Comprehensive. Integrated. Your Way.

AnatomyOne brings together all the resources you need to master anatomy, presented online, organized and integrated, so you can make the most of your valuable study time.

So comprehensive, you’ll never want more than one source.

No more searching through multiple resources
Study body regions and systems, with 450 clinical correlations
Study thousands of highly-annotated images
Delve into the step-by-step dissection guide
Search 5,000 anatomy glossary terms for instant answers
Assess your knowledge and measure your progress with over 1,700 questions

So integrated, you’ll forget all about your stack of books.

Move seamlessly from body regions and systems to clinical correlations
Follow a learning plan through reading assignments, images, and quizzes
Get quick definitions and related images when you click on terms in the text
Study illustrations, cadaver photos, radiology images, and histology images all in one place

Study your way, at your own pace.

Choose the AnatomyOne Learning Plan that fits your needs
Take in-line study notes for easy organization and scanning
Track your assessment performance to identify what to study
Mark favorite regional, systemic, clinical, and dissection modules

AnatomyOne Features

Text Resources: Written by award-winning anatomists and clinicians.

90 Body Region Modules

More than 90 modules to help you learn from a regional perspective.

175 Body System Modules

Over 175 modules help you master all of the body systems.

450 Clinical Insights

Over 450 Clinical Insight modules provide the clinical relevance of the anatomy.


Several modules introduce the principles of embryology.


Histology modules provide information about tissues, epithelium, and connective tissues.

Structural Patterns

Each body region category has a module that discusses the patterns of the structures in that region.

54 Dissection Guide Labs

The Dissection Guide gives an in-depth review guide to prepare for lab, as well as a to-the-point, step-by-step guide during lab.

Image Resources: Compare different image types for each anatomic structure and topic.


Thousands of rich, colorful illustrations created by Amirsys medical illustrators.

Cadaver Photographs

Hundreds of meticulous prosection photos created by renowned anatomists Mark Nielsen and Shawn Miller.

Radiologic Images

Drawn from the world’s largest repository of radiologic images, owned by Amirsys.

Histology Images

Courtesy of Amirsys pathology imaging and Dr. David Morton.

Assessment Tools: Create your own drills and track your performance.

Over 1,700 Questions

Over 1,700 anatomy multiple choice questions and USMLE-style questions cover every body region and system.

Anatomy Multiple Choice

Multiple choice questions (MCQs) assess your comprehension, helping you prepare for lectures and exams.

USMLE-Style Questions

USMLE-Style questions cover clinical concepts and help you prepare for USMLE Step1.

Assessment with Every Module

Assessments associated with each module help you check your knowledge every step of the way.

Personalized Study Tools: Study your way, at your own pace.

Choose a Learning Plan

Choose the AnatomyOne learning plan that best fits your needs or choose your instructor’s customized plan.

Take Notes

Take in-line study notes, right next to the text, for easy organization and scanning. Notes also go into a master notebook for quick review later.

Mark Favorites

Mark favorite modules and access favorites from the AnatomyOne master notebook for quick review later.

Share Links

Share links to AnatomyOne resources with friends who have AnatomyOne.

Efficiency Features: Make the most of your valuable study time.


Click on terms in the text for the term definition, related images, and related text.

Toggle between Systemic, Regional, & Clinical Perspectives

Move seamlessly between body systems, body regions, and Clinical Insights to understand each anatomic structure in the greater context of the body.

Powerful Search

Use AnatomyOne’s advanced Google Search engine to narrow in on the types of text, images, and glossary terms you are searching for.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How Do I Contact Customer Support?

    To contact customer support, email us at 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
  • Can AnatomyOne take the place of the many textbooks that I normally have to buy?

    Yes! As your one source to mastering anatomy®, AnatomyOne can replace it all! You will not need to purchase and search through several different books, review materials or online resources. In one, complete resource, you’ll have:

    • In-Depth Regional and Systemic Modules: Leading anatomy texts provide deep coverage of the regional perspective or the systemic perspective, but not both. AnatomyOne provides deep coverage for both perspectives. This means you can toggle seamlessly from regional to systemic perspectives while you study.
    • Clinical Insights Written by Clinicians: AnatomyOne introduces over 450 relevant Clinical Insights. The Clinical Insights are written, updated, and maintained by practicing clinicians.
    • A Wealth of Images: AnatomyOne presents thousands of highly-labeled images, including illustrations, a cadaver photos, radiology images, and histology images.
    • Assessment and Tracking: With AnatomyOne, you can create customized assessments and track your progress.
  • Anatomy is a visual science. What kinds of images can I access in AnatomyOne?

    AnatomyOne weaves a variety of image types into each module so you can select the image style that best fits your learning needs. AnatomyOne includes these types of highly-labeled images:

    • Vivid illustrations
    • Cadaver photographs
    • Radiologic images
    • Histology(microscopic tissue) images

    Because AnatomyOne is always growing and changing, the number of images will increase with additional releases.

  • How does AnatomyOne help me check my knowledge?

    Each learning module has associated questions to help you check your knowledge before moving on to the next learning activity. The over 1,700 questions include both simple anatomy questions and complex USMLE-style practice questions. Only you will have access to the scores for these drills. This way you can practice over and over again while monitoring your progress and checking for knowledge gaps.

    After you have taken quizzes, you can review the questions and answers you gave for each quiz.

  • Can AnatomyOne help me prepare for USMLE Step One and Two?

    AnatomyOne provides all the anatomy-related content you need to effectively review and prepare for Step 1 of the USMLE. It will also provide an excellent review for Step 2 due to the inclusion of hundreds of Clinical Insights and corresponding clinical images.

  • How does AnatomyOne help me see the relationships between systemic and regional body structures?

    In AnatomyOne, when studying any topic, use theRelated Content dropdown menus to switch perspectives. For example, if you are studying mediastinum in the regional section, in a single click, you can study the heart in the cardiovascular system.

  • How can AnatomyOne give me insight into essential clinically relevant information?

    AnatomyOne body region and body system modules include links to Clinical Insights relevant to what you are studying. For example, when studying the microstructures of the esophagus and stomach, you can click a link within the text to learn about gastric ulcers. Each of the 450 Clinical Insights includes definitions, descriptions, and images to help you learn about conditions relevant to the anatomy you are learning.

    Because AnatomyOne is always growing and changing, the number of Clinical Insights will increase with additional releases.

  • Can I mark favorites and take notes?

    Yes. You can mark favorite modules as you study, as well as take notes right next to the associated text. Simple formatting tools make it easy to stay organized and review your notes later.

    Your AnatomyOne master notebook (located on the AnatomyOne header) stores your notes and favorites. Each note contains a link to the text it is attached to so you can use your notebook for quick review before tests.

  • What are the system requirements for AnatomyOne?

    Internet Access and a computer or device that supports one of the following browsers:

    • Internet Explorer 8, 9 or 10(desktop only)
    • Current version of Firefox
    • Current version of Chrome
    • Current version of Safari