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Anatomy

Our bodies are our most basic instruments for living, but many of us don't even know how they work. Whether you're a medical student, a bodybuilder, or just curious about what exactly is going on inside of that fine frame of yours, take a peek at these pages. From skin to bones and head to toe, these websites will teach you more about how the human body works.

  • A Look Inside the Human Body
    Perfect for children, this site gives simple explanations of six major body systems and how they work.

  • Gray's Anatomy of the Human Body
    Got a question? This site will undoubtedly have an answer, with 1,247 engravings, a subject index with 13,000 entries and a search engine to sift through it all. This online version of the classic 1918 publication is the perfect site for anatomy experts, as well as anyone looking for an introduction.

  • The Visible Human Project
    An introduction to anatomy, this site features "Interactive Annotations," where images are "clickable" for learning about anatomical features.




  • Upper Extremity Muscle Atlas
    Take a tour of the human body at this university-funded website. You'll find pictures of every muscle, as well as explanations of their functions. Also check out the Lower Extremity Muscle Atlas.

  • Anatomy on the Internet
    This is a great place to start surfing with links to over 45 anatomy-related sites.

  • Atlas of Human Anatomy in Cross Section
    This site features a color atlas of cross-sectional anatomy-an almost 3-D way to look at the human body.

  • Illustrated Encyclopedia of Human Anatomic Variation
    Looking for the unusual and the unique? Take a look at out-of-the ordinary anatomical features here.

  • The Human Brain
    Through a collection of brain and spinal cord dissections, you'll gain a better understanding of the how the human nervous system functions here at the Virtual Hospital.




   --- P. Lalmalani



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