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Explain injuries, conditions and treatments more effectively with this accurate visual tool.

Aid your interpretation of MR by comparing the 3D model with MR slices in three planes.

Transform your presentations and lectures. Use easy edit functions to export

Make teaching and learning enjoyable!

View the spine in detailed 3D with this teaching, training and reference tool.
3D models include all individual anatomical features of the entire vertebral column and
spinal cord - choose views of the enire spine or focus on cervical, thoracic, lumbar and sacral regions.

All structures have accompanying text and links to additional images and video
clips including labelled dissections, annotated illustrations and clinical slides.

Detailed and labeled cross section anatomy can be viewed in 3 planes and
compared with equivalent MRI in up to 20 slices.

View clear, detailed and accurate 3D modeling of the key anatomy of the thorax and abdomen..
Choose from highly detailed and labeled views of the thorax, abdomen, internal organs
(heart, lungs, intestines, diaphragm and liver), surface features and bone regions.

Interactive functions allow you to rotate any anatomical view 360 degrees or add and remove layers.

Clicking on a feature will bring up hot links to all relating text, dissection slides,
clinical slides and illustrations and simple edit functions allow you to export and
print any image from the software for use in your own presentations, patient education and student handouts.

The MRI section looks within the joint itself and compares MR slices in 3 planes
(axial, sagittal and coronal) with the equivalent slice through the 3D model in up to 15 slices.

View the hand and wrist in detailed 3D with this teaching, training and reference tool.
3D models include all individual anatomical features. Choose from many views and isolate
particular areas including individual models of the hand, wrist, palm and fingers.
Peel away layers of anatomy from skin to bone and rotate the model at any stage to view
and identify any anatomical structure.

Detailed and labeled cross section anatomy of the wrist can be viewed in 3 planes and compared
with equivalent MRI in up to 20 slices.