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Musculoskeletal system

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View Resource Muscle Physiology

The Muscle Physiology Lab at the University of California-San Diego provides this comprehensive source of information on the neuromuscular system. The Web site appears as a extensive menu of subtopics, each leading to pages of detailed text and diagrams. Students studying muscle structure and function should find this well-organized and authoritative resource extremely useful. The Web site also...

http://muscle.ucsd.edu/musintro/jump.shtml
View Resource Get Body Smart

The Get Body Smart site was created in 2000 by Scott Sheffield. He's been teaching human anatomy and physiology for over 20 years and the site is an important source of high-quality information on both fields. As it is an online textbook, the subject areas here on the homepage include Skeletal System, Nervous System, and Histology. Each of these areas includes an introductory tutorial, along with...

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https://www.getbodysmart.com/
View Resource LUMEN: Structure of the Human Body

For medical professionals, learning about the human body is crucial. A number of sites hold vast stores of knowledge about the human body, and this interactive site is one resource that persons in this field should know about. Created by Dr. Frederick Wezeman and Dr. John Santaniello of Loyola University's Stritch School of Medicine, the site contains a series of interactive dissection exercises,...

http://www.meddean.luc.edu/lumen/meded/grossanatomy/index.ht...
View Resource Muscle Atlas: Musculoskeletal Radiology

Not enough people know about the world of musculoskeletal radiology, but this site can address some of those glaring gaps in medical and physiological knowledge. Created by Doctor Michael Richardson at the University of Washington, this online muscle atlas covers the lower and upper extremity, and is primarily designed for use by health science professionals. The site also includes some teaching...

https://rad.washington.edu/muscle-atlas/
View Resource Veterinary Anatomical Illustrations

These remarkable illustrations were taken from the classic works of German veterinary anatomists, Wilhelm Ellenberger and Hermann Baum, along with medical illustrator, Hermann Dittrich. Originally published in texts from 1898 and 1911 through 1925, these works remain seminal for those studying various animals today. Animals covered here include the horse, cow, dog, lion, goat, and deer. Crafted as...

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https://uwdc.library.wisc.edu/collections/Science/VetAnatImg...