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ANATOMY: HUMAN BODY MAPS: http://www.healthline.com/human-body-maps/ Healthline's Human Body Maps, created in partnership with GE Healthymagination, is a free, interactive anatomy program that provides access to high-quality medical images. It allows learners to virtually explore the human body by selecting a body segment from a list or detailed index of body regions/systems or by clicking on an image. The site includes mouse-over pop-up boxes to identify body parts and provide links to more information. What is more fascinating and useful is the ability to rotate an image and select the layer of interest: skin, superficial muscles, deep muscles, connective tissues, bones, nerves, vasculature, and lymphatics. The layering allows learners to better understand how different organs and tissues fit together in a particular area of the body. Each component (body segment, organ, muscle, etc.) includes a more detailed description. For example, the description for a muscle contains a description of the muscle, its origin, insertion, vasculature, innervation, and muscle action as well as information on common clinical concerns. Both male and female anatomies are featured. The site provides links to related Healthline consumer health articles that are reviewed by physicians and animations from Visible Productions.

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MEDICAL ANIMATION LIBRARY: http://pennhealth.com/health_info/animationplayer/
The University of Pennsylvania Health System provides nearly 200 video animations and explanations of injuries, diseases, and body systems. The animations, like this one of a balloon angioplasty, are concise which makes them good for general reference purposes.

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ONLINE RESOURCES FOR ANATOMY: Online Resources: Anatomy http://guides.library.ualberta.ca/content.php?pid=80694&sid=598248
The University of Alberta has several dozen excellent annotated subject
guides for use by its academic community. In an act of great benevolence,
it has offered up this guide to the world of anatomy at no charge. On this
site visitors can browse through over a dozen helpful sites that provide
teaching materials, atlases, quizzes, and other materials that will help
medical students and health care professionals. Two of the most useful
items here are the "Cells Alive!" site and the "eSkeletons Project" from
the University of Texas at Austin. Additionally, users are encouraged to
leave their own suggestions for sites that they feel might be an excellent
contribution to the site.

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JOHNS HOPKINS BLOMBERG SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH: http://ocw.jhsph.edu/
Offers free distance education in the following areas:
Adolescent Health Aging Behavior and Health
Biostatistics Chronic Diseases
Environment General Public Health
Genetics Global Health Health Policy HIV/AIDS
Infectious Disease Injury Prevention Maternal and Child Health
Mental Health Nutrition Population Science Presentations
Public Health Preparedness Refugee Health

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Virtual Open Heart Surgery http://www.abc.net.au/science/lcs/heart.htm How does open heart surgery work? Without taking the time to get a formal medical degree, it can be quite hard to find out first-hand. Fortunately, this site from the Australian Broadcasting Company (ABC) takes you inside a virtual operating room to try your hand at performing this procedure. Visitors can look over the interactive Menu to first learn about the anatomy of this region of the body. It's a good place to start and users can proceed to look through the ten (simplified) steps to performing such a complicated operation. Along the way, visitors are given the opportunity to learn about the science behind each step and it's all quite fascinating. It's a great resource for budding scientists, medical professionals, and those who are generally curious about the human body

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ANATOMY: INNER BODY http://www.innerbody.com/ The Inner Body website is designed to help visitors find everything they want to know about the human skeleton, including everything from a "single blood vessel out of the other 60,000 miles of vessels in the human circulatory system." The folks at Inner Body have been working on these types of helpful anatomical renderings since 1997, and visitors can begin their tour through the site by clicking on one of ten different body systems. After clicking on one of the systems, visitors can navigate around each diagram to find labels that provide additional information about each part, such as the thoracic duct or the intestinal trunk. Also, each area contains a brief text passage that describes each system. Overall, the site is a welcome addition to the bevy of related sites that tell the story of human anatomy.

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ANATOMY CORNER http://anatomycorner.com/ This website brings together a wide range of
resources designed to help students learn about anatomy. The materials are divided into three sections: Anatomy Galleries, Anatomy Topics, and Virtual Cat Dissection. The Anatomy Galleries area provides slides, photos, and illustrative materials related to eye dissection, sheep heart dissection, and cat muscles. The Anatomy Topics area includes overviews of the major body systems, including the nervous, circulatory, and endocrine systems. The site also includes a Virtual Cat Dissection, which walks interested parties through this process.
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