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Resources for the study of anatomy from many perspectives
Last Updated: Feb 12, 2014 URL: Print Guide Email Alerts

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Susan Swogger, MLIS

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About this Guide

This guide was developed by the Health Sciences Library.

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General Anatomy Databases

  • e-Anatomy
    This anatomy teaching & learning tool displays labeled body parts using multiple imaging modalities (MRI, CT) in a sequential, slice by slice manner
  • Primal
    Nine anatomical region modules each including 3D views, clinical text, dissection slides and videos, MRI correlations, biomechanics animations, and self-quizzes, in addition to a large set of Sports Therapies, Surgery, Dentistry, Radiology, and other modules
  • anatomyEXPERT
    Free resource including many animations and images
  • HEAL: Anatomy Images
    Images and films from the Health Education Assets Library

Anatomy for Radiology


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On Campus Access: Electronic resources are accessible on-campus. Faculty, students and staff must register personal laptops and mobile devices with UNC Chapel Hill ITS.

UNC Hospitals Access: Electronic resources are available via the Library website by logging in with your Onyen. Note: UpToDate is available within EPIC.

Off Campus Access: Access resources off-campus via the Library website by logging in with your Onyen. Most electronic resources are accessible off-campus to students, faculty, and staff, including UNC Hospitals' staff.

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