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Anatomy & Physiology
Along with tutorials, this site provides multiple-choice, true-false, and drag-and-drop quizzes for the muscular, respiratory, urinary, cardiovascular, reproductive, lymphatic, endocrine, skeletal, nervous, digestive, and reproductive systems. It also includes a section on cells, tissues, and membranes.
Anatomy & Physiology I Animations: Movies & Interactive Tutorial Links
Includes links for basic neurons/synapses, the endocrine system, the muscular system, cell transport, DNA replication, and more.
U.S. National Library of Medicine's Visible Human Project has produced high resolution cryosectional color images of human anatomy.
BBC - Human Body and Mind
Play drag-and-drop games to test your abilities to correctly place items in the muscular and skeletal system. Quiz yourself on nervous system connections and the senses. Learn interesting facts about physiology.
Interactive skeletal anatomy of human and non-human primates.
Gray’s Anatomy of the Human Body
Includes the full-text of this landmark publication along with over 1,000 images and a subject index with 13,000 entries. HHMI's
Hole's human anatomy & physiology (10th ed.)
Has flashcards, animations, labeling exercises, crossword puzzles, and quizzes. Consult the book to determine contents for each chapter.
Human Anatomy lectures - Academic Earth
General human anatomy video lectures from UCBerkeley.
Human Anatomy Dissection lectures - Academic Earth
Video lectures: dissection of the human body (cadaver) from the University of Michigan. "Videos from the 1970's and contain some graphic images."
Interactive guide to human anatomy.
This comprehensive website includes quizzes and labeling exercises for anatomy and physiology divided by body system.
Cardiac Physiology Tutorial
Answers questions on cardiac physiology and see how chemical solutions affect heart function.
Learn Your Arteries
Click on images to learn the names of the various arteries in the body.
Map of the Human Heart
Provides an anatomical diagram of the heart and has a moving image of how blood moves through the heart.
Includes animations of heart circulation, an EKG, an electrocardiogram, and a heart sounds graph.
Anatomically Correct: The Online Cat Dissection
View cat dissection videos and take quizzes on anatomy and physiology of the digestive, urogenital, and respiratory organs..
Cat Dissection Videos
View videos on skinning the cat, the muscular system, the circulatory system, the urogenital system, the nervous system, and the digestive and respiratory systems.
Quiz yourself on cat muscles.
View labeled cat dissection images.
Place the abdominal organs in their correct locations.
Follow the Flow of Food
Learn about the digestive process, including how long it takes.
Eye Simulation Page
Shows what happens to eye motion when particular muscles or cranial nerves are not functioning.
See also the muscular system section of the Get Body Smart website for origins, actions, insertions, innervations, and animations of movements.
Learn Your Muscles
For each muscle, it provides an image that highlights the muscle and provides information on origin, insertion, action, and innervation. Muscles are listed in alphabetical order or by region.
Muscle contraction animations:
Actin and Myosin
Slideshow with questions
Superficial Muscles Tutorial
This interactive site helps one learn the names and locations of major superficial muscles.
3-D Brain Anatomy
Learn the locations and functions of major brain sections on this 3-D model that you can rotate and zoom within. You can also explore the brain by area or function.
The Brain: Anatomy and Function
Learn about the functions and deficits associated with brain structures and test yourself on brain functions.
An overview of the brain by the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS)
Cranial Nerves - Introduction
Provides an anatomical diagram of the cranial nerves, lists their functions, and allows you to take quizzes on the information. Also has a quiz on cranial nerve trivia.
Learn Your Cutaneous Innervation
Has anterior and posterior views for the upper and lower extremities showing areas innervated by particular nerves.
Learn Your Nerves
Click on drawings to learn the names, spinal cord segment(s), and muscular innervation(s) of individual nerves.
Also see the Anatomy TV database located in the Student Portal and the sections on the embryo and the skeletal system & the skull.
One section provides "cut-away views of the front, side and top of the entire male body." The other section labels anatomic objects in the male chest area.
KU Radiographic Anatomy
View plain film, CT, MRI, GI contrast, sonogram, and angiogram images by region.
LUMEN Cross-Section Tutorial
images for cross-sections of the following regions: head & neck, upper limb, thorax, abdomen, pelvis, and lower limb. Includes male and female thorax and pelvis cross-sections.
LUMEN Radiological Anatomy
Includes plain film, CT, and MRI images. Click on the image for anatomical labels.
Visible Human Cross Sections
Includes CT, MRI, and labeled and unlabeled cross-sectional images.
The Bone Box
Provides quizzes on the names of bones and landmarks.
The eSkeletons Project
Choose Human under the heading, "Select A Taxon." By choosing a bone from a pull-down menu and then clicking "Launch Bone Viewer," one can see dorsal, ventral, medial, lateral, proximal, and distal views of the bone. One can also see its morphology, origins, insertions, and articulations.
Provides detailed quizzes on labeling bones and landmarks. Write down your answers and compare them to the correct answers.
Shows an image of the cross-section of a typical bone and provides anatomical information. Labels a skeletal diagram and lists bone names along with their common names. Clicking on a bone name provides the Latin origin and meaning for the name.
Spine: Normal Anatomy
Click on "Spine: Normal Anatomy" to see moving images of the spine and learn about its anatomy and physiology.
Skull Anatomy Tutorial
The Skull Practical Exam
Take quizzes on the skull parts and landmarks.
Includes images and information on epithelial, muscle, connective, nerve, and blood tissues.
Provides diagrams and information on the hand’s bone and joint structure, ligament structure, muscle arrangement, and nerve distribution.
Inside the Shoulder Joint
Illustrates and describes anatomical components of the shoulder joint.
Interactive Kidney Illustration
Illustrates and describes anatomical components of the kidney.