Human Anatomy Atlas 2018

Human Anatomy Atlas 2018

By Visible Body

  • Category: Medical
  • Release Date: 2016-07-28
  • Current Version: 2018.3.05
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 1.06 GB
  • Developer: Visible Body
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
Score: 5
5
From 528 Ratings

Description

Human Anatomy Atlas 2018 Edition is the go-to 3D anatomy reference app for healthcare professionals, students, and professors. The app includes comprehensive male and female 3D gross anatomy models, select microanatomy of tissues and organs, cadaver slices and diagnostic images that are paired with 3D cross-sections, and interactive animations of muscles and bones. What do you get with Human Anatomy Atlas 2018? Extensive library of content vetted by a team of medical experts - Explore thousands of 3D anatomical structures in the male and female models - See structures from all body systems: nervous, skeletal, circulatory, muscular, digestive, urinary, lymphatic, endocrine, and reproductive - Delve into the microanatomy of tissues and special organs, including nephrons and alveoli - Watch muscle movements demonstrated in rotatable moving 3D animations - Compare 3D cross-sections side-by-side with cadaver images and diagnostic images Encyclopedic reference and study content, in 7 languages - Detailed definitions, Latin names, and English pronunciations - Descriptions of injuries, diseases, and pathologies - 1,000+ question test bank for quizzing and improving anatomy mastery - Language settings include English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Spanish, and simplified Chinese Powerful search engine, preset views, and easy-add features - Search or browse for the anatomy you need to study or show - Add anatomy or dissect - Save, annotate, and share visuals. Create a Favorites library. - Use the Tour feature to create a visual presentation

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Reviews

  • Great for the price

    5
    By Scarecrow724
    I can’t believe all the things you can see using this app for the price.
  • Love it

    5
    By semester almost done
    I recommend anyone who is very visual to use this. We needs a teacher....so old school
  • Amazing example of AR

    5
    By Jimjasam
    Probably an amazing medical learning and teaching tool, but an even more amazing example of how good Augmented Reality has gotten.
  • Awesome app!

    5
    By Mr_Stas
    For $0.99 you get way more than you pay for. Amazed by the detailed graphics and the informative background. Tip: could have been more dental info and movements for dentists and dental technicians.
  • Ok but lacking

    3
    By Tkp45
    AR work for a few times, but now I’m having trouble with it. It asked me to scan around surface for AR & I did but AR stopped working
  • Does not actually have AR, still very good

    3
    By Mug620
    This app advertises AR, but so far as I can tell the functionality either simply does not exist, or is not compatible with iPhone 8+ because it doesn’t work at all. That aside, the A&P visualization is incredible, and is going to put some of us out of business.
  • Amazing

    5
    By Mickymattymouse
    Worth it! I bought this app for 0.99 it was paid off within an hour of use! The amount of info this app has is incredible. It feels a little slow but other than that it is amazing!!
  • Worst app ever...

    1
    By Ninacarrasco
    Worst app i ve ever use... so difficult to maneuver around the body.. menu always gets in the way... i like reading the description, function while i see the anatomical part ... too many bright translucent colors ... you can see all parts at once... too many to distinguish them individually... frustrating app... i ve use really good apps for anatomy before... i should've paid the extra money ...
  • Great app!

    5
    By phelps20
    I don’t usually review apps but this one has save me a lot of time studying in a 200 level A&P course. It is pretty easy to learn how it works. The one and only small complaint I have is that while you use the app you battery will die very fast!
  • Triceps Innervation

    5
    By Beyond-kun1313
    My only critique is that recent research has shown that the triceps long head is actually innervated by the axillary nerve, not the radial nerve

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