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Skeleton Anatomy Atlas app review: comprehensive reference for healthcare professionals and students

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Introduction

Understanding the human anatomy is an uphill battle to most students and healthcare professionals due to the complex names and functions that one has to master. Visible Body has developed the iTunes application Skeleton Anatomy Atlas to help students and professionals easily and quickly understand the various parts of the body. For more great apps like this one, check our list of the Best iPhone apps for Anatomy.

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Skeleton Anatomy Atlas: Essential Reference for Students and Healthcare Professionals

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Best Anatomy Reference for Students and Health Personnel

Skeleton Anatomy Atlas is a smart iTunes application that is designed to provide users with accurate information on various parts of the body such as the skeletal system. Since its inception, it has experienced thousands of downloads from all across the globe. Unlike other apps, it goes a step further to provide detailed information about ligaments, cartilage, common diseases, as well as pronunciations.

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Currently, there are over 700 3D models to help you understand how each part of the body. Alongside each part, there is a description to help you learn how each of the parts function. This can help health personnel to correctly diagnose diseases, give the right medications to patients or serve as a quick refresher.

Your device does not have to be connected to the internet. This is because all the information is stored in a secure database. All you have to do is launch the app on your iPhone or iPad to access the information. The entire app is  138 MB in size and it will not slow down the your iDevice in any way.

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Best Features of Skeleton Anatomy Atlas iTunes Application

One of the supreme features is the 700 3D models used to illustrate the various parts of the body. You can zoom in or out on the models, as well as rotate them to get a clearer understanding of each part. Pronouncing some of the human anatomy words and diseases is not a walk in park either. Luckily, Skeleton Anatomy Atlas will not only give you information about various diseases and parts of the body but also accurate pronunciation tips.

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When preparing reports, you can use the app to create note cards for use in your presentations, if needed. The cards can also help you study for upcoming exams. If your friends also use the app, you can save some of the 3D models and share with them directly from the app in seconds

The developers have also compiled a number of tests that you can do to help you improve your understanding especially when preparing for exams. Health personnel can also take these quizzes to keep their memory of various aspects taught in school fresh in their minds.

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Skeleton Anatomy Atlas: Essential Reference for Students and Healthcare Professionals

Free

Pros and Cons

Pros

  • Over 700 3D models of various parts of the body
  • No internet connection is required
  • You can zoom in, out and even rotate the models to get a clear view
  • Ability to create note cards for study or presentation
  • Save and share screenshots with friends
  • Quizzes to test your knowledge

Cons

  • It does not cover all bacterial diseases

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Final Thoughts

Skeleton Anatomy Atlas is a reliable app that you can use to better comprehend the human anatomy and various common diseases. It has tremendous 3D models that are great for students and professionals. Be sure to check out our list of the Best iPad apps for Anatomy for more great apps. 

Skeleton Anatomy Atlas: Essential Reference for Students and Healthcare Professionals

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