Anatomy Atlases: Human Anatomy in Cross Section: Awards
Atlas of Human Anatomy in Cross Section
Awards, Reviews, and Comments
Ronald A. Bergman, Ph.D.
Adel K. Afifi, M.D.
Jean J. Jew, M.D.
Paul C. Reimann, B.S. Peer Review Status: Internally Peer Reviewed
12/00 - Iowa Alumni Magazine
"Leonardo da Vinci did it first, but UI emeritus professor Ronald Bergman
has done it better. For medical students, surgeons, and radiologists, the
atlas provides an invaluable resource. To the non-scientific observer, the
beautifully colored and detailed images look almost like abstract art. Work
of art, medical aid, or a combination of the two--any way you slice it,
the University's human atlas is a marvelous accomplishment."
July 27, 2003 - Atlas of Human Anatomy in Cross Section - "I'm studying physical therapy, and the cross sections in the Virtual Hospital are excellent tools for me in understanding human anatomy." - P.P., Australia
May 9, 2003 - Atlas of Human Anatomy in Cross Section
- "You guys have a great site. Over the past few years I have used it and recommended it often as an information source. This will be the first time I use it extensively in the classroom." - D.E., Ph.D.
September 22, 2002: (Human Anatomy in Cross Section) - "The comprehensive labels and notation are exeptional resources for health care providers. Textbooks just flounder compared to this!" - O.M., England
August 19, 2002: (Human Anatomy in Cross Section) - "I have been a firefighter in Canada for 13 years, and I am scheduled to start a bachelor's degree in science in the fall, so that I may improve my skills as a paramedic. Virtual Hospital has been a valuble asset in my interests in gross anatomy, and I'm sure it will be a great help in my studies." - V.D., Canada
August 11, 2002: (Human Anatomy in Cross Section) - "The steps are easy to follow and give easy access to the part of the body you're looking for." - C., Canada
July 18, 2001: (Human Anatomy in Cross Section)
- "Oh, how I would have LOVED these cross-sectional pictures when I was taking
anatomy and physiology in college. Absolutely amazing photos!!!! I can see
how learning the human body would have been much easier--textbook photos can
NOT compare to this. This site was very interesting. Getting an inside view
of the body was fascinating!!" - J.G.
December 20, 2000: (Human
Anatomy in Cross Section) - "The Human Anatomy atlas...very fascinating!
I read about it in the University of Iowa Alumni Magazine and I had to check
it out. Very good work!" - T.L.
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