Our trial access to the Gale Interactive: Human Anatomy database has been extended to September 5th. This database allows you to examine virtual 3D dissections and immerse yourself in interactive research. With the Gale Interactive: Human Anatomy database, you can separate over 4,300 anatomical structures from the body to reveal layers and anatomical relationships, and visualize more than 13,500 landmarks. You can also isolate different regions and systems, zoom in, zoom out, and rotate areas as often as necessary to fully comprehend critical information. Artistic renderings provide detailed visual clarity. The database can be used for in-classroom demonstrations and help with homework or research assignments. Note for Instructors: Check out this database and please let us know what you think by completing our database evaluation survey.

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