Dr. Matz in the anatomy lab
Osteopathic medicine students at Des Moines University take anatomy in a state-of-the-art anatomy lab.
- Computer-aided instruction with 32-inch flat screen monitors at 43 dissection stations.
- Each station offers dissection instructions linked to images from Netter’s Atlas of Human Anatomy online.
- Video files of laboratory orientations and reviews are available to students, as are CT/MRI images, plain film radiographs and three-dimensional images converted from CT/MRI scans.
- Digital technology used in the lab provides greater insights and prepares you for the ways anatomy is viewed in medical practice.