Explore Anatomy with the Anatomage Table at EHSL

Brandon Patterson

Brandon Patterson
As the Technology engagement librarian, I connect you to digital tools and emerging technologies. I create meaningful experiences using prototyping tools, virtual reality and online learning platforms.

Ever wanted to explore a human body with a touch of your finger?  Now you can with the Anatomage Table located near the front desk of the Eccles Health Sciences Library.

Librarian Brandon Patterson showing the Anatomage Table to others

What is the Anatomage Table?

The Anatomage Table has an easy-to-use touch-screen interface to explore a virtual library of human and animal cadavers. It can also serve as a clinical diagnostic tool through visualization of any Medical CT, CBCT, or MRI scan. It can be used as a stand-alone product to help you better understand the human body or complement a school assignment or clinical expertise.


How do I use the Anatomage Table?

Anyone is welcome to come and explore the Anatomage Table. It’s as easy as exploring a smart phone.

For more detailed instructions, watch the video below or check out the help guides and video tutorials on our technology guide. You can also schedule an appointment with a librarian by emailing ehsl-reference@lists.utah.edu.


What resources can complement the Anatomage Table?

The library is full of anatomy books, tools and references for you to use. Here are some specific examples that might be of interest:

  • Anatomy TV is a tool filled with detailed 3D interactive models of human anatomy with fully animated anatomy structures.
  • Gray’s anatomy is available in the “reference” section of Eccles Health Sciences Library along with other anatomy books that can be used in the library.
  • Complete Anatomy app can be used on your phone or tablet and is used by many in the health sciences to learn about the different systems in the body.  There are also guided courses as part of it. Purchase is required.


Check out the technology guide or contact us at ehsl-techies@lists.utah.edu.