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Anatomy Software & Images
3-D Anatomy for Medical Students
From McGill University, the main objective of this project is to use 3-D models to help students understand complex 3-D anatomical relationships that are difficult to learn using cadavers and 2-D atlases.
Atlas of Ophthalmology
"Public online database, free of charge, edited by specialists in the field." Endorsed by the International Council of Ophthalmology.
Complete Human Anatomy Modules
AccessMedicine's exciting new interactive anatomy study tool for medical and allied health students. Once you’ve selected a male or female, controls allow you to pan, zoom, rotate in 3D, and strip away layers of anatomy.
Designed by professors at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, this site contains dermatology images for educational use by health care professionals, parents and patients.
Health on the Net Foundation
Repository of 6,800+ medical images and videos maintained by the Health On the Net Foundation. Permission must be obtained for the use of images in this collection.
The Indiana University School of Medicine virtual microscopy website
Hundreds of virtual microscopic slides of both healthy and diseased tissues. Includes video instruction for site navigation.
National Cancer Institute
Contents include general biomedical and science-related images, cancer-specific scientific and patient care-related images, and portraits of directors and staff of the National Cancer Institute. Images are in the public domain.
National Eye Institute
Searchable catalog of free eye- and vision-related photos, illustrations, video public service ads, and more.
Anatomy software available from the Himmelfarb Health Sciences Library
Extensive library of images on the history of medicine, modern biomedical science and clinical medicine. Images made available under the Creative Commons license.