Interactive Knee, 2009 Releasefeatures computer graphic models derived from MRI scan data of the anatomy of the entire knee region. It allows users to have an incredibly detailed view into the structure and function of the knee, and it is an invaluable resource for instructors and students in the exercise science and medical fields.
Interactive Knee, 2009 Release features detailed computer graphic models of the human knee. With an updated interface that is more user-friendly and intuitive and allows the images to be viewed much larger, the 2009 release is the ultimate educational tool for those requiring an understanding of knee structure and function as well as for those involved in knee surgery or rehabilitation.
Using this DVD-ROM as a visual aid will assist anyone in learning the fine points of the human knee. The software will allow you to do the following:
Understand and explain injuries, conditions, and treatments more effectively.
Save time looking for images for presentations or patient education handouts with hundreds of stunning images and detailed information at your fingertips.
Export images and video clips with ease.
Each model of the knee is fully interactive, allowing 360-degree rotation, the ability to add and remove layers of anatomy from skin to bone, and the option to label any item. Clicking on specific structures displays the related text and links to 19 dissections, 38 clinical slides, and numerous diagrams and annotated illustrations. Models can be viewed from nine different perspectives: overview, close-up, knee joint, tibial menisei, surface anatomy, dermatomes, cutaneous distribution, and the most recent addition—a view of the popliteal fossa, which allows up to 14 layers of anatomy to be added or removed.
Users also have the ability to view short films featuring movement of the knee, including a biomechanical model and coverage of surgical procedures for ACL and PCL ligament reconstruction and meniscal tears and repair. An MRI section showcases MR scans in the axial, sagittal, and coronal planes—with the corresponding portion of the 3D model—both split into 21 corresponding slices.
Interactive Knee, 2009 Release is a vital resource for teachers, students, and professionals in the exercise science and medical fields. This program gives users a realistic view of the human knee and how every part moves and functions. It is an essential tool for teaching and learning the intricacies in the human knee.
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Reference for medical and exercise science professionals and students requiring an in-depth knowledge of the structure and function of the knee, including athletic trainers, physical therapists, biomechanists, sports medicine specialists, and personal trainers.
Primal Pictures was established in 1991 with the goal of creating the only complete and medically accurate three-dimensional model of the human anatomy. They derive their computer graphic models from MRI scan data that have been interpreted by a team of Primal anatomists and then translated into 3-D images by an expert team of graphics specialists. The anatomy visuals are accompanied by 3-D animations that demonstrate function, biomechanics, and surgical procedures.
Attention to detail, accuracy, and clarity are at the cornerstone of Primal Pictures’ amazing products. These dynamic resources provide vivid images of specific areas of the body and are ideal for use by instructors, students, and professionals in the fields of athletic training, sports medicine, physical therapy, massage therapy, biomechanics, exercise physiology, fitness, strength and conditioning, and physical activity.