Lane Medical Library recently subscribed to Acland’s (streaming) Video Atlas of Human Anatomy, a web-based tool providing you a 360-degree view of the real human body and understanding of the mechanics of body movement.
New Anatomy Resource
- Video recordings of real human anatomic specimens. The fresh and unembalmed human specimens are shown with natural colors and are not stiffened or discolored by embalming.
- Section exams: create a free personal account to access the exams and test your anatomy knowledge
Why you should use it:
- Real movement – shows moving structures (muscles, tendons and joints) making the same movements that they make in life.
- Exquisite dissections. – Done by skilled clinical anatomists using professional surgical techniques.
- Clear narration and labeled structures. – A concise synchronized narration runs throughout the program. As each new structure is shown, its name appears on the screen.
- Footage has been segmented into intervals no longer than 10 minutes and the streaming rate is capped at 250kbs.
From our faculty:
“It is a beautiful and unique educational series of unembalmed dissections. We can use screenshots or videos to augment our teaching. It is very realistic and especially important while we are converting lab classes to remote classes.”