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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.
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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.
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
Designed for iPad™
Native iPad graphics and app controls
Download via In App Purchase from the modalityBODY Store
Using the same anatomical illustrations from Netter's Atlas of Human Neuroscience, these flash cards include concise text identifying structures, anatomical information and clinical implications.
More than 200 fully annotated images including:
• Overview of the Nervous System - 60 images
• Regional Neuroscience - 106 images
• Systematic Neuroscience - 59 images
This volume is comprised of the content found in the print product of the same name, authored by David L. Felten, MD, PhD. For additional content details, visit www.elsevier.com
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