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Where is the Anatomage Table?

Available for use in the Wegner Health Sciences Library (classrooms, study rooms, or study spaces within the library)

Phone: 605-357-1400



The University of South Dakota Wegner Health Sciences Library's Anatomage Table was purchased through a grant from the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) in accordance with the South Dakota State Library's Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA). 


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What is the Anatomage Table?

The Anatomage Table is an anatomy visualization system that allows you to view, manipulate, and dissect a 3D cadaver. The Anatomage Table features: 

  • Four photo realistic cadavers
  • Human anatomy/accurate gross anatomy
  • Physiology simulation and pathway visualization
  • Case Library with 1600+ 3D-rendered CT, MRI, and X-Ray Images 
  • Classroom, course, and lab integration
  • The ability to upload new MRI and CT scans or use the built-in case library 
  • Quiz modes for self-assessment, or for course assessment (quizzes may be password protected) 
  • Radiological imaging work station 
  • Animal case models 


Table Features

  • Digital Pregnancy
    • Learn about human embryonic development by interacting with a 31-week fetus inside the mother's body. Simulation of blood exchange between the mother and the fetus is made possible for users to gain insight into the uteroplacental circulation.
  • Living Bodies
    • Now equipped with renovated heart motion and blood flow tools, Anatomage Bodies enable users to visually examine how cardiac and other vital functions are carried out in an active, living human body.
  • High-Resolution of Regional Anatomy
    • Experience the highest level of anatomy resolution by interacting with Connie – our brand new digital body. In addition to displaying real human anatomy content, Connie takes photorealism of regional anatomy to the next level by allowing users to visualize complex structures such as fine blood vessels inside the brain.
  • Improved Rendering Visualization
    • Users can integrate various graphic effects to change the look, add new layers, and apply visual filters to the MRI/CT scans. These visual effects allow users to recognize the anatomical density and distribution throughout the scan.
  • Optometry Applications
    • Grasp the concept of ocular motor control by simulating ocular motions on digital bodies. Table 8 users can coordinate eye movements following specific directions, such as adduction, lateral or medial directions.


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