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
The applications Human Anatomy Atlas 2018 was published in the category Medical on 2016-07-28 and was developed by Visible Body. The file size is 1.06 GB. The current version is 2018.3.05 and works well on 11.0 and high ios versions.
This app runs on: iPhone 5S or later, iPad Air or later, iPad Mini 2 or later
* Augmented Reality! Turn any room into an anatomy lab. The Augmented Reality (AR) features REQUIRE: iOS 11 and iPhone 6S or later, iPhone SE, iPad Pro or later, or iPad (5th gen)
* New 3D Gross Anatomy Lab! Dissect a virtual cadaver in the prone or supine position.
* Got the new iPhone X? Check out the enhancements we made that take advantage of the iPhone X all-screen Super Retina display.
This app is extremely well thought through. With the new AR capabilities, the App provides a full fledged opportunity to learn, explore and to behold.
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.
In Anatomy and this app is so helpful! Thank you!
Love this app! Very in depth and fun to use!
Beautiful tool for learning anatomy and exploring the relationships, function, and connections. Would 10/10 recommend.
This is the best App that I found for Anatomy. I have spent tons of money on books and study guides, and all along, everything I needed was right here in this App! Easy to understand and thorough!
This app is almost perfect. The only downfall which keeps me from giving it a 5 star is the fact that it keeps on crashing. Otherwise it's a great app for $0.99!
This app is very helpful to me as a first year medical student who is taking anatomy and needs to learn anatomy very well. Instead of spending hours in the anatomy lab, I have a virtual body that I can turn around, zoom in or out, and see very clearly various structures and their relationships with each other. I like that when I click a muscle, bone, nerve, etc, a side bar gives salient information about selected structures. I can even look at videos that show what motion is produced by a selected muscle. Having this app is better than carrying a heavy anatomy atlas. I also very much appreciate the price. I haven't had a good comparison with other, more expensive apps, but this app serves well for me. By the way, you can choose a female body, too, and study female anatomy if you so choose.
Worth way more than .99¢! Grab it while it's cheap!!!
This is my first app of this sort that I've downloaded so I can't compare it to others. That withstanding, I'd argue that this surpasses every anatomical image provided in A&P textbooks and is immeasurably more convenient than the physical models we use in classrooms. For healthcare providers, this is the future of explaining conditions to patients -- an intuitive 3-D model with incredible specificity. This is a highly detailed, easily navigable model of the human body, and with its set of user-friendly tools you can gracefully view any gross anatomical feature within (and without) whatever surrounding systems you need to see it in.