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Explore multiple patients and case types.
Search by case, body system or anatomy.
Hear engaging audio.
Immerse in our unique video capture experience.
Quick-guide to content via Body Map.
Organize video into folders.
View digitized histology.
Participate in LiveStream Autopsy.
Identify anatomy with Educator Video.
Draw on video.
Add and answer questions on video.
Explore forensics issues such as trauma & decomposition.
Learn about medical treatments, surgeries and illnesses.
Cases divided into short, focused videos.
Anatomically intelligent editing for
maximum understanding of the case.
Intimate, close-up case views.
Search within or across cases for detail and depth.
Draw on video.
Click on notes to jump around video.
Create a list of anatomic highlights.
Collaborate or create student assignments.
Link to additional content.
Select anatomic region.
Quickly find relevant video.
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Select by body system or case findings.
Try it: Start video and click either edge to select anatomy.
2. Temporal bone
3. Occipital bone
4. Uncommon anatomy: Metopic (persistent frontal) suture.
(Below this is the sagittal suture).
5. Coronal suture
6. Temporalis m.
7. Lambdoid suture
8. Cerebellar tentorium (tentorium cerebelli)
9. Transverse sinus
10. Sphenoid bone
11. Lesser wing of sphenoid bone
12. Frontal bone, anterior cranial fossa
13. Petrous bone
14. Optic nerve
15. Internal carotid a.
16. Sella turcica
17. Frontal bone, anterior cranial fossa
18. Middle cranial fossa
19. Temporal bone
20. Straight sinus
21 Posterior cranial fossa, occipital bone
22. Falx cerebrum
23. Falx cerebrum
24. Superior sagittal sinus
Bookmark videos and take notes on site.
Chat function for collaboration.
Live stream access for participation in real-time autopsy casework.
Artist Sketch Pad.
Surgeons, pathologists, anatomists, prosectors:
Create a private, searchable institutional database.
Or add to the Autopsy.Online Library.
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