Anatomy.tv from Primal Pictures is an interactive 3D human anatomy database built using real human scan data modeling all human structures, with the ability to rotate the model 360 degrees and add or remove layers of anatomy. Links include relevant text, dissections, clinical slides, diagrams, video clips and MRI scans.
contains videos and images. Videos cover topics such as bedside and office-based procedures, patient interview, and physical exam, tests and treatments. Images from a the medical textbooks in AccessMedicine may be viewed and/or downloaded to a presentation slide show.
Updated regularly. A collection of over 80 leading medical textbooks plus an extensive multimedia library, Diagnosaurus differential diagnosis tool, patient education materials, practice guidelines, diagnostic tests and an integrated drug database. AccessMedicine also features self-assessment tools, Lange Case Files series, and online learning tools for medical education and board exams review. Featured textbooks include: Harrison’s Online, Tintinalli’s Emergency Medicine, Current Medical Diagnosis & Treatment, Principles and Practice of Hospital Medicine, and Schwartz’s Principles of Surgery.
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DeGowin's Diagnostic Examination videos can be accessed through AccessMedicine. Click on link to go directly to these videos.
Updated regularly. A comprehensive collection of medical and surgical resources in a variety of specialties designed to support evidence-based clinical care and clinical education. ClinicalKey is an upgraded and expanded version of MD Consult that offers full text access to selected medical textbooks, medical journals, practice guidelines, drug information, patient handouts, and CME materials.
"This website is intended for those interested in learning and referencing neuroradiology anatomy via an intuitive interface and learning from neuroradiology cases. This would include medical students, radiology technologists, residents (radiology, radiation oncology, otolaryngology, neurology, neurosurgery), and radiologists."
"This site is maintained by Brett Young, MD, a current neuroradiology fellow at Duke University Medical Center in Durham, North Carolina, USA."