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3D Bones and Organs (Anatomy)
|Store||Category||Version||Last Update||Avg. ratings|
|Android||Medical||3.1.0||August 31, 2016||4.21|
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Version 3.1.0 released on August 31, 2016
V3.1 Major update. 1. Improve graphics for digestive system. 2. Add audio pronunciation for bone names (English Only). 3. Add font size adjustment function
Version 3.0.0 released on June 23, 2015
Version released on January 01, 1970
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A true and totally 3D free app for learning human anatomy with position quiz, built on an advanced interactive 3D touch interface. It is completely free! (No in-app purchase). It has every bone and organ in the human body.
***From the creator of Visual Anatomy app.
★ You can rotate models to any angle and zoom in and out
★ Easy to navigate and explore human body
★ Virtual dissection: Peel layers of muscles and reveal the anatomical structures below them.
★ 3D location quizzes to test your knowledge
★ Switch on/off different anatomy systems
★ Load and Save Views ( bookmaker function )
★ Information from Wikipedia and Gray's anatomy textbook
★ Great for learning anatomy and physiology
★ It also can be used as a anatomy guide.
★ Support French, Spanish and German languages!
★ Audio pronunciation for all bone names
★ 3D Skeleton (all bones in our body)
★ 3D Ligaments (shoulder and knee ligaments only)
★ 3D Muscles (Upper body muscles and abdomen muscles)
★ 3D Respiratory system
★ Circulation (heart)
★ Nervous System (brain)
★ 3D Reproductive system (male and Female)
★ 3D Urinary system
★ 3D ear
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