Reproductive and Urinary Anatomy Atlas: Essential Reference for Students and Healthcare Professionals

Reproductive and Urinary Anatomy Atlas: Essential Reference for Students and Healthcare Professionals

By Visible Body

  • Category: Medical
  • Release Date: 2012-01-31
  • Current Version: 6.1.07
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 692.88 MB
  • Developer: Visible Body
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 11 Ratings

Description

Reproductive and Urinary Anatomy Atlas is a quick visual reference on male and female reproductive and urinary anatomy, physiology, and common pathologies. This iPhone/iPad app includes dozens of 3D models, animations, and illustrations. This app is ideal for professional reference and as a tool for patient education on topics including the birth canal, reproduction, lactation, kidneys, kidney stones, and breast cancer. Content in this app includes: (1) Animations and illustrations. (2) Dozens of 3D models of reproductive and urinary structures, along with a limited number of models from other body systems. (3) Definitions and pronunciations for over 100 anatomical structures of the reproductive and urinary systems. (4) Descriptions of more than 35 common diseases. What you can do with this app: (1) See structures of the reproductive and urinary system in 3D. Study any structure’s name and pronunciation, or read about its function and common diseases. (2) Quick access to more than 50 preset views. Customize these views by adding or dissecting any reproductive and urinary structures. Save or share views. (3) Test your knowledge: Take quizzes with 90 quiz questions that review reproductive and urinary structures. Here is a list of all the content in Reproductive and Urinary Anatomy Atlas: Animations: Urinary system overview Filtration Reabsorption and Secretion Reproductive system overview Spermatogenesis Oogenesis Lactation Fertilization to Implantation Two weeks after conception Taking shape Fetal Development Gallstones Kidney stones Urinary Incontinence Hemorrhoids Illustrations: Blood flow through the Nephron Nephron Structure Filtration Membrane Urine Composition Female Reproductive Cycle Gametes to Zygote A Developing Embryo Hormones during pregnancy How twins Develop Fetal Reproductive Development Birth 3D Reproductive and Urinary Structures, including: Gonads (testicles | testis, ovaries) Penis, segments and cross-sections Male reproductive ducts and glands: Bulbourethral (Cowper's) glands,Vas deferens, Seminal vesicle, epididymis Female external genitalia (vulva) Uterus Fallopian tube (oviduct, uterine tubes, salpinx), Female Vagina Beasts (Mammary glands (breast tissue), lactiferous ducts Male and female bladder, including sections and cross-sections Ureters, urethra, and urethral sphincters Kidneys, including cross-sections

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Reviews

  • Pretty disappointed

    2
    By MicahrwDO
    I have always enjoyed visible body apps. As an OB/GYN intern I was excited to see this app and thought it would be a good tool for teaching students and patients. The videos are great and the information about the structures are detailed but the user friendliness of the anatomy portion is terrible. Hard to change to different angles and isolate vessels and nerves. If you want to hide or fade arteries, veins or nerves you have to select each one individually not like the computer app where you can just view certain systems. The create note card feature is hard to use. This has the potential to be a fantastic app but for right now needs some major improvements in user friendliness. I have only used to show patients videos but other than that it sits idly waiting until some improvements are made
  • Anatomy

    4
    By Dr. 2010
    This is an amazing app. It would be great to have the nephron illustrated and smaller anatomical parts though I have not found a good app or any app at all for nephron anatomy. It is an excellent app though to show gross anatomy and I like that you can remove pieces of the body to look at specific structures.
  • Dr.

    3
    By Cheffmd
    Detail of the 3D model with respect to the vascular, nerve and soft tissue/ ligamentous support of the main structures in the pelvis ( uterus,bladder and rectum) is very inadequate. Looking at the bladder and uterus in the app, they are just suspended in the pelvis, as if attached or connected to nothing. This might work as an adjunct in explaining things to a patient, but as a learning tool for a med student or a detailed companion for a surgeon or gyn, I don't think so @ this time. With more detail might be a good app

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