Last Updated: Aug 25, 2022 5:30 PM
NetAnatomy is designed to teach human anatomy to health professions students. The content available at NetAnatomy addresses three anatomical areas: Gross Anatomy, Radiographic Anatomy, and Cross-Sectional Anatomy. Each area includes a description, labels, and a test feature where you are prompted to identify the structures shown on the screen.
In NetAnatomy, you can study gross anatomy by region or system. Various radiological modalities illustrate unique representations of human anatomy that supplement other types of anatomical observation. Correlation images help place the structures in context. A study of human anatomy from cross-sectioned cadaveric specimens provide the positions, sizes, shapes, and relationships of structures; this in turn facilitates an appreciation for the three-dimensional organization of the body.
Authors come from the George Washington University Department of Anatomy & Regenerative Biology, Sheba Medical Center in Israel, and the Sackler School of Medicine at Tel Aviv University in Israel.