What we have here is an absolutely astounding anatomy reference app of 3D anatomical imagery that you can use on your iPad to gain a far better and more extensive understanding of the human musculoskeletal system.
I’ve come across several different anatomical reference apps over the past few months, and I have to say that I am thoroughly impressed with this addition. This is definitely one of the better apps of its kind that I’ve had the pleasure of using.
If you are serious about learning more about human anatomy then I personally think it’s well worth investing a few dollars in an interactive resource such as this, so it’s safe to say that this anatomy app definitely receives my recommendation.
Keep reading our Muscle and Bone Anatomy app review to learn more about this top iPhone app for anatomy. For more great apps like this one, check our list of the Best iPhone apps for Anatomy.
Muscle & Bone Anatomy 3D contains a great model viewer which provides a detailed three-dimensional view of the human body, displaying labels and full screen images of 145 muscles. Labels include the name, action, origin, insertion, and nerve supply for each muscle, along with additional comments.
There are seven 3D models in total, which you can rotate and manipulate to gain the best vantage point. There are also various points on the models which are designed to help you identify and better understand the function of various structures such as the ankle, knee, pelvis, and vertebrae.
Take Six Quizzes to Test Your Knowledge
The actions of the human musculoskeletal system are also split up into 37 different types, with a full breakdown of all of the muscles that perform each of them. Again, there are additional comments provided to further enlighten and elucidate.
Once you’ve given the models a once over, you’ll be pleased to know that you can test your knowledge and understanding with a number of quizzes. There are six quizzes in total, requiring that you correctly identify various structures by attaching the correct labels.
An amazing reference for anyone interested in the human musculoskeletal system
View seven detailed 3D models that can fully control to gain the best vantage point
Models cover the ankle, knee, pelvis, shoulder, face, hand, with an even more detailed look at the vertebrae
Enjoy 18 pages of label-matching quizzes to test your understanding of human anatomy
Choose from over 37 body actions, and learn about the muscles that perform them
Full screen images of 145 muscles each with the name, action, origin, insertion, nerve supply and comments
There is nothing negative to say about this app
Muscle & Bone Anatomy 3D has left me absolutely fascinated, and this is one of those iPad apps that has taken me thrice as long to review because I’ve been so busy playing with the models and reading about the various functions of the muscles in the body.
Whether you’re studying for a medical profession or you just have a hobbyist’s interests like me, I think you’ll find Muscle & Bone Anatomy 3D to be very, very interesting indeed. Be sure to check out our list of the Best iPad apps for Anatomy for more great apps.