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Hardin Library for the Health Sciences

Anatomage Table: Prosection

Midsagittal brain prosection
heart prosection
knee prosection


The final learning tool included in the Anatomage program is Prosection. This section is a collection of images taken from real, dissected, human cadavers at the Stanford University School of Medicine. Users are able to view labeled segments of a real human cadaver to supplement their learning. 

Prosection Training Resources

Training and Outreach Specialist - Anatomage

Questions and Reservations

For further questions concerning the Anatomage Table or to schedule training, contact Joe Promes via email at or 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.