This digital atlas provides modules by anatomy or by imaging modality. This resource allows you to view images layer by layer, provides label to the different parts of anatomy viewed in the images and has many other special features. This is a fantastic resource!
Note:Off-campus access to eAnatomy is via Username and Password. Check with your instructor. Also, if you have problems logging in to this database, it can help to clear the cookies on your computer.
Need Help? For even more information, read the eAnatomy User Guide
Watch eAnatomy tutorial
You'll be using databases to find most periodical articles that you will need
while studying in this program. Here are the databases that you'll want to use:
MedLine through EBSCOhost
"MEDLINE provides authoritative medical information on medicine, nursing, dentistry, veterinary medicine, the health care system, pre-clinical sciences, and much more. Created by the National Library of Medicine, MEDLINE uses MeSH (Medical Subject Headings) indexing with tree, tree hierarchy, subheadings and explosion capabilities to search citations from over 4,800 current biomedical journals."
CINAHL through EBSCOhost
CINAHL is the "most comprehensive source of full text for nursing & allied health journals, providing full text for more than 750 journals."
ScienceDirect provides access to some books and periodicals published by Elsevier. Look for the icon next to items that have full text availability to BC students, faculty and staff.
BC subscribes to a number of periodicals that contain information related to the fields of Radiation and Imaging. Some titles are available in print, others also offer online access. Click to view the list of periodicals.
Bellevue College has purchased many books to support the curriculum of the
radiation and imaging program. As our collection is always changing, the best
way to locate book resources is by searching the library
catalog. You can do an "All Fields" search for any topic. This
is a keyword search and is the most basic and generic way to search. For more
precise searching, search by subject headings. Subject headings use a controlled
vocabulary, so that all books on the same topic are described the same way.
Here are some subject headings that are relevant to your studies in the BAS program:
|Diagnostic Imaging||Medical Care||Nuclear Medicine|
|Health Care Reform||Medical Economics||Radiography, Medical|
|Health Facilities||Medical Errors||Radioisotope Scanning|
|Health Insurance||Medical Ethics||Radiotherapy|
|Health Risk Assessment||Medical Laws & Legislation||Tomography|
|Health Services Administration||Medical Physics||Tomography, emission|
|Managed Care Plans||Medical Records||Transcultural Medical Care|
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