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View Resource Get Body Smart

Since the days of Andreas Vesalius, humans have been fascinated with describing and accurately depicting various parts of the body in all of their intimate detail. In recent years, a number of enterprising souls have placed materials online that deal with both human anatomy and physiology. Scott Sheffield is one such individual, and he has drawn on his many years of university teaching to create...

View Resource World Health Organization: Quantifying environmental health impacts

The World Health Organization works in a number of public health areas, and their work on quantifying environmental health impacts has been receiving praise from many quarters. This site provides materials on their work in this area and visitors with a penchant for international health relief efforts and policy analysis will find the site invaluable. Along the left-hand side of the site, visitors...

View Resource LUMEN Cross-Section Tutorial

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 Thorax, Abdomen, male and female Pelvis, and Lower Limb. By clicking on each section, users select a cross-section of that part of the anatomy, and by clicking on each number, can...

View Resource LUMEN: Structure of the Human Body

For medical professionals, learning about the human body is crucial. A number of sites hold vast stores of knowledge about the human body, and this interactive site is one resource that persons in this field should know about. Created by Dr. Frederick Wezeman and Dr. John Santaniello of Loyola University's Stritch School of Medicine, the site contains a series of interactive dissection exercises,...

View Resource CT Teaching Files

CTisus is a project of the Advanced Medical Imaging Laboratory, and on this site they present their teaching files. The files are divided by organ or body systems (such as Stomach and Neuro), and each division contains from one to forty-two individual files. Each file contains 100 cases, which allow students to see CT scans, courtesy of Dr. Elliot K. Fishman, and diagnose the illness based on...

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