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Human Anatomy Online: Laboratory Dissections

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Human Anatomy Online: Laboratory Dissections

Publisher: SUNY Downstate Medical Center

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It is the intent of this dissection manual to provide a means to facilitate the learning of human anatomy. Our innovation is to focus on concise descriptions of steps in the dissection process and provide key illustrations. Additionally, students can access a large videodisc image gallery which serves as a guide to the various steps of dissection.

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