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Flash Anatomy Muscles - Free

The Flash Anatomy Muscles app is based on the set of flash cards with the same title published by Bryan Edwards Publishing

The Flash Anatomy Muscles app is based on the set of flash cards with the same title published by Bryan Edwards Publishing

Flash Anatomy Muscles - Free

by Web Envy, Inc
Flash Anatomy Muscles - Free
Flash Anatomy Muscles - Free
Flash Anatomy Muscles - Free

What is it about?

The Flash Anatomy Muscles app is based on the set of flash cards with the same title published by Bryan Edwards Publishing. The app presents a unique study approach of repetition that aids the student's ability to recall pertinent information relating to the muscular system. The individual cards illustrate every functional muscle from the shoulder girdle down, denoting the origin, insertion, action, innervation, and synergist. It includes two-color illustrations, terminology, and definitions of movement.

Flash Anatomy Muscles - Free

App Details

Version
1.0.3
Rating
(11)
Size
8Mb
Genre
Medical Education
Last updated
April 14, 2014
Release date
December 4, 2013
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App Store Description

The Flash Anatomy Muscles app is based on the set of flash cards with the same title published by Bryan Edwards Publishing. The app presents a unique study approach of repetition that aids the student's ability to recall pertinent information relating to the muscular system. The individual cards illustrate every functional muscle from the shoulder girdle down, denoting the origin, insertion, action, innervation, and synergist. It includes two-color illustrations, terminology, and definitions of movement.

The Flash Anatomy Muscles app works on iPad and iPhone. The app is currently optimized for iPad and users will be able to see the full image and text for a single card without any need for scrolling. On iPhone, users will have to scroll to see the full image and text for any given card.