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August 11, 2010

Online anatomy tools

The Taubman Health Sciences Library is pleased to announce a 30-day trial to e-Anatomy, an online, interactive anatomical atlas from IMAIOS. This award-winning resource provides over 4000 images, including CT scans, MRI, and radiographs in 29 distinct modules, with a search function to locate any anatomical structure.

The interactive controls allow the user to move through multiple cross-sections of structures or regions, while other controls allow the image to be saved or printed directly. The labels are also available in eight different languages.

For more information, here is a helpful user guide.

For more anatomical images, don't forget that Anatomy.tv is also available from Stat!Ref.

Posted by sehanley at August 11, 2010 04:31 PM


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