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Tutorials

Navigating the Model

Get started with our 3D Model by learning how to rotate, zoom, pan and select.
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Infobox Overview

Learn about selecting from the model, view options, and system-specific functions.
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Pen

Draw directly on the model or on the screen with the Pen tool, allowing the flexiblity to annotate in the best way for you.
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Breadcrumb Trail

Quickly select parent groups of a selected structure using the Breadcrumb Trail.
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Home & Reset

Control the model’s position, structure visibility, and Tool work using Home, Reset, and Clear
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Recent

Follow your history of previously selected structures or structure groups with the Recent function.
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Got the latest update?

2.2

Released November 14, 2016
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  • Arterial Supply to Muscles: See the arteries that supply any muscle with the touch of a button, and trace these arteries back to the heart. Learn more
  • Edit Audio in Recordings: Hiccup during your Recording? No problem, re-record sections of your Recording’s audio. Learn more
  • Fast-forward Recordings: Jump straight to the section of the Recording that you need. Learn more
  • Ratings: Get useful information about how others in the community have rated Screens, Quizzes, Recordings and Lectures, then rate them yourself!
  • Alternative Names: Now use our smart search to find any structure, whether you search the official name, common alternative name or classic eponymous name. Also reveal a structure’s alternative names, where present, in the title area of its Infobox. Learn more about InfoboxLearn more about Search
  • Lymphatics: A variant of lymphatic classification entirely unique to 3D4Medical can be seen in the abdomen and thigh.
  • Heart: Experience our brand new, completely remodelled heart; more detailed and anatomically accurate than ever before! Explore three layers of pericardium, with new cuts and windows for better visualization of the intricate details of each chamber.
  • Thigh: Reconfigured with increased anatomical precision and accuracy, the updated architecture for the muscles of the thigh has allowed for the creation of intermuscular septae, allowing the correct course of arteries, veins, nerves and lymphatics respectively. Muscle origins and insertions have also been reconsidered to match the academic literature.
  • Pelvis: Following on from the recently updated abdomen content, the pelvic region follows suit with a redesign of the pelvic cavity, impacting a diverse range of structures from bones to vessels. The new placement of the psoas and ilacus muscles has allowed greater accuracy of the iliac vessels. Users will also benefit from an updated Sacral plexus, an area which students often struggle with.
  • Lungs: Updated to match the upgraded heart.
  • Muscular System: Reorganised and regrouped in line with anatomical literature.
  • Infobox: Reconfigurated for more intuitive navigation, and Muscle Innervation feature renamed to ‘Nerves’.
  • Screens: Introducing a more streamlined interface for viewing Screens to allow clearer focus on both the model and the Screen’s descriptive content.
  • Quiz: Super sleek new look for Quiz Overview and Quiz Results.
  • Breadcrumb Trail: Improved clustering of structures means more navigation options! Swipe the breadcrumb trail left and right to see the full path.
  • Pinch-to-Zoom (macOS): Use your Mac’s trackpad to zoom into the model with the pinch-to-zoom gesture.
  • Resolved compatibility issue with Mac firewall apps that would prevent the app from launching.
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FAQs

How much does Complete Anatomy cost?

The app is free to download, with access to the Skeleton and Connective Tissue systems, and limited access to the app’s Tools. To access the app’s premium content, you can upgrade for a one time, in-app purchase of $49.99 USD.

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How many systems are included in Complete Anatomy?

The app features the following 12 systems; Skeletal, Muscular (7 layers), Connective Tissue, Arterial (including the Heart), Venous, Lymphatic, Nervous (including the Brain), Respiratory, Digestive, Endocrine, Urogenital, and Integumentary.

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What device(s) is Complete Anatomy compatible with?

The app is currently compatible with iPad Pro (12″ and 9.7″), iPad Air 2, iPad Air, iPad Mini 4, and Mac computers.

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