Author: 3D4Medical

Affairs of the heart

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❤️ Ever wondered why the symbol of the heart is so anatomically inaccurate to the real thing?? How can chemistry explain “What is love?” and the feeling of endearment?? What causes “broken-heart” syndrome? We like to look at affairs of the heart from a slightly different perspective. Read on to find out more. The origin […]READ POST

NEW Features to kick off 2021

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Transform your learning in 2021 with the world’s most advanced 3D anatomy platform. Let’s dive in to find out what new updates landed in January! New: Radiology region – upper limb See how you can study the radiology of the upper limb and correlate its structure to the 3D model. Facilitate your ability to link your […]READ POST

Ace your exams with Complete Anatomy: Meet Amy

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Amy Morgan is a second year medical student in Trinity College, Ireland. Learn first-hand from Amy how Complete Anatomy is helping her ace her med school exams. I’ve always wanted to be a doctor since I was probably seven or eight years old. I’ve always had a passion about how the body works and how […]READ POST

Introducing Presentation Mode

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Looking back over the last 12 months, 2020 has certainly been the year of the educator for us at Complete Anatomy HQ. The team have listened to your feedback and taken on board your suggestions in order to consistently enhance your user experience and deliver the best in 3D anatomy learning. READ POST

Another year on the world’s most advanced 3D anatomy platform

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What a year this has been! 2020 has brought so much uncertainty and change into our daily lives. Zoom and Facetime are our new normal, while TikTok keeps a smile on our faces. In what has been a crazy year, we want to look back at how Complete Anatomy has taken you to the next level in your learning.READ POST

Customer Success Story: Kevin McEvoy

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Kevin McEvoy is a New York based artist/teacher who studied classical drawing and painting in Italy. He uses Complete Anatomy to educate his students across the world to understand and explore constructive artistic anatomy concepts.READ POST

Respiratory infection route of COVID-19

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SARS-CoV-2 is the virus that causes the Coronavirus disease 2019, commonly referred to as COVID-19. The virus can enter the body through a number different tissues and organs. In this Complete Anatomy video, Dr. Jonathan Wisco of the Boston University School of Medicine walks us through the respiratory infection route for this disease.READ POST

Dive right into Complete Anatomy 2021

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Get ready to transform your learning with the world’s most advanced 3D anatomy platform. From the most detailed 3D models to expert-led learning content, PLUS our brand new Radiology feature, we’re sure to have you covered from the classroom right through to the clinic.READ POST