Human Anatomy Atlas 2017 - Complete 3D Human Body

Developer: Visible Body

Current Version: 2017.2.12

Last Updated: 4 months ago

Download Size: 508.6 MB - Download

Description:

Human Anatomy Atlas 2017 Edition is the go-to 3D anatomy reference app for healthcare professionals, students, and professors. With comprehensive male and female 3D gross anatomy models, select microanatomy of the senses and tissues, cadaver slices and diagnostic images that are paired with 3D models, and 3D moving models of muscles and bones, it's a must-have study tool for anyone studying anatomy & physiology!

What do you get with Human Anatomy Atlas 2017?

Extensive library of content vetted by a team of medical experts
- Explore 6,000+ 3D anatomical structures in each model
- See structures from all body systems: nervous, skeletal, circulatory, muscular, digestive, urinary, lymphatic, endocrine, and reproductive
- Delve into the microanatomy of tissue and special organs, including the eye, ear, and tongue
- Watch muscle movements demonstrated in rotatable moving 3D models
- Compare models side-by-side with cadaver images and diagnostic images

Encyclopedic reference and study content, in 7 languages
- Detailed definitions, Latin names, and English pronunciations
- Descriptions of injuries, diseases, and pathologies
- 1,000+ question test bank for quizzing and improving anatomy mastery
- Language settings include English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Spanish, and simplified Chinese

Powerful search engine, preset views, and easy-add features
- Search or browse for the anatomy you need to study or show
- Add anatomy or dissect
- Save, annotate, and share visuals. Create a Favorites library.
- Use the Tour feature to create a visual presentation

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Most Helpful Reviews

5/5
Version 2017.2.12
Review by Mauvehead

Excellent - This app is great for self-diagnosis, especially for muscular related issues. I love the ability to animate muscular movements. Everything is very easy to read and see when scrolling around various systems (not sure why one of the other reviewers complained about visibility or readability as it is all very clear and distinct on my ’11 MBP). Great stuff. Also I really like the simplicity and WYSIWYG vibe of the user interface. There seems to be plenty of depth in this app if needed but it also seems easy to navigate without needing to dig through user manuals. I’m thinking this app will be very helpful in the future as a way to figure out aches, pains, various symptoms, etc. I also think this would be a great app for therapists or doctors who needed to put together animations of various parts of the body for patients. Again great stuff. Glad I bought this app.

Found helpful by 6 out of 7 people
2/5
Version 2017.2.12
Review by zero_operation

Poor graphic quality - I don’t know if its only in Mac but graphic quality is so bad. :(. Cant even see letters in descriptions.

Found helpful by 32 out of 41 people

More Reviews for Current Version

2/5
Version 2017.2.12
Review by Frizfrazz

Get the Iphone app instead - This app does have a few extra features than the iphone app but not $24 worth of extra features. I am a studnet in medical gross anatomy and my needs are sufficiently fulfilled by the $0.99 iphone atlas app. The graphics arent great on this computer version. Plus, the only way to really rotates and the body is to either slowly grab and move or use the on screen joysitck which is a pain to use. The iPhone app lets you use one or two fingers for controlling which makes it much more efficient. Also, this is a 2017 app where as you can get a 2018 version on your phone. if I had to set a price worth this app, itd be less than the phone app because i prefer that so much more over the computer version even though its a larger screen.

Found helpful by 8 out of 8 people
5/5
Version 2017.2.12
Review by Mauvehead

Excellent - This app is great for self-diagnosis, especially for muscular related issues. I love the ability to animate muscular movements. Everything is very easy to read and see when scrolling around various systems (not sure why one of the other reviewers complained about visibility or readability as it is all very clear and distinct on my ’11 MBP). Great stuff. Also I really like the simplicity and WYSIWYG vibe of the user interface. There seems to be plenty of depth in this app if needed but it also seems easy to navigate without needing to dig through user manuals. I’m thinking this app will be very helpful in the future as a way to figure out aches, pains, various symptoms, etc. I also think this would be a great app for therapists or doctors who needed to put together animations of various parts of the body for patients. Again great stuff. Glad I bought this app.

Found helpful by 6 out of 7 people
4/5
Version 2017.2.12
Review by Dexter checkout supervisor

its good - I like it

Found helpful by 6 out of 30 people
5/5
Version 2017.2.12
Review by Efire02

GREAT APP - I LOVE THIS APP ITS THE BEST U WILL LOVE IT

Found helpful by 5 out of 27 people
3/5
Version 2017.2.12
Review by Arobase1976

Good app, but could use better UI and support for “Retina” display. - There is a wealth of information and 3D virtual anatomy to explore here. Sadly, where the developers exceed expectations in some areas, they have also set an underwhelming standard in what appears to be an outdated presentation. The user interface elements and the anatomical renderings all seem to be built for a time when high definition displays weren’t the standard. In addition, it would be useful if there were a tool that would make it easier to perform a sort of virtual disection. The multi-select tool serves this purpose to some extent, but it is a cumbersome and tedious process when attempting to “cut away” elements with the precision and ease of, say, a virtual scalpel or reciprocating saw. In all, the bad undoes the good here, giving this app “just okay” ratings, in my opinion. Perhaps some might find it fastidious to poo-poo an app that does, indeed, have great potential, citing that I’m likely a whinny specimen of a generation who expects everything to be up to the standards of the latest and greatest... I would counter, however, that if an app claims to be the “go to” app for medical professionals, while proporting to be relevant in the year 2017, as the name of the app suggests, then the standards of the day need also apply. If the developers were to improve the look of the app, bringing the visuals to the HD/Retina display standard, and fix some minor interface issues of this app, I would gladly recant on this miserly review and give the developers a deserving 5/5 stars.

Found helpful by 1 out of 1 people
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