|Anatomy contains labeled images that I have used this year in my lectures/demonstrations for first year medical students at Memorial University. This site is being developed as classes proceed. The photos are of cadavers that I dissected. Many of the specimens have been plastinated and others hopefully will be plastinated soon. The plastinated specimens are in the anatomy laboratory and eventually one will be able to view a specimen along with serial photographs to gain a better understanding of Anatomy.
There are a few photos of bones as well as a living person. The live parts were photographed on the same black cloth used for the cadaveric parts.
I hope to have photos of all the parts of the body on this site by September next year.
I would love to have your comments/suggestions.
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Associate Professor of Anatomy
Faculty of Medicine
St. John's, NF. A1B 3V6