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A.d.a.m.

Discussion in 'Medical Students - MD' started by Back34, Aug 30, 2002.

  1. Back34

    Back34 Senior Member
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    Has anybody used the A.D.A.M. software for gross anatomy and, if so, is it worth getting? It sounds like it could be helpful.
     
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  3. southerndoc

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    I used it and found it very helpful. I ordered the ADAM Anatomy CD-ROM and the Physiology CD-ROM. They were bundled together and sold by Journey Ed (www.journeyed.com) at a very reasonable price. You'll have to fax them a copy of your student ID in order to get the discount (they knock a few hundred off the retail price).

    The ADAM Practice Practical is so so.
     
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    Well, I thought the ADAM to be somewhat marginal in utility.

    The Voxel-Man (Brain/Skull, Inner Organs) by Springer is, in my opinion, pretty amazing.

    www.springer.de

    You can explode, fly through, slice, and all sorts of other good stuff. The program is 3-D and based on real cadavers. It has radiologic correlations too.
     
  5. Back34

    Back34 Senior Member
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    That is seriously cool.


    Voxel - Man


    Looks well worth the money. Thanks.
     

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