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Communication Sciences & Disorders
Journal Articles | Background | Books & Videos | Tests, Etc.
Individual/Commercial Home Pages and Projects:
- Audiology Forum: Video Otoscopy
Created by Roy F. Sullivan, Ph.D.
- Martindale's Health Science Guide/University of Calf. (Irvine) Science Library
This multi-media information "VIRTUAL" - MEDICAL CENTER contains a myriad of resources including teaching files, medical cases, textbooks, tutorials, databases and more. A resource with pointers to various sites containing anatomical maps and related images for various parts of the human body, including the whole brain; ear/cochlear images; vocal/speech parts, etc. Sites include the University of Wisconsin, Washington University (St. Louis, MO.), UK hospitals, etc. Subject categories of interest include:
- ***NLM's Visible Human Project***
This is a major project being developed by the National Library of Medicine. It is currently developing a set of images based on complete anatomically detailed, three-dimensional representations of the male and female human body. The site also includes information on various related projects and products which utilize various subsets of the NLM human project data.
- TBI Brain Map
An atlas from TPN (The Perspectives Network, Inc.), a non-profit organization committed to helping traumatic brain injury survivors.
Selected Medical Schools With Anatomy/Atlas Sites:
- Harvard Medical School: Whole Brain Atlas
Includes information about case studies, incl. stroke, Alzheimer's Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, Huntington's Disease, as well as normal neuro-anatomy.
- Heal National Digital Library (U. of Utah, UCLA, U of Oklahoma)
Includes images and interactive resources, incl. NeuroLogic Exam, PediNeuroLogic Exam, and UCLA Interactive Neuroscience
- Loyola University Medical Education Network: LUMEN Dissector
- Neurosciences on the Internet
Edited and maintained by Neil A. Busis, M.D. See Best Bets -- links to human neuroanatomy and neuropathology sites from all over the world.
James Madison University Libraries & Educational Technologies