AnatomyOne brings together all the resources you need to teach anatomy in an individualized online format designed to help today’s students excel.
All the resources you need. Your way.
Download, print, or include links to these resources:
Illustrations, cadaver photographs, radiologic images, and histology images
Regional, systemic, and clinical text
Dissection guide labs
Over 1,700 assessments, including USMLE-style questions
Guide your students through a wealth of essential information:
Seamless transitions between regional, systemic, and clinical perspectives
Regional and systemic category atlases and thousands of highly-annotated images
A searchable anatomy glossary with nearly 5,000 terms
Customize your course outlines to help students focus on the most important concepts
Integrate your own lecture notes and instructions
Choose from thousands of images to create your own sharable atlases
Download, print, or link to any AnatomyOne resource
Export to PDF or PowerPoint
Faculty Resources: Create the ultimate bridge between class time and study time.
Get a head start on your custom anatomy curriculum with these four
-Integrated Clinical Gross Anatomy
-Gross Anatomy by Regions
-Gross Anatomy by Systems
-Gross Anatomy for PT and OT
Personalize course outlines to guide students through the learning resources and images you want them to study. Course Outlines can include links to all module types, including dissection guide modules; links to your custom-made atlases; and links to outside websites.
Choose from thousands of images to create customized, saved atlases. Share your custom atlases with students to help them prepare for lectures, tests, or labs.
Export any custom atlas to lecture slides. Labels and captions are easily customizable within the PowerPoint environment.
Share links to AnatomyOne resources, such as anatomy modules, Clinical Insight topics, dissection labs, images, and custom atlases.
Text Resources: Multiple perspectives, written by award-winning anatomists and clinicians.
More than 90 modules to help students learn from a regional perspective.
Over 175 systemic modules help students learn about the body systems.
Over 450 Clinical Insight modules help students understand the clinical relevance of the anatomy they are learning.
AnatomyOne includes several modules to introduce students to the principles of embryology.
Students can learn about tissues, epithelium, and connective tissues in the Histology section.
Each body region category has a module that discusses the patterns of the structures in that region.
Students can use the Dissection Guide as an in-depth review guide to prepare for lab, or as a to-the-point, step-by-step guide during lab.
Image Resources: Help students recognize the same structures in multiple image types.
Thousands of rich, colorful illustrations created by Amirsys medical illustrators.
Hundreds of meticulous prosection photos created by renowned anatomists Mark Nielsen and Shawn Miller.
Drawn from the world’s largest repository of radiologic images, owned by Amirsys.
Courtesy of Amirsys pathology imaging and Dr. David Morton.
Assessment Tools: Students can check their own knowledge outside of class. You can project the assessments to check student understanding during class.
Over 1,700 anatomy multiple choice questions and USMLE-style questions covering every body region and system.
Multiple choice questions (MCQs) assess each student’s comprehension and help students prepare for lectures and exams.
USMLE-Style questions cover clinical concepts and help students prepare for USMLE Step1.
Assessments are associated with each module.
Frequently Asked Questions
- How Do I Contact Customer Support?
To contact customer support, email us at email@example.com. Or, click the Help option in the upper right corner of AnatomyOne. From there, you can:
- Suggest an idea on our idea forum
- Report a problem
- Report an error in the content (such as a typo)
- Access AnatomyOne online help
- Are there institutional discounts and site licensing options?
Yes. Click the Buy Now button on this website to request information about institutional pricing and purchase options.
- Are there tools to help me guide my students through AnatomyOne?
Yes. AnatomyOne helps you put together a course outline for your class, with links directly into regional, systemic, and clinical modules, as well as customized atlases, dissection lab modules, and specific images.
To further customize your course outline, you can add your own notes and instructions, as well as links to resources hosted on other websites. You determine when each concept is introduced to your class.
- What kinds of teaching resources are available in AnatomyOne?
You can download, print, or include links in your presentations and school LMS to any of the following AnatomyOne resources:
- Cadaver photographs
- Radiologic images
- Histology images
- Regional, systemic, and clinical text
- Dissection labs
- Anatomy is a visual science. What kinds of images can I access in AnatomyOne?
AnatomyOne weaves a variety of image types into each concept so students can select the image style that best aligns to their learning style and can learn to recognize the same anatomical structure when it is presented in different types of images. AnatomyOne includes the following image types:
- Vivid Illustrations
- Cadaver Photographs
- Radiologic images
- How does AnatomyOne compare to the textbook I am currently requiring?
AnatomyOne was written and developed to be an integrated learning experience. It includes all of the content you need to efficiently teach anatomy. Specifically, AnatomyOne includes all of the core text, images, and topics that the leading anatomy texts provide, plus:
- In-Depth Regional and Systemic Anatomy Perspectives: Leading anatomy texts provide deep coverage of the regional perspective or the systemic perspective, but not both. AnatomyOne provides deep coverage for both the regional and systemic perspectives. Students can toggle seamlessly from regional to systemic perspectives.
- Clinical Insights Written by Clinicians: AnatomyOne introduces over 450 relevant Clinical Insights. The Clinical Insights are written, updated, and maintained by practicing clinicians.
- Introductions to Embryology and Histology: AnatomyOne includes introductions to both embryology and histology.
- Annotated Images: Because anatomy is a visual science, AnatomyOne includes several different image types: illustrations, cadaver photos, radiology images, and histology images.
- Customizable Atlases: You can choose to view AnatomyOne’s wealth of images in atlas style. You can also select from AnatomyOne images to create a customized atlas that you can share with your students. When you download the images to PowerPoint, you can easily edit the labels and captions within the PowerPoint environment.
- What kinds of assessments are available to my students in AnatomyOne?
Students can test their knowledge in the following ways:
- USMLE-Style MCQs: Students can take USMLE-style practice questions in every module.
- Anatomy MCQs: Students can also take simple anatomy MCQs in every module.
Only the student has access to the scores for these drills. This encourages students to practice over and over again to monitor their learning progress and identify knowledge gaps.
- Does AnatomyOne give insights into clinically relevant information?
Yes. AnatomyOne includes definitions, images, and descriptions for over 450 Clinical Insights, all written by experienced clinicians. Also, each anatomy module directly links to Clinical Insights so that students can grasp clinical concepts related to the anatomy they are learning.
The number of Clinical Insights will grow with additional releases.
- What are the system requirements for AnatomyOne?
Internet Access and a computer or mobile device that supports one of the following browsers:
- Internet Explorer 8, 9 and 10(desktop only)
- Current version of Firefox
- Current version of Chrome
- Current version of Safari
- AnatomyOne has a lot of resources. What’s the best way for me to get started?
We suggest that you register for one of the upcoming AnatomyOne Getting Started webinars, just for faculty. During this webinar, you’ll learn:
- How to create your own AnatomyOne customizable course outlines. Course outlines allow you to give your students a focused anatomy learning path.
- How to create your own customized, downloadable atlases. Share your atlases with students in your custom course outlines and in PowerPoint lecture slides.
If you want to get started right away, we encourage you to watch a recording of the webinar.