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Atlas of the Body: from the American Medical Association
BBC Interactive Body: information and demos regarding the anatomy of the body from the BBC
Comparative Mammalian Brain Collection: collection of sectioned and stained brains of mammals
Digital Anatomist Interactive Atlases: from the Structural Informatics Group at the University of Washington
The eSkeletons Project website, produced by the University of Texas, is devoted to the study of human and primate comparative anatomy.
Greys Anatomy Online at
LUMEN Structure of the Human Body: from Loyala University
Medline Plus: Anatomy: links to consumer-friendly anatomy resources
Medtropolis Home of the Virtual Body
Neurosciences on the Internet: index of neurosciences resources on the web
Visible Human Project: NLM's creation of complete, anatomically detailed, three-dimensional representations of the normal male and female human bodies
Web Anatomy: a collection of study aids for entry-level anatomy and physiology students provided by the University of Minnesota study anatomy by body region


Aging & Disease-related Resources: from the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services
Bubl Physiology Resources: directory of physiology links from Bubl Link's Catalogue of Internet Resources
Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report: from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention
National Cancer Institute Tutorials: graphics-rich tutorials from the National Cancer Institute on various physiological aspects related to cancer, for example, the immune system
National Center for Health Statistics: from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; includes a range of health-related statistics
Organ System Pathology Images: from the University of Utah
PhysioNet: Research Resource for Complex Physiologic Signals: PhysioNet offers free access via the web to large collections of recorded physiologic signals and related open-source software.
The Whole Brain Atlas: information on the brain's normal and diseased functioning from the Harvard Medical School

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                Updated: September 22, 2008    Comments?  Questions?  Contact the Life & Health Sciences Librarian