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3D Muscle Anatomy

Introducing the ultimate 3D interactive resource for musculoskeletal anatomy

Introducing the ultimate 3D interactive resource for musculoskeletal anatomy

3D Muscle Anatomy

by BioDigital, Inc.
3D Muscle Anatomy
3D Muscle Anatomy

What is it about?

Introducing the ultimate 3D interactive resource for musculoskeletal anatomy.

App Details

Version
1.0.2
Rating
NA
Size
66Mb
Genre
Medical Education
Last updated
October 19, 2017
Release date
March 27, 2017
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App Store Description

Introducing the ultimate 3D interactive resource for musculoskeletal anatomy.

Developed with Johns Hopkins Medicine and powered by BioDigital, the Johns Hopkins 3D Human Musculoskeletal App enables you to explore bones, muscles, and connective tissue in a format that resembles life itself.

Designed to revolutionize the way we learn and communicate health information, the Johns Hopkins 3D Human Musculoskeletal App is ideal for students, personal trainers, and physicians. Use this interactive application to actively study musculoskeletal anatomy, understand key muscle movements, and customize anatomy visuals to explain sites of injury or disease to patients.

Download now and experience:
● Over 3,000 medically accurate anatomy objects
● Complete musculoskeletal anatomy of the head/neck, trunk, upper limb, lower limb regions
● Animations of key muscle movements with active muscles highlighted
● Annotations on bony landmarks
● Quiz options to test your knowledge
● Complete 3D interactivity, including rotation, zooming, and panning of ALL objects
● Select and dissect anatomy objects to customize your view
● Add or remove layers of anatomical complexity
● Draw and annotate directly on the model, and save for future reference--perfect for personal trainers and physicians
● Advanced viewing modes to study objects in isolation, in transparency, or in context with the body
● Detailed descriptions complement stunning 3D interactive visuals and animations