Useful Anatomy Websites

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  1. Admin

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    Cyberanatomy Tutorials http://anatome.ncl.ac.uk/tutorials/index.html

    Web based anatomy tutorials by Dr Donal Shanahan from the University of Newcastle Upon Tyne

    Get Body Smart Anatomy http://www.getbodysmart.com/

    Animated Flash anatomy elearning by Scott Sheffield

    Gray's Anatomy http://www.bartleby.com/107/

    1918 version of Gray's anatomy available online with colour illustrations

    Instant Anatomy http://www.instantanatomy.net/

    A website with illustrations of the Human Body to aid the learning of Human Anatomy

    If you have any more useful links post them here....
     
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    www.anatomy.tv

    You have to pay for the usage of the website - but it gives you a 24hr free trial with each email address.. I've made use of it for revision for a day... its great and makes things easier to understand!

    http://www.netanatomy.com/

    Brilliant website!!! I use this to practice reading x-rays and cross-sectional anatomy - they are also starting to add gross anatomy - which they didn't have when I did my anatomy degree. Its almost as good as having Mc Minns!!!!

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    thanks guys, those are great!! calming me down a bit about the revision, things like these makes things a lot clearer :)
     
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    Thanks for the Anatomy Websites. Will be on the lookout for some more sites on this thread.
     
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    thanks guys, really gr8 websites.....
    does any1 know a good website which pronounces medical terms (including anatomy/physiology) using audio aid?
     
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    no9n longer accessible except to newcastle medics.
     
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    Anoatomy of the wrist and hand. That doesn't sound fun. Ne-eh.
     
  10. gladys

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    anatomy website

    hello, if you're looking for anatomy pictures have a look at this one : http://www.directanatomy.com
    you'll also find informations about medical cares and pathologies
    and navigate through human body...
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    For Human Anatomy-Anatomical Models for Patient,Student Education
    For Histology-http://www.histology-world.com
    For Anatomy based on wrist and hand go for
    http://www.dartmouth.edu/~anatomy/haehome.htm
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    thanks guys
     
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    I tend to think Anatomy.tv because it has loads of useful information clinically, it's not just plain anatomy.
     
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    I found Learn Medicine Learn Medicine Homereally good for the cardio anatomy. They've only got a few up there at the moment, but for the first few years of med school it is ace!

    AnatomyHeartPosterior - the music is awesome haha
     
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    I don't think any one mentions the best free sectional anatomy website. This is a very good resource for junior doctors to learn free anatomy especially when the books are very expensive .www. mrimaster.com
     

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