Human Anatomy Atlas

Human Anatomy Atlas 7.4

Provides fully detailed view of the human body
3.2  (6 votes)
7.4.1 (See all)
Shows structures from all body systems, as the skeletal structure, the lymphatic structure and so on. Included are detailed definitions for each body part, Latin names, descriptions of injuries, diseases and pathologies. Search function available as well, to browse for the anatomy you need to study or show.

Human Anatomy Atlas is a comprehensive visual guide to the human body. The most remarkable advantages of this powerful human anatomy general reference program are the fact that it’s very comprehensive, covering more than 4,600 anatomical structures, including all major organs and systems of the male and female bodies, and the fact that it provides a very handy and accurate 3D display for models of bones, ligaments, and teeth, among other organs and structures.

The free demo version of this impressive tool is in fact only a preview of the skeletal system, yet is enough to show how complex and reliable this entire application can be. I liked a lot that I could view, rotate and zoom the models with a lot of ease, as well as read explanations and definitions or even hear their pronunciations. There’s even a section with quizzes that help you test and improve your anatomy knowledge.

To sum it all up, Human Anatomy Atlas is a great tool for medicine students as well as for casual users interested in anatomy. It’s both comprehensive, reliable, and easy-to-use, as its interface is straightforward and intuitive. Even complete beginners can use this powerful tool without any problem. Last but not least, considering the many benefits that this handy tool offers, its price is more than reasonable.

Margie Smeer
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Review summary

Pros

  • Very comprehensive
  • Accurate 3D display
  • Reasonable price
  • Easy-to-use

Cons

  • None
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