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This application provides learners of human anatomy with 560 diagrams or flash cards for learning, revision or as a quick reference guide. 

They are ideal for medical or nursing students, biological studies students and physiotherapists or doctors looking to refresh their knowledge. 

The content is split into the following parts of the body: 
• Head and Neck - 204 diagrams 
• Thorax - 67 diagrams 
• Abdomen - 104 diagrams 
• Arm - 112 diagrams 
• Leg - 81 diagrams 

Each section is then split into the following: 
• Areas/Organs 
• Vessels 
• Nerves 
• Joints 
• Muscles 
• Surface Anatomy 
• Vertebral Levels 

The diagrams can all be zoomed in using the pinch gesture and can be viewed in landscape or portrait. 

There is also a search function allowing you to find any diagram using a keyword. 

The material is presented by Dr Robert Whitaker who spent his clinical career as a paediatric urological surgeon. Having retired from surgery, Dr Whitaker now teaches clinically applied topographical anatomy to first-year medical students at the University of Cambridge, in the UK. He also teaches clinically applied anatomy to surgical, radiological and other speciality trainees and is a former examiner for the MRCS at the English and Edinburgh Colleges of Surgeons. Dr Whitaker is also the co-author of the top selling book Instant Anatomy. 


Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

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