Finally! A site that fosters understanding of anatomy through narrated videos of REAL cadaver specimens, easy-to-use navigation tools, and access to only what you need, when you need it. This card is your portal to anatomy content designed to help you succeed in the course, the lab, and on exams—review the clips anytime, as often as you’d like, from your computer, smartphone, or tablet device!
Rotating videography shows structures and movements in three dimension, making sense of what you see or may miss during dissection
Carefully preserved, expertly dissected human specimens in their natural color closely simulate what students or medical professionals will see in practice
Compelling images combine with detailed voiceover and labeling to support visual and auditory learning styles
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Email functionality: send specific clips to peers, colleagues, or faculty for discussion or clarification
"May favorites" tab: save videos for quick reference during lecture, lab, review, or patient consult
Downloadable PDF transcripts: use as reference or review
Regional organization of videos: jump to those parts of the body most relevant to your course or area of study
ANATOMY IN REAL-LIFE 3D
More than 300 narrated videos of REAL cadaver specimens
Easy-to-use search and navigation tools
Access to only the content you need, when you need it
Acland's DVD Atlas of Human Anatomy - Set of Six Discs, Personal Use
Format Software Medium DVD ISBN 9780781740685 Copyright Year 2003 Caveat Out of print, Non-Returnable for credit.
Now available in DVD format, this product represents Robert Acland's painstaking efforts to bring human anatomy to life by teaching it in real-time using fresh tissues. The conversion from video to DVD provides features including searchable video images and a main menu, table of contents, index, and a glossary of anatomical terms. The advantages of these new features include greater accessibility and ease of navigation, improved speed and efficiency, and high-resolution images. Disc 1 will focus on the upper extremity, Disc 2 on the lower extremity, Disc 3 on the trunk, Discs 4 and 5 on the head and neck, and Disc 6 on internal organs.
The first five tapes in this remarkable and beautifully produced video anatomy atlas explore the fundamental structures of the Musculoskeletal System, and the Head and Neck.