The body of a donor was frozen, and thin slices were cut off at a distance of 1 mm from the previous one. A photograph was taken of each section. This way, 1878 cross-sectional images were obtained which covered the three-dimensional structure of the human anatomy from head to toe in high resolution and full color. The color images (also known as cryosections) were complemented by corresponding CT and MRI images taken previously.
Torso and Inner Organs (2000)
Reanimating the Visible Human (video, 1997)
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