Answered By: Caroline McKinley Last Updated: Nov 29, 2017 Views: 1
Primal Pictures Interactive Anatomy is our very popular and cool database for studying and learning all about internal organs, tendons, muscles, and other structures of the body. With the highly accurate, peer reviewed 3-Imaging and graphics you can get inside and learn all about human anatomy as well as perform virtual dissections to further the depth of your learning. You can start with layer 1 to view the simplest features and build your way deeper inside the body. Some anatomic structures in Primal Pictures have up to 30 layers to further your study. The database also enables you to rotate images 360 degrees to get a strong understanding of how human anatomy looks from different angles. Quizzes are available to help you study.
Accessible through our library’s homepage under the “Quick Links” heading we also have:
Clinical Key and Access Medicine. ClinicalKey contains a large collection of newly revised, current e-books with detailed, comprehensive coverage including: Netter’s Clinical Anatomy, 3rd edition and Netter’s Atlas of Human Anatomy, 6th edition and others.
Available through Access Medicine we have editions of Harrison’s Principles of Internal Medicine. This landmark guide to internal medicine contains hundreds of crystal clear, precise drawings showing relevant anatomy and processes.