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Just bought this for my galaxy nexus for $10 and am loving it. I find myself cruising through my Step I Anatomy material so much faster having good spatial orientations of muscles, nerves, bones, etc. Obturator Internus is a muscle that has always pissed me off for some reason and I can see it so clearly on here. Being a former engineer, I did a lot of CAD/Solidworks stuff, so having a model of the human body that I can spin around in 3D and +/- items is awesome. I know it's not Netter detail, but I probably won't need that for Step 1 or on wards.

I think this program has been mentioned, but I think the app is new. It's extremely smooth on my phone and I could see showing this to patients next when when explaining where your heart/lungs are located, knee surgery, etc.

Anyways, might help you get through anatomy faster (GT and FA don't have good enough pictures).

http://www.amazon.com/Visible-Body-...1?s=mobile-apps&ie=UTF8&qid=1334979818&sr=1-1
 

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Just bought this for my galaxy nexus for $10 and am loving it. I find myself cruising through my Step I Anatomy material so much faster having good spatial orientations of muscles, nerves, bones, etc. Obturator Internus is a muscle that has always pissed me off for some reason and I can see it so clearly on here. Being a former engineer, I did a lot of CAD/Solidworks stuff, so having a model of the human body that I can spin around in 3D and +/- items is awesome. I know it's not Netter detail, but I probably won't need that for Step 1 or on wards.

I think this program has been mentioned, but I think the app is new. It's extremely smooth on my phone and I could see showing this to patients next when when explaining where your heart/lungs are located, knee surgery, etc.

Anyways, might help you get through anatomy faster (GT and FA don't have good enough pictures).

http://www.amazon.com/Visible-Body-...1?s=mobile-apps&ie=UTF8&qid=1334979818&sr=1-1

Thx for sharing!

How does it compare to google body?

I also have an android tablet (transformer) so it's good to show android apps some love for the android minority on sdn! Former engineer here too, so I hear you on CAD/solidworks/finite element analysis etc..
 

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I'll have to check this out. Netter's anatomy is a great one as well.

Also Ackland's videos are outstanding, but they're lengthy and the guy talks unbelievably slow. They're great for school but definitely not for board review.
 

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Any good anatomy apps for the iPad? I found a couple but its only musculoskeletal. It would be nice if there was something with blood vessels, and nerves and everything.
 
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