Online Tools

Complete Anatomy / 3D4Medical
An interactive, advanced, and comprehensive 3D anatomy software that is useful in the classroom, lab, and clinical setting. The mobile app allows users to view and manipulate 12 different body systems on multiple levels and utilize tools for exploration. You must download the app and register as a Clarkson user for full access.

Anatomy and Physiology Revealed
An interactive cadaver dissection experience. Detailed information and audio pronunciations build anatomical knowledge, and comprehensive quizzing reinforces learning. (AccessPhysiotherapy platform)

Human Anatomy Modules
Interactive modules that allow for visualization of the human body in 3D format. (AccessMedicine Platform)

Human Anatomy Tours 
Focuses on a few select anatomical structures in detail. Interactive slides with text. (AccessMedicine Platform)
Innerbody: Human Anatomy Online
Enables you to pick a body system, click on names or body parts from a picture, and obtain descriptions.

Get Body Smart
An online examination of human anatomy and physiology. Animated text narrations and quizzes to explain the structures and functions of the human body systems.

Anatomy Learning 3D Atlas 
Can open on web browser or download app to use on Android devices.

Lumen Learn
Interactive models with testing. Click on area of the body to explore and then the numbers on the models for identification. Areas covered: skeletal, muscle, nerves, arteries, dermatones, cutaneous innervation. 


Muscle Atlas 
University of Washington Department of Radiology Muscle Atlas and teaching materials. Contains an illustrated atlas of the muscles of the upper and lower extremities and online teaching materials on musculoskeletal radiology.

From the National Library of Medicine, a free open-access online database of medical images, teaching cases, and clinical topics, integrating images and textual metadata including over 12,000 patient case scenarios, 9,000 topics, and nearly 59,000 images.

One of the web’s largest collections of radiology cases and reference articles.

NIH Anatomy & Physiology Training Modules 
Introduce the structure and function of the human body.

The Visible Human Project 
Created by the National Library of Medicine (NLM). Provides publicly-available complete, anatomically detailed, three-dimensional representations of a human male body and a human female body. Specifically,  cross-sectional cryosection, CT, and MRI images obtained from one male cadaver and one female cadaver.

Adivine Anatomy 
Cadaver dissection.
Anatomy Zone
190+ video tutorials covering an extensive range of focused areas of human anatomy.
Dr. C Anatomy
Cadaver dissection. 
Dr. Najeeb Lectures
Clinical; physiology; great white board illustrations. 

Gross Anatomy Dissections
These videos of real cadaver dissections are good preparation for the anatomy lab. Developed by the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine.

Institute of Human Anatomy

Noted Anatomist
Great illustrations and review; not cadaver. 

Sanjoy Sanyal
Cadaver dissection; clinical/surgical; repeated topic videos show variation.

Anatomy Texts

Gross Anatomy: The Big Picture
This ebook gives you the option to create online custom quizzes to test yourself.

Clinical Anatomy: Applied Anatomy for Students and Junior Doctors

Fundamentals of Anatomy and Physiology

Gray’s Anatomy 
Images from the 1918 edition.

These books are available to borrow from the Health Sciences Library (HSL).  Click on image to get details. Anatomy texts are found in the 611 range of the library shelves. These are a few selected titles. Browse the shelves for more!




Each of these charts is multi-page. You can print individual PDF pages for studying. Click on image to access.

Respiratory, urinary, digestive, heart & circulatory, thoracic nerves, and lymphatic organ systems.

Extensive, covering all aspects and areas of the digestive system.

Multiple views of hand including surface anatomy, joints, ligaments, muscles, nerves, arteries, and bone structure.

Lymphatic details in all areas of the body.

Micro details of the cell, kidney, ear, eye,nose, tongue, skin, hair, blood vessels, alveola, nerve structures, and more.   

Other Media

Each library location has a full-scale model skeleton that can be checked out for short-term use in the library.  The skeleton at the Health Sciences Library is annotated and has an identification manual you can use to study. 

COVID Note: Sorry, the model skeletons must keep their distance during this health crisis and are not currently available for checkout. 

Skeleton_Key – identification manual 

These boxed sets are available to borrow from the Health Sciences Library (HSL). Click on image for details.