Refer to Pocket Atlas of Anatomy for detailed illustrations and informative definitions of anatomical entities. Geared toward the medical student but can also be used by clinicians and researchers for quick reference
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Animated Essential Atlas of Anatomy and Physiology for Android is a good way of getting 3D animations and graphics for your students.
Essential Anatomy by 3D4Medical is another strong step forward for the company and anatomy apps in general. The 3d anatomy engine and impressive graphics bring a new clarity to anatomy education. The addition of further anatomical structures will continue to enhance the utility of this impressive app.
This interactive textbook uses phenomenal 3D graphics to teach introductory cardiac anatomy.
Visible Body has recently released a new app called Skeleton Premium 2 which aims to improve anatomical understanding of the skeleton.
In medical school we were all given a bone box with a real human skeleton to study from. I wondered how well this app could replicate that experience.
Pocket Anatomy developers created a fun little app called Santa Anatomy for the holidays. It allows users to view the anatomy of Santa Claus. Free for the time period, enjoy this app for the holiday.
E-anatomy is one of the greatest quality medical apps on the market, suited for clinicians and especially radiologists. The app includes 38 modules consisting of diagrams, angiograms, X-rays, and PACS like navigation of axial and coronal CTs and MRIs.
NeuroSlice is a great supplement to textbooks and functions well as a quick review for students preparing for neuroanatomy classes.
Digital human by bio-sim corporation is an anatomy browser for the iPad. Utilising a free navigation view to deliver a real-time, fully interactive, 3-D, human anatomy browser. Boasting over 4,000 detailed anatomical structures, it has been featured on Grey’s Anatomy.
Anatomy Flash Cards by Lange are a popular study aid for medical students learning anatomy.
Recently, these helpful cards became digitized in the form of an iPad app, appropriately named, Anatomy Flash Cards by Lange. Over the past few weeks, I’ve had the opportunity to test out this app while on the wards.
Netter is one of the most influential people in medical history. His detailed anatomical reference drawings have stood the test of time over and over again. Now Elsevier have taken Netter’s anatomy drawings to the next level with a digital app version of perhaps his most famous text – Netter’s Atlas of Human Anatomy. This […]