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Abrahams’ Clinical Human Anatomy

Abrahams’ Clinical Human Anatomy course includes 500 clinical images collected by the leading international anatomist Professor Peter Abrahams throughout his career. This interactive lecture series includes dynamic Screens covering essential clinical conditions which help you gain a better understanding of human anatomy by applying it to clinical practice. Correlate anatomy to clinical practice with a wealth of medical images, including X-RAY, MRI, CT, endoscopic, laparoscopic, cadaveric, ultrasound and clinical images, and explore pathologies in all regions of the body. The detailed model helps you to view the body in a more dynamic way to aid your understanding of anatomical relationships, and the excellent medical images allow you to master essential clinical conditions that every physician should know. The images utilized in the course screens correlate to the published Elsevier text McMinn & Abrahams’ Clinical Atlas of Human Anatomy.

Kinesiology Taping

This course looks at the benefits of kinesiology taping for the lower limb and pelvis. In this course, Aubrey details the different taping strategies for individual anatomical structures, and shows the different therapeutic techniques for specific injuries and dysfunctions. The course is supplemented with videos, detailed descriptions and rationale for the application of each taping procedure.

Point of Care Ultrasound

A supplemental anatomy course introducing the diagnostic imaging modality of ultrasound. Throughout this course the fundamental use and clinical application of ultrasound as a diagnostic tool will be explored through seven key examinations. In this course an overview of an e-FAST, AAA, Renal, Biliary, DVT, Basic Echo, and Lung scan will all be presented. Each scanning technique will introduce a relevant clinical case and guide course participants through the various relevant locations of interest and clinical concern.

Cadaveric Lab: Skeletal and Muscular Systems

A companion course to traditional anatomy lectures featuring detailed photographs of professionally dissected cadaveric tissue. The photographic library represents a comprehensive look at the human body through all body regions and systems. The course is designed to better prepare students in how to identify anatomical structures in embalmed human cadaveric specimens in either dissection or prosection based courses.

Undergraduate Human Anatomy

Undergraduate Human Anatomy is an interactive lecture based course studying terminology, tissues, skeleton, muscles, blood vessels, and nerves of the seven regions of the body. The regions of interest include: Back, Lower Limb, Upper Limb, Head/Neck, Thorax, Abdomen, and Pelvis. The focus of this course we will be to introduce many of the underlying concepts and principles related to human gross anatomy as appropriate for an undergraduate level of education.

Spine Pro

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Spine Pro III allows users to cut, zoom & rotate the spine for an in-depth look at it’s anatomy. Spine Pro III’s scalpel tool provides the ability to cut away different layers to reveal blood vessels, nerves, connective tissue, ligaments and three layers of muscle. It also offers views of each individual vertebra and includes images isolating elements of the spine, audio pronunciations and animations detailing major spine disease states and injuries/treatments. It is ideally suited for chiropractors, physical therapists, physicians and educators to explain spine conditions, ailments, injuries, and treatments to patients and/or students.
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360° Rotation & Slice

The Spine can be fully rotated with a quick swipe, users can also zoom in and out of the Spine. And rather than just the standard anatomical views, you can now observe the location of the Spine and its components from different angles such as inferior and superior views. Users can also slice the spine for transverse views of the spine and it’s areas (Cervical, Thoracic, Lumbar and Sacrum). And cross section views show all nervous, vascular and skeletal systems with detailed information at the touch of a pin.
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Layers, Index & Pins

Users can add and remove layers using the scalpel tool. And the ‘mix layers’ button can make one layer semitransparent, which is useful when comparing one layer against another layer. This app also includes alternative layers / maps which detail vessels and insertion and origin points. By pressing the index button the user is offered an index of the pins available. If a pin name is selected the app will take the user to that pin and label it or a user can simply press the pin button on the toolbar and it will show all the pins available on the current screen. On selecting the pin the user can view detailed information and add notes as well as create custom pins! The app can be further customized by using the settings button to turn on and off individual pins.
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Media & Animations

Users can access audio pronunciations for each label. There are also 48 spectacular animations detailing disease states and injuries/treatments as well as 42 animations showing muscle and skeletal movements. Also available are isolated images showing nerves, connective tissue, ligaments and muscles of the spine
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Illustrate & Quiz

Our pen tool allows users to draw on any screen image and then share it through email, Facebook or Twitter – a great aid for both study and consultations! Choose between a multiple-choice quiz format or our new drag-and-drop quiz format.

Shoulder Pro

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Developed in collaboration with Stanford University School of Medicine Shoulder Pro III gives users an in depth look at the shoulder allowing them to cut, zoom & rotate the shoulder. It provides multiple cross sections as well as the ability to cut away different layers revealing the muscles, blood vessels, nerves and connective tissue down to the skeleton. Shoulder Pro III also includes animations highlighting muscle movements and joint functions as well as images of every major nerve, muscle and vessel isolated.
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360° Rotate & Slice

Shoulder Pro III allows users to zoom in to and rotate the entire shoulder — stopping it at any angle with a simple tap or click. Graphical hints can be turned on or off and help guide the user for seamless navigation. And rather than just the standard anatomical views, you can view the shoulder from different angles such as Anterior, Lateral, Posterior, Medial. Users can slice the shoulder area with the simple stroke of a finger to get Coronal, Sagittal and Transverse cut views (where available). These views are fully labeled.
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Layers & Index

Users can add or remove up to 13 layers of muscles, vessels, and nerves using the scalpel tool. And the ‘mix layers’ button can make one layer semitransparent, which is useful when comparing one layer against another layer. Press the Index button and the user is offered an index of the pins available. Select a pin and the app will automatically take the user to that pin and label it. Or simply press the pin button on the floating toolbar and all available pins will instantly appear. Pins contain detailed information and you can add notes as well as create custom pins!
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Pin’s Additional Info, Media & Public Notes

As well as being able to view detailed information on a particular pin, the user can also add notes and create custom pins. In addition, the user can also access audio pronunciations and view additional images and/or animations for pins. The public notes feature allows users to view & create public notes on pins.
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Illustrate & Quiz

Our pen tool allows users to draw on any screen image and then share it through email, Facebook or Twitter – a great aid for both study and consultations! Choose between a multiple-choice quiz format or our new drag-and-drop quiz format.

Radiology – Knee

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This app is a valuable learning and reference tool for radiologists, surgeons, medical students and nurses. Anyone with an interest in human anatomy will enjoy this application. Anatomically identical scans are labeled to allow for a unique ability to compare the same anatomical landmarks on different scan types.
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Navigate

Navigate through the knee by pulling a 3D plane (Axial, Coronal or Sagittal) through a 3D knee to virtually slice through the structures. The 3D Model of the knee also allows the user to easily identify the orientation and location of the scan. There are three planes that can be chosen, with 19 scans for each plane. These 171 images can be viewed in two different scan types, or in anatomical slices.
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Compare

Radiology – Knee contains two different scan types as well as anatomical slices. These scan types are: MRI PD and MRI T2. The scans and slices are available in all three planes: Axial, Coronal and Sagittal.
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Identify

Throughout the scans are 67 individual structures that can be identified by pressing on them. Each label comes with Latin nomenclature, text description and an audio pronunciation. Individual structures are grouped into 10 categories and each category can be turned on or off to allow for clearer identification of structures.