The following galleries have been added to this site.  Photos were taken from various laboratory dissections, labels were added to some of the images.   These can be used as a resource for students and educators in anatomy.  Please link back to this site if you use these images.

Human Bones,  Disarticulated

Cat Muscles – labeled and unlabeled photos of real cat dissections

Brain, Sheep – real photos of the sheep’s brain, label for each of the lobes of the brain and internal structures (corpus callosum, pituitary gland, medulla oblongata, etc..)

Eye Dissection – a cow eye is dissected, revealing the retina, aqueous humor, lens and other stuctures

Sheep Heart Dissection  – sheep heart is dissected to show individual chambers within the heart and the attaching vessels. Vessels and chambers are labeled.

Circulatory System, Cat Vessels – this dissection focused on individual blood vessels of the cat, many of which are the same in humans.  Vessels include: aorta, carotid, femoral, iliac, vena cava, brachiocephalic, subclavian, and many others.

Circulatory System, Human Models – models of the human are shown with muscles identified.

Blood Drive – photos from a student blood drive illustrate the equipment and processes involved in donating blood.

Blood Type Analysis – class project where students took a sample of their own blood and determined their blood type using antigen serum.

Cat Dissection – a bank of images of the cat showing major internal organs with labels.

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