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Download Tutorial 3D Interactive Anatomy


Each module includes very highly detailed 3D anatomy with many views
of the each region and a range interactive functions including full
rotation, layering and structure labels. They include all anatomical
structures which are labeled and linked to detailed text, high
resolution dissection slides, annotated illustrations, slides and
animations (such as hip range of motion and the function of ligaments
in the knee).
Each regional also has an MRI section where labeled cross sections
can be correlated with equivalent MR images in 3 planes.
Contents:
� The Interactive Head and Neck
All structures and musculature of the head and neck are covered in
detailed 3D with this teaching, training and reference tool. Choose
from anatomy views including detailed models of the head, neck and
face and individual views of the pharynx, larynx, anterior neck and
the basic structure of eyes, ears, gums, teeth and craniofacial
region.
Peel away layers of anatomy from skin to bone and rotate the model
at any stage to view and identify any anatomical structure. All
structures have accompanying text and links to additional images and
video clips clinical slides, X-Rays, high resolution dissection
slides, surface anatomy video clips and 10 function animations showing
of the TMJ.
Detailed and labeled cross section anatomy can be viewed in 3 planes
and compared with equivalent MRI in up to 20 slices.
� Interactive Thorax and Abdomen
View clear, detailed and accurate 3D modeling of the key anatomy of
the thorax and abdomen.. Choose from highly detailed and labeled views
of the thorax, abdomen, internal organs (heart, lungs, intestines,
diaphragm and liver), surface features and bone regions.
Clicking on a feature will bring up hot links to all relating text,
dissection slides, clinical slides and illustrations and simple edit
functions allow you to export and print any image from the software
for use in your own presentations, patient education and student
handouts.
The MRI section looks within the joint itself and compares MR slices
in 3 planes (axial, sagittal and coronal) with the equivalent slice
through the 3D model in up to 15 slices.
� Interactive Shoulder
View the shoulder in detailed 3D with this teaching, training and
reference tool. A choice of 3D models include all areas of the
shoulder joint and shoulder girdle. Peel away layers of anatomy from
skin to bone and rotate the model at any stage to view and identify
any anatomical structure.
All structures have accompanying text and links to additional images
and video clips including labeled dissections, annotated illustrations
and clinical slides.
Detailed and labeled cross section anatomy can be viewed in 3 planes
and compared with equivalent MRI in up to 22 slices.
� Interactive Foot and Ankle
View the foot, ankle and lower leg in detailed 3D with this
teaching, training and reference tool. 3D models include all
individual anatomical features of the leg below the knee. Peel away
layers of anatomy from skin to bone and rotate the model at any stage
to view and identify any anatomical structure.
All structures have accompanying text and links to additional images
and video clips including labeled dissections, annotated illustrations
and clinical slides.
Detailed and labeled cross section anatomy can be viewed in 3 planes
and compared with equivalent MRI in up to 20 slices.
� Interactive Hip
View clear, detailed and accurate 3D modeling of the key anatomy of
the hip and acetabulum.
Choose from hundreds of highly detailed and labeled views of the hip
joint, pelvis, thigh, lumbar plexus, sacral and coccygeal plexuses,
surface features and bone regions.
The MRI section looks within the joint itself and compares MR slices
in 3 planes (axial, sagittal and coronal) with the equivalent slice
through the 3D model in up to 27 slices.
� Interactive Hand
View the hand and wrist in detailed 3D with this teaching, training
and reference tool. 3D models include all individual anatomical
features. Choose from many views and isolate particular areas
including individual models of the hand, wrist, palm and fingers. Peel
away layers of anatomy from skin to bone and rotate the model at any
stage to view and identify any anatomical structure.
All structures have accompanying text and links to additional images
and video clips including labeled dissection slides and videos,
annotated illustrations and clinical slides
Detailed and labeled cross section anatomy of the wrist can be
viewed in 3 planes and compared with equivalent MRI in up to 20
slices.
� Interactive Spine
It features a 3D computer model of the anatomy of the entire
vertebral column and spinal cord. All individual anatomical features
can be seen in detail, high resolution, and in three dimensions. Peel
away over 20 layers from skin to bone and rotate the model at any
stage. You can also correlate views of the model with multi-planar
MRI.
� Interactive Pelvis and Perineum
View the pelvis and perineum in detailed 3D with this teaching,
training and reference tool. 3D models include all individual
anatomical features of the pelvis and perineum and internal organs of
the reproductive and urinary systems.
All structures have accompanying text and links to additional images
and video clips including labeled dissections, annotated illustrations
and clinical slides.
Detailed and labeled cross section anatomy can be viewed in 3 planes
and compared with equivalent MRI in up to 20 slices.
� Interactive Knee
The Interactive Knee presents full knee anatomy in three dimensions.
The model is based on a very high resolution interactively labeled MR.
It is the ultimate educational, training and presentation resource for
all those involved in knee surgery and rehabilitation.
Each 3D model can be fully rotated, every visible structure labeled
and layers of anatomy added or removed. The disc also contains
spectacular animations that feature a biomechanical model of the knee
in 3D and coverage of surgical procedures which include ACL and PCL
ligament reconstruction, meniscus tears and their repair.
The MRI section looks within the joint itself and compares MRI
slices in 3 planes (axial, sagittal and coronal) with the equivalent
slice through the 3D model in up to 21 slices.
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