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Nothing else has come close to bridging that gap between the real human cadaveric dissection experience and trying to figure out what a structure is by looking at a picture.MORE CUSTOMER STORIES
1,500+ Clinical videos
Sharing & Collaboration
...all plans include the core atlas features
With the Educator license, over 2,000 preset dissections called Screens are ready for you to incorporate into your students' learning material, or to edit and tweak to suit your needs
Choose from over 1,500 audio and visual recordings of medical and anatomical topics, made by academic experts, and ready to be incorporated into your learning materials.
The Educator license comes with over 200 hours of interactive, expert-led lectures in the form of Courses, which can be shared directly with students, incorporated into your course content, or edited to suit your teaching and learning outcomes.
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Educators can choose from hundreds of preset quizzes to push to their students - then view the results in your dashboard.
Create your own content to incorporate into your lectures.
Bring Complete Anatomy into your classroom, demonstrate virtual dissections for your students or peers, or build the platform into your slideshow at a conference to engage your audiences.
On top of the standard atlas material, Educators get access to an additional 2,500 high-quality, interactive learning resources; these are the building blocks from which Courses on topics such as ultrasound and clinical correlates are assembled. Feeling creative? Educators can also use the in-app toolset to create their own resources from scratch.
Track your students' progress on quizzes and digital attendance at lectures, then intervene at the right time.
Collaboration & organisation
Collaborate with fellow lecturers, create and publish your own course, and share with your students once you are ready.
Learn more about Curriculum Manager here.
Gross Anatomy Model
Present with confidence knowing that Complete Anatomy's male gross anatomy model is the gold standard in anatomical education. The team has created a model based on anatomical papers, classic textbooks and scan data to provide you with the closest thing to a real human body in digital format.
Introduce your students to physiological concepts with the detailed microscopic models, which describe the tissues and cells of important anatomical structures.
Take the pain out of teaching cross-sectional anatomy with our dynamic Cross-Sections feature.
Teach female pelvic anatomy with ease knowing that you have an anatomical model with the same breadth and depth of information as classic textbooks.
Give your students a deeper understanding of the cardiac cycle with a realtime beating heart.
Help your students understand anatomy by showing them the function of each muscle of the human body with realtime muscle motion animations.
Unlock your inner anthropologist and teach your students the parts, surfaces and landmarks of each bone in the body with easy-to-read interactive spots.
Engage students by illustrating the nerve supply to any muscle in the human body in 3D, using the innervation pathway tool.
Help your students quickly identify the arteries and nerves which supply any muscle in the human body with this handy tool.
Insertion & origin
Use Complete Anatomy as an interactive origin and insertion map for every muscle in the human body to help your students learn.
Isolate Body Region
Teaching anatomy regionally? Focus on what's important by isolating the region you are teaching with Complete Anatomy.
Supplement cadaveric study with virtual dissections in multiuser AR mode. Take control of the model, selecting, exploding and labelling structures in realtime as students follow on their own devices. Perfect for problem-based learning, workshops and virtual cadaveric labs. Check device compatibility
Encourage your students to explore the model layer by layer, with 12 anatomically accurate systems, designed from the bones up.
Skeletal and Connective Tissue Systems
Teach your students the fundamentals of the skeletal system, and categorize into the axial and appendicular skeleton. Then use the model to explain how the intricate connective system holds it all together, creating the many types of joints in the human body.
Complete Anatomy provides your students with an accurate representation of each muscle, detailed written content and quick visualizations of important concepts such as nerve and arterial supply, and muscle function.
Teach your students the branches of the external carotid artery, or the venous drainage of the descending colon. Just like in the dissection lab, cut the heart open to explore the differences of each ventricle.
Complete Anatomy has a comprehensive representation of the lymphatic system, not only with key nodes students should be aware of, but also surrounding vessels which help demonstrate a clear drainage path in relation to surrounding structures.
If you want to clearly teach your students the contributing nerves to the Sacral plexus or the branches of the Trigeminal nerve — you have the perfect tool with Complete Anatomy.
Teach your students the correct segments of the bronchial tree and the lobes of each lung, along with the correct bronchial and pulmonary blood supply. With the newly modelled thorax, you can also describe the relation of the pleura membranes to the lungs and mediastinum.
Important anatomical concepts of the digestive system and abdomen can be easily taught with Complete Anatomy. Use the app to describe to students how the cystic and hepatic ducts unite to form the common bile duct and its correct pathway to the pancreas. The new female model has an accurate representation of the sigmoid mesocolon and surrounding peritoneum.
Easily teach your students key learning points in both the male and female urogenital systems. Show a 3D representation of the broad ligament, to explain a concept that can be difficult to grasp. Easily follow the pathway of the urethra through the prostate gland in the male. Compare and contrast the external urethra sphincter in both sexes.
Explain the functions of the integumentary system and the different layers of the skin with the microscopic model as well as dermatomes.
Use Tools to make dissections and incorporate into your lesson plans to give students a well-rounded visual understanding. Available on iPad, Mac and Windows versions.
Use the pen tool to highlight important areas of interest to your students.
Simulate dissecting a cadaver with the cut tool.
Add extra information for your students by typing a note and adding it to your model position.
Attach labels to highlight important structures.
Describe the effects of a fracture on bone and their surrounding structures.
Explain pathologies by modelling cell growth on model structures.
Explain in detail to your students the effects of arthritis with 3D bone spurs.
Demonstrate points of pain on the model for your students.
Create a portal view through the body to see and select layers of the anatomy beneath the surface.
Import diagrams and images for a more in-depth explanation.
Sketch your thoughts to further reinforce a point.
Choose from over 1,500 videos to include in your lesson plans, and give students an overview into relevant pathologies and procedures to supplement problem-based learning.
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Provide extra learning material for your students to understand the effects of disease on the heart with 60+ cardiological videos.
Supplement your lessons with over 170 detailed videos on dentistry.
Provide your students a more in-depth look at muscle movement with over 900 videos covering muscle stretches and exercises.
Supplement your lesson with a high-level 1 minute video highlighting key aspects of a surgery or treatment. The top 35 ophthalmology conditions and treatments are included in the Educator license.
Give your students an in-depth understanding of orthopedic procedures such as carpal tunnel syndrome with a selection of over 400 videos on the topic.
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