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Anatomy and Physiology

Heart, Lungs, and Circulation

E-Books and Atlases

Web Resources

Anatomy of Circulation:  Using a cadaveric dissection specimen, this video demonstrates the path of oxygenated blood through the body.

Nervous System

E-books and atlases

Review and Self-Assessment

Interactive Neuroanatomy Atlas:  Uses diagrams, specimens and sections to demonstrate structures in the nervous system.  Some functions may require you to activate Flash, Quicktime, and/or Schockwave.  From Columbia University.

Atlas of the Brain:  Tests your recognition of features of the human brain with anatomical specimens and radiological images.  From Dartmouth University.

The Skeleton:  Bones and Muscles

E-books and atlases

Web Resources

Anatomy of the Shoulder:  Using live models and lab specimens, this video demonstrates the bones and supporting structures of the shoulder at rest and in motion.  From Films on Demand

Anatomy of Movement:  Using dissection specimens, the bones, muscles, ligaments, tendons and nerves controlling skeletal movements are demonstrated.  From Films on Demand.

e-Skeletons:  Great photos of individual bones from different angles.  You can look at human bones and compare them with bones of other speciess.  From the University of Texas, Austin.

Abdomen and Pelvis

E-Books and Atlases

Web Resources

Anatomy of Digestion:  This video explores the anatomy of the organs of digestion.  From Films on Demand.

Anatomy of Reproduction:  Using cadavers and MRI imaging, this video explores the reproductive systems of males and females.  From Films on Demand.