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Medical References

  • Gray's AnatomyLink will take you outside the VA website. VA is not responsible for the content of the linked site.
    The Bartleby.com edition of Gray's Anatomy of the Human Body features 1,247 engravings from the 1918 publication, as well as a subject index with 13,000 entries.
  • MedPixLink will take you outside the VA website. VA is not responsible for the content of the linked site.
    An online database of medical images organized by disease category, disease location/organ system, and patient profiles, intended for resident and practicing physicians, medical students, graduate nursing students, and other post-graduate trainees.
  • MedscapeLink will take you outside the VA website. VA is not responsible for the content of the linked site.
    Physician-oriented online library of journal articles and conference reports on over two dozen clinical topics, including gastroenterology, infectious diseases, HIV/AIDS, oncology, and more.
  • The Merck Manual of Diagnosis and TherapyLink will take you outside the VA website. VA is not responsible for the content of the linked site.
    General medical textbook--17th edition.
  • Merck Manual--Home EditionLink will take you outside the VA website. VA is not responsible for the content of the linked site.
    The information from The Merck Manual, transformed into commonly-used English.
  • UI Health LibraryLink will take you outside the VA website. VA is not responsible for the content of the linked site.
    This digital health sciences library from the University of Iowa is designed to help meet the information needs of health care providers and patients. Contains hundreds of books and brochures.
  • Visible Human ProjectLink will take you outside the VA website. VA is not responsible for the content of the linked site.
    Complete, anatomically detailed, three-dimensional representations of the normal male and female human bodies using transverse CT, MR, and cryosection images. Project of the National Library of Medicine.