The SecondLook™ Musculoskeletal Anatomy application is a review resource that provides a series of anatomical slides for users to self-test their level of knowledge and ability to recognize key human musculoskeletal structures and understand important clinically-relevant concepts. The slides in the SecondLookTM Musculoskeletal Anatomy application feature images from the University of Michigan Medical School's Anatomy & Plastination Labs. The SecondLookTM Musculoskeletal Anatomy Lite application is free to download and comes with representative sample pages. The complete SecondLookTM Musculoskeletal Anatomy mobile application can be purchased and contains sets covering the osteology of upper and lower limbs, the soft tissues of upper and lower limbs, and the human torso including superficial back anatomy at a level pertinent to first year medical students, nursing students, and other learners of the medical sciences. It allows users to review, self-evaluate, and test their knowledge of musculoskeletal human anatomy in order to be better prepared for examinations.
• Minor content updates
• Revised interface that will make navigating the app easier
• Swipe navigation between slide
• App performance improvements
Ratings and Reviews
High value musculoskeletal anatomy review app
Similar to the other apps in this series, this app provides a quick and efficient review of the essential material that a students needs to know before taking an examination on the subject. Human musculoskeletal anatomy is an essential subject for many biomedical students and this app speak to many different groups of students, medical, nursing, kinesiology and other students. I especially like the clinical vignettes associated with the different anatomical structures. The images are not pretty drawings or computer simulations, but the real thing a student would encounter in an anatomy lab. This app stands out from the many apps available for human anatomy.
Excellent adjunct to Anatomy course
Students are always looking for interactive ways to test their knowledge and this app does just that. The images are clean and clear, the dissections are great, and the questions are well-thought out and appropriate for a graduate-level anatomy course with clinical emphasis. I always want my students to be assessing their own learning, and the full version of this app is such a nice tool to have while learning MSK anatomy. I think this app is also very useful for residents, especially in fields like PM&R. Once again, Michigan nails it!
Best anatomy images
Prior to finding this app, I was disappointed with any collection of anatomy images I could find. I do love netter's, but there are many times that the drawings simply do not do justice to the true 3D complexity of the human body. Any images I could find online were messy and impossible to discern the details of different structures. In this app, everything is clear and well marked. Well worth the download!
- The University of Michigan
- 13.2 MB
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- You must be at least 17 years old to download this app.
- Frequent/Intense Medical/Treatment Information
- © The Regents of the University of Michigan
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.