Here’s your chance to look inside a human bodyPosted: April 18, 2016
Do you know what a palpebral is? Need a clue? Cat’s have three of them… Human’s have two. And goldfish have none.
If you are still scratching your head (the uppermost part of your body), you may need a lesson in anatomy. And as luck would have it, we have the perfect online resource for you!
Acland’s Video Atlas of Human Anatomy is the optimal anatomical learning solution. Watch and listen to world-renowned anatomist Dr. Robert Acland as he explains anatomical movement within each region of the body.
Containing more than 300 narrated videos, the Video Atlas is designed for medical, dental and health students, medical practitioners, as well as anyone looking for information about human anatomy. With its simple language and realistic imagery, the Video Atlas is unlike any other anatomical learning tool.
Acland’s Video Atlas of Human Anatomy provides a truly three-dimensional look at anatomy. As you watch, the specimen rotates to let you see it as a fully three-dimensional object. View a sample video clip to experience the impact of this powerful imaging technique.
The five-volume Video Atlas is easy to navigate. The content can be searched by anatomical regions and parts, as well as by the A-Z index. Run times are listed for each part. You can start, stop, and pause at any time while viewing a video.
Want to watch videos on your mobile device? You totally can; your viewing experience will not be compromised. The Video Atlas now has full mobile functionality for both Apple and Android devices.
Access the Video Atlas anytime, anywhere from your computer, smartphone, or tablet device (if only to find out what the heck a palpebral is…)