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Webinar: Microanatomy

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A couple of weeks back we had one of our most successful webinars to date. Ellie Fahy, who leads the microanatomy project on Complete Anatomy, gave us an overview of our current Detailed Models in-app, in addition to a sneak peek of some of our upcoming models.READ POST

Sneak peek: Colon microanatomy model

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In one of our previous snippets, we explored the large intestine and how each component of the digestive system plays a role in breaking down the food we eat, transforming the end product into nutrients used by the body for many important functions.READ POST

Muscle compartments of the leg

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For the final instalment of our examination of the muscular compartments let’s dive into the divisions of the leg. As we said before, the leg is divided into three muscular compartments, however this can sometimes be classified as four muscle groups.READ POST

Muscle compartments of the Thigh

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Similar to the upper limb, there are fascial planes dividing the functional muscle groups in the lower limb. Both the thigh and leg are divided into three separate compartments.READ POST

Webinar: Remote learning with Complete Anatomy

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Earlier this month, product expert Lindsay Brandes gave us the ultimate guide on remote learning with Complete Anatomy. It was our most attended webinar to date, and covered a range of topics, including creating content, sharing content and remote student assessment.READ POST

Muscle compartments of the upper arm

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The muscles of the limbs are divided into discrete compartments. Over the course of the next few weeks we will learn about each of these individual collections of muscle in detail and delve into the benefits and drawbacks of having such segregation. READ POST