Antoine Micheau, MD , Denis Hoa, MD
Wednesday 12 April 2017Thorax, Abdomen, Pelvis
This interactive atlas of human heart anatomy is based on medical illustrations and cadaver photography.
The user can decide whether or not to show the anatomical labels which provide a useful tool to create illustrations perfectly adapted for teaching.
Illustrated anatomy of the heart: illustrations and photography
Some illustrations have been drawn and coloured with Adobe Photoshop.
Others are based on an adapted 3D model (texturing and modelling) to the study of anatomy.
The user will also find at least some cadaver photographs.
Anatomical structures were labelled according to the actual Terminologia Anatomica.
Anatomy of the human heart and coronaries: how to visualize anatomic structures
This tool provides access to several medical illustrations, allowing the user to interactively discover heart anatomy. Images are labelled, providing an invaluable medical and anatomical tool. The test mode allows instant evaluation of user progress.
The superior horizontal menu bar provides the groups of anatomic labels that the user needs to use (“Anatomical Structures”):
To the bottom of this module, small images act as an interactive menu and allow the user fast access to the different anatomic views.
This module has been designed for anatomists, radiologists, cardiologists, cardiac surgeons, medical students and residents.