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I want to learn the human anatomy by apps, I have mac.
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Essential Anatomy. Pretty much the only decent one I think for gross anatomy.
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Essential Anatomy. Pretty much the only decent one I think for gross anatomy.
I just got this last night and it is sooo good. Might just save me in my upcoming exams!
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I just got this last night and it is sooo good. Might just save me in my upcoming exams!
Took me far too long to figure out how to pan across the body though! For ages I thought it was the least intuitive thing ever until I discovered the Ctrl button :P
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Took me far too long to figure out how to pan across the body though! For ages I thought it was the least intuitive thing ever until I discovered the Ctrl button :P
Oh I just got it on the iPad.

It is great for isolating each muscle and seeing exactly where it attaches and the size of the muscle. I'm very glad we don't need to learn all the insertions and origins though!

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Is this the £18.99 one on the App Store by 3D4Medical?


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Is this the £18.99 one on the App Store by 3D4Medical?


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Yeah(essential anatomy 5). It seems ridiculously expensive but think of it like a textbook.
I wasn't convinced until I bought it.

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My only issue so far is there are no labels for the various tubercles, notches, fossas, grooves etc on the bones

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Yeah(essential anatomy 5). It seems ridiculously expensive but think of it like a textbook.
I wasn't convinced until I bought it.

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Cool, thanks


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My only issue so far is there are no labels for the various tubercles, notches, fossas, grooves etc on the bones

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Also a minor irritant is that you can only view one label at a time. It'd be nice if you had a label selected that other connected parts were also greyed out and labelled for example. Would just help quite a bit to get the overall gist of the system.
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Also a minor irritant is that you can only view one label at a time. It'd be nice if you had a label selected that other connected parts were also greyed out and labelled for example. Would just help quite a bit to get the overall gist of the system.
there is multiselect key, is it what you mean?
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there is multiselect key, is it what you mean?
I know you can manually select multiple options, but what I'd prefer is that you single-click the patella, for example, and then have a mode where all the surrounding (connecting) structures are highlighted as well, and labelled. So you'd be able to see major blood vessels (in the vessels mode) or connective tissue, or muscles and so on.
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