The Norris Medical Library recently added two streaming video anatomy resources for use through the library web site. Cine Prosector was created by Laurence E. Wragg in 1967-1968 and originally made available on video through A-V Corporation. Each of the 20 digitized segments uses models and prosected specimens for examination and review of anatomical structures, orientation, boundaries and contents of a specific region of human gross anatomy. The Visual Histology Course was developed by David Moran and J. Carter Rowley, III from the University of Colorado and includes 30-minute lectures on major topics in histology.
Both resources require the Adobe Flash Player. The Visual Histology Course also requires a high speed network connection.
For further information, contact Janis Brown , associate director, systems & information technology division.