This human anatomy ClipArt gallery offers 147 illustrations of general dissected or cross-sectional views of the human body that do not focus on a particular system.

"The Abdominal Viscera <em>in situ</em>, as seen when the abdomin is laid open and the great omentum removed. The ribs on the right side are indicated by Roman numerals; it will be observed that the eighth costal cartilage articulated with the sternum on both sides." &mdash;Encyclopedia Britannica, 1910

Abdomen

"The Abdominal Viscera in situ, as seen when the abdomin is laid open and the great omentum…

"The principal muscles are seen on the left, and superficial veins on the right." — Blaisedell, 1904

Principal Organs of the Thorax and Abdomen

"The principal muscles are seen on the left, and superficial veins on the right." — Blaisedell, 1904

A transverse section of the abdomen in the lumbar region showing abdominal muscles.

Transverse Section of the Abdomen

A transverse section of the abdomen in the lumbar region showing abdominal muscles.

Showing the average position of the abdominal viscera with their surface markings. Labels: A, sterno-ensiform point; A', sterno-ensiform line; B, mid-epigastric point; B', mid-epigastric or transpyloric line; C, umbilical point; C', umbilical line; D, mid-hypogastric point; D', mid-hypogastric line; E, outer border of the right and left rectus abdominis; F, Monro's point- on the right spino-umbilical line at the outer border of the rectus abdomninis.

Abdominal Region

Showing the average position of the abdominal viscera with their surface markings. Labels: A, sterno-ensiform…

"Showing the arch of the foot, and how a high-heeled shoe props it up on end." — Ritchie, 1918

High Heel and Arch of Foot

"Showing the arch of the foot, and how a high-heeled shoe props it up on end." — Ritchie, 1918

The sole of a human foot.

Plantar Arch

The sole of a human foot.

Section passes through the right upper arm one inch above the epicondyles.

Cross Section Through Upper Arm above Epicondyles

Section passes through the right upper arm one inch above the epicondyles.

Section through right upper arm immediately below axilla.

Cross Section Through Arm below Axilla

Section through right upper arm immediately below axilla.

Section through upper third of arm, immediately below the insertion of the deltoid.

Cross Section Through Arm below Insertion of Deltoid

Section through upper third of arm, immediately below the insertion of the deltoid.

Section through the lower third of the upper arm.

Cross Section Through Lower Third of the Upper Arm

Section through the lower third of the upper arm.

Section through the middle thirds of the upper arm.

Cross Section Through Middle Thirds of the Upper Arm

Section through the middle thirds of the upper arm.

Section through the middle of the right upper arm.

Cross Section Through Middle Upper Arm

Section through the middle of the right upper arm.

Horizontal section at middle of right arm. Labels: B.V., basilic vein; CEPH. V., cephalic vein; I.C.N. internal cutaneous nerve; I.P.A., inferior profunda artery; M.C.N., musculocutaneous nerve; M.N., median nerve; M.S.N., musculospiral nerve; S.P.A., superior profunda artery; U.N., ulnar nerve.

Horizontal Section of Arm

Horizontal section at middle of right arm. Labels: B.V., basilic vein; CEPH. V., cephalic vein; I.C.N.…

Transverse section through the middle of the right forearm, in the position of semipronation.

Transverse Section Through Arm

Transverse section through the middle of the right forearm, in the position of semipronation.

Transverse section through the middle of the arm.

Transverse Section Through the Arm

Transverse section through the middle of the arm.

Showing relations of the muscles and bones of the arms from the inner side.

Bones and Muscles of the Arms

Showing relations of the muscles and bones of the arms from the inner side.

Showing relations of the muscles and bones of the arms from the outer side

Bones and Muscles of the Arms

Showing relations of the muscles and bones of the arms from the outer side

"The spinal column below the twelfth dorsal vertebra at <em>A</em> has been removed, as well as the various layers of the great muscles of the back. The two kidneys with the renal arteries and veins are plainly shown, in their normal positions. The relative positions of adjacent vessels and organs with their names printed upon them are also shown. <em>B</em>, portion of the diaphragm on the left side; <em>C</em>, receptaculum chyli; <em>D</em>, a part of the small intestine on the left side." &mdash; Blaisedell, 1904

Vertical section of the back

"The spinal column below the twelfth dorsal vertebra at A has been removed, as well as the…

"Organs in the body cavity viewed from the front." &mdash;Davison, 1910

Organs of the body cavity

"Organs in the body cavity viewed from the front." —Davison, 1910

Back view of the body and outline of skeleton and covering.

Back View of the Body

Back view of the body and outline of skeleton and covering.

Front view of the body and outline of skeleton and covering.

Front View of the Body

Front view of the body and outline of skeleton and covering.

Diagrammatic longitudinal section of the body. Labels: a, the neural tube, with its upper enlargement in the skull cavity at a'; N, the spinal cord; N', the brain; ee, vertebrae forming the solid partition between the dorsal and ventral cavities; b, the pleural, and c, the abdominal division of the ventral cavity, separated from one another by the diaphragm, d; i, the nasal, and o, the mouth chamber, opening behind into the pharynx, from which one tube leads to the lungs, l, and another to the stomach, f; h, the heart; k, a kidney; s, the sympathetic nervous chain. From the stomach, f, the intestinal tube leads through the abdominal cavity to the posterior opening of the alimentary canal.

Longitudinal Section of Body

Diagrammatic longitudinal section of the body. Labels: a, the neural tube, with its upper enlargement…

Buttock and back of thigh. Labels: 1, gluteus maximus; 2, gluteus medius; 3, gluteal artery; 4, gluteus minimus; 5, nerve of obturator internus; 6, pyriformis; 7, pudic nerve; 8, small sciatic nerve; 9, great sacro-sciatic ligament; 10, obturator internus; 11, inferior gluteal nerve; 12, tendon obturator internus; 13, inferior pudenal nerve; 14, quadtratus femoris; 15, gracilis; 16, great sciatic nerve; 17, adductor magnus; 18, insertion gluteus maximus; 19, origin of semitendinosus and semimembranosus; 20; short head of biceps; 21, semimembranosus; 22, tendon of bicep; 23, tendon of semiteninosus; 24, short head of biceps; 21, semimembranosus; 22, tendon of biceps; 23, tendon of semitendinosus; 24, external popliteal nerve; 25, internal popliteal nerve; 26, communicans fibrelaris; 27, popliteal artery; 29, gastrocnemius; 31, external saphenous nerve.

Buttock and Thigh

Buttock and back of thigh. Labels: 1, gluteus maximus; 2, gluteus medius; 3, gluteal artery; 4, gluteus…

Transverse section through the carpus, showing the relative position of the tendons, vessels, and nerves.

Transverse Section Through the Carpus

Transverse section through the carpus, showing the relative position of the tendons, vessels, and nerves.

A diagram showing the separate abdominal and chest cavities.

Chest and Abdominal Cavity

A diagram showing the separate abdominal and chest cavities.

A Diagrammatic section across the body in the chest region. Labels: x, the dorsal tube, which contains the spinal cord; the black mass surrounding it is a vertebra; a, the gullet (esophagus), a part of the alimentary canal; h, the heart; sy, sympathetic nervous system; ll, lungs; the dotted lines around them are the pleurae; rr, ribs; st, the breastbone.

Section Across the Body in the Chest Region

A Diagrammatic section across the body in the chest region. Labels: x, the dorsal tube, which contains…

"<em>A</em>, a muscle which aids in pushing the food down the esophagus; <em>B</em>, esophagus; <em>C</em>, section of the right bronchus; <em>D</em>, two right pulmonary veins; <em>E</em>, great azygos vein crossing the esophagus to empty into the superior vena cava, <em>F</em>, thoracic duct; <em>H</em>, thoracic aorta; <em>K</em>, lower portion of the esophagus passing through the diaphragm; <em>L</em>, diaphragm as it appears in sectional view, enveloping the heart; <em>M</em>, inferior vena cava, passing through the diaphragm and emptying into the right auricle; <em>N</em>, right auricle; <em>O</em>, section of the right branch of the pulminary artery; <em>P</em>, aorta; <em>R</em>, superior vena cava; <em>S</em>, trachea." &mdash; Blaisedell, 1904

Lateral section of the chest

"A, a muscle which aids in pushing the food down the esophagus; B, esophagus; C,…

Transverse section of the chest.

Transverse Section of the Chest

Transverse section of the chest.

1: Right auricle of the heart. 2 and 3: Large veins that open into the right auricle. 4: Veins of the lower extremities. 5: Veins of the arms. 6: Veins of the neck.

Circulatory

1: Right auricle of the heart. 2 and 3: Large veins that open into the right auricle. 4: Veins of the…

A dissection of the head, face, and neck.

Dissection

A dissection of the head, face, and neck.

Frontal section of the elbow, viewed from in front.

Frontal Section Through the Elbow

Frontal section of the elbow, viewed from in front.

Sagittal section of the right elbow, with the arm in pronation.

Sagittal Section of the Elbow

Sagittal section of the right elbow, with the arm in pronation.

Transverse section through the bend of the elbow.

Section Through Elbow

Transverse section through the bend of the elbow.

An Image of an esophagus showing how a mass of food, or bolus, passes through the esophagus into the stomach. The tissue in front is relaxed, while the tissue behind the bolus is in contraction. When food is not going through it, the esophagus looks like the wave of contraction in the picture.

Human Esophagus

An Image of an esophagus showing how a mass of food, or bolus, passes through the esophagus into the…

Showing the development of the face. F.N.P., Part formed from the frontonasal process; L, from its lateral and M., from its mesial parts; MAX., formed by the maxillary process; MAN., formed by the mandibular process.

Development of the Face

Showing the development of the face. F.N.P., Part formed from the frontonasal process; L, from its lateral…

Anterior portion of mesial sagittal section of child's head, probably of about three year.

Mesial Sagittal Section of Child's Face

Anterior portion of mesial sagittal section of child's head, probably of about three year.

Section five inches above the lower end of the fibula.

Cross Section Five Inches Above the Lower End of the Fibula

Section five inches above the lower end of the fibula.

Section passing through the middle third of the first phalanx of the middle finer. The tendon of the flexor sublimis digitorum is divided into two small bands, which spread laterally and engage themselves between the osseous plane and the Flexor profundus digitorum.

Section Through the Finger

Section passing through the middle third of the first phalanx of the middle finer. The tendon of the…

Frontal section of the right ankle and foot. Viewed from in front.

Frontal Section of Foot and Ankle

Frontal section of the right ankle and foot. Viewed from in front.

Section through the middle of the right foot.

Cross Section Through Foot

Section through the middle of the right foot.

Dissection of a flat foot from the inner side.

Dissection of a Flat Foot

Dissection of a flat foot from the inner side.

Oblique anteroposterior section of foot, to show the synovial cavities of the tarsus. Labels: 1, tibia; 2, fibula; 3, astragalus; 4, os calcis; 5, external lateral ligament; 6, internal lateral ligament; 7, interosseous ligament between astragalus and os calcis; 8, head of astragalus; 9, scaphoid; 10, 11, and 12, the three cuneiform bones; 13, cuboid.

Oblique Anteroposterior Section of

Oblique anteroposterior section of foot, to show the synovial cavities of the tarsus. Labels: 1, tibia;…

Deep dissection of the front of the forearm and hand, showing the muscles, nerves, blood vessels, etc. Labels: 1, supinator longus (cut); 2, ulnar nerve; 3, brachialis anticus; 4, biceps; 5, musculo-spiral nerve; 6, median nerve; 7, posterior interosseous nerve; 8, pronator teres and flexor carpi radialis (cut); 9, extensor carpi radialis longior (cut); 10, brachial artery; 11, supinator brevis; 12, flexor sublimis digitorum (cut); 13, 13, radial nerve; 14, 14, flexor carpi ulnaris; 15, extensor carpi radialis brevior; 16, ulnar artery; 17, radial origin of flexor sublimis digitorum (cut); 18, flexor profundus digitorum; 19, tendon of pronator teres (cut); 20, 20, dorsal branch of ulnar nerve; 21, 21, radial artery; 22, 22, deep branch of ulnar nerve; 23, flexor longus pollicis; 24, abductor minimii digiti; 25, anterior interosseous nerve; 26, digital branches of ulnar nerve; 27, tendon of supinator longus (cut); 28, one of the lumbricales muscles (cut); 29, pronator quadratus (cut open); 31, tendon of flexor carpi radialis (cut); 33, digital branches of median nerve; 35, abductor pollicis.

Forearm and Hand

Deep dissection of the front of the forearm and hand, showing the muscles, nerves, blood vessels, etc.…

Section through right forearm one inch below the elbow.

Cross Section Through Forearm One Inch below Elbow

Section through right forearm one inch below the elbow.

A section across the forearm a short distance below the elbow-joint. R and U, its two supporting bones, the radius and ulna; e, the epidermis, an d, the dermis, of the skin; the latter is continuous below with bands of connective tissue, s, which penetrate between and invest the muscles (I, 2, 3, 4, etc.); n, n, nerves and vessels.

Section Across the Forearm

A section across the forearm a short distance below the elbow-joint. R and U, its two supporting bones,…

Section through right forearm, two inches below the elbow.

Cross Section Through Forearm Two Inches below Elbow

Section through right forearm, two inches below the elbow.

Section one inch above the styloid process of the right radius.

Cross Section One Inch above the Styloid Process of the Forearm

Section one inch above the styloid process of the right radius.

Section three inches above the styloid process of the right radius.

Cross Section Three Inches above the Styloid Process of the Forearm

Section three inches above the styloid process of the right radius.

Section through the lower third of the right forearm.

Section Through Lower Third of Forearm

Section through the lower third of the right forearm.

Section through the middle of the right forearm.

Section Through Middle of the Forearm

Section through the middle of the right forearm.

Section through the styloid process of the right radius.

Cross Section Through the Styloid Process of the Forearm

Section through the styloid process of the right radius.

Section through upper third of the right forearm.

Cross Section Through Forearm Two Inches below Elbow

Section through upper third of the right forearm.

Section two inches above the styloid process of the right radius.

Cross Section Two Inches above the Styloid Process of the Forearm

Section two inches above the styloid process of the right radius.

Deep dissection of front of the forearm. Labels: 1, supinator longus; 2, ulnar nerve; 3, brachialis; 4, biceps; 5, musculo-spiral; 6, median; 7, posterior interosseous; 8, pronator teres; 9, extensor carpi radialis longior; 10, brachial artery; 11, supinator brevis; 12, flexor sublimus digitorum; 13, radial nerve; 14, flexor carpi ulnaris; 15, extensor carpi radialis brevior; 16, ulnar artery; 17, origin flexor sublimus digitorum; 18, flexor profundus digitorum; 19, tendon pronator teres; 20, dorsal branch of ulnar nerve; 27, tendon of supinator longus; 28, one of the lumbricales muscle; 29, pronator quadratus; 31, tendon flexor carp iradialis; 33, digital branches median nerve; 35, abductor pollicis.

Dissection of Forearm

Deep dissection of front of the forearm. Labels: 1, supinator longus; 2, ulnar nerve; 3, brachialis;…

Deep dissection of the front of the forearm. Labels: 1, supinator longus; 2, ulnar nerve; 3, brachialis anticus; 4, biceps; 5, musculo-spiral; 6, median nerve; 7, posterior interosseous nerve; 8, pronator teres and flexor carpi radialis; 9, extensor carpi radialis longior; 10, brachial artery; 11, supinator brevis; 12, flexor sublimus digitorum; 13, 13, radial nerve; 14, flexor carpi ulnaris; 15, extensor carpi radialis brevior; 16, ulnar artery; 17, radial origin of flexor sublimus digitorum; 18, flexor profundus digitorum; 19, pronator teres; 20, dorsal branch ulnar nerve; 21, radial artery; 2, deep branch ulnar nerve; 233, flexor longus pollicis; 24, abductor minimi digiti; 25, anterior interosseous nerve; 26, digital branches of ulnar nerve; 27, supinator longus; 28, one of lumbricales; 29, pronator quadratus; 31, flexor carpi radialis; 33, digital branches median nerve; 35, abductor pollicis.

Dissection of the Forearm

Deep dissection of the front of the forearm. Labels: 1, supinator longus; 2, ulnar nerve; 3, brachialis…

The muscles and nerves on the front of the forearm and hand. The pronator radii teres, flexor carpi radialis, and palmaris longus have been removed.

Muscles and Nerves of the Forearm

The muscles and nerves on the front of the forearm and hand. The pronator radii teres, flexor carpi…

Section across the forearm in the middle third. Labels: A, pronator radii teres; B, flexor carpi radialis; C, flexor sublimis digitorum; D, palmaris longus; E, flexor carpi ulnaris; F, flexor profundus digitorum; G, extensor carpi ulnaris; H, extensor longus pollicis; I, extensor communis digitorum; J, extensor ossis metacarpi pollicis; K, extensor carpi radialis brevior; L, extensor carpi radialis longior; M, brachio-radialis; a, radius; b, interosseous membrane; c, ulna; 1, radial nerve; 2, radial artery; 3, anterior interosseous artery; 4, anterior interosseons nerve (underneath flexor longus pollicis); 5, median nerve; 6, ulnar artery; 7, ulnar nerve; 8, posterior interosseous artery; 9, posterior interosseous nerve.

Section Across Forearm

Section across the forearm in the middle third. Labels: A, pronator radii teres; B, flexor carpi radialis;…

A section across the forearm a short distance below the elbow-joint. R and U, its two supporting bones, the radius and ulna; e, the epidermis, and d, the dermis of the skin; the latter is continuous below with bands of connective tissue, s, which penetrate between and invest the muscles, which are indicated by numbers; n, n, nerves and vessels.

Forearm, Section of

A section across the forearm a short distance below the elbow-joint. R and U, its two supporting bones,…

The position of the organs of the mouth, thorax, and abdomen. 1, 2, and 3: Salivary glands. 4: The larynx and trachea. 5: The aesophagus. 6: The lungs. 7: The heart. 8: The liver. 9: The stomach. 10: The pancreas. 11: The spleen. 13: The small intestine. 14: The large intestine.

Front View of the Body

The position of the organs of the mouth, thorax, and abdomen. 1, 2, and 3: Salivary glands. 4: The larynx…

1. Nerves of the skin 2. Tendons 3. Arteries of the palm of the hand 4. Elbow nerve 5. Elbow artery 6. Nerve of the forearm 7. Nerve of the under-arm 8. Artery of the underarm.

Hand

1. Nerves of the skin 2. Tendons 3. Arteries of the palm of the hand 4. Elbow nerve 5. Elbow artery…