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  1. Anatomy.TV

    Detailed 3D model of the Human Anatomy software, available via web browser.

  2. e-Anatomy

    e-Anatomy is a comprehensive interactive atlas of human anatomy with over 40 different modules covering the full body. Each module presents medical imaging examinations (e.g.

    CT scans and MRI) with annotated anatomical structures and diagrams. 

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  3. Netter Presenter

    Full set of images from the Netter Atlas of Human Anatomy, 5th edition. More than 200 additional clinically-focused illustrations and radiologic images, as well as videos created from the new Netter's 3D Interactive Anatomy, and selected videos from Netter's Online Dissection Modules.For tips on how to view and download images, create online presentations, and image disclaimer, use Netter Presenter Get Started Guide.

  4. SpringerImages

    SpringerImages is a growing collection of scientific images and videos that spans the scientific, technical and medical fields, including high-quality clinical images from imagesMD.

    The continually updated collection gathers photos, graphs, histograms, figures, and tables from Springer journals. Users can create personalized image sets, and can easily export images for use in their own presentations or lectures.

    Walk in users: OK
    • Coverage: Current
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  5. VisualDx

    VisualDx, a clinical information tool, sponsored by the Georgia Department of Public Health, will no longer be available from the Emory Libraries websites as of July 30, 2015; the Georgia Department of Public Health has cancelled its subscription. Here are alternative, Emory Libraries licensed resources that provide similar content.For images of skin findings:These databases allow you to search for images/multimedia:

    VisualDx, a clinical information tool, sponsored by the Georgia Department of Public Health, will no longer be available from the Emory Libraries websites as of July 30, 2015; the Georgia Department of Public Health has cancelled its subscription. Here are alternative, Emory Libraries licensed resources that provide similar content.

    For images of skin findings:These databases allow you to search for images/multimedia:

    For differential diagnosis
    • Clinical Keysearch for a disease. The display will include a differential diagnosis from Ferri's Clinical Advisor or First Consult
    • Gideon (for infectious diseases). Under the Diagnosis tab, select multiple pathogens and use the Compare button to see a comparison of clinical findings

    Under the Diseases tab, select geographic and demographic factors, as well as clinical findings, to display a

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