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.
* One of the App Store’s Best Apps of 2017
* Winner of the Association of Medical Illustrator’s Award of Excellence
* Winner of the Digital Health Awards' Gold for Spring 2018.
“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.
The applications Human Anatomy Atlas 2019 was published
in the category Medical on 2016-07-28 and
was developed by Visible Body.
The file size is 1.31 GB.
The current version is 2019.1.38 and works well on
11.3 and high ios versions.
We now support iPhone Xs Max!
Launching Augmented Reality mode is easier than ever! Just tap the AR button that appears in the bottom left-hand corner of a view.
Back by popular demand: Screen mirroring! Project the app on a monitor for display.
Check out the new UI for the 3D cross sections. See 3D models next to cadaver images and CT or MRI scans.
And, as always, bug fixes and performance enhancements.
Note: This app runs on: iOS 11.3 or later, iPhone 5S or later, iPad Air or later, iPad Mini 2 or later.
The Augmented Reality (AR) features REQUIRE: iOS 11 and iPhone 6S or later, iPhone SE, iPad Pro or later, or iPad (5th gen). The 2D image recognition feature REQUIRES: iOS 11.3 or later.
This is a powerful App. The content is organized in a very clear, easy to use way. In addition to detailed human anatomy, it also gives you the option of viewing the muscle actions, a very useful feature to see what all is involved in making a movement.
The app gives you the complete anatomy of the body with access to regions and cross sections of different body parts (so sagittal, coronal, etc). They even have a quiz portion in the app (there was one for the circle of Willis). It lets you see everything clearly with minimal distortion of images and they give detailed explanations of every nerve, muscle, artery, etc. Extremely helpful app that’s worth the pricey 1.99 investment.
I’m a 1st year medical student, and this app has been really helpful. It has really helped me with studying for anatomy! I definitely recommend it.
Gets you in the door. Then if you want to see something, pay lots more! Waste of .99 unless you are ready to pay lots more! NOT me!. Flushing it! Want my .99 back!
I tried to download the app but my phone would not let me so idk if I get my money back or not
very nice app Why is there no Arabic language? We hope you Arabic language thanks
I found this app by dumb luck and can not get enough. It’s well designed, user friendly, and beautiful (nerdy, I know). It’s a great app for studying anatomy anywhere.
You’re marketing this as something you can use “as a reference, instead of an anatomy textbook”. When it does not include things such as the supraorbital nerve or infratrochlear nerve. If someone who was using this had to know where the supraorbital nerve was in order to do a nerve block they would be out of luck. You also say in the video that this is used by “thousands of universities and hospitals around the world” so the above scenario should not be implausible; especially since you are marketing it as a source of information to use instead of an anatomy textbook. This review was made on 8/8/18.
This app is amazing. I never purchase apps but I saw this for $0.99 and had to try it and I am SO glad I did. I would’ve paid WAY more money for the information you get from this! I am an EMT and this is better than any anatomy textbook I’ve ever read
I bought the basic app for 99 cents! It’s really well worth it. Very well done. And the basic app does indeed have skull sutures.