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Radiographic Anatomy of the Skeleton


Radiographic Anatomy of the Skeleton

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Labeled radiographs of much of the spine and extremities (arms and legs).
Material Type: Reference Material
Technical Format: HTML/Text
Date Added to MERLOT: May 14, 2007
Date Modified in MERLOT: November 14, 2012


  • Editor Review avg: 5 rating
  • User Rating: 4 user rating
  • Discussion (2 Comments)
  • Learning Exercises (none)
  • Personal Collections (none)
  • Accessibility Info (none)


Primary Audience: Middle School, High School, College General Ed, College Lower Division, College Upper Division, Graduate School, Professional
Mobile Compatibility: Not specified at this time
Technical Requirements: Platform agnostic website.
Language: English
Cost Involved: no
Source Code Available: yes
Accessiblity Information Available: unsure
Creative Commons: unsure


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Avatar for Maria Alejandra Saez
1 year ago

Maria Alejandra Saez (Faculty)

Material interesante para ser utilizado en el àrea de Prevenciòn de Riesgos, Enfermerìa o Laboratorista clínico ya que ilustra a través de radiografías los huesos del cuerpo!

Technical Remarks:

Internet y data Show pueden ser utilizados en clases

Time spent reviewing site: 30 minutos

Avatar for Bill Blankenbehler
4 years ago

Bill Blankenbehler (Student)

This is a nice way to introduce radiography to students. The spina bifida is a nice addition to the normal anatomy. Students can view the plain X-ray, the marked X-ray, or click on structures to find names. The listed intended audience is from middle school through graduate and professional school. Particularly at the upper educational levels it may be useful to identify more structures (sacral canal, tracheal air shadow, etc.) Perhaps the structures could be broken into beginner, intermediate, and advanced structures.