Interactive, animated, and textual introduction to cancer biology; created by the Dolan DNA Learning Center at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory.
Atlas of Diseases of the Kidney
Brought on-line by ISN Informatics Commission and NKF cyberNephrology, this on-line version consists of five volumes of texts and images, searchable in numerous ways.
Help for Moms with Autoimmune Conditions.
Designed by a UCLA medical student to help students appreciate audio characteristics of heart murmurs and breath sounds.
Dermatology Online Atlas (DOIA)
By the Dermatology Internet Service team at the University Erlangen, Department of Dermatology. This database contains more than 3000 high quality images of more than 600 dermatological diagnoses and differential diagnoses. It is organized and searchable by diseases/diagnosis. Both German and English versions are available.
WebPath: The Internet Pathology Laboratory for Medical Education
Created by Edward C. Klatt, MD, Department of Pathology at University of Utah, and intended to assist medical students to study pathology, this site contains 1,900 images along with text, tutorials, laboratory exercises, and examination items for self-assessment that demonstrate gross and microscopic pathologic findings associated with human disease conditions.
Links to medical books that provide free full text access.
Free Medical Journals.com
Links to medical journals that provide free full text access.
Created by the University of Iowa, the Virtual Hospital digital library makes the Internet a useful medical reference and health promotion tool for health care providers and patients. The Virtual Hospital digital library contains hundreds of books and brochures for health care providers and patients.
The Merck Manual
The Merck Manual of Diagnosis and Therapy is the world’s most widely used general medical text. A searchable version of the 17th, Centennial Edition is provided free online by Merck & Co.
Health Professional Internet Resources
OHSU’s recommended Web sites for medical professionals.
Lectures, notes, images, a Case of the Week, and more. Produced by Professor William Herring of the Albert Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia.