Online Anatomy Atlases

Ronald A. Bergman, Ph.D., a retired professor of anatomy, provides an online library of information about anatomy, which has been taken from various textbooks. While there is some commentary, most of the information consists of drawings or illustrations. The drawings come from texts that include an English-language translation of the 1841 atlas entitled "Handbuch der Anatomie des Menschen," "A Cross-Section Anatomy" (1911), Atlas of Microscopic Anatomy (1999), Anatomy of First Aid (2004), and others. (et)

http://anatomyatlases.org/
http://www.virtualchase.com/tvcalert/transfer.asp?xmlFile=may06/17may06.xml#new
Source: The Virtual Chase

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One Response to Online Anatomy Atlases

  1. milanden says:

    This is a great resource for medical librarians – I gave the website to the med students and residents in my hospital library and they loved it! Try it!

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