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Surgery Tutorial: This free electronic surgical learning resource provides digital images, clinical tutorials, a journal club, multiple choice questions, slide library, discussion group and over 250 original articles on recent surgery publications/issues along with a rating of the level of evidence. The site was developed is maintained by the United Kingdom surgeon, Stephen Parker. Clinical Tutorials is a library of images, questions, answers, short literature reviews and suggested further reading.
Vesalius: Vesalius is an internet resource for surgical education.
- Clinical Folios: The folios are a collection of educational narratives on surgical anatomy and procedures designed for online reference and study.
- Surgical Core Applied Learning: The SCALpels in the Clinical Folios of Vesalius provides the basis for Surgical Education.
Guide to Otolaryngology for Medical Students A Core Curriculum Syllabus: Baylor College of Medicine, Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, provides a comprehensive course which includes learning objectives, examples of symptoms, disorders, diseases, treatments, anatomical views and other related information.
Atlas of Head and Neck Pathology: Ohio States Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery includes microscopic images in addition to definitions, clinical aspects and treatments.
Otolaryngology: Same course material covering examination skills, tutorial, & other information.
Otolaryngology Resources on the Internet: Baylor College of Medicine, Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, has provided a list of internet resources.
Videos of Surgical Procedures: A large number of surgery procedures can be found at this Medline Plus website.
Surgery Videos Medical Gross Anatomy: The University of Michigan provides educational videos of both adult and child surgeries.
Surgery Videos Tufts Medical Center: Webcasts of various surgeries can be viewed at this Tufts website.
WebSurg’s World Virtual University: Has a lot of good quality videos of over 200 operative techniques and 700 video clips of surgery. Some are free, but most have a minimal charge.
Surgery Journals & Associations
Journal of Surgery Education: The official journal of the Association of Program Directors in Surgery.
Association of Program Directors in Surgery: The Association provides a forum for the exchange of information and for discussion on a wide range of educational subjects.
Michigan State University's Surgery Resources
Department of Surgery:
Resources specifically for the College of Osteopathic Medicine were compiled and annotated by Christina Dokter, Curriculum Development Specialist, College of Osteopathic Medicine (based on faculty and student survey results), drawing on material from the College of Human Medicine when appropriate.