In short — We are building an evidence-based 3D model of the human body, create high-quality, interactive illustrations of the model, and share them here to provide a resource for teaching and explaining anatomy.
We have completed the articles on the human skeleton and continue to create pages on the joints and ligaments. Scroll the image gallery below to find the last five pages added to this website:
Please refer to the corresponding sections of the site navigation panel to see more high-quality interactive illustrations and get evidence-based information about the human anatomy.
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Finally, below illustrations that have Latin terminology comments, you will find an expanding list of terms with translation into English:
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