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Unbelievable, wonderful, fantastic app! I'm not one to take time to write reviews. But I have to thank the developers of this incredibly useful tool. I am a singing teacher who focuses on functional technique, i.e. the way the larynx and its surrounding structures move (thus influencing how the larynx functions). Mine is a relatively unusual approach to teaching vocal technique, but I get amazing results with my students from this methodology. For years I've been looking for a book, pictures, diagrams that can show me practically how the muscles of the larynx & pharynx are layered so I can understand which muscles to release or contract. And this app does it all (except showing me how the intrinsic muscles of the larynx move). This app allows me to FADE muscles so I can see what's underneath them. It shows me the nerves innervating the larynx, the blood vessels, the membranes, etc. Thank you, thank you, thank you! I can show my massage therapist, my physical therapist and my chiropractor specifically what to work on now. I look forward to add on features to this amazing app. I've been sharing it with my students as well, so you have an enthusiastic (if not evangelical) marketing consultant in perhaps an unexpected client base. Brands! Bravo!
There is so much information, and the interactive nature makes it easy to explore it all. I was hesitant to buy at first since I’m studying art, not medicine, and I wasn’t sure I’d be able to get much use from it. However, compared to the price of a textbook, it’s really not that much at all. This app is the core resource I use to study anatomy. It has information on attachment points for everything, which is helpful for memorizing the shapes and functions of bones. My only complaint would be that the male/female toggle doesn’t show much sexual dimorphism. The male and female skeletons are almost exactly the same, with only the pelvic girdle different. For example, the shape of the spine, the angle and separation of the femurs and the size and shape of the skull are the same when they should not be, which would also affect the posture of the model. My guess is that to get those differences modeled would be an enormous amount of work, and at any rate it’s not especially important unless you’re in art or forensics. Being able to spin around the anatomy and virtually dissect the models is amazing. Also impressive is the animations showing how the muscles operate.
I am a faculty member teaching Point of Care ultrasound to medical students and residents and physicians and I found the app very helpful to review anatomical details and also to develop course content. It would be very helpful to have corresponding ultrasound images in both labeled and unlabeled format with some animations in augmented reality for the ultrasound images with both normal and pathological findings. Point of care is a rapidly growing area of ultrasound and will be an integral part of medical education as well as education for medical residents and so it would be great to have that feature as well. Something to look into and if you need any tips you can look at some ultrasound simulation products by companies like Simbionix 3D systems and CAE. For sure that feature would be welcomed by the medical community and will address a real need in medical education. Thanks.
Seriously the BEST app for anatomy hands down! Not only does it give you names of everything in the body, but also names of specific locations as well. Also, very useful for muscle attachments, origin, etc. I’ve already recommended this app to nearly everyone that has an interest in the health field and have to remember these things. The AR is pretty cool too, but all this for .99 cents is the best deal ever. If you have an interest in a health profession that you need to remember or study these things, this is an absolute must. Really wish my bio classes in college had this app as part of the required class materials. 100% more helpful than the textbooks in studying the anatomy of the body!
I usually don't write reviews, but after using this app I thought it deserved some appreciation. This app is easy to use, beautifully designed and is extremely informative for my needs. As a current EMT preparing to go to medic school, this app has helped me tremendously. To be able to read through my textbooks while looking at a 3D model of whichever region of the body I am studying gives me a much better understanding of what I am reading and how the body works, from cells, tendons, muscles and ligaments, the skeletal system, and virtually every region and system in the body. I would recommend this app to anyone in the EMS field who is looking to improve their knowledge of the human body.
Developed by the Visible Body.
Human Anatomy Atlas 2020 has 8 148 user reviews.
Human Anatomy Atlas 2020 is ranking in Medical on the 4.
Human Anatomy Atlas 2020 has an average rating of 4.9.
The latest version of Human Anatomy Atlas 2020 (2020.1.72) was released on Jan 06, 2020.
You can download Human Anatomy Atlas 2020 here:.
Join millions of medical professionals, students, and anatomy enthusiasts who use Human Anatomy Atlas to see inside and better understand the human body!
Human Anatomy Atlas offers thousands of models to help understand and communicate how
the human body looks and works--and includes textbook-level definitions. Use it as a reference, instead of an anatomy textbook, or to create virtual lab experiences.
Includes over 10,000 anatomical models with descriptions in English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Japanese, and Simplified Chinese.
* Winner of the Association of Medical Illustrator’s Award of Excellence
* Winner of the Digital Health Awards' Gold for Mobile Applications
* Winner of the W3 Awards' Gold for Mobile Education
“If you are in the medical field or plan to be, this anatomy app is a must-have.” — App Advice
“... strikingly realistic and detailed...” — The Boston Globe
“... mind-blowing, and always amazing in that it works so well.” — David Pogue, Yahoo Finance
“Visible Body’s [Human Anatomy] Atlas and frankly, all their A&P apps have always been my go-to reference for exploring the human body and its function.” — Teachers with Apps
Human Anatomy Atlas offers the most complete human anatomy atlas available, as well as a fast to learn and easy to use ad-free experience. The base purchase includes complete male and female gross anatomy models that can be dissected, common muscles actions, select mircroanatomy models and sample animations. Additional in-app purchases can extend the atlas to include more detailed 3D dental models, and animations that explain physiology and common pathologies.
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