Friday, April 24, 2009

Anatomy TV adds new content

Anatomy.tv is a detailed 3D interactive model of the Human Anatomy.



Models can be rotated 360 degrees to the left or right and layers of anatomy added or removed. The anatomy visuals are accompanied by three-dimensional animations that demonstrate function, biomechanics and surgical procedures. To supplement the core three-dimensional anatomy data are: MRI, quizzes, MCQ - multiple choice questions, anatomy layering, video clips, clinical slides, and dissections. There are 10 product demos of major areas of the body (head, shoulder, pelvis, etc.). Computer system requirements: You will need to allow pop-ups in your web browser.

Coming Soon:

Pelvic Floor Disorders DVD-ROM -This will include detailed and interactive 3D anatomy of the pelvis with a focus on the pelvic floor and clinically relevant views. Extensive Conditions Section will cover etiology, diagnosis and treatment/rehabilitation of common disorders with links to relevant anatomy and pathological imagery. Plus a text and image based Patient Education Section.

3D Anatomy for Speech Language Pathology DVD-ROM - Detailed and interactive 3D modelling of the head and neck area with a focus on anatomy most relevant to speech therapists: nasal and oral cavities, pharynx, larynx, respiratory system, ear, facial muscles and nervous system. Animated sequences that cover respiration and swallowing will be added as well as content suitable for patient education.

3D Anatomy for ENT DVD-ROM - Highly detailed anatomy of the head and neck with a focus on views of the ear, temporal bone, face, cranial nerves (esp. facial nerve), brainstem, larynx, neck, salivary glands, thyroid gland, lymph nodes, airway, pharynx, esophagus, tonsils, TMJ, facial skeleton, skull, teeth, nose, paranasal sinuses and vascular anatomy. Conditions and Procedures Section will include deformities, disorders of the facial nerve, thyroid, tonsils, salivary glands and esophagus and more.

Real Time Viewer: Dentistry - View and interact with a detailed model of the head as well as a tooth selector. Rotate, zoom in and out and choose what structures you want to add, remove or make transparent using real time functionality.


--Jimmie Lyn Harris, Connie Maxwell

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