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Anatomy and Physiology  

Library and web resources for anatomy and physiology
Last Updated: Aug 25, 2017 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Library Books

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Gray's anatomy for students - R.L. Drake
Call Number: Ref QM23.2 .D73 2005
ISBN: 0443066124

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The human body on file - Diagram Group
Call Number: Ref QM25 .H85 1983
ISBN: 0871967065

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The human body book - S. Paker
Call Number: QM26 .P33 2007
ISBN: 9780756628659

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Fundamentals of anatomy and physiology - F. Martini / J. Nath
Call Number: QP34.5 .M27 2009
ISBN: 0321505891

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Structure and function of the body - G.A. Thibodeau & K.T. Patton
Call Number: QP34.5 .T5 2008
ISBN: 9780323049665

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Body structures & functions - A.S. Scott
Call Number: QP34.5 F66 2009
ISBN: 9781428304192


Online Databases

The following databases are excellent resources for diagrams and images of the human body.  Both sites are part of the library resources hosted by GALILEO. Off-campus users will be prompted to enter the current GALILEO password to access these resources. To obtain the current GALILEO password you have two options:
1. Login to the Student Portal, select the “Resources” tab, locate the “Library” entry, and the password will be there, or
2. Send an email to, with the subject: “GALILEO Password Request” and include your Student ID# and name in the body of the message.

Films On Demand Quick Link

View lectures, documentaries and educational films.  Browse under the Subject Area “Health and Medicine” or search for a specific term.  For more information on using this website, visit our Films On Demand Tutorial on Libguides.

Consumer Health Complete Quick Link

Search for articles and images using the “Find” bar at the top of the main page. To search specifically for diagrams, click the picture for “Images and Diagrams” on the main page.

Web Resources

DVD/Video Collection

A & P Dvds

The library has a collection of videos and DVDs on anatomy and physiology.  Videos and DVDs are for viewing inside the library. Just stop by the Circulation Desk!  For a complete list of our titles please select a campus:


Found a helpful resource?  Send it to us and we will add it!


A&P Worksheets

Need Blank Diagrams?

If you are looking for blank anatomy diagrams - check out some of these helpful resources.

Grab The human body on file (Ref QM25 .H85 1983) from the Reference Section of the library.  This book is full of diagrams that can easily be copied.
Check out Enchanted Learning for simple diagrams with blanks for labeling.
Browse the collection at Medline Plus for worksheets, games and more!

    Additional Resource Guides

    Additional information on library resources and search strategies can be found on the guides listed below.  Click on the link below for help finding articles, websites, and more!

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    Films On Demand Tutorial
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    How-To Guide for our newest database: Films On Demand
    198 views this year
    Library Orientation
    by Allison Repzynski - Last Updated Aug 25, 2017
    Overview of (1) what resources are available and (2) how to find them in the CGTC Library.
    181 views this year

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