"The new dedicated apps are perhaps the ones of most interest to clinicians, for the first time including all of the relevant anatomy of the regions to give a clear picture of the entire anatomy from surface to bone. The clarity of images within these apps is outstanding, and the animations are especially helpful for explaining how certain muscles produce certain movements to patients." - Chris Hughes, Clinical Journal of Sports Medicine
"This module is excellent. I'm using daily in my clinic and can't tell you how helpful it's been in explaining injuries to patients. Very impressed with the images, animations and isolated media included with this app.." - Hammond_Jessie (review via iTunes)
"'Truly Amazing' is the simplest way I can describe this and the rest of the latest apps from these dedicated developers. I can't imagine learning without these apps as they are such a great asset to each and every medical professional! I believe these apps should be standard as a learning tool in each and every university and medical school around the globe!.." - SatnamGrewal (review via iTunes)
The Hand & Wrist Pro III gives users an in depth look at the hand & wrist allowing them to cut, zoom & rotate the hand & wrist. It provides multiple cross sections as well as the ability to cut away different layers. Also included are animations highlighting muscle movements and joint functions, images of every major nerve, muscle and vessel isolated.
The app allows users to zoom in to and rotate the hand & wrist, stopping it at any angle with a simple tap or click. Graphical hints can be turned on or off and help guide the user for seamless navigation. And rather than just the standard anatomical views, you can view the hand & wrist from different angles such as Anterior, Lateral, Posterior, Medial.
Users can slice the hand & wrist to get Coronal, Sagittal and Transverse cut views (where available). These views are fully labeled.
Users can add and remove layers using the scalpel tool. And the 'mix layers' button can make one layer semitransparent, which is useful when comparing one layer against another layer.
Press the Index button and the user is offered an index of the pins available. Select a pin and the app will automatically take the user to that pin and label it. Or simply press the pin button on the floating toolbar and all available pins will instantly appear. Pins contain detailed information and you can add notes as well as create custom pins!
Users can access audio pronunciations for each pin (208 in total). There are also 125 images of isolated nerves, muscles and vessels and 47 animations highlighting muscle movement and joint function.
The new pen tool allows users to draw on any screen image and then share it through email, Facebook or Twitter - a great aid for both study and demonstration!
Choose between a multiple-choice quiz format or our new drag-and-drop quiz format.
If you are having difficulty using some of the features of the app then we suggest that you view the tutorial in the help section of your app, however if you still need help then you can browse through some FAQ on our support page or just get in contact.