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LIBRARY GUIDE TO MDM1 9110 - Anatomical Foundations of Clinical Practice

Required & Recommended Textbooks
  • An online version of selected textbooks is accessible to OUWB medical students on campus or off campus. To access these textbooks off campus, you must login with your OU NetID and password (the same ones for accessing your OU email account and Moodle). 
  • Print copies of all required and recommended textbooks (followed by call numbers) are on reserve in the OUWB Medical Library Study Room (KL 102). If you need any assistance with locating any of the following books, please email the OUWB Medical Library at medref@oakland.edu.
  Required Textbooks Recommended Dissection Manual Recommended Textbooks Recommended Atlases
  • Gilroy AM, et al. Atlas of Anatomy. 4th ed. Thieme; 2021.
  • Moses KP. Atlas of Clinical Gross Anatomy. 2nd ed. Elsevier. 2013.
  • Netter FH. Atlas of Human Anatomy. 8th ed. Elsevier. 2022.  
  • Rohen JW, et al. Anatomy: A Photographic Atlas. 8th ed. Wolters Kluwer Health/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins. Available at the Medical Study Room - KL 102. QM 25 .R55 2016.
Recommended USMLE Style Q & A Review Books
Additional Prep/Review Resources
eBooks Resource Guides
Additional Anatomy eBooks
Additional Embryology eBooks
Library Contact
Misa Mi, PhD, MLIS
Professor and Health Information Specialist
Office Hours: 9:00AM -5:00PM
E-mail: mi@oakland.edu
Phone: (248) 370-3774
Location: Room #130, Kresge Library
Multimedia Resources
Acland's Video Atlas of Human Anatomy - Dissection videos of the human body.

Anatomy & Physiology Revealed - An interactive cadaver dissection experience. 

Anatomy.TV - Interactive, 3-D anatomy resource. Rotate, add or remove layers to learn more about anatomical structures. Use the case studies and the test function to enhance your learning.

IMAIOS eAnatomy - Anatomical database providing more than 6,700 images of the human body. It provides cross-sectional, gross, and radiological anatomy derived from various types of medical imaging, including magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and computed tomography (CT) scans.

NetterReference - Collection of key anatomy texts including the famous "Netter Green Books," Atlas of Human Anatomy, and Netter's Concise Radiologic Anatomy.

Thieme MedOne Education - Collection of more than 70 textbooks and color atlases in anatomy, medicine, and the life sciences from the publisher Thieme. Authorized users can read the books online or download them to their personal devices.

Thieme Teaching Assistant" Anatomy - Access to images for download, manipulation, or live presentation
Free Internet Resources
BioDigital - An interactive virtual body created with 3D technology that enables users to learn about anatomy, health conditions, and treatments in a visual format

Digital Anatomist Information System - From the University of Washington, this site provides access to a collection of free interactive anatomy atlases.

Embryo Images Normal and Abnormal Mammalian Development  - Free online tutorial that uses scanning electron micrographs (mouse and human) to teach mammalian embryology.

eSkeletons - Free site from the University of Texas at Austin, this interactive database provides images of bones from human and non-human primates.

The SecondLook Histology Series - A mobile application from the University of Michigan for hand-held devices to serve as a study aid with a series of histology slides for self assessment

Practice Questions - Free medical gross anatomy practice questions from Texas Tech University Health Science Center

Radiopaedia.org - A collection of free radiology educational resources that contains radiology cases and reference articles