- 226.9 MB
- Medis Media Pty Ltd
This app has been updated by Apple to display the AppleWatch app icon. + Added live search capability in search function. + Added full path information relevant to body systems for every selected object (iPad). + General fixes and improvements.
3D Organon Anatomy – Skeleton, Bones, and Ligaments is a feature-rich interactive anatomical atlas of the skeletal system and connective tissues enhanced with quality anatomy descriptions and texts with frequently encountered clinical correlations.
Suitable for medical and allied health students and professionals. Appropriate for patients and lay persons who want to learn more about the inner structure and function of their body. Convenient patient education in hospitals and private practices. Also, suitable for students over 12 years old. Can be used to increase student engagement in the claoom.
This FREE app is part of the full version of the 3D Organon Anatomy available for sale on the App Store. In the full version you can learn human anatomy with over 4000 realistic anatomical models/structures. An all-in-one solution for learning clinical, topographic and systems-based anatomy. The 3D anatomy models can add important cognitive input for understanding the spatial relationship between anatomical structures and features leading to an increased retention of knowledge.
+ Visualize anatomy using the latest 3D technologies.
+ Included structures: Skeletal system, Ligaments, Articular capsules, Bursae, Cartilages, and other connective tissues.
+ Rotate, pan, and zoom in/out.
+ Hide or Fade selected structures.
+ Realistic X-ray mode (Fade others button).
+ Single- and multi-select modes.
+ All featured text descriptions and clinical correlations are written by professors of anatomy and medical professionals.
+ Amazing life-like high detail graphics for better user experience.
+ Beautiful symmetry of designed organs and structures makes learning easy and pleasant.
+ Take snapshots of your scene for later study or reference.
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