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Actual Images – Real Learning
At 4D Interactive Anatomy, we believe there is a more effective and engaging way to learn human anatomy. One that combines traditional cadaver dissection with newer digital imaging. That’s why we created our virtual anatomy dissection software.
Our interactive learning resource gives you 24 dissection modules to choose from, and an ever-expanding library of quality, high-resolution 3D images based on photographs of real human specimens.
Why 4D? The 4th dimension is time. That’s the hours we take to perform each dissection, so that you can scroll through accurate and detailed anatomy in minutes. It’s also the easy, on-demand access our product gives you to real anatomy specimens and learning online.
All 4D Interactive Anatomy’s images are unique photographs of over 20 real cadavers covering both genders and all age groups.
We don’t use computer models, illustrations or drawings. You’ll see every intricate structural detail of a given specimen and experience dissection the way it really happens. This means no artistic interpretations intentional or otherwise of an artist, illustrator or 3D computer modeler.
What you see is 100 per cent authentic normal anatomy – including variations and pathologies – demonstrating the 3D structure of the human body, and the spatial relationships necessary to interpret imaging data.
Accuracy and reality are assured with 4D Interactive Anatomy. No other virtual learning resource gets you this close to the actual dissecting process with the same level of interactivity.
Find out for yourself by signing up for a free trial today.
Dr. Robert Spetzler, Barrow Neurological Institute, Phoenix, AZ, USA
Professor of Anatomy, Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine, Florida International University
Zea Zemenszky, Medical Student- University of Debrecen