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anatomy.tv offers detailed 3D models of human anatomy that can be rotated, sectioned and stripped to different layers. Users can study various body regions and test themselves by using the customizable quiz maker. Includes other supportive materials, such as MRIs, videos, slides, and biomechanical actions. Users are free to download any graphics to their desktops.
Bates Guide to Physical Examination - Thorax and Lungs
These streaming videos show step-by-step examinations with rationales for the clinician's actions and contains expanded discussions of health history taking, interviewing, and describing findings. Graphics illustrate key components of anatomy and physiology. v.3. Thorax and lungs
Chest X-Ray Atlas
The atlas may be utilized by any student wishing to gain more knowledge regarding chest x-rays. It is anticipated that you will continue to read textbooks, and use this module for review purposes. These films are teaching collections. They are presented in alphabetical order. Some cases are used in multiple locations to convey various concepts. If you click the images with blue border, a new window will open with a larger size film. Close the window to return.
Interactive Respiratory Physiology
John Hopkins School of Medicine. The current modules focus on breathing mechanics, static conditions, and obstructive and restrictive disease states. Tutorials are linear presentations of concepts with questions interspersed. Illustrations and animations are used to reinforce the ideas. For example, the Quiet Breathing Tutorial builds up a triple animation, linking a breathing thorax, a gauge of pressure changes, and a graph of volume changes.
Labs are interactive work areas that encourage students to compare and contrast scenarios, adjust model parameters, and see results. The Disease States Lab encourages students to compare spirogram tracings, compliance curves, and expiratory flow rates for normal, obstructive, and restrictive pulmonary diseases. Students may use a question bank to focus their exploration. The Statics Lab enables students to specify a patient's lung volume and glottis state.
The Auscultation Assistant- Breath Sounds
This site was designed in my fourth year of medical school at UCLA primarily for second-year medical students to help them appreciate the different audio characteristics of heart murmurs and breath sounds. Click on the above tabs to cross between general categories, and use the text buttons to the left to reach individual topics within each area.