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Medical Student Resources and House Pages: Development Structure and Function

Resources for UMMS medical students, plus pages specific to Houses and maintained by the respective House Librarians.

Anatomy Web Resources

Anatomy Atlases - a collection of online atlases currated by retired anatomist Dr. Ronald Bergman.

Atlas of the Human Body - a very basic anatomy atlas for patients provided by  the American Medical Association.

Digital Anatomist Program - interactive atalases from the University of Washington.

eSkeletons - collection of human and primate skeletal images created by faculty and students at the University of Texas, Austin.

Healthline Body Maps - consumer/patient-focused anatomy site.

Medical Gross Anatomy Videos - produced at the gross anatomy lab of the University of Michigan Medical School.

Muscle Atlas - compiled by the Department of Radiology at the University of Washington.

Neurological Eye Simulator - from UC Davis, simulates normal and pathologic eye motions.  Must have Abode Shockwave to run.

Spinal Anatomy Center - spinal/vertebral anatomy from SpineUniverse.com.

Visible Human Project - one of the first online anatomy initiatives from the U.S. National Library of Medicine.

Primal Pictures

Primal Pictures Anatomy TV.  Interactive, 3-D Systemic and Regional Anatomy tool.

Anatomy e-Books at UMMS

Anatomy e-Journals at UMMS

Netter Anatomy

Atlas of Human Anatomy, 5th ed.

Frank Netter (1906-1991) was an artist and surgeon and is considered by many to be the preeminent medical illustrator of the 20th century.  This link also includes images from many of his other books including the classin "Green CIBA" books.