Anatomy & Physiology Software Primal A.D.A.M. Acland Netter Anatomica 3D

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sawoobley

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Can anyone tell me what the best anatomy and/or physiology software is to supplement medical school classes. Primal and A.D.A.M. seem to have great 3D anatomy and physiology software programs. There is also the Acland Human Anatomy Dissection Series DVD's, the software that comes with the Netter book, and finally Biovere's anatomica 3-D. Any recommendations? Has anyone tried any of these products? Here are a few websites that sell and provide a description of the products. I know some of them can be expensive, but which ones are best?

http://store.edu-technology.com/anphys.html

http://store.edu-technology.com/stbuforanphf.html

http://www.biovere.com/cart/a3d.php
 

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I loved Netter's atlas. I had the A.D.A.M. software, too, but didn't use it that much.
 

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there is a lot of free stuff online, like netanatomy.com and tremendous amts of disection videos. Just search around.

In terms of atlases, I liked netters atlas (illustrated) and rohens atlas (photos)
I thought Grants was hard to use.
 
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