© 2017, Peter Groscurth, e-mail: gc@anatom.uzh.ch
 
Musculoskeletal System
Peter Groscurth, MD, Prof. em.
Institute of Anatomy, University of Zurich - Switzerland
Luis Filgueira, MD, Prof.
Institute of Anatomy, University of Fribourg - Switzerland
Histology
Peter Groscurth, MD, Prof. em.
Lutz Slomianka, PhD
Institute of Anatomy, University of Zurich - Switzerland

Clinical and Topographic Anatomy
Peter Groscurth, MD, Prof. em.
Institute of Anatomy, University of Zurich - Switzerland
Luis Filgueira, MD, Prof.
Institute of Anatomy, University of Fribourg - Switzerland

The images show the so-called normal anatomy of the human body. However there exist numerous anatomical variations that are not shown in this program due to limited space.
For more information about human anatomical variations see:
R.A. Bergman et al.

 

Programming
Lutz Slomianka, PhD
Institute of Anatomy, University of Zurich - Switzerland

Pictures
- Topographic Anatomy
Most of the black-white graphics were designed by Stefan Kubik (MD, Prof. em. +);  few graphics were made by B. Meister
Colour pictures derive from digitized photographs of lecture panels that belonged to the Institute of Anatomy at the University of Zurich. The pictures were painted by E. Brändli, between 1943 – 1952.
The following images were designed by Sabine Freiermuth in the context of her Bachelor of Graphic Design and Illustration at the Luzern University of Applied Sciences and Arts (2009) and at a sabbatical at the UWA (2010): arteries and nerves of the upper and lower limbs, surface anatomy of the thorax, abdominal regions and abdominal organs.
Pictures - Musculoskeletal System
The images were made by www.blankvisual.ch