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    Anatomy links, anyone?

    I just felt like posting some useful links regarding anatomy. i'm rubbish at figure drawing but every time i visit CA, i progress quite a bit (i recall the preposterous first post i made). Beware, the sites can be relatively gruesome.

    3D MODELS, LOW RESOLUTION BUT DOUBLE CLICK IMAGE TO ENLARGE
    http://www.msd-control.com/services/...ish/index.html

    PERHAPS YOU'VE HEARD OF THIS ONE, IT'S A SERIES OF 360/PANAROMA VIDEOS OF ANATOMICAL SPECIMENS:
    www.anatomy.wright.edu/qtvr/library/library.htm

    A PERSONAL FAVOURITE, 3D MODELS WHICH CAN BE VIEWED FROM ANY ANGLE & CROSS SECTIONS (OR BOTH AT ONCE) OF A REAL CADAVER, REQUIRES FREE REGISTRATION:
    http://visiblehuman.epfl.ch/

    *NEW* GOOGLE BODY, REQUIRES THE NEW GOOGLE CHROME:
    bodybrowser.googlelabs.com/

    Facial Anatomy, mainly taken from Henry Grays Anatomy book, but it's nice to have it neatly arranged and accompanied with contemporary text.
    http://face-and-emotion.com/dataface...my/anatomy.jsp

    a vast collection of images of skeletal specimens (includes comparative anatomy, mostly primates, not the horse which is an artist's primary animal of choice, maybe because of its versatility in conveying messages or the surplus of anatomy resources on it...)
    http://www.eskeletons.org/taxon/huma....html#Anterior

    Nice site with a couple of models/animations of the skull, shoulder girdle and a few of the features: http://www.a3bs.com/3d-animations,an.html

    Muscle atlas:
    http://www.rad.washington.edu/academ...k/muscle-atlas

    Cross section heaven, works best with a fast computer (i was devastated), it's basically coronal, axial and sagittal (i get around) cross sections compiled into seperate applications for each anatomical part:
    http://www.imaios.com/en/e-Anatomy/Limbs/
    (some features may be disabled because a subscription is needed, but i felt there was plenty to work with, except label, which actually makes it more fun)

    That's all for now folks, i have a few more but i'll probably add them later. I hope this post is in the right section and i apologise to the websites shown if i have breeched any copyright or infringement policies or whatever, i did not intend to. I don't respond quickly to messages but i'll try so don't let that stop you.

    P.S. i'd love this thread to evolve into one where everybody posts some of there own favourite sites/resources, because i have some sites with e-books i'd love to put up here.

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    Wow, this links are pretty cool, specially the skeleton one. ^^

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