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Anatomy & Physiology Resources

Anatomy and physiology resources, including USD subscription and open access resources.

Anatomage Table

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

  • Four virtual cadavers
  • Real 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 course assessment (quizzes may be password protected) 
  • Radiological imaging work station 
  • Animal case models 

To find out more on the Anatomage table, visit our Anatomage LibGuide.

The Anatomage table can be reserved using our Anatomage Reservation form.

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Acland's Video Atlas of Human Anatomy 

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Acland's Video Atlas of Human Anatomy contains videos to supplement and reinforce information learned in dissection and anatomy courses.  Acland's is divided into five broad volumes:

  • Volume 1: The Upper Extremity
  • Volume 2: The Lower Extremity
  • Volume 3: The Trunk
  • Volume 4: The Head & Neck
  • Volume 5: The Internal Organs

Each of these sections is divided into a section of the anatomy which are further divided into videos about a more specific piece of the human anatomy.  The organization of videos facilitates browsing and moving between topics. Each narrated video is approximately 1 to 5 minutes in length and can be viewed in order or by jumping around between sections.

Often, labels will appear during the video to emphasize a point or draw the viewer’s attention to the topic in question.  You’ll also notice above each video tools to download a PDF transcript of the narration, to email a link to yourself and to add the video to your favorites.

To create a list of favorites you’ll need to create a personal account within Acland’s which you can do by clicking on My Favorites.  Do not click Log Out as this will disconnect you from USD’s subscription.

Additional Anatomy & Physiology Resources

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