View Microanatomy Slides
Microanatomy slides. We recommend Netscape or Internet
Explorer 4.0 or better.
- If your screen is set for less than 800x600 resolution,
it is recommended that you view the smaller version of
the slides. If you are using 800x600 resolution or
greater, you'll probably want to use the bigger slides.
You may either click the slide image or on the
larger/smaller image link to change the image size. The
smaller pictures are the default choice.
- You MUST click close after viewing each
and every slide description box! If you don't,
the slide description box will end up at the back of your
desktop, out of view, and you will not be able to view
any further slide descriptions until you retrieve and
close the slide description window.
- Be sure to check out the "Random Slide" link in
the upper left hand corner. This will show you a slide
from either the carousel or the subject you have chosen.
You might find it useful as a self-test, though remember
that this website was not setup with that in mind.
Practice Microanatomy practicals are available on the UCCOM Software page.
- This website does not replace the lab portion of
this course. In lab, you will find many helpful people
willing to explain the slides in more detail than is
provided here. The purpose of this website is to make the
slides more available for study. Instead of fighting for
a limited number of carousels and slide viewers in the
lab or in the library, you can view them either at school
or at home instead.
- The programmers have included brief slide descriptions.
Report typos to either Dave or Eric in as much
detail as possible to enable us to track them down.
Let's get a bit personal:
- This site was created in a week or two by Dave Stultz
Rickin (then UC IIs) from an idea by Birsen Kaya during
the Summer of 1997.
- Please email either Eric, Dave, or Dr. John
Michaels with your thoughts on this website.
Hopefully, with enough positive and/or constructive
comments, slides from other courses will be webified for
future incoming UC med classes.
would like to thank Dr.
John Michaels (Microanatomy
course director), Dr. Michael
Lieberman (our boss), Josette Riep (the
benevolent webmaster), and Birsen Kaya
(superstar coordinator) for all their help.
- We would like to give extra special thanks to Dr. Bill Fant in
of Pharmacy for letting us hog his slide scanner for
vast quantities of time.
- Dave and Eric are available for freelance web
programming. (Though our fees are equal to the tuition
we're currently paying.)
The HTML on this website is ©
1997 by UCCOM Software/David Stultz and Eric Rickin. Nothing on
this website may be resold for a profit.