Data from iPad, iPhone, iPod - Curated by EPG Health - Last updated 23 May 2017

Size

13.2 MB

Description

3D VISUAL INSIGHTS into 250+ Organ's Anatomy with over 1,000,000 text characters of detailed information. This App is a great pocket handbook for students or anyone interested to learn full human body organ parts and their functions! Detailed Anatomy available in following Categories: 

* Brain Anatomy 
* Ear Anatomy 
* Eye Anatomy 
* Female Reproductive System Anatomy 
* Fetus Anatomy 
* Heart Anatomy 
* Intestines Anatomy 
* Kidney Anatomy 
* Liver Anatomy 
* Lung Anatomy 
* Male Reproductive System Anatomy 
* Nervous System Anatomy 
* Skull Anatomy 
* Spine Anatomy 
* Stomach Anatomy 
* Throat Anatomy 

Professionally made content, photo and convenient grouping of Body Anatomy! 

FEATURING: 
· Clear Graphics 
· 250+ Body Anatomy 
· Detailed Description of each graphics 

Compatibility

Requires iOS 4.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

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