have allowed me to clearly understand the functions that each structure has.
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How would you like to visualize the nerve supply to any muscle in 3D, then follow its path back to its spinal origin? Now you can.
Prepare for labs with Cadaveric Courses
Identify structures by comparing the model with cadaveric images.
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Explore layer by layer
Start with the skeleton and work your way up by turning on/off individual layers and systems, helping you explore anatomically-accurate, photorealistic structures.
Gross Anatomy Model
3D4Medical'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 for accurate study.
Go beyond gross anatomy and learn the function of the important tissues and cells which make up your muscles, bone, skin, nerves and much more.
Explore the most realistic and detailed female anatomical model available. Understand the component parts of the broad ligament, the changes of the uterine tube, the supporting endopelvic fascia, or any concept your teacher throws at you.
View the different stages of the cardiac cycle in action and get a clear picture of how the blood moves through with the realtime beating heart.
Get a better understanding of muscle anatomy, origin and insertions, by understanding the function of each muscle with realtime muscle motion animations.
Don't just scratch the surface but also learn the parts, landmarks, and OI spots of each bone in the body.
Make studying easier by quickly viewing the nerves which supply any muscle of the human body with the innervation pathway tool.
Visualize and actively trace the origin path of arteries and nerves, and their supply, to every muscle in the human body.
Insertion & origin
Visualize the origin and insertion of each muscle in the human body for easy reference.
Isolate Body Region
Are you learning the upper limb this semester? Then for ease of use, isolate the same region in Complete Anatomy and focus on what's important.
Make the most of your study groups with AR mode. Learn together as someone takes control of the model, selecting, exploding and labelling structures in realtime for the best learning experiences.
Explore the model layer by layer with 12 body systems recently redesigned from the bones up for anatomical accuracy.
Skeletal and Connective Tissue Systems
Don't know the difference between flat bones and short bones? Use the app to understand how the skeletal system is broken up and categorized into the axial and appendicular skeleton. Then study how the intricate connective system holds it all together, creating the many types of joints in your body.
Understand the muscles from the mimetic muscles of facial expression, to the layers of the abdominal wall, and how they interrelate to make up the inguinal canal.
Explore the entire cardiovascular system as you follow the major arterial and venous supply to all muscles and organs in the body. Dissect the heart with the Cut tool to explore each of its four chambers, and use the microscopic model of an artery and vein to compare and contrast the layers of which they're comprised.
No need to ignore lymphatics in class anymore, as with Complete Anatomy, the key lymph nodes and associated vessels are clearly represented, showing their drainage pathways. Now with the relevant microscopic model, explore the cells that make up a lymph node and the difference between its afferent and efferent vessels.
Explore both the central and peripheral nervous system from the brain to the sacral plexus. Nerves are clearly laid out from their origins to the organs they innervate. Plexuses are easier to understand when you can break them up into their individual components. Now with the nerve microscopic model you can explore the different type of axons found in the peripheral nerve, and the function of the myelin sheath.
Explore the model to follow the upper respiratory tract, including the nasal mucosa and larynx, down to the lower respiratory tract, where the bronchial tree reaches its respective lobes and accurately subdivides into its segments. Go further with the alveoli microscopic model to understand the process of gas exchange.
Complete Anatomy offers a fully interactive representation of the digestive system. Explore the main gastrointestinal tract, where the stomach can be dissected to reveal its muscular layers and how they contribute to the pylorus, and continue to the duodenum. All major accessory digestive organs are included in impressive detail from the liver, gallbladder and pancreas.
With Complete Anatomy, students can study both the male and female urogenital systems. Compare and contrast the pathway of the urethra in both sexes. With the new female pelvis, you can explore key learning points such as the cervical fornices, the shape of the uterine cavity, the changes in thickness of the muscular uterine tube and a realistic cross section of the ovary.
Never forget your dermatomes with Complete Anatomy's dermatome map. Use the microscopic model to learn the different layers and structures found within the skin.
Simulate body conditions and details using a suite of innovative Tools, allowing you to dissect right through the body, without being in the lab. Available on iPad, Mac, iPhone and Windows, with Android coming soon.
Draw on the model or screen for your own reference or to then share with your study group.
Prepare for labs by cutting through the layers and exploring the relationships between structures.
Add your own notes during a lecture and attach the textbox to your model position to recap later.
Attach labels to highlight and save your view of a structure.
Visualize injuries and conditions by cutting bones in the style of a fracture.
Simulate pathologies by modelling cell growth on model structures.
Draw 3D bone spurs directly onto the skeleton and model the effects of arthritis.
Illustrate and animate points of pain on the model.
Create a portal view through the body to see and select layers of the anatomy beneath the surface.
Import images from books for reference.
Sketch your handwritten notes or drawings to remember key details.
These videos will give you an overview of the key points of a condition or treatment useful for problem-based learning.
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Get an in-depth understanding of how diseases effect the heart.
Get a greater understanding of diagnostics, prevention, conditions and implications of procedures.
Take a look at the muscles in action.
Take a closer look at the inner working of the eye and possible treatment options.
Get an in-depth understanding of orthopedic procedures such as carpal tunnel syndrome.
Preset atlas of anatomical dissections and prosections, supplemented with detailed text to help you understand complex topics and concepts.
Get access to a wide range of anatomy tutorials on complex topics and structures, created by anatomy experts. Learn more with realtime annotations, visuals and audio.
Get detailed and in-depth understanding of a wide range of anatomical concepts including Cadaveric courses, created by medical and anatomy experts.
Test your knowledge and ability to identify structures with a large selection of questions.
Create content for in-depth learning or to share with a study group.
Available for download on iOS, macOS, Windows 10.
(with Android coming soon)