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You can still access the UC Berkeley Library’s services and resources during the closure. Here’s how.

Physical Education, Sports Medicine & Physiology: Anatomy / Physiology


Anatomy Atlases:
series of online human anatomy atlases, including a microanatomy atlas and a first aid atlas.

Anatomy of the Human Body:
Gray’s Anatomy of the Human Body, via

Anatomy Videos: MedlinePlus
Animated videos show the anatomy of body parts and organ systems and how diseases and conditions affect them.

eSkeletons Project:
contains images of human and primate bones from varying angles and animations of joint actions.

Mouse Brain Library:
high-resolution images and databases of brains from genetically characterized strains of mice. 

Muscle Tutorial:
review major superficial muscles with this handy tutorial.

Skeletal Muscles of the Human Body:
Hosford Muscle Tables supply the origin, insertion, action, and blood and nerve supply for every muscle in the body.

Skeleton Tutorial:
detailed review of skeletal structures from Gateway Community College in Phoenix, AZ.

The Virtual Body:
illustrated online atlas of human anatomy.

Visible Human Project:
National Library of Medicine, images of transverse sections of male and female human cadavers.

Whole Brain Atlas:
atlas with images of brains both in normal and diseased states.