Human Anatomy Atlas
The human body in 3D
Often, drawings are not enough to get a complete picture of organs, skeletons, muscles, nerves, and vessels – and of their complex interplay. Therefore, the University Library purchased a license for the Human Anatomy Atlas, a database of macroscopic 3D anatomies and selected micro anatomy representations of sensory organs and tissue types.
For each part of the body, there are definitions, Latin names, and further descriptions of possible diseases and injuries. The quiz function might be especially interesting for students: it offers more than 1000 questions, for you to test your knowledge and to prepare for the next exam.
TUM members can access the Human Anatomy Atlas via eAccess. Please log in with your TUM-ID. It is also possible to access the database using mobile devices under iOS or Android: Instructions for download and activation
Further access instructions and detailed information on the Human Anatomy Atlas