Serial reconstruction of total human anatomy

caudle at irp.nidr.nih.gov caudle at irp.nidr.nih.gov
Fri Dec 16 13:03:04 EST 1994


On 15 Dec 1994 09:41:34 GMT, 
David Small  <dhs at ozemail.com.au> wrote:

>I read recently that a person (nicknamed "Adam") has recently donated his body to science and that it has been serially sectioned
>and then each 1 mm section has been captured on computer and reconstructed to create a complete model of the human
>body, brain and all.  I am told that it has been placed on the internet.  I was wondering whether
>anyone knows where "adam" can be located.  It would be a fantastic teaching aid for neuroanatomy.
>
>please reply to this newsgroup or to david_small at muwayf.unimelb.edu.au


The Visible Man, as he is called, belongs to the National Library of 
Medicine (USA).  It happens to be 15 gigabytes (Not something to casually 
down load :-< ).  You can get information about this body from Michael 
Ackerman at ackerman at hpcc.gov

Good luck
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