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Anatomy: Anatomy.TV

Anatomy.TV - Introduction

Anatomy TV

Anatomy.TV (Primal Pictures) is an interactive multimedia resource that includes 3D images and interactive models:

  • The images illustrate function, biomechanics, and surgical procedures.
  • The animations and models show more than 6500 structures which display different layers of anatomical regions. You can rotate those regions through 360 degrees, and there is textual information about each structure. The models are supplemented by clinical videos, pathology slides, and MRI scans.

Anatomy.TV includes quizzes and a study guide.

 

 

Anatomy.TV - Modules

  • 3D Atlas: head and neck; spine; shoulder and arm; forearm and hand; thorax and abdomen; pelvis; hip; knee; leg, ankle and foot. For more information on using 3D Atlas, see 3D Atlas and 3D Human help.
  • 3D Real-Time: head and neck; spine; shoulder and arm; forearm, wrist and hand; thorax; abdomen; female pelvis; male pelvis; hip and thigh; knee; leg, ankle and foot; whole body. For more information on using 3D Real-Time, see 3D Real-time Help. See also video at right.
  • Anatomy & Physiology: body plan and organisation; skeletal, muscular, cardiovascular, urinary, nervous, lymphatic, respiratory, reproductive, integumentary, endocrine, and digestive systems; blood; metabolism; chemistry; cell biology; fluid, electrolyte & acid-base balance; histology; special senses; development and inheritance. For more information on using Anatomy & Physiology, see 3D Human Anatomy and Physiology Help.
  • Functional anatomy: functional anatomy; sports injuries of the shoulder; sports injuries of the knee; sports injuries of the foot; exercise; Pilates; yoga; resistance training. See video at right.
  • Imaging: ultrasound - lower limb; ultrasound - upper limb; CT and MRI - thorax, abdomen and pelvis.
  • Clinical specialities: audiology; otolaryngology; dentistry; dental hygiene; real-time dentistry; speech-language pathology; head and neck - paediatric comparisons; head and neck - basic neuroanatomy; pelvic floor disorders; chiropractic; urology.
  • Therapy: acupuncture; anatomy trains; hand therapy; massage and manual therapies.
  • Quizzes and activities.

FAQs

For further assistance, including information on system requirements and troubleshooting, see the Anatomy.TV FAQs. ""

 

Anatomy.TV 3D Real-Time - Promotional Video

Anatomy.TV Primal Pictures Functional Anatomy - Promotional Video

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Charles Sturt University is an Australian University, TEQSA Provider Identification: PRV12018. CRICOS Provider: 00005F.