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Anatomy

Resources to support the study of anatomy

Self-Study Anatomy Resources

Most of our Anatomy resources include self-study options and tools. See below for details about the most used.

Anatomy & Physiology Revealed

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McGraw-Hill's Anatomy & Physiology Revealed is available through AccessPhysiotherapy

It offers an interactive cadaver dissection experience designed to help users explore human anatomy using cadaver specimens and master physiology concepts through animation.

This resource includes detailed anatomical and physiological information and explanations, audio pronunciations, and interactive self-study quiz features.

Anatomy TV

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Anatomy.tv offers very highly detailed interactive anatomy of the whole body, assorted therapeutic foci, and self-quizzing and review features.

The 3D Atlas offers 9 regional models: Head & Neck, Spine, Shoulder & Arm, Forearm & Hand, Thorax & Abdomen, Pelvis, Hip, Leg, Ankle & Foot. It also offers 3D Real-Time imaging of the above plus various other specific anatomical regions and systems.

The Functional Anatomy collection includes Sports Injuries of the Shoulder, Sports Injuries of the Knee, Sports Injuries of the Foot, Exercise, Pilates, Yoga, and Resistance Training.

The Clinical Specialties include Speech Language Pathology, Audiology, Otolaryngology, Dentistry, Head & Neck : Pediatric Comparisons, Pelvic Floor Disorders, etc.

The Therapy group includes Acupuncture, Anatomy Trains, Hand Therapy, and Manual Therapy.

Note: For more information, see the product training videos.

WinkingSkull.com

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WinkingSkull.com collects illustrations and images from a large group of Thieme Anatomical Atlases into one collection that in order to allow you to study anatomy and test yourself on must-know concepts. You can gauge your proficiency against a handy timer and see your test results instantly. Navigate through each region of the body by clicking on the list to the left of the page.

Note: Registration is optional, but provides additional options.