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Anatomy Easy : Learn Muscles, Skeleton and Bones

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Anatomy Easy : Learn Muscles, Skeleton and Bones

by El monfi Nezha
Anatomy Easy : Learn Muscles, Skeleton and Bones
Anatomy Easy : Learn Muscles, Skeleton and Bones
Anatomy Easy : Learn Muscles, Skeleton and Bones

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Anatomy Easy : Learn Muscles, Skeleton and Bones

App Details

Version
1.0
Rating
NA
Size
883Mb
Genre
Medical Education
Last updated
May 25, 2017
Release date
May 25, 2017
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CONTENT FEATURES

- All of the muscles labeled

- All of the bones labeled

-1,473 labeled points of origin and insertion

-2,159 labeled bone parts and bone surfaces

-Visually represents the innervation of each muscle

-Visually represents the arterial supply of each muscle

-All articulations can be highlighted

-Animations of every movement of each articulation (flexion, extension, etc.)

-Latin nomenclature for every label

3D BODY : The viewer allows you to control a 3D view of the body, with labels that lead to full screen images of 145 muscles each with the name, action, origin, insertion, nerve supply and comments for each muscle. The viewer also includes all the bones with detailed landmarks.

ACTIONS: The best way to learn about muscles is to group them into their actions. In this section, choose from over 37 body actions, and see an animation of the action, with a visual list of muscles that perform that action, plus comments in each section.

3D MODELS: There are seven 3D models, each model allows you to control a body area in 3-D space, with multiple stops along the way that identifying the structures and give comments on each area. Models cover the ankle, knee, pelvis, shoulder, face, hand, and a detailed look at the vertebrae.