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Apps for Mobile Devices: Anatomy Apps

This libguide lists apps available from the Library as well as free apps for mobile devices.

Anatomy Apps

  • IMAIOS e-anatomy  IMAIOS e-Anatomy allows you to carry around the most complete reference for human anatomy on your mobile device. Features modules of the head and neck, thorax, abdomen, pelvis, and spine, as well as osteoarticular.
  • Atlas of Anatomy by Gilroy   Formulate a thorough three-dimensional understanding of the human body with the Thieme version of Atlas of Anatomy by Gilroy et al. Conduct more than 80 serial dissections with just the slide of a finger, or strip off the labels of nearly 500 high-resolution Test Yourself diagrams to see what you know. It's a beautiful way to learn
  • Netter's Clinical Anatomy   With over 300 interactive diagrams, Netter's Clinical Anatomy on KCU E-Books is one of the most engaging ways to learn human anatomy. Strip away the labels on anatomical diagrams to test your knowledge and take USMLE®-style quizzes that provide feedback on the spot.
  • Visible Body 3D Human Anatomy Atlas Worldwide #1 medical iPad app bestseller. Includes complete, anatomically correct models of over 3,400 structures in the male AND female human body.
  • Muscle System Pro III Developed in collaboration with Stanford University's School of Medicine, Muscle System Pro III is used by most universities and is now the standard learning/reference tool for students and medical professionals.
  • Anatomy Lectures Topics in Focus Learn human anatomy with this app - our series of 38 mini-lectures, each focusing on a single topic of human anatomy.
  • Monster Anatomy HD: Upper/Lower Limb Monster Anatomy - Upper Limb is an interactive lower limb radiology atlas developed in the Medical Imaging Department of the University Hospital Center of Nancy, France, under the supervision of Professor Alain Blum. This application is designed for healthcare professionals (Radiologists, General Practitioners, Orthopedists, Surgeons, Physiotherapists among others) as well for students, as a reference and learning tool.
  • Muscle & Bone Anatomy 3D A useful reference tool for anyone interested in the human musculo-skeletal system. Featuring five different ways to learn about the body: the viewer, actions, 3-D models, six types of quizzes, and media.
  • Gray’s Anatomy for Students Gray’s Anatomy for Students is one of the most accessible and readable anatomy texts, filled with over 1000 innovative and beautiful full-color illustrations that make anatomy come alive. The text is a clinically-oriented, student-friendly textbook of human anatomy. Using a regional approach, the text progresses through the body in a logical fashion, building on the body’s complexity as the reader becomes more comfortable with the subject matter.
  • Netter's Anatomy Flash Cards Navigate through 324 fully annotated images with the flick of a finger. Create your own pinpoints and labels to mark the structures you need to know. Zoom and pan images and view text associated with each image detailing areas of origin, insertion, action, innervation and anatomical relevance.

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