Autopsy.Online

 

  Autopsy.Online

 

 
 
 

Comprehensive medical education for students, professionals and institutions.

 



Or download the Autopsy App.
Focused case access.


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Meet your patients. Explore clinical outcomes.


 

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Evaluate real case histories.
Then see for yourself inside the patient.

 

Explore real histories, medical records, radiology, and the body. Bring your clinical and diagnostic skills to the case. Real video footage provides the evidence-based learning you need to self-assess and grow as a clinician or student. We let the patient teach. Thank you to our patients and families for sharing the gift of education.
 

 


Who is Autopsy.Online for?


Advanced Clinicians – Clinical Residency Programs – Pathology Residency Programs – Medical Schools – Nursing Schools – Paramedic Training Programs – Pathology Assisting Programs – College Anatomy – Pre‑clinical courses – Forensics Programs – High School Dual Credit Courses – And others….

I am…

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Looking for a specific anatomic structure

 
Looking for basic anatomy by body region
Visit the Body Map.
Select Anatomy option.

 
Looking to improve my clinical decision‑making.
Start with the History.
Assess all clinical and diagnostic issues. Then, view the case.

 
Looking for a basic autopsy with some explanation for a high school course.
Case 1: Chest and abdomen.
Case 16: Brain removal.

 
A paramedic looking for trauma cases.
Go to Clinical Panels.
Select Trauma option.

 
A clinical educator teaching physical examination skills.
Go to the Case History.
Select “External Examination” below most cases.

 
Looking for examples of cardiac pathology.
Go to the Body Map.
Choose “Selected Case Findings.”

 
An anatomist looking for anatomic variation.

 
A medical ethicist studying clinical decision-making and medical error.
Go to Clinical Panels.
Select “Medical Ethics.”

 
Looking for radiographic correlation.
Case 8: Abdominopelvic CT; TIPS fluoroscopy

 
A nursing educator teaching the importance of team communication in healthcare.
Case 8: Doctor-Team
Case 27: Patient-Nurse
Case 28: Patient-Doctor
Case 34: Nurse-Doctor

 
A physician looking for critical care cases.
Go to Clinical Panels.
Select Critical Care.

 
An anatomy professor looking for normal histology for an introductory course.
Go to Histology.
View digitized slides.

 
A forensics instructor looking for examples of decomposition.
Go to Clinical Panels.
Select Forensics.

 
A anatomy student trained on digital resources wanting to advance to real patient anatomy.
Go to Anatomy Pins.
Select by topic or term.

 
A pathology resident wanting to improve general clinical and diagnostic skills.
Go to the Case Selector.
Select cases with Discussion Questions.

 

…And more.
Let us assist with course planning.

 


 
 

Autopsy.Online expands your teaching resources.

Medical, nursing and other clinical training programs.

Anatomy Lab, Virtual Body, Sim Lab, Standardized Patients

Apply clinical training and skills to real patients.

 


Review the history.
 
Formulate questions about care plans, diagnoses and outcomes.
 
Complete an external assessment.
 

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Then see for yourself inside the body.


Cases divided into short, focused, searchable videos.
 
 Anatomically intelligent editing.
 

Autopsy.Online expands your teaching resources.

Medical, nursing and other clinical training programs.

Anatomy Lab
Virtual Body
Sim Lab
Standardized Patients


 

Apply clinical training and skills to real patients.

 

Review the history.
 
Formulate questions about care plans, diagnoses and outcomes.
 
Complete an external assessment.

 

 
 


 

Then see for yourself inside the body.

Cases divided into short, focused, searchable videos.
 
 Anatomically intelligent editing.

 


Solutions


 
 

Autopsy.Online expands your teaching resources.

Medical, nursing and other clinical training programs.

Anatomy Lab
Virtual Body
Sim Lab
Standardized Patients

Apply clinical training and skills to real patients.
 


 

Review the history.
 
Formulate questions about care plans, diagnoses and outcomes.
 
Complete an external assessment
 

 
 
 

Then see for yourself inside the body.


 
 

Cases divided into short, focused, searchable videos.
 
Anatomically intelligent editing.
 


Solutions


 
 

 
 
 
 
 

Students earlier in training

Focus on anatomy, physiology, pathology and clinical correlation.

Advanced students and clinicians

Focus on diagnostic assessment and clinical judgment.

High School          College          Graduate Programs          Healthcare Professionals
 

High School          College          Graduate Programs          Healthcare Professionals

 

 
 

Our cases are real

 

Growing database.
 
Active body‑donation program.
 
Cases are real, not digitized.
 

 

 
 

Our cases are real

Learn from an active
body‑donation program.
 
Cases are real, not digitized.

 
 
 
 
 
 

 

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Our Process and Commitment

All cases come from Autopsy Center of Chicago, the parent medical practice of Autopsy.Online. We know each of our patients and their families personally. Their gift — and our attention to medicolegal and ethical standards — make Autopsy.Online unique and ground-breaking in medical education.

✓ Grief-sensitive

It’s like organ donation. Families may choose to authorize video-donation when it supports their bereavement goals.

✓ Informed Consent

Video-recording authorization is by in-person, gentle, informed consent at the time of the autopsy.

✓ Provider-recorded

Initial recordings occur in the context of HIPAA. Only the designated provider and authorized medical team may access the case content.

✓ De-identified

We follow clinical research standards. All video and case data go through a visual, audio and text-based de-identification process, while preserving educational and clinical integrity.

Our Process and Commitment

All cases come from Autopsy Center of Chicago, the parent medical practice of Autopsy.Online. We know each of our patients and their families personally. Their gift — and our attention to medicolegal and ethical standards — make Autopsy.Online unique and ground-breaking in medical education.

✓ Grief-sensitive

It’s like organ donation. Families may choose to authorize video-donation when it supports their bereavement goals.

✓ Informed Consent

Video-recording authorization is by in-person, gentle, informed consent at the time of the autopsy.

✓ Provider-recorded

Initial recordings occur in the context of HIPAA. Only the designated provider and authorized medical team may access the case content.

✓ De-identified

We follow clinical research standards. All video and case data go through a visual, audio and text-based de-identification process, while preserving educational and clinical integrity.

 

Anatomy Pins

Scan image


Case 1 Part 2

17. Septum pellucidum
18. Rostrum of corpus callosum
19. Caudate
20. Internal capsule
21. Putamen
22. Caudate
23. Putamen
23. Claustrum
 
 
 

Identify anatomy.
 
Compare across cases.
 
Distill concepts.

 

Try the Self-Assessment feature.

 

Anatomy Pins

 
Scan image


Case 1 Part 2

17. Septum pellucidum
18. Rostrum of corpus callosum
19. Caudate
20. Internal capsule
21. Putamen
22. Caudate
23. Putamen

Solutions

Try the Self-Assessment feature.

 

 

Anatomy Pins


 

 

 

 

Go Beyond Digital

Because Your Patients Are Real.

 

Other platforms give you perfect.

We give you real.

Decide what you need to prepare for the future.

 
 

 

Go Beyond Digital

Because Your Patients Are Real.

 

Other platforms give you perfect.

We give you real.

Decide what you need to prepare for the future.

 
 

 

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Go Beyond Digital

Because Your Patients Are Real.

 

Other platforms give you perfect.

We give you real.

Decide what you need to prepare for the future.

Our Professionals Engage


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Many more features….


 
 
 

Digitized histology.
Intuitive format, visual search functions,
case cross-comparisons, human variation panels,
note-taking, bookmarks, curriculum, organizational tools,
and more….


Solutions

  
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Many more features….


 
 
Digitized histology.
Intuitive format, visual search functions, case cross-comparisons, human variation panels, note-taking, bookmarks, curriculum, organizational tools,
and more….

Solutions

  
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Digitized histology, intuitive format, visual search functions, case cross-comparisons, human variation panels, note-taking, bookmarks, curriculum, guided questions, and more….

 
 

 
 

 

 

What is Autopsy.Online?

Autopsy.Online is an active, consented, body donor program mastered into a teaching video-database. Explore surgical, critical care, and many other clinical issues.

Meet your patient through the clinical history. Follow the case while tracking your own assessments. Use the anatomy for evidence-based learning.

Rethink, solidify and grow your clinical skills. Explore higher-level considerations of medical uncertainty, communication, care systems, ethics, and diagnostic errors.

Students earlier in training can focus on anatomy, physiology, pathology and clinical correlation.

 

What is Autopsy.Online?

Autopsy.Online is an active, consented, body donor program mastered into a teaching video-database. Explore surgical, critical care, and many other clinical issues.

Meet your patient through the clinical history. Follow the case while tracking your own assessments. Use the anatomy for evidence-based learning.

Rethink, solidify and grow your clinical skills. Explore higher-level considerations of medical uncertainty, communication, care systems, ethics, and diagnostic errors.

Students earlier in training can focus on anatomy, physiology, pathology and clinical correlation.