Interactive reference with 3D rotational models, free 1247 Gray's anatomy images add-on, a muscle highlighting tool, muscle action movies, full description and audio pronunciation.
• Winners for 2011-2014 in Best Medical App (awarded by http://bestappever.com)
• Visual Anatomy is recommended by top U.S.-licensed doctors on HealthTap (https://www.healthtap.com/#apps/375/promote)
• Support English, French, Spanish and German languages
Visual Anatomy is an interactive reference, and education tool. It contains more than 500 high-resolution images (plus 141 single muscle images) and more than 850 feature points which can be interactively selected. Each feature has its own label and short description. Major muscles have action animations. The app also has search function which can be used as searching the labels of all feature points. In addition, 6 quizzes with 150 multi-choice questions also are included. It also has all Gray's anatomy images for a quick review.
••Differences between paid version and Lite (Free) version••
1. Paid version has deep muscles and muscle index table with audio.
2. Paid version has more than 100 major muscle action movies.
3. Paid version has more than 200 bone markers.
4. Paid version has audio pronunciation for all anatomy terms.
5. Paid version has 150 more quizzes.
6. Paid version has all 1247 Gray's images.
7. Paid version has more 3D models.
This app’s primary use is as a learning tool but can also be used for any professional who needs the occasional reminder. Additionally, this app is ideal for physicians, educators or professionals, allowing them to visually show detailed areas to their patients or students - helping to educate or explain conditions, ailments and injuries. It can be also used as human anatomy guide or anatomy dictionary.
• No internet connection is required.
• Tap and Pinch Zoom - zoom into and identify any region, bone or other feature by tapping on the screen.
• 3D rotational models
• Quick Navigation - jump to a different system or organ by selecting the thumbnail.
• Great for learning anatomy and physiology
• Audio: Pronunciation guide for all anatomy terms.
• High-resolution images.
• Free periodic updates.
1. Organ 3D overview
2. One of main sections - Muscles. It have 145 muscles including full description (ORIGIN, INSERTION, NERVE, ACTIONS) and cover all superficial muscles and most of deep muscles. A muscle index table with 145 single muscle images.
3. One of main sections - Bones with some bone markers.
Skeleton overview, Skull, Inferior and Superior skull,Neck Bones, Spinal Column, Ribs, Pelvic Girdle, Hand Bones, Foot Bones. It also includes ligaments in knee, shoulder and ankle joints.
4. Respiratory System(overview), Lung,
5. Digestive System(overview), Liver,
6. Urinary System,
7. Nervous System(overview), Brain, Central Nervous System,
8. Reproductive System (Male and female),
9. Senses (Finger, Hand, Ear ,Mouth, Nasal Cavity, Nose, Tongue,Human Denture)
10. Circulatory system. (Principle Veins and Arteries, Heart Anatomy, Head vessels)
11. Endocrine System (overview)
12. 6 quizzes with 150 multi-choice questions
13. 1247 Gray's anatomy images.
When you input more than one characters, the search function automatically gives a list of potential key words. You can just select one of them from the list. The result will be the feature point on the anatomy image and label.
I'm open to suggestions so don't hesitate to send me an e-mail if you have some feedback.
Major update: 1. Add muscle action animations. They are in the muscle index table or press single muscle button. 2. Fix sound and model rotation in iPad.
Ratings and Reviews
Needs some work but very good overall
I really enjoy this app for my anatomy and physiology but it doesn’t go into as much detail as our classes are requiring. For the skull, arm bones, leg bones and pelvis they require us to learn the specific markings on the bones. It would be really nice if the bone markings could be incorporated into the entire skeletal system. A quiz that has you tap the places on the body would be nice. If you are studying a section such as the skull it would be helpful if a quiz gave a question asking where (for example) the frontal bone is, and on the skeleton you had to select it. Otherwise the app is very pleasant and it has helped quite a bit with learning some of the larger and smaller parts of the body. Thank you
Wow... that escalated quickly! Exactly what I was looking for to assist with an accredited CPT program.
As soon as I opened the full version, I was blown away. And the price tag was exponentially more appealing than it's competitors, with their "in-app purchases". All parts are quickly searchable, and one can both quickly and easily navigate through systems. The animated muscle action examples are amazing, as well, but primary function could be 'highlighted' in some way.
Great for students, teachers, or anyone who wants to understand anatomy!!!!
I teach anatomy and physiology in high school and this app is marvelous. The kids think it's cool, I think it's cool, and they are always coming up and showing me something that isn't in the book and where it is on their body, which I love!!!
- YingLiang Ma
- 215.2 MB
- Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- English, French, German, Spanish
- Age Rating
- Rated 12+ for the following:
- Infrequent/Mild Sexual Content and Nudity
- Infrequent/Mild Medical/Treatment Information
- © 2012-2017 Education Mobile Inc.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.