Alkek Library News

Monday, January 07, 2008

Library Adds, an Interactive 3D Model of Human Anatomy is a suite of 3D interactive models of human anatomy and pathology. Users may zoom, rotate and peel away layers to learn or visually communicate anatomical structures and kinetic functions.

The nine anatomy modules consist of Foot, Hand & Forearm, Head & Nec, Hip, Knee, Pelvis & Perineum, Shoulder, Spine, Thorax and Abdomen. Each module has multiple Layers or Views and all come with MRIs and quizzes. Depending on the module, there may also be 3D animations, slides, videos, or X-rays. The interactive functional anatomy module provides a full skeleton with content on bones, ligaments and muscles. The accompanying text highlights attachments, innervations, blood supply, primary actions, gross motor movement and common injuries/pathologies.



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