Body Map

Body Map

 
Click Anatomy
to view normal anatomy with pins.

Click Pathology
to view pathology, surgeries and other changes in the body.

  

Body Map

 
Click Anatomy
to view normal anatomy with pins.

Click Pathology
to view pathology, surgeries and other changes in the body.

5-second demo


 

All images click through to video.

 
 
Click Anatomy
to view normal anatomy with pins.

Click Pathology
to view pathology, surgeries and other changes in the body.

5-second demo

  

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


 
 
 

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Anatomy

 

Respiratory, Gastrointestinal

Back to Anatomy

Instructions: Highlight region with mouse. Then click to select video.

Respiratory, Gastrointestinal
Heart Small intestine<!--<br/><center>→<em>Click to select video</em>←</center>--> Lungs<!--<br/><center>→<em>Click to select video</em>←</center>--> Large intestine<!--<br/><center>→<em>Click to select video</em>←</center>--> Stomach<!--<br/><center>→<em>Click to select video</em>←</center>--> Liver<!--<br/><center>→<em>Click to select video</em>←</center>--> Diaphragm<!--<br/><center>→<em>Click to select video</em>←</center>--> Larynx<!--<br/><center>→<em>Click to select video</em>←</center>--> Duodenum<!--<br/><center>→<em>Click to select video</em>←</center>--> Esophagus<!--<br/><center>→<em>Click to select video</em>←</center>--> Gallbladder<!--<br/><center>→<em>Click to select video</em>←</center>--> Appendix<!--<br/><center>→<em>Click to select video</em>←</center>--> Pancreas<!--<br/><center>→<em>Click to select video</em>←</center>-->

Heart



Inside chest, pericardial sac

Heart - external, valves, chambers

Coronary arteries

Small intestine



Removal from abdomen

Lungs



Lungs within chest (anterior view)

Lungs within chest (posterior view)

Lungs (posterior view)

Lungs (posterior and hilar view)

Large intestine



Large intestine - within abdomen

Stomach

Liver



Liver attached to organ block

Round ligament

Diaphragm



Thoracic view of diaphragm

Larynx



Tracheal inlet, hyoid bone

Larynx, hyoid bone

Larynx, hyoid bone, vocal cords, trachea

Epiglottis, carotid artery, vagus nerve

Larynx, trachea, bilateral mainstem bronchi

Duodenum

Esophagus



Esophagus passing through esophageal hiatus

Esophagus (with trachea)

Esophagus (with trachea), esophageal lining

Gastroesophageal junction

Gallbladder

Appendix

Pancreas


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


Musculoskeletal, Integument

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Instructions: Highlight region with mouse. Then click to select video.

Musculoskeletal
Distal forearm<!--<br/><center>→<em>Click to select video</em>←</center>--> Back<!--<br/><center>→<em>Click to select video</em>←</center>--> Anterior chest wall<!--<br/><center>→<em>Click to select video</em>←</center>--> Chest plate<!--<br/><center>→<em>Click to select video</em>←</center>--> Abdominal wall<!--<br/><center>→<em>Click to select video</em>←</center>--> Calvarium<!--<br/><center>→<em>Click to select video</em>←</center>--> Knee<!--<br/><center>→<em>Click to select video</em>←</center>--> Neck<!--<br/><center>→<em>Click to select video</em>←</center>--> Spinal canal<!--<br/><center>→<em>Click to select video</em>←</center>-->

Distal forearm



Distal forearm

Back

Coming soon.

Anterior chest wall



Pectoralis major muscle

Pectoralis minor muscle

Chest plate

Abdominal wall



Rectus abdominus muscle

Rectus abdominus muscle

Calvarium

Knee



Posterior knee/Popliteal fossa region

Patellar and quadriceps tendons

Neck



Sternocleidomastoid muscle and strap muscles

Spinal canal


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


Nervous

Back to Anatomy

Instructions: Highlight region with mouse. Then click to select video.

Nervous system
In development - coming soon. Spinal cord<!--<br/><center>→<em>Click to select video</em>←</center>--> Cerebrum<!--<br/><center>→<em>Click to select video</em>←</center>--> Cerebellum<!--<br/><center>→<em>Click to select video</em>←</center>--> Midbrain & Brainstem<!--<br/><center>→<em>Click to select video</em>←</center>-->

In development - coming soon.

Coming soon.

Spinal cord

Cerebrum

Cerebellum

Midbrain & Brainstem



Midbrain & Brainstem


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


Endocrine, Genitourinary, Hematopoietic

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Instructions: Highlight region with mouse. Then click to select video.

Endocrine, genitourinary, hematopoietic
Thyroid<!--<br/><center>→<em>Click to select video</em>←</center>--> Reproductive Organs<!--<br/><center>→<em>Click to select video</em>←</center>--> Spleen<!--<br/><center>→<em>Click to select video</em>←</center>--> Adrenal<!--<br/><center>→<em>Click to select video</em>←</center>--> Kidney and Ureter<!--<br/><center>→<em>Click to select video</em>←</center>--> Bladder<!--<br/><center>→<em>Click to select video</em>←</center>-->

Thyroid

Reproductive Organs



Testes, spermatic cord, inguinal canal

Uterus, cervix, fallopian tubes, ovaries

Spleen

Adrenal

Kidney and Ureter



Kidney & Ureter
(First exposure within Gerota's fascia)

Kidneys,
external view and cross section

Bladder


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


Circulatory

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Instructions: Highlight region with mouse. Then click to select video.

Circulatory
In development - coming soon. Heart<!--<br/><center>→<em>Click to select video</em>←</center>--> Aorta<!--<br/><center>→<em>Click to select video</em>←</center>-->

In development - coming soon.

In development - coming soon.

Heart



Inside chest, pericardial sac

Heart - external, valves, chambers

Coronary arteries

Aorta



Abdominal aorta


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Pathology

 

External

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Instructions: Highlight region with mouse. Then click to select video.

External, Subcutaneous tissue
Lower extremity Abdomen Upper extremity Chest Neck Face and Head Pelvis Livor Mortis & Decomposition<!--<br/><center>→<em>Click to select video</em>←</center>-->

Lower extremity



Diabetic foot ulcer

Foot contusion from fall

Intraosseous needle

Vascular insufficiency (skin changes)

Unilateral leg swelling

Abdomen



Gastrostomy tube and jejunostomy tube

Ecchymosis (bruise) - massive internal bleeding

Upper extremity



Right shoulder contusion from fall

Dialysis grafts and fistula

Muscle flap donor site

Chest



VATS incision with chest tube site

Neck



Central line insertion sites

Tracheostomy site s/p multiple repairs

Face and Head



Right facial and conjunctival contusion

Lip laceration

Pelvis



Cardiac catheterization insertion site

Debrided skin infection (hip)

Livor Mortis & Decomposition



Decomposition - marbling

Decomposition - postmortem gas

Decomposition - Skin slip


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


Musculoskeletal, Soft tissue, Nervous

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Instructions: Highlight region with mouse. Then click to select video.

Musculoskeletal, Soft tissue, Nervous
CPR trauma, Mesothelioma<!--<br/><center>→<em>Click to select video</em>←</center>--> Meningioma; Blunt force trauma & base of skull hemorrhage; Stroke; <br/><br/> Subarachnoid & subdural hemorrhage, cerebral edema, midline shift; <br/><br/> Coup-contrecoup injury, Duret hemorrhages<!--<br/><center>→<em>Click to select video</em>←</center>--> Compartment syndrome, blunt force trauma<!--<br/><center>→<em>Click to select video</em>←</center>--> DVT, Patellar tendon tear, Subcutaneous tissue edema fluid<!--<br/><center>→<em>Click to select video</em>←</center>--> Defensive injury<!--<br/><center>→<em>Click to select video</em>←</center>--> Catheter - trauma Trauma (fall)<!--<br/><center>→<em>Click to select video</em>←</center>-->

CPR trauma, Mesothelioma



Fracture (CPR)

Fracture and contusion (CPR)

Tumor penetration (mesothelioma)fluid

Meningioma; Blunt force trauma & base of skull hemorrhage; Stroke;

Subarachnoid & subdural hemorrhage, cerebral edema, midline shift;

Coup-contrecoup injury, Duret hemorrhages



Blunt force trauma & base of skull hemorrhage

Subarachnoid & subdural hemorrhage,
cerebral edema, midline shift

Coup-contrecoup injury

Duret hemorrhages

Compartment syndrome, blunt force trauma



Compartment syndrome

Blunt force trauma

DVT, Patellar tendon tear, Subcutaneous tissue edema fluid



Deep Venous Thrombosis

Patellar tendon tear

Subcutaneous tissue edema fluid

Defensive injury



Defensive injury

Catheter - trauma



Right femoral cardiac catheter
insertion trauma with massive hemorrhage

Trauma (fall)



Intrabdominal hemorrhage (fall)


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


General

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Instructions: Highlight region with mouse. Then click to select video.

General – Selected Findings
Mesothelioma, lung cancer, pulmonary edema,<br/> pleural fluid, aspiration, apical bleb (emphysema),<!--<br/><center>→<em>Click to select video</em>←</center>--> Gastric hemorrhage, gastric bypass surgery, gastric ulcer<!--<br/><center>→<em>Click to select video</em>←</center>--> Heart (see key below)* Diverticulosis, Crohn's disease & peritonitis<!--<br/><center>→<em>Click to select video</em>←</center>--> Abominal fluid (ascites), Peritonitis, <br/> Bowel rupture, free air in the abdomen, peritonitis, <br/> Bowel infarct, Intestinal autotransplant,<br/> Meckel's diverticulum, adhesions<!--<br/><center>→<em>Click to select video</em>←</center>--> Massive hepatic necrosis & TIPS procedure,<br/> cirrhosis, fatty liver<!--<br/><center>→<em>Click to select video</em>←</center>--> Traumatic intubation Splenomegaly, splenic v. thrombosis, splenic hilar hemorrhage<!--<br/><center>→<em>Click to select video</em>←</center>--> Genitorurinary:<br/><br/>HeRO graft, dialysis graft, <br/><br/>Hydronephrosis & hydroureter, Benign prostatic hypertrophy<!--<br/><center>→<em>Click to select video</em>←</center>-->

Mesothelioma, lung cancer, pulmonary edema,
pleural fluid, aspiration, apical bleb (emphysema),



Pulmonary edema

Pulmonary edema

Pulmonary apical bleb (emphysema)

Gastric hemorrhage, gastric bypass surgery, gastric ulcer



Gastric hemorrhage

Gastric bypass surgery

Gastric ulcer & gastric hemorrhage

Heart (see key below)*



Pulmonary embolism (central)

Pulmonary embolism (peripheral)

Pulmonary embolism (chronic)

Deep venous thrombosis

Postmortem clot

Coronary artery disease (plaque)

Acute myocardial infarction

Coronary artery bypass graft (patent)

CABG surgery with graft closure at ostium

Tamponade (hemorrhagic)

Hypertensive heart disease
(left ventricular hypertrophy)

Hypertensive heart disease
(concentric left ventricular hypertrophy)

Uremic pericarditis

Diverticulosis, Crohn's disease & peritonitis



Diverticulosis

Crohn's disease & peritonitis

Abominal fluid (ascites), Peritonitis,
Bowel rupture, free air in the abdomen, peritonitis,
Bowel infarct, Intestinal autotransplant,
Meckel's diverticulum, adhesions



Bowel rupture, free air in the abdomen, peritonitis

Intestinal autotransplant

Meckel's diverticum

Massive hepatic necrosis & TIPS procedure,
cirrhosis, fatty liver



Massive hepatic necrosis and TIPS procedure

Traumatic intubation



Traumatic intubation & rigid airway

Splenomegaly, splenic v. thrombosis, splenic hilar hemorrhage



Splenomegaly, splenic vein thrombosis, splenic hilar hemorrhage

Genitorurinary:

HeRO graft, dialysis graft,

Hydronephrosis & hydroureter, Benign prostatic hypertrophy



Dialysis graft

Hydronephrosis & hydroureter

Benign prostatic hypertrophy


Heart Key:
Pulmonary embolism (central)
Pulmonary embolism (peripheral)
Pulmonary embolism (chronic)
Deep venous thrombosis
Postmortem clot

Coronary artery disease (plaque)
Acute myocardial infarction
CABG (Coronary artery bypass graft) surgery
CABG (Coronary artery bypass graft) surgery with graft closure at ostium,

Aortic tear
Tamponade (hemorrhagic)
Hypertensive heart disease (left ventricular hypertrophy)
Hypertensive heart disease (concentric left ventricular hypertrophy)

Uremic Pericarditis