Access to restricted resources for Rutgers off-campus users will require authentication using NetID.
Additional Image and Video web resources can be found at: Medical Images and Videos. George F. Smith Library’s Media & Microcomputer Center also host Videos, DVDs, CDs, and MP4 files on various medical subjects.
|firstname.lastname@example.org||anatomy.tv offers detailed 3D models of human anatomy that can be rotated, sectioned and stripped to different layers. Users can study various body regions and test themselves by using the customizable quiz maker. Includes other supportive materials, such as MRIs, videos, slides, and biomechanical actions. Users are free to download any graphics to their desktops.|
|Bates' Visual Guide to Physical Examination||
The Bates video series provides “head to toe” and systems-based physical examination techniques. The videos, delivered via streaming video, cover adult, infant, child, and older adult patients. Each video may be viewed as a full volume, or chapter-by-chapter. The eighteen available videos are:
|BioDigital Human™||BioDigital Human™ is a virtual 3D body that brings to life thousands of medically accurate anatomy objects and health conditions in an interactive Web-based platform. It allows users to create prosections and to embed the links into an online course.
Free version available upon registration
|Biomedical & Life Sciences Collection
(Henry Stewart Talks)
|The Biomedical & Life Sciences Collection includes over 1,500 seminar style presentations containing the latest research and developments as well as the disciplines fundamentals from many of the world's leading experts, including Nobel Laureates. The talks can be embedded into websites, web pages and learning portals. The talks are also mobile compatible.|
Requires personal account
BoardVitals USMLE Step 1 is a test question bank used to prepare for the actual Step 1 exam. The exam is recognized by both the Federation of State Medical Boards and the National Board of Medical Examiners (NBME). The BoardVitals USMLE Step 1 product contains over 1300 questions and covers all topics included in the exam.
The actual Step 1 exam has approximately 320 multiple choice test questions. You will have approximately 8 hours from start to finish. Actual testing time is ~420 minutes, giving you approximately 1.3 minutes per question. All questions include answers and detailed explanations. Timed Mode and Review Mode are available.
Connection Note: Users must register to access this resource. They may with any email address as long as they are in Rutgers IP range
|CDC-TV||"CDC-TV is a new online video delivery resource available through CDC.gov. Web visitors can now view or download videos on a variety of health, safety and preparedness topics. Most videos are short and all include closed-captioning (some videos are also open-captioned), so they are accessible to all interested viewers. The library of videos will expand to include single-topic presentations as well as different video series focused on children, parents, and public health professionals." Available to the public|
|Dermnet||Dermnet is a website that contains over 9,000 images of skin disease. It is an educational resource for medical professionals. Pictures are sized to fit into Powerpoint presentations for use in live lectures. Publishing or posting the pictures on a website requires written permission.|
|eMedTV||"The content on the eMedTV Web site is designed to help users better understand their health and play a more active role — together with their physician — in planning their healthcare." Available to the public|
|HEAL, Health Education Assets Library||The Health Education Assets Library provides freely accessible digital teaching materials of the highest quality that meet the needs of today's health sciences educators and learners. Available to the publi|
|HealthyNJ - Images||This section from HealthyNJ links to assorted image sites on the web. There are atlases of dermatology, pathology, ophthalmology and more. Available to the public|
|Images from the History of Medicine||Images from the History of Medicine (IHM) provides access to nearly 70,000 images in the collections of the History of Medicine Division (HMD) of the U.S National Library of Medicine (NLM). The collection includes portraits, photographs, caricatures, genre scenes, posters, and graphic art illustrating the social and historical aspects of medicine dated from the 15th to 21st century.
This site contains some materials that may be protected by United States or foreign copyright laws. It is the users' responsibility to determine compliance with the law when reproducing, transmitting, or distributing images found in IHM.
|InnerBody||A free virtual human anatomy website with detailed models of all human body systems. The site offers hundreds of interactive anatomy pictures and descriptions of thousands of objects in the body that allow users to learn about the anatomy and physiology of the region or object in focus. Browse by general region of the body, or by specific anatomical structure.|
|Insidermedicine||"The Insidermedicine Project is a physician-led news and knowledge-translation initiative that allows patients, doctors and medical students to keep up on the latest medical information by watching our unique videos that are created each and every weekday by our team of medical experts. Our goal is to reach patients, medical doctors and students around the world to ensure that each is receiving a daily “evidence based” health and medical update." Available to the public|
|JAMA Multimedia||Contains interactive figures, videos and other multimedia from JAMA.|
Journal of Visualized Experiments
|Journal of Visualized Experiments (JoVE) is a peer reviewed, PubMed indexed journal devoted to the publication of biological, medical, chemical and physical research in a video format. JoVE was established as a new tool in life science publication and communication, with participation of scientists from leading research institutions. JoVE takes advantage of video technology to capture and transmit the multiple facets and intricacies of life science research.|
|MD Video Education Center||The MD Video Education Center from the Brigham and Women's Hospital (teaching affiliate) of Harvard Medical School provides topical updates on procedural and treatment areas. Available to the public|
|Medical Images and Videos LibGuides||This guide will provide students, faculty, and researchers with information on medical images and videos to assist in learning, teaching, and research. Use the tabs above to go to a section of your interest.|
|Medical Videos||"MedicalVideos.us is an online library dedicated for videos and movies related to Medicine and Surgery to provide one easy place to find whatever a doctor,medical student,nurse or any individuals involved in medicine to find whatever he/she looks for.With a simple broadband connection you can enjoy the high quality medical videos either to learn new techniques or to be updated with the latest advances in medicine." Available to the public|
The MedPix, a free web-enabled cross-platform medical image database, categorizes and classifies the image and patient data for each of several subsets of image database applications (e.g. radiology, pathology, ophthalmology, etc.). The content material is both high-quality and high-yield and includes both common and rare conditions. Most cases have a proven diagnosis (pathology, clinical follow-up). The teaching file cases are peer-reviewed by an Editorial Panel.
|MEDSpace Digital Repository||A collection of roughly 4,000 items from the Duke University Medical Center Library's Historical Images in Medicine (HIM) database. Included are digitized versions of Georg Bartisch's Ophthalmodouleia, Das ist Augendienst (1583), The Four Seasons (17th Century), Dr. Howard T. Stewart's album of eminent physicians and scientists (mid-19th Century), and a collection of over 500 medically-related bookplates. Available to the public|
|New England Journal of Medicine Multimedia||These teaching videos from the New England Journal of Medicine are intended to help students, trainees, and younger physicians to learn procedural techniques from experienced colleagues. Each video is from five to eight minutes long and is accompanied online by a printable summary to supplement the video. Available in streaming and download versions.|
National Library of Medicine’s Open Access Biomedical Images Search Engine
|Open-I provided by the National Library of Medicine, is one of the key resources in searching and retrieving abstracts and images (including charts, graphs, clinical images, etc.) from the open source literature, and biomedical image collections. Open-I provides access to over 3.7 million images from about 1.2 million PubMed Central® articles; 7,470 chest x-rays with 3,955 radiology reports; 67,517 images from NLM History of Medicine collection; and 2,064 orthopedic illustrations.|
|PubMed Central Images||When searching the PubMed Central database, Image Search results are included in the right side tab of the article results. Available to the public|
|3D Multimedia Approach to the Diagnosis of Low Back Pain||This product is aimed at medical students, residents and attending physicians, to enhance the education of those evaluating individuals with low back pain. In this Case participants will be able to visualize 3D interactive virtual reality and multimedia images of the subjects, experience the physical examination as it occurs using interactive digital video clips, review the diagnostic testing procedure, develop differential diagnosis, review the anatomy (including 3D interactive multimedia full color images taken inside the body), understand and review the diagnosis, and self-test their learned knowledge using a traditional, and/or our novel computerized method.|
|VAST: Academic Video Online||VAST: Academic Video Online is a large multidisciplinary database of searchable streaming video.|
|VisualDX||VisualDX is a differential diagnosis decision support tool, designed to be used at the point-of-care. It contains peer-reviewed information. Once a diagnosis has been established, the following information may be retrieved from VisualDX:|
|Wellcome Images||Wellcome Images is constantly updated with new clinical, and biomedical and historical images from the Wellcome Library, Europe's leading resource for the study of history of medicine which recently re-launched as part of the new and forthcoming Wellcome Collection. All content has been made available under a Creative Commons Licence, which allows users to copy, distribute and display the image, provided the source is fully attributed and it is used for non-commercial purposes. Available to the public|