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Levy Library Resource Spotlight: Complete Anatomy

by Angelyn Thornton on 2020-09-02T12:00:00-04:00 | Comments

 

 

Complete Anatomy 20 is the world’s most advanced and best-selling 3D anatomy platform, with over 13,000 interactive structures and a living, beating, dissectible human heart in full 3D. This interactive mobile app allows users to view and manipulate 12 body systems: Skeletal, Muscular (7 layers), Connective Tissue, Arterial (including the heart), Venous, Lymphatic, Nervous (including the brain), Respiratory, Digestive, Endocrine, Urogenital, and Integumentary. Supplementary tools include cutting, labeling, bone spurs, screen recordings, quiz creation, plus more.

 

Providing some of the highest resolution images and 3D animations possible, the Complete Anatomy Platform is used by over 250 top medical universities around the world with learning tools covering over 13,000 anatomical structures. First-year medical students, in particular, will find this app to be a great way to get the ball rolling with their studies and help them to learn anatomy basics. Plus, this is just the beginning of all the wonderful study tools and resources available through The Levy Library!

 

 

The Complete Anatomy app is available for iPhone/iPad and Android devices. View Complete Anatomy 20 activation instructions to set up your device. You must have a Mount Sinai email address to use this mobile app.

 

Want to browse other mobile apps to enhance your remote learning? Visit our apps page!


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