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This site has information about the anatomy of the human body and brain as well as how the brain interacts with the body.... see more

An excellent brain atlas site, complete with scans associated with disorders.  The extensive image library of brain scans... see more

Easy-to-use site with 18 autopsy cases created as part of a medical informatics module. Each case provides H&P, links to... see more

This site contains several anatomy atlases that were formerly maintained at the University of Iowa's Virtual Hospital... see more

Students dive into signal transduction with a journey into the olfactory neuron of a mosquito. They look at how lactic... see more

Great site to download animations. Each animation is followed with a quiz. Also included are: Study Partner, Case... see more

'Students learn about the strength of bones and methods of helping to mend fractured bones. During a class demonstration,... see more

Visual and Verbal descriptions of the Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology of the human eye.

Three tutorials about human blood, covering the different types of blood cells, ABO blood types and Rh blood types. Each... see more

The links on this website will allow you to access real photographs of the human skeletal system. The purpose of these... see more

This site contains interactive atlases of various parts of the body such as the brain, knee and thoracic organs.

"The student reviews information on the neural synapse." Also relevant to health sciences students studying physiology... see more

This is from the National Digestive Diseases Information Clearinghouse. It gives a simplified explanation of why... see more

Students learn about negative feedback regulation of glucose and play the role of doctor to determine if Ben, a fellow... see more

The activities in this Lab Manual are typical of the first semester of a two-semester Anatomy and Physiology Laboratory.

PBS has a 3-dimensional animation that lets you explore the anatomy of the human brain.

It is a simulation for students to get an idea (in a classroom lab setting) of what happens to food as it passes through... see more

Acid-Base Physiology was designed by Dr. Kerry Brandis, a clinical professor of anesthesiology at Gold Coast Hospital in... see more

A series of thirteen short 8-12 minute whiteboard lectures on cancer in acute care. Topics include the physiology and... see more

This site contains an extensive series of pages detailing all aspects of kidney disease. The site contains high... see more

Part of a project of Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School's Department of Radiology, this site... see more