This site was developed by the Clinical Anatomical SKills (CASK)-group, Dept. of Anatomy & Embryology at Leiden University Medical Center, Leiden, the Netherlands, by:
- O. Paul Gobée, MD, initiator and lead developer
- Frank E van Wijk, MSc, code architect and main developer
- Daniël Jansma, MSc, developer
- Marco C. DeRuiter, PhD, Professor of Clinical and Educational Anatomy
The site was developed in close collaboration with, and the review process will be organized by Clinical Anatomical Terminology Committee of the American Association of Clinical Anatomists :
- Tom Gest
- Paul Gobée
- Evan Goldman, chair
- Chelsea Lohman Bonfigilio
- Brad Martin
- Alan Richards
- Sakti Srivastava
- Richard Tunstall
- Anthony Weinhaus
- Ian Whitmore
- Sherry Downie, former chair
- Brion Benninger
- Mark Hankin
- Nik Matsler
- Rebecca Pratt
AnatomicalTerms.info is a project under the auspices of the Nederlandse Anatomen Vereniging (NAV, Dutch Association of Anatomists).
This project has been sponsored by:
The initial data on this site were obtained from the Foundational Model of Anatomy (FMA) developed at the University of Washington by the FMATM Research Project and is provided under license from the University of Washington.
- We owe the Foundational Model of Anatomy gratitude to providing their data as open source, available for general use. This enabled the realization of the original version of AnatomicalTerms.info in 2007 and continued to form the initial data set offered in the present version of AnatomicalTerms.info.
- We pursued to copy the data and to credit the contributions of FMA as accurately as possible. Unintentional errors may have occurred however, which are outside the responsibility of FMA. Please consult the Foundational Model of Anatomy site and the Foundational Model Explorer to obtain the original and most recent version of the FMA data.
Further contributions and sources:
- S. Blankevoort, Medical Artist: front-page background and icons
- R. Slagter, Medical Artist: CASK-logo
- Lists of languages, countries and medical specialists: Wikipedia, license: CC BY SA
- All contributors of data on this site are credited on the information panels on the structures/concepts and terms. We owe them gratitude for their contributions that form the basis of this site. The collected data will be made available under an Open Source License.
Credits of source code
- GD Graphics library
- Bmp to jpeg converter
- Human figure on front page: modified from:Tabulae sceleti et musculorum corporis humani. Albinus, Jan Wandelaar. Leiden, 1747
- Body position icons: BodyParts3D/Anatomography
- Icon 'cross section': the Visible Human Project
- Icon 'Systemic anatomy'. Modified from Wikipedia file
- Icon 'CT": Wikpedia - Computed tomography of human brain
- Icon 'MRI' - MRI brain sagittal section - Wikimedia Commons
- Icon 'Nuclear Medicine' - PET-image - Wikikpedia
- Icon 'Electron Microscopy': SEM Lymphocyte by. Dr. Triche Wikimedia Commons
- Icon 'Endoscopy': Endomucosal resection - Wikimedia Commons
- Icon 'Creative Commons'
- Icon 'surgical knife'
- Icon 'stethoscope': Medical DaPino
- Icon 'lock': modified from: Lothar Grimme
- Icon 'Information': schollidesign
- Icon 'images': FatCow Web Hosting
- Icon 'star': Sublink Interactive
- Icon 'close': GNOME icon artists
- Icon 'arrow': Bdate Kaspar/Franziska Sponsel