Welcome to the Visible Body Blog, plus free anatomy learning videos, eBooks and more
Anatomy doesn't have to be so cut and dry. See the human body in a whole new light on our blog. The Visible Body Blog explores the anatomy, physiology, and associated pathologies of all the body systems in a way that is fun, funny, and understandable. Brighten up your day with some good ol' anatomy irreverence!
When You Gotta Go, You Gotta Go: The Ins and Outs of Urinary System Anatomy and Physiology
Anatomy & Physiology
Anatomy and Physiology: Anatomical Position and Directional Terms
Anatomy & Physiology
3D Skeletal System: Atlas, Axis, and the Atlanto-Axial Relationship
A library of eBooks, each a quick, visual presentation of a key anatomy topic. Review regional anatomy, core A&P course topics, muscles and bones for kinesiology courses, anatomy for yoga students, and more. There is even a section with anatomy for elementary school lessons!
Available downloads include:
Anatomy Etymology.Where did the word 'heart' come from? How did we get 'muscle' from a word meaning 'little mouse'? Discover the origins of 18 anatomy terms!
The Lymphatic System. Learn about your body's defense system, which is way more widespread than you'd think
Facts and Fiction. 35 pages of debunked medical myths, history, and cool facts
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Case Study: Watch how much more students can learn about the digestive system using 3D anatomy
Available resources include:
Students and professors share experiences using 3D Human Anatomy to better visualize and learn.
Results of 800+ student class test using Visible Body apps.
See a 3D anatomy lab in action: Watch a 3D heart dissection.
Teach a course? Need to do some fast patient education or get a big-picture understanding of some basic human biology concepts? Our award-winning videos help students and patients see inside the human body and understand anatomy, physiology, and common diseases and pathologies.