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Human Anatomy and Physiology Resources
Anatomy and Physiology Revealed
This resource can be found on the Access Physiotherapy source from McGraw Hill. Use this link and then click launch to start this program on human anatomy.
Provides links to free anatomy atlases
Most images are free to view, others require a subscription.
Created by the University of Texas at Austin, this site allows the user to view human and non-human primate skeletons.
Created by Dr. Michael Richardson of the Radiology Department at the University of Washington, this atlas provides images of the upper and lower extremities.
The Visible Human Project
Complete, anatomically detailed, three-dimensional representation of male and female human bodies made available by the National Library of Medicine
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