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Anatomy Subject Guide LRC@TCC

Scope: Sites to help student with the study of anatomy.

Call number areas to browse:
QL801-950.9 Comparative Anatomy
QM1-695 Human Anatomy
QP1-981 Physiology

Keywords to search:
anatomy, human body, organs, dissection, vascular system, skeletal system, physiology

Subjects to search (Library of Congress):
Human Anatomy
Anatomy, Comparative
Human Dissection

Books in our catalog:
Gale Virtual Reference Library (r)
Gray's Anatomy (QM232.G73)
Color Atlas of Anatomy (REF QM25.R55 1998)
Human Body on File (REF QM2.H85) 

Library Resources (r): 
Science in Context
Biological Sciences

Internet Resources: 
Human Anatomy Online Explore the different body systems using anatomy labels that link to illustrations and descriptions and over 100 animations.

The Human Skeletal System Images and brief descriptions of bones of the human body. Also included are functions, parts, and types of bones.

Integrated Medical Curriculum Modules covering gross and microscopic anatomy with good quality illustrations, radiologic anatomy, basic physiology, immunology, and medical ethics. Also quizzes to aid students.

The Visible Human Project The National Library of Medicine's Visible Human Project consists of digitized images of male and female human cadavers which were scanned using CAT and MRI techniques.

LUMEN: Structure of the Human Body contains a series of interactive dissection exercises, a cross-sectional tutorial, and some very helpful flash cards. One feature that should not be missed is the "Learn 'Em" area. Here, visitors can learn about the structure and location of various arteries, nerves, and dermatomes. The site concludes with a thematically-organized collection of external anatomy links.