
    From the National Library of Medicine. Complete, anatomically detailed 3-D representations of the normal male & female human bodies. (CT, MR & cryosection images)
  • Web Anatomy
    Anatomy & physiology learning modules from University of Minnesota. Includes self-tests, games & quizzes.

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