Anatomage Table

Four photos of the Anatomage Table at THL
Photo credit: Leisa Thompson Photography

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Available at the Taubman Health Sciences Library

The Anatomage Table is the most technologically advanced anatomy visualization system for anatomy education and is being adopted by many of the world’s leading medical schools and institutions. It has been featured in the TEDTalks Conference, PBS, Fuji TV, and numerous other journals for its innovative approach to anatomy presentation. The operating table form factor combined with Anatomage’s renowned radiology software and clinical content separates the Anatomage Table from any other imaging system on the market.

The Anatomage Table was funded through the Transforming Learning for a Third Century Initiative, a collaboration between the U-M Library and Schools of Kinesiology, Dentistry, and Nursing.

Coming soon: Table 7!

The latest update to the Anatomage software, Table 7, will be installed and made available at the Taubman Health Sciences Library after we have returned to the building. New features include: heart motion simulations synchronized with ECG, a nerve connection simulation tool, physiological pathways, catheterization simulation, and color coded prosections with annotations in addition to four photorealistic cadavers, a case library, and dissection tools. For more information, see Anatomage's Table 7 introduction video or visit their website.

Features

  • An all-in-one, touch-interactive display system
  • True human anatomy in a life-size scale
  • Classroom and lab integration
  • Clean, safe, reusable technology
  • Radiological imaging workstation
  • Available for use in the THL public space

More Information

Licensing

Please credit any exported images as being from the Table or rendered with Anatomage software. If you would like to publish something for mass production, contact Anatomage.

Location within THL

Anatomage Table location within THL

 

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Last modified: 04/22/2020