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  • modalityBODY: Interactive Anatomy and Medical Imaging for iPad

    modalityBODY: Interactive Anatomy and Medical Imaging for iPad

    Designed for iPad™
    Designed for iPad™

    Native iPad graphics and app controls

    ** Highlighted by Steve Jobs in Apple's 2010 WWDC Keynote **

    Use modalityBODY to organize, annotate, search and store thousands of medical images and create custom image collections for study and reference.  modalityBODY, exclusively for iPad, offers a groundbreaking anatomy and medical image reference and training solution for health sciences professionals.

    Get started in one of two ways:

    1) Import your own images, drop pins to create annotations, and organize them into albums.

    2) Visit the modalityBODY store and register to both download free and paid premium content from world-class commercially available anatomical and medical imaging atlases and flash cards.  SylviusMR and the Atlas of Anatomy Sampler from Thieme are available today for free, with much more coming soon.

    The size and quality of the iPad display, combined with its portability and ease of use, makes it a revolutionary device for interacting with medical images. The modalityBODY App for iPad is a gateway that allows you to create extensive, customized image libraries of the human body for professional reference, training, and patient education.

  • Netter's Neuroscience Flash Cards, 2nd Edition

    Netter's Neuroscience Flash Cards, 2nd Edition

    Praise for Netter's Neuroscience Flash Cards, 1st Edition:

    "I am a resident physician at a major university and can assure ANY resident or med student that this is worth every cent. The spinal tract maps alone are worth the 40 bucks. I think this app is, just simply, perfect and will recommend it to everyone." - Gmontana, on iTunes

    "Brilliant. The best way to brush up on anatomy while commuting! The best app purchase I've made." -cben, on iTunes

  • Netter's Musculoskeletal Flash Cards

    Netter's Musculoskeletal Flash Cards

    Test and enhance your knowledge of bones, muscles, ligaments, tendons and joints with outstanding illustrations created by, and in the style of, master medical illustrator Frank H. Netter, MD. Anatomical illustrations are supplemented with clinical, radiographic, and arthroscopic images depicting the most common musculoskeletal pathologies.

    These flash cards are based off of the print product of the same name, Netter's Musculoskeletal Flash Cards, authored by Jennifer Hart, PA-C, ATC and Mark D. Miller, MD.

    • Navigate through 210 fully annotated images with the flick of a finger
    • Create your own pinpoints and labels to mark the structures you need to know
    • Zoom and pan crystal clear images, in brilliant color with crisp detail
    • Explore at your own pace and teach yourself in Study Mode, or test your mastery of the material in Quiz Mode
    • Toggle visibility of individual structure pins
    • Search by image name in the index
    • Adjust text size for image text
  • Sylvius MR: Atlas of the Human Brain

    Sylvius MR: Atlas of the Human Brain

    PLEASE NOTE: After December 16, 2013, this app will no longer be offered or supported. If you already have the app installed on your device, you can continue using it; just be sure to back it up so you can easily restore it in the future.

    Expand your iPhone's clinical reference library with Sylvius MR, highlighting sagittal, coronal and axial T1-weighted magnetic resonance images containing over 2493 structure annotations and audio pronunciations.

    Please note that an Epocrates account is required to use this app. Registration is free and takes just a minute to complete.

    This content has been transformed into a customizable neuroanatomy learning and reference tool by Epocrates, a leading provider of clinical solutions to healthcare professionals. Over 1.1 million healthcare professionals use Epocrates products worldwide.

    To purchase Sylvius MR in a native iPad format, download the modalityBODY iPad application and visit the in-app store.

  • Echocardiography Atlas edited by Scott D. Solomon, MD

    Echocardiography Atlas edited by Scott D. Solomon, MD

    Edited by Scott D. Solomon, MD, Brigham and Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School

    View examples of normal and abnormal echocardiograms with the Echocardiography Atlas. Access 250 annotated images and 189 videos, encompassing a wide range of cardiac pathology. Zoom and pan echocardiograms, and search for specific diseases, without the need for a network connection.

  • Atlas of Anatomy

    Atlas of Anatomy

    Designed for iPad™
    Designed for iPad™

    Native iPad graphics and app controls

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    Download via In App Purchase from the modalityBODY Store

    PLEASE NOTE: After December 16, 2013, this product will no longer be offered or supported. If you already have the content installed on your device, you can continue using it; just be sure to back it up so you can easily restore it in the future.

    Get Thieme's bestselling Atlas of Anatomy, featuring full-color illustrations by Markus Voll and Karl Wesker, based on the work of Michael Schuenke, Erik Schulte, and Udo Schumacher and edited by Anne M. Gilroy, Brian R. MacPherson, and Lawrence M. Ross.

    Each region opens with the foundational skeletal framework. The subsequent chapters build upon this foundation, adding the muscles, then organs, then vessels, then nerves, and finally presenting topographic anatomy for a comprehensive view.

    •  1507 annotated images
    •  6038 distinct structures
    •  View 600+ pages of the print atlas

    Praise for the print version: “[The] full-color illustrations are…impressive…remarkably effective 3-dimensional representation of structures…without sacrificing clarity.”—Journal of the American Medical Association

  • Atlas of Anatomy Sampler

    Atlas of Anatomy Sampler

    Designed for iPad™
    Designed for iPad™

    Native iPad graphics and app controls

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    modalityBODY Content

    Download via In App Purchase from the modalityBODY Store

    Thieme is excited to offer this free sampling of anatomy illustrations and clinical content from the bestselling Atlas of Anatomy.

    This sampler highlights the exquisite illustrations and unique features of the Atlas, including schematics, multiple image views, muscle facts, radiographs, and more. The complete Atlas, with more than 2,000 stunning images, is available for $74.99. Atlas of Anatomy, featuring artwork by Markus Voll and Karl Wesker, is based on the work of Michael Schuenke, Erik Schulte, and Udo Schumacher and is edited by Anne M. Gilroy, Brian R. MacPherson, and Lawrence M. Ross.

    Praise for the print version: “[The] full-color illustrations are…impressive…remarkably effective 3-dimensional representation of structures…without sacrificing clarity.”—Journal of the American Medical Association

  • Clemente's Anatomy Flash Cards

    Clemente's Anatomy Flash Cards

    Designed for iPad™
    Designed for iPad™

    Native iPad graphics and app controls

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    Download via In App Purchase from the modalityBODY Store

    Featuring vibrantly colored images from Anatomy: A Regional Atlas of the Human Body, Fifth Edition by Carmine D. Clemente, Ph.D., this volume offers a flexible, practical study and review tool for health care students and professionals.

    318 fully annotated images provide additional crucial information about bones, muscles, nerves, arteries, veins, ligaments, topographic features, lymphatics, and organs, including:

     

    • Pectoral Region and Upper Extremity - 62 images
    • Thorax - 44 images
    • Abdomen - 38 images
    • Pelvis and Perineum - 22 images
    • Back, Vertebral Column, and Spinal Cord - 23 images
    • Lower Extremity - 58 images
    • Neck and Head - 71 images

    This volume is comprised of the content found in the print product of the same name, authored by Thomas R. Gest, Ph.D. For additional content details, visit www.lww.com.

    All content © Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, with some images used by arrangement with Elsevier Germany GmbH

  • Imaging Atlas of Human Anatomy

    Imaging Atlas of Human Anatomy

    Designed for iPad™
    Designed for iPad™

    Native iPad graphics and app controls

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    modalityBODY Content

    Download via In App Purchase from the modalityBODY Store

    The Imaging Atlas of Human Anatomy, 4th edition, presents a healthy human body as seen via the full range of modern imaging techniques. Content includes images showing cross-sectional views in CT and MRI, nuclear medicine imaging, and more.

    Based on the print atlas, written by Jamie Weir, Peter Abrahams, Jonathan D. Spratt, and Lonie Salkowski, this content collection offers a complete view of the structures and relationships within the body through a variety of imaging modalities.

    • 849 annotated images
    • 2421 distinct structures
    • 250+ pages

    Toggle between individual image views and corresponding page layouts in modalityBODY's Page Mode, where you'll find tables and contextual notes that the authors, editors and publishers created for the original source materials.

    All content © Elsevier

  • Imaging Atlas of Human Anatomy Sampler

    Imaging Atlas of Human Anatomy Sampler

    Designed for iPad™
    Designed for iPad™

    Native iPad graphics and app controls

    modalityBODY Content
    modalityBODY Content

    Download via In App Purchase from the modalityBODY Store

    Preview the Imaging Atlas of Human Anatomy, featuring select images of the healthy human body as seen through a wide range of modern imaging techniques.

    This Sampler is based on the print atlas, the Imaging Atlas of Human Anatomy, 4th Edition, written by Jamie Weir, Peter Abrahams, Jonathan D. Spratt, and Lonie Salkowski. The complete Atlas, also available in the modalityBODY Store, offers a comprehensive view of the structures and relationships within the body through a variety of imaging modalities.

    All content © Elsevier