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Anatomage Table: Gross Anatomy

asian male body
Asian Female Muscle
female asian sections
Digestive System + section
Digestive System + Histology

Gross Anatomy

Gross Anatomy is the first section of the Anatomage Table program. Users are prompted to choose from 4 different cadavers; an Asian male, an Asian female, a Caucasian male, and a Caucasian female. Due to the quality of the scans used to recreate the cadavers, the bodies have differing levels of detail.

  • The Asian female has the highest level of detail and is best for all levels of dissection.
  • The Asian male has high bone detail and is best for studying bony structures and insertions/origins.
  • The Caucasian male has the highest muscularity and is best for studying the muscle groups.
  • The Caucasian female provides a great option for all levels of dissection.

Under Gross Anatomy, users are able to

  • Explore human anatomy in 3D. Use the dissection and clipping tool to simulate an actual dissection.
  • Use the Layout icon to view MRI and CT scans side-by-side with the dissected organs to further understanding of the body.
  • View "fly-throughs" of organ systems. Experience first-hand how blood travels from the abdomen, through the heart, and out to the brain. See what it is like to be a piece of food traveling through the digestive system. 
  • Test your knowledge of the human body in Quiz Mode. Challenge your friends to a bone identifying competition under Game Mode.

Users have the option to screenshot the current view or screen record on the Anatomage Table. Screenshots and recordings can then be saved to a USB flash drive and opened for review on personal computers.

Gross Anatomy Training Resources

Questions and Reservations

For further questions concerning the Anatomage Table or to schedule training, submit a request through the Contact Hardin webpage.

To reserve the Anatomage Table, click here

Roy J. Carver Charitable Trust

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