Anatomy Human 3D is an interactive visual search tool that allows users to explore the human body in 3-D. With easy-to-use navigation, users can search multiple layers of the human anatomy, view systems and organs down to their smallest parts, and understand in detail how the human body works.
✔ Anatomy Human 3D like great clarity images of 180+ Human Body Organ Parts with over 1500+ text characters of detailed information includes:
* Head : Brain, Eyes, Ear, Sinus, Throat,
* Chest: Heart, Lung,
* Abdomen: Liver, stomach, Kidney,
* Arm: Shoulder, Elbow, Hand,
* Pelvis:Reproductive, Bladder,
* Spine: Neck, Upper Back, Lower Back,
* Leg: Knee, Foot,
✔Using detailed 3-D models of body parts-including skin, muscles system, skeletal system, nervous system, cardiovascular system, veins, bones, and organs-3D Anatomy offers a new way to visualize and manage your health.
✔ See how the coronary artery delivers blood to the heart, and learn how plaque build-up on artery walls leads to heart disease. Locate the exact location of a pulled muscle or broken bone, and find information on how to prevent injuries. View a cross-section of the human brain, and learn which areas control certain emotions and body functions...
✔ By offering rich, detailed anatomical images alongside links to relevant and useful health information, 3D Anatomy allows you to lean about your body and your health in a personalized and revolutionary new way.
HOW TO USE:
✔ Start by choosing a View from the hundreds of thumbnails organized regionally and by anatomical system.
✔ Further adjust the structure image by rotating , zooming, drag to study the human anatomy from any angle.
✔ Read detail definitions for any of the organs structures, custom your note.
WHO USE IT?
With its comprehensive content and dynamic interface, Anatomy Human 3D is a great app for anyone interested to learn full human body and their functions!
Anatomy Human 3D gives you the power to explore all systems of the human body. Use it for:
• General anatomy and physiology
• Patient education
• Teaching demonstrations
• Student reference
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