Pocket Brain part of the Pocket Anatomy series from award winning developers eMedia Interactive. Is a fully searchable interactive 3D atlas of the human brain, with 8 layers of neuroanatomy, clinical cases, cross sections and nerve pathways allows the busy medical and nursing student or allied health care professional to visualise the human brain.
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A detailed comparison of the top anatomy apps currently available for the iPad based on the following essential functions: content, ease of use, quality of anatomical illustrations and overall benefit to practicing physicians
This is a very attractive app and could be used by junior healthcare professionals looking for a basic understanding of how the body works. Unfortunately, Anatomy Organs 3D is let down by a lack of crucial detail which means it is of limited use for anything but the most basic introduction. Its cheap price and basic knowledge mean this app may have some use for patients who are keen to learn more about their own anatomy.
The Human Body App by Dorling Kindersley is an excellent introduction to the human body and the basics of how it works.
ModalityBODY Thieme Atlas of Anatomy App, an interactive app for medical students and physicians, is a great resource but it comes at a hefty cost.
Pocket Body for iPad highlights how basic medicine can be merged with modern technology and succeed to significantly improve anatomical understanding
By: Wouter Stomp, MD IMAIOS’ mobile application is an atlas of human anatomy for iOS which we reviewed just two months ago. Although we were impressed, and in fact considered it one of the best anatomy apps in the app store, there were some key drawbacks. The app however has just received a major update […]
A medical school tests the iPad and a Lenovo tablet for gross anatomy test taking.
Overall, Brain Tutor HD is an excellent program both for students learning neuroanatomy and for clinicians who can use it in explaining conditions to patients at the bedside.
A text and video review of an iPad medical app that was featured in an Apple commercial: Monster Anatomy HD – Lower Limb. We look at how this app could be used to learn anatomy and for patient education.