Interactive Thorax and Abdomen, 2009 Release, features an interactive 3D model of the human abdomen and thorax. Users can choose from over 27 3D views, rotate models 360 degrees, and strip away layers of anatomy to view and label any structure. Models are supplemented with related text, dissection slides, clinical slides, and illustrations.
Created and updated by Primal Pictures, Interactive Thorax and Abdomen, 2009 Release, features a detailed and interactive 3D model of the complex anatomy of the human abdomen and thorax. Complete with a new interface, this release is more user-friendly and interactive than ever before. Users can now see each anatomical view larger and with more detail than in the past.
Instructors and students can choose from over 27 3D views, rotate models 360 degrees, and add or strip away layers of anatomy to view and label any structure. Clicking on specific structures will bring up links to related text, dissection slides, clinical slides, and illustrations. Any image can be easily printed or exported for use in presentations, patient education, and student handouts.
This program also includes a section linking each 3D model to the equivalent MRI image in three planes (axial, sagittal, and coronal). The models can be viewed in up to 15 different slices, allowing the users to see the human body in unparalleled, realistic detail.
Outside of the body, no program can offer teachers and students the most realistic views into the human anatomy. With Interactive Thorax and Abdomen, 2009 Release, those in the medical and exercise science fields will be able to thoroughly learn the thoracic and abdominal regions in extreme detail.
Course instructors: Adopt Primal software for use in your class!
Teaching the intricacies of anatomy to your students has never been easier. Primal Pictures software programs allow you to illustrate anatomy to your students in remarkable new ways, and they can be used in laboratory settings or in the classroom. Take advantage of special pricing on network versions for individual products or for the entire line of Primal software through an outright one-time purchase or a renewable license agreement. Several billing options are available based on the number of students in your course. These programs can be delivered via the Internet or through network configurations that can be constructed with your specific needs in mind. If you are interested in adopting this software for your class, please contact your sales representative.
Operating systems: Microsoft XP, Vista, or Mac OSX 10.3, 10.4, and 10.5
Processor speed: 1.5 GHz with 512 MB of RAM
Disk space: 200 MB
1024 x 768 screen resolution
DETAILED LIST OF VIEWS
Thorax and Abdomen
Thorax and Abdomen (Clipped)
Heart and Lungs
Heart (Close Up)
5th Thoracic Vertebra
2nd Lumbar Vertebra
Heart, Lungs, and Diaphragm
Breast, Thoracic/Abdominal Wall
Liver and Gallbladder
Small and Large Intestine
All Arteries, Nerves, and Veins
Resource to aid students in learning functional anatomy; also a reference for medical and exercise science professionals requiring an in-depth knowledge of human anatomy, 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.