Let's Dissect

Developed by the Centre for Comparative and Clinical Anatomy, University of Bristol, Lets Dissect is based upon the key points from GCSE specifications of the major exam boards. These interactive resources are a great accompaniment or alternative to dissection and show the major structures of the heart, the kidney and the digestive tract of a pig.

The organs which are used are of a higher quality than those usually obtained for dissection in school, allowing students a clear view of all structures. Due to the level of expertise in carrying out the dissections, the videos are also a suitable continuing professional development (CPD) resource for newly qualified teachers and non specialist teachers.

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Let's Dissect - the Heart

This tutorial, from Bristol University’s Let’s Dissect, includes a video of a heart dissection with accompanying narration describing the anatomy. 

Please note, some interactive files have been removed from this resource, as they are no longer supported by Adobe Flash Player.

 

Let’s Dissect – the Kidney

This tutorial, from Bristol University’s Let’s Dissect, highlights the structure and function of the kidney and includes a video of a kidney dissection with accompanying narration describing the anatomy. 

Please note, some interactive files have been removed from this resource, as they are no longer...

Let’s Dissect – the Digestive Tract *suitable for home teaching*

This tutorial, from Bristol University’s Let’s Dissect, highlights the structure and function of the digestive tract, including the salivary glands, oesophagus, stomach, duodenum, liver, gallbladder, pancreas, small intestine, villi, large intestine and rectum. 

Please note, some interactive files have...

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