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'• Navigate through 324 fully annotated images with the flick of a finger• Create your own pinpoints and labels to mark the structures you need to know• Zoom and pan crystal clear images, in brilliant color with crisp detail• Concise text associated with each image details areas of origin, insertion, action, innervation, and...
'• Navigate through 324 fully annotated images with the flick of a finger
• Create your own pinpoints and labels to mark the structures you need to know
• Zoom and pan crystal clear images, in brilliant color with crisp detail
• Concise text associated with each image details areas of origin, insertion, action, innervation, and anatomical relevance
• Explore at your own pace and teach yourself in Study Mode, or test your mastery of the material in Quiz Mode
• Toggle visibility of individual structure pins
• Search by image name in the index
• Adjust text size for image text
A regional organization parallels Netter's Atlas as well as most of today's anatomy classes. More than 300 fully annotated images including:
• Head and Neck - 84 images • Back and Spinal Cord - 24 images • Thorax - 27 images • Abdomen - 31 images • Pelvis and Perineum - 22 images • Upper Limb - 65 images • Lower Limb - 71 images
Quickly locate any structure in the entire app using the comprehensive index, bookmark cards for quick reference in clinical settings or course review sessions, and instantly access additional information on Google and Wikipedia.
These flash cards are based off of the print product of the same name, Netter's Anatomy Flash.'