An valuable resource, 3D Human Anatomy, Regional Edition, features comprehensive, fully labeled, interactive, three-dimensional anatomical models for nine regions:
• Foot and Ankle
• Head and Neck
• Pelvis and Perineum
• Thorax and Abdomen
The models for each region allow users to choose from a variety of views, rotate at any point, and add or peel away layers of anatomy from skin to bone. All structures, including vessels and deep and superficial muscles, are modeled and can be labeled. Clicking on any structure within a model brings up supplemental text and links to additional diagrams, clinical and dissection slides, surface anatomy videos, and animations. The 2009 release features an updated interface that allows a larger viewing pane for the 3D views and animation, the ability to zoom in, rotation shortcuts, flip image functions, and easier navigation throughout the program.
This intensely detailed software package also includes corresponding MRI and cadaver images that show how the models compare to actual examples. Users can compare cross sections in the axial, sagittal, and coronal planes across many layers or slices. Instructors can copy, paste, or print images or animations to use in enhancing their presentations and handouts.
3D Human Anatomy, Regional Edition, is the essential addition to your anatomy library, providing hundreds of images and references at your fingertips.
Operating systems: Microsoft XP, Vista, or Mac OSX 10.3, 10.4, and 10.5
Processor speed: 1.5 GHz with 512 MB of RAM
Disk space: 200 MB
1024 x 768 screen resolution