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Anatomage Table

This guide serves as a resource for using the Anatomage Table in the UTHSC Health Sciences Library.

Using the Table

New Location for the Table

  • The Anatomage Table is located in room 104 of The Center for Healthcare Improvement and Patient Simulation (CHIPS).
  • Anyone wanting to use the Table should fill out a Simulation Event Request on their website for Individual Practice. The link can be found in the middle of CHIPS' main homepage.


Before making your first reservation to use the Anatomage Table, it is recommended to choose one of the following methods as an introduction:

Anatomage Table Official Site

  • Learn more about Anatomage, including products, case studies, and a gallery.

Anatomage Table Companion App

Anatomage Table 6.0 Quick Start Guide

  • Basic tools and functions for using the table (PDF below).

What is the Anatomage Table?

The Anatomage Table is an anatomy visualization system which allows you to dissect a 3D cadaver in real time. This comprehensive 3D visualization tool features an intuitive hands-on interface which allows for quick analysis and examination, medical education, patient diagnosis, and dynamic presentations.

The Anatomage Table features:

  • Real human anatomy in a life-size scale

  • An all-in-one, touch-interface display system

  • Clean, safe, reusable technology

  • Accurate gross anatomy, segmentation models, and the ability to input countless new scans

  • Ability to visualize and manipulate custom patient scans and identify potential surgical complications 

  • Quiz mode to visually test your knowledge 

Watch this brief overview of the Anatomage Table:


Please credit any exported images as being from Anatomage or rendered with Anatomage software. If you would like to publish something for mass production, contact Anatomage.

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