Graduate Programs

Patient Care Priority

Take on each case as though this was your patient. Shore up your understanding of anatomy and pathology. Consider diagnoses, surgeries, treatments and outcomes. The site provides multiple touch-stones: the clinicians who cared for the patient, the pathologist guiding the case, and the anatomic evidence of the body. What would you have done each step of the way? What’s your evidence? What can you know about the case and what’s uncertain?

Real Dissection

Immerse in imperfect patient anatomy.

  • View anatomy through connective tissue, fluids and surgical changes.
  • Explore human variation.
  • Use multiple cases to conceptualize “normal” and common anatomic pathology.

Clinical Thinking

Follow the case through diseases and treatments.

  • Start with the history and physical exam.
  • Use the anatomy for evidence-based learning.
  • Evaluate and prioritize treatments, diseases, healing and outcomes.

Medical Uncertainty

Strengthen critical management skills.

  • Identify structures through varied perspectives and dissections.
  • Make differential diagnoses based on partial clinical and anatomic information.
  • Treat the case like a sim-lab and track the course you might have taken instead.

Real Dissection

Immerse in imperfect patient anatomy.


View anatomy through connective tissue, fluids and surgical changes.
Explore human variation.
Use multiple cases to conceptualize “normal” and common anatomic pathology.


Clinical Thinking

Follow the case through diseases and treatments.


Start with the history and physical exam.
Use the anatomy for evidence-based learning.
Evaluate and prioritize treatments, diseases, healing and outcomes.


Medical Uncertainty

Strengthen critical management skills.


Identify structures through varied perspectives and dissections.
Make differential diagnoses based on partial clinical and anatomic information.
Treat the case like a sim-lab and track the course you might have taken instead.

Real Dissection

Immerse in imperfect patient anatomy.

  • View anatomy through connective tissue, fluids and surgical changes.
  • Explore human variation.
  • Use multiple cases to conceptualize “normal” and common anatomic pathology.

Clinical Thinking

Follow the case through diseases and treatments.

  • Start with the history and physical exam.
  • Use the anatomy for evidence-based learning.
  • Evaluate and prioritize treatments, diseases, healing and outcomes.

Medical Uncertainty

Strengthen critical management skills.

  • Identify structures through varied perspectives and dissections.
  • Make differential diagnoses based on partial clinical and anatomic information.
  • Treat the case like a sim-lab and track the course you might have taken instead.

 
 

Autopsy.Online offers depth at each point of training and development.

 

Early anatomy training.

Not every student takes anatomy early in their schooling. You may need the basics. Autopsy.Online functions like anatomy lab to explore and learn first hand what’s inside the body. Cover the major organ relationships. Your students will have not one but tens of cases to establish the concept of “normal” and the 3-d relationships that define the body. The site is, de facto, clinically relevant because these are actual cases — with histories, clinical courses, disease processes and outcomes. Lay a foundation that is real and applicable. The text and visual search functions allow quick-access to anatomic detail. Students can work in groups like traditional anatomy lab — view video simultaneously; mark up video with a digital pen; share drawings, pointers, notes and comments instantly for real-time collaboration.

The clinical transition.

The more anatomy your students know, the more the cases will teach. As confidence grows in knowledge of the body, students can start to bridge anatomic findings, surgical changes and outcomes and begin to think about the cases as whole patients. Come back to the site throughout training with new eyes. You’ll be ready to think about the cases differently each time.

Advanced graduates.

Students who have been through training and begun clinical experiences can gain new insights into the body, treatments and anatomy. In an era of radiography, autopsy.online keeps practitioners grounded in the tissues and organ systems behind the studies. Students can begin to distinguish anatomic variation, treatment changes, and pathology and master the body as patient.

 

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