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From this issue we are starting a series of videos showing dissections of the various parts of the body. Please click pictures to start movies. There are sounds in these movies; please put your speakers on. These videos were shot by Dr. Puneet Setia from his excellent Kodak camera; dissection and commentaries done by Anil Aggrawal. These videos are for educational purposes only.
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The Navigable Atlas of the Human Brain by Keith D. Sudheimer, Brian M. Winn, Jay M. Shoaps, Kristina K. Davis, Archibald J. Fobbs Jr., and John I. Johnson
More brain movies by Catherine L. Reed
The Human Brain: Dissections of the Real Brain by Terence H. Williams, M.D., Ph.D., D.Sc., Nedzad Gluhbegovic, M.D., Ph.D. and Jean Y. Jew, M.D.
The Whole Brain Atlas by Keith A. Johnson, M.D. and J. Alex Becker, Ph.D.
Practical instructions for the dissection of the brain by J. A. Kiernan
File downloads by J. A. Kiernan
Gross anatomy of the human brain - Powerpoint type slides
Neuroanatomy & Neuropathology on the Internet by Prof. Katalin Hegedüs
Why is the study of brain white matter tracts important and how can it be done? by Hubertus Axer, PD Dr. med.
Medical Neuroscience Course by Neafsey and Castro
Instructional video: Dissection of the human brain by Lennart Heimer, M.D., Department of Neurological Surgery, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia
27 human dissections demonstrated on actual human cadavers by a number of anatomists. Prepared by the Department of Anatomy, University of Wisconsin - Madison Medical School. Highly recommended for beginners and experts alike! All 27 dissections are highly professional and total 430 minutes! They are huge in size though - almost 4 GB in all. Might take days to download. Do contact Edward Schultz, Professor, Department of Anatomy, University of Wisconsin Medical School (ph: 608-263-2894). He is the brain behind these dissections.
Demonstration of the coronary arteries of the heart. A small 2 minute video demonstrating the coronary arteries of the heart in an actual specimen. Published by the American Journal of Biomedical Research. The journal plans to publish movies related to thorax structures in future. Do contact Dr. Ramesh Kaul, the managing director of the journal to keep track of future movies.
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