A new anatomical atlas is available: Complete Anatomy

A new anatomical atlas is available: Complete Anatomy

Published on 15 Jun 2021

The UM Library is glad to share a new source to use for your anatomy courses: Complete Anatomy. This realistic 3D anatomy atlas allows users to visualise detailed anatomical structures by studying interactive cross-sections of 3D models.

Complete Anatomy is an interactive 3D anatomical atlas that allows you to view and manipulate 12 body systems. It offers, quality reviewed, anatomical learning materials and tools. ​Tools include augmented reality, cutting, labeling, break down menus, export images, plus more. Using the tools, you can dissect and simulate various situations without having to be in a lab environment.

This atlas replaces the previously offered Primal Pictures.



Complete Anatomy is not a web-based anatomical atlas. Available via Athena Desktop (or Student desktop) and downloadable for your personal devices.
Go to Online Library > Databases > Complete Anatomy

Author: Gregor Franssen, Specialist Scientific Information & Skills Support FHML/MUMC+


This article is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) License.



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Last updated: 15/06/21

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