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Medical Images and Videos

An extensive guide to medical image and video databases licensed by Rutgers University Libraries as well as a variety of open-access medical image and video resources

Histology Image/Video Resources

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  • Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences users: Please also check out the Image/Video Databases @ Rutgers tab for Rutgers Libraries licensed resources covering histology.

CELLS alive! -- CELLS alive! represents 30 years of capturing film and computer-enhanced images of living cells and organisms for education and medical research. The site has been available continuously and updated annually since May of 1994 and now hosts over 4 million visitors a year.

Histology Homepage -- A histology database developed by the University of Wisconsin Medical School, Department of Anatomy.

JayDoc HistoWeb -- The JayDoc HistoCD is a histology atlas that corresponds with the laboratory exercises of the Cell & Tissue Biology course of the School of Medicine of the University of Kansas. The HistoCD provides succinct explanations of the tissues to guide first-year medical students in the use of their microscope. The HistoCD subsequently serves as a permanent histology resource for all medical students and physicians.

LUMEN Histology Laboratory -- Histology slides database created by John A. McNulty, Ph.D., Professor of the Department of Cell Biology, Neurobiology and Anatomy, Loyola University Medical Education Network.

SIU SOM Histology -- A histology database intended to serve the Southern Illinois University School of Medicine Year One Curriculum.



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