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Hardin Library for the Health Sciences

Anatomage Table 7: Features

Asian Female Bone+Organ
Male Asian Nervous System
Sagittal Brain MRI
Forearm Muscles
Stained Motor Neuron


The Anatomage Table 7 offers users the ability to explore human anatomy in a virtual format. Users are able to choose from 4 different photorealistic cadavers that were recreated from actual human cadavers by serially sectioning the bodies at 0.2 mm intervals and then imaging the sections. The end-product is a wonderfully detailed human body recreation, the likes of which have never been seen before. See below for more information on the virtual cadaver creation process.

In addition to anatomy, Table 7 has life-like physiological recreations that teach users how the individual body systems function, something that can't be recreated on a real cadaver. View how the heart contracts to pump blood throughout the body. View how muscles contract and relax during running. Another feature of the Anatomage Table 7 is a case library with 1000+ MRI and CT scans of every system of the body and every medical specialty. View MRI and CT scans of an individual who has had a lower leg amputation. View images of an ectopic pregnancy where you can see the baby growing outside of the mother's uterus. These features, and many more, make the Anatomage Table 7  a comprehensive anatomy and physiology learning tool.

Choose specific pages to learn more about the Anatomage Table 7  features.

Anatomage Training Resources

Training and Outreach Specialist - Anatomage

Questions and Reservations

For further questions concerning the Anatomage Table 7 or to schedule training, contact Joe Promes via email at or submit a request through the Contact Hardin webpage.

To reserve the Anatomage Table 7, click here

Roy J. Carver Charitable Trust

The Anatomage Table 7 was purchased through the generous support of the Roy J. Carver Charitable Trust.