A review of an anatomy app from the Johns Hopkins team.
Tag: anatomy apps
3D4Medical’s musculoskeletal anatomy apps try to take advantage of the unique strengths of mobile devices to teach anatomy.
A great education tool when talking to patients about complex surgeries and for training physicians.
IMAIOS’s anatomy ninja app mixes gaming with medical learning.
Biodigital app tries to help with anatomy learning by using a virtual cadaver.
Virtual human body app is a worthy anatomy app with its fluid simple interface. The level of anatomy is high and there is a wide range of structures included. Overall one of the leading 2D apps and highly recommended for medical students.
Check this gorgeous Atlas that will help you study anatomy and impress your patients.
“Learn Muscles: Anatomy” from Read Bodywork provides a clean and user-friendly interface that delivers concise and to-the-point information on muscles of the human body with a rich multimedia experience. However, the app does lack in clinically relevant information that hinders its usefulness for medical students or health care providers.
Apple kicked off the Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) in San Francisco today with an impressive keynote where they made a number of key announcements which will have a number of implications for physicians and medical educators everywhere. Apple featured a video where they demonstrated the range and use of anatomy apps developed by 3D4Medical who […]
Kinesiology is a branch useful for sports medicine, athletic training and orthopedics. As expected, Anatomy knowledge is a fundamental basis of any of these fields. In classic fashion, reviewing anatomy is often associated with flashcards, as this popular method can improve retention and has so many options out on the market. Davismobile brings a series of actual flashcards by Lynn Lippert and Mary Alice Duesterhaus directly to mobile form. The app is available for the iOS platform. Here we review the app using the iPad.
Knee Pro III is an excellent app for those interested in the anatomy of the knee. The incredible visuals and excellent user interface mean Knee Pro III is highly recommended. It cannot help but improve the users anatomical knowledge of this complex anatomical region.
Shoulder Pro III is the most advanced and detailed 3D model of the shoulder available for the iPad. The level of anatomical detail is very high and offers a wealth of visual learning material. This is one of the most advanced anatomy apps available in the App Store today.