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Perineum (1)
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Study and teaching. Research (70)
Urinary and reproductive organs (12)
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Resources

This case study looks at one person's lifestyle choices, and the health conditions that result from those choices. It also examines the importance of including persons of both sexes and different races in clinical...
The Medical College of Wisconsin?s Collaborative Hypertext of Radiology (CHORUS) website contains over one thousand documents and images related to anatomy and physiology, radiological findings, diagnostics, and d...
This case study is intended for high school or lower level undergraduate students, and will help when studying the human immune system. The lesson allows students to review the different classes of antibodies, their...
The Learning Radiology website was conceived and created by Professor William Herring of the Albert Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia. The site was started in June 2002, and now receives upwards of 12,000 visitors...
The Loyola University Medical Education Network (LUMEN) presents this anatomy tutorial. The site is divided up into categories of cross-sectional images of the human body: Head and Neck, Upper Limb, male and female...
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