Virtually search, dissect, and examine the human body anywhere, anytime with Dana Medical Library’s new app, Human Anatomy Atlas. Human Anatomy Atlas is a comprehensive 3D atlas of the human body that provides access to 3D views, animations, quizzes, and more.
Browse 3D views by regions, by systems, or in the Gross Anatomy Lab. Search for specific structures or topics using the search function in the lower left corner.
Within a view, select a specific structure to find a definition (book icon), related pathology information (stethoscope icon), and its English pronunciation (speaker icon). Hide structures to see anything that may be beneath them. Note that in some views, certain structures may only be visible once others are hidden—in the screenshot above, several structures in the back were hidden to reveal the suboccipital triangle.
To test your knowledge or practice for an exam, take a quiz. Quizzes will prompt you to identify specific structures in the given view. In some cases, you may need to manipulate the view by rotating or hiding structures to find the correct answer.
Human Anatomy Atlas is available via the web app or download the Mobile App for access on both Android and iOS devices. If you have any questions about how to access or use Human Anatomy Atlas, contact Jeanene Light for assistance.