What are the best anatomy learning resources?

Hi Meducation members,

Can anyone recommend a good programme or computer resource for learning anatomy? Free internet resource for interactive testing would be better but don't mind paying for something if it's worth it.

Any suggestions appreciated.

Authored By John Boley on Saturday 20th February 2010

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mohammed SAEED
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Medical Student
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Posted about 7 years ago
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David Choy
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Posted about 9 years ago

I recommend Instant Anatomy.

Primal Pictures is overrrated and their "3d" models are outdated and low res.

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Davíð Þórisson
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Posted almost 7 years ago

[Zygote body](wwww.zygotebody.com) is a 3D anatomy site I can recommend. Not perfect but complements to other resources and free to use.

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Jon Lund
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Medical Student - Nottingham
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Posted over 9 years ago

There are ideo podcasts of abdominal anatomy at http://www.learncolorectalsurgery.com/Podcasts_AbdoAnatomy.php

We're working though the whole body and will soon be

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Ed Shovelton
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Video & Media Producer - RGUC
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Posted over 4 years ago
I've been involved in developing iClinical, which is an online e-learning resource covering medical topics. The Innovative Anatomy series is one of the resources that may be of interest. Take a look at the pilot episode on the Inguinal Canal. We'd be inte
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Rhys Clement
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Core / Specialist / Gp Trainee - New Royal Infirmary Edinburgh
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Posted over 9 years ago

The resources on learncolorectalsurgery.com are superb. Highly recommended.

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Jan Ehlers
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Posted over 9 years ago

When you look for eLearning-modules try this: http://www.ma.uni-heidelberg.de/apps/bibl/KELDAmed/index_e.html

Best wishes, Jan Ehlers

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Robert Whitaker
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Posted over 9 years ago

Can I a little immodestly suggest Instant Anatomy?

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Dr Sunil Patel
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Core / Specialist / Gp Trainee
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Posted over 9 years ago

I quite liked Web Anatomy.

It has good 3d pics and images. It also has self tests etc.

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James Chambers
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Clinical Radiology Trainee - Mersey
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Posted over 8 years ago

Hi John,
Our Professor of Anatomy recently made available an excellent app for learning/revising anatomy - you can buy it through apple iStore for £4.99 and all funds raised are put back into anatomy resources at our university.

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John Boley
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Medical Student - Manchester
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Posted over 9 years ago

Thanks for all the tips everyone. I'll give webanatomy and instantanatomy a try. Have found a programme in MRI library called Real Anatomy but don't think the testing option is that great, although it certainly gives a comprehensive tour of hum

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Jessica Stack
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Posted over 6 years ago

http://www.mhhe.com/sem/apr/

I found this very helpful. Affordable for a 2 year subscription and great testing options!

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Nicole Chalmers
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Community Manager - United Kingdom
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Posted almost 6 years ago

Hi everyone,

Meducation now have an anatomy collection with lots of high quality videos and revision notes. Take a look here: meducation.net/funky_professor

Nicole :)

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kamal
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Posted over 4 years ago

could you give me trial period?

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Kian Lew
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Medical Student - Bristol
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Posted over 9 years ago

Acland's video is also quite useful!

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DEAN CAROLAN
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Medical Student - London
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Posted over 4 years ago
Rohens Atlas is far superior to any online resource in my experience - get it from the library!
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