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Anatomy Table: Overview

Anatomy Lab Announcement

Contact Information

Have a question about the anatomy table? 

You can contact the Health Sciences Librarians by phone at 865-974-4468 or by email at


Please credit any exported images as being from Anatomage or rendered with Anatomage software. If you would like to publish something for mass production, contact Anatomage.


The University of Tennessee, Knoxville Libraries' Anatomage Table was purchased through a grant from the Gladys Brooks Foundation, a supporter of nonprofit libraries, educational institutions, hospitals, and clinics.

Reservation Information

Reserving the Table

The Anatomy Table is located in room 211 on the 2nd Floor of the Hodges Library. Reservations are by appointment through the LibCal system or the reservation widget above. Please note dates and time availability are subject to change.

  • All reservations must be made at least 24 hours in advance.
  • Reservations are made on a first-come, first-serve basis.
  • Up to 7 users at a time can use the table during an appointment. Groups will need to sign up for individual slots within the same time period.
  • Please present your valid UT ID when you arrive for your appointment. 
  • Each session is 30-minutes. Users may request up to two 30 minute sessions per day (1 hour per day, per group or individual). 
    • For other reservations over 1 hour or additional questions, contact the Health Sciences Team via email at
  • Each person using the table is responsible for any damage or misuse.
    • Damage to the table should be documented with a Health Sciences Team member prior to the session.

Before making your first reservation, it is recommended to choose from the following methods as an introduction to the table:

  • Watch the Anatomage Table Basics Tutorial.
  • If this is your first time using the table, our Health Sciences Team Member can provide a brief training overview at the beginning of your session.

Present your valid UT ID at check-in.

What is the Anatomage Table?

Our Anatomy Table is by Anatomage. The Anatomage Table is one of the most technologically advanced anatomy visualization systems for anatomy education. It allows you to view, manipulate, and dissect a 3D cadaver in real-time. The intuitive touch screen environment is easy to use and is available as a learning tool for those interested in studying anatomy.

The Anatomage Table Features: 

  • Real human anatomy in a life-size scale
  • All-in-one, touch-interactive display system
  • Clean, safe, reusable technology
  • Classroom and lab integration
  • Accurate gross anatomy, segmentation models, and the ability to upload countless new scans
  • Quiz mode to visually test your knowledge
  • Animal case models


Ethical Considerations

The content of the Anatomage Table is produced using real human cadavers. We expect all users to treat the content (gross anatomy models) with the same deference and respect you would use for human cadavers. With this in mind, we ask the following:

  • Do not take pictures of the Table or any associated images with personal devices including, but not limited to: cameras, cell phones, tablets, laptops, etc.

  • Any images exported from the Table are to be used for educational purposes only - do not post these to social media.

  • We ask that users refrain from nicknaming the models. Please refer to the gross anatomy models by their provided designation (i.e. Caucasian Male).

Additional Resources

Anatomage Table Official Site

  • Learn more about Anatomage, including products, case studies, and a gallery.

Anatomy Videos

  • Video tours of anatomical regions and organs provided by Anatomage

Anatomage Help Guides and Documentation 

  • Access the comprehensive user manual and additional documentation

Additional Anatomy Applications

Access Medicine Human Anatomy Modules

  • Interactive, 3D human anatomy models available through Access Medicine

Visible Body

  • A comprehensive 3D atlas of the human body. Includes 3D models of anatomical structures and systems, physiology animations, pathology visualizations, illustrations, cadaver images paired with CTI or MRI scans, definitions, pronunciations, learning presentations that use this visual content, and more.