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Anatomy CD-ROM ... any EXCELLENT ones

Discussion in 'Medical Students - MD' started by Jedi In Training, Jan 22, 2002.

  1. Jedi In Training

    Jedi In Training Senior Member
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    Hello

    I am interested in purchasing a CD-ROM to help learn human anatomy. Are there any EXCELLENT ones on the market? Thanks for your feedback.
     
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  3. bustinbooty

    bustinbooty Senior Member
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    Netter has an interactive CD-ROM. Whether it is excellent is up to your personal preference. I have not been impressed. p.s. Don't bother if you have Windows Xp.
     
  4. Jedi In Training

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    I've heard its bad too. Thanks for the feedback.
     
  5. double elle

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    The ADAM Interactive is good. you can dissect down layer by layer and look at the 'body' from different views..medial, lateral, etc.

    It helps with relationships between structures.

    I had to order mine from journey.com (I think!) you have to order the STUDENT version. It's the same as the educator's version, but the price is a lot less...around 60 bucks. I really like it. I have netter, too...and use it...but just to quiz myself.
     
  6. droliver

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    The best video anatomy atlas is by Dr. Bob Ackland produced here @ the University of Louisville. It's 5 volumes & counting. They should be rereleasing some on DVD soon. These are regarded universally as the best ever made for this purpose
     
  7. erkin777

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    droliver, when will the DVD version of Acland's Video Atlas of Anatomy be released???
     

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