Understanding “Whiplash”

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The term “Whiplash” is commonly used to describe a hyperextension injury of the neck. It is a non-medical term that describes the sudden whipping movement of the head and neck upon impact.READ POST

Cadavers in Anatomy Education

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The earliest documented cadaveric dissection by a medical student was performed in the 16th century but there is no doubt that the practice is even older than that.READ POST

NEW: Detailed Clitoris & Ovarian Cycle

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Our new gross model is the most advanced 3D depiction of the female body on the market, but for some tissues and organs, a gross model just isn’t enough to teach a level of important detail that we believe is lacking in currently available resources. This December, we release 2 new detailed models on the platform; the Ovarian Cycle and the Cross Section of Penis & Clitoris.READ POST

NEW: Female Model Atlas Screens

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Hi there, I’m Olivia. I’m a Teaching Fellow in Anatomy at the University of Edinburgh, and I work with Compete Anatomy to create educator-focused content. I’ve been working on the collaboration between Complete Anatomy and the Gray’s family of products and I’m delighted to be able to tell you about a new update that has just landed on the platform!READ POST