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Anatomy

Resources to support the study of anatomy

Using Anatomical Images for a Class

Anatomical images can be used in class when copyright and fair use guidelines permit.  Subscribed Library resources can be used in teaching or classroom presentations (in person or online), but may not be republished openly on the internet or in published articles.  Find more information about using images in classwork on the Library Image Resources Guide.

The following are recommended as sources for teaching or presentation images.

Anatomy Teaching Assistant from Thieme

Image of Teaching Assistant interface

Anatomy Teaching Assistant is a presentation tool featuring all 2,000+ stunning illustrations and clinical images from Gilroy et al, Atlas of Anatomy. You can save images from this online version of the atlas to use in your course material as well as have your students use the full atlas. To be able to download images you need to set up a free user account.

Click on the login box in the upper right corner of page to create your account.

Anatomy TV

Open Access Radiological Images