From the tiniest veins, arteries and nerves to serial cross-sections of the spinal cord, these incredibly detailed dissections show and label most every part of the human body Meet the Basset Collection.
NOT FOR THE SQUEAMISH - actual medical human cadaver dissection videos with narration/instruction; for educational purposes. This will be so helpful for grad school cadaver lab!
Leonardo Da Vinci’s anatomical sketches of the shoulder and arm. In the early 1500s, Da Vinci participated in at least 30 cadaver dissections and made several notebooks of sketches. His plan was apparently to publish a comprehensive anatomy textbook, but he never finished it, and Andreas Vesalius’ book, published in 1543, served as the standard anatomical text of the time.