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Virtual Anatomy Table: Overview

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Fall 2021 Final Exams

Lab Hours* are limited during final exams. Email our team if you need assistance.

Wed., Dec. 1st: 2:10pm - 6:40pm

Thurs., Dec. 2nd: 10am - 1:40pm

Mon., Dec. 6th: 2:10pm - 6:40pm

Tues., Dec. 7th: 10:10am - 1:40pm

*Hours subject to change  

Need online anatomy resources? Please see our Visible Body guide.

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Need Help?

Have a question about the anatomy table? 

Email the Health Sciences Librarians & Table Support Team at
ut_anatomytable@live.utk.edu

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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.

What is the Virtual Anatomy Table?

Our virtual 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

Table Basics Tutorial

Acknowledgement

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.