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Moore's Clinical Anatomy

Boost your score and your understanding of clinically relevant anatomy with Moore’s Anatomy Clinical Flash Cards

Boost your score and your understanding of clinically relevant anatomy with Moore’s Anatomy Clinical Flash Cards

Moore's Clinical Anatomy

by Higher Learning Technologies
Moore's Clinical Anatomy
Moore's Clinical Anatomy
Moore's Clinical Anatomy

What is it about?

Boost your score and your understanding of clinically relevant anatomy with Moore’s Anatomy Clinical Flash Cards.

Moore's Clinical Anatomy

App Details

Version
5.1.0
Rating
(25)
Size
105Mb
Genre
Medical Education
Last updated
November 29, 2017
Release date
February 12, 2014
More info

Moore's Clinical Anatomy is FREE but there are more add-ons

  • $29.99

    Expansion Pack

App Screenshots

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App Store Description

Boost your score and your understanding of clinically relevant anatomy with Moore’s Anatomy Clinical Flash Cards.

This is your essential resource for all undergraduate, graduate, and professional level students of anatomy; surgical residents; and practicing clinicians in need of a comprehensive review.

Install the free version today and jump start your studying! We have provided a limited free version of the app that you can try before deciding to upgrade. This version includes a limited amount of flashcards.

Upgrade to the Premium version with a one-time, in-app purchase that includes lifetime access to:
• 340+ realistic anatomic renderings & diagrams
• Detailed diagrams, illustrations & clinical photos
• Each card includes structures for identification with detailed explanations
• 340+ in depth, full-color images
• Additional information on muscle attachments, innervations & main actions
• Unlimited access to ALL anatomical categories:
• Cranial nerves, head, neck
• Thorax, abdomen, pelvis
• Back, lower limbs, and more!
• Created by experts in the medical field

The front of each card features an image from Clinically Oriented Anatomy, with 5 to 10 structures indicated for identification with a detailed explanation provided on the back.

The topics include:

· Introduction
· Thorax
· Abdomen
· Pelvis and Perineum
· Back
· Lower Limb
· Upper Limb
· Head
· Neck
· Cranial Nerves

Based on the highly regarded “Moore’s Clinically Oriented Anatomy”, these cards feature descriptions of structures and correlating images. Realistic anatomic renderings and diagrams of common medical situations complement this clinically oriented material. Information on muscle attachments, innervations, and main actions are also included.

So whether you are just beginning to hunker down and study or you are jumping the last hurdle before the USMLE or medical board exams, this will be an invaluable tool for self-assessment or last minute review.

Call at 319-246-5299 or email us at [email protected] with any questions.