Bachelor Of Science (Osteopathy): Anatomy and Physiology


By artist unknown [Public domain], Female anatomy 1897 via Wikimedia Commons


Anatomy databases

an@tomedia™ is a unique way to learn about the anatomy of the human body. It is a comprehensive, self-paced learning program that explores anatomy from four different perspectives. These perspectives teach you how the body is constructed (from regions and systems) and how you can deconstruct the body (with dissection and imaging techniques).


Anatomy.TV includes interactive 3D anatomy models, MRI sections, slides, movies, animations, clinical text and patient education sheets. Videos and images can be embedded in PowerPoint Slides. Save or download images for printing. Log in to Anatomy.TV to view the online tutorials and access the User guide . See the links to the videos below to guide you in using Anatomy.TV

Image credit: Primal Pictures (2015) retrieved from:


How to use Primal Pictures' Anatomy.TV ( a selection of short videos)

How to access Anatomy.TV at Victoria University

Perceptual and Adaptive Learning Modules (PALMs), a segment of database,  is a self-guided, unique and engaging tool to learn anatomy.  Each body region consists of a number of images so the learning and testing can be tailored to a particular area.

To access PALMs from the VU Library homepage so to the Database A to Z  link. Open and select the Perceptual and Adaptive Learning Modules link from the left hand menu. Signing in for the first time is required. Otherwise, select Log in to continue.

More information on how to use PALMs can be found here


The Thieme Teaching Assistant is a state-of-the-art presentation tool featuring all 2,000+ stunning illustrations and clinical images from Gilroy et al's Atlas of Anatomy. All users can view images, however to download images for educational and teaching purposes only, VU staff and students are required to create a personal account. 

Anatomy books & eBooks

Online videos