Visible Body Web Suite

All the visual and interactive content you need to understand the human body

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$1.99/month

Billed at $23.88 for a 1-year subscription

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Learn about the human body and communicate to patients.

Web Suite is loaded with visual and interactive content that explains male and female human anatomy, general physiology, and common conditions.

All content is web-based
Use Safari, Chrome, or Firefox web browsers on a PC, Mac, or Chromebook. There is no software to install.

An affordable price
A $23.88 subscription gives you access to 3D models, animations, diagnostic imaging, and bite-sized learning modules used at over 1,000 institutions to train healthcare professionals.

A huge library that is easy to use

  • 100+ lessons that teach about each body system
  • A 3D interactive atlas, preset with views from classic textbooks and simple controls to edit and save views to create a library of favorites
  • A guide focused on how muscles and bones move the body and common ailments
  • An easy-to-use series of 50-second animations that explain basic functions and conditions

A Web Suite subscription is ideal for personal learning, reference, and communicating with patients. This subscription does not include the lecture and course-based presentation permissions granted to subscribers to Visible Body Courseware or subscribers at an institution with a group subscription to one or more of our products.

Already a subscriber? Download free presentations and interactive tours

Web Suite subscribers can add all these free presentations to their library of favorites. Here’s how:

  • Log in to your Web Suite account.
  • Add the content you want from the list below. These presentations will appear in the “My Library” section of Human Anatomy Atlas 2021.

Review the structures of the respiratory system in a 3D presentation

A review of cranial nerves in 3D

Learn more about the skull with this 3D Tour

Learn more about the kidneys’ renal pyramids, medulla, and nephrons with this 3D Tour