Melissa Finley, LMT of Mending Hands Massage Therapy today announce Anatomy In Motion 1.0 for iOS. Anatomy In Motion features over 225 unique muscles with 100 action animations, showing the muscle movements. Users can isolate each muscle individually to clearly view the attachment to the skeleton. With over 450 flashcards, users can explore muscle layering, from the skeleton to the most superficial layer.
UK based Instant Anatomy today announced Instant Anatomy Flash Cards 1.0 for iOS. This application contains 600 diagrams or flash cards covering most aspects of human anatomy. The diagrams can all be zoomed in using the pinch gesture and are presented in landscape or portrait. The diagrams are aimed at anyone who is studying human anatomy. They are ideal for medical or nursing students, biological studies students and physiotherapists or doctors looking to refresh their knowledge.
ec-europe today released Miniatlas Anatomy 1.2 for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Miniatlas Anatomy is a comprehensive resource, providing a huge database of anatomy images with explanatory texts that help doctors effectively communicate with patients and peers. Organized in twelve categories, it covers every part of the human body, making it a physician’s perfect pocket tool. Users can browse or type in what they’re looking for to quickly and easily find a specific part of the anatomy.