The desktop edition of 3D Organon unfolds life-like high resolution 3D models
3D Organon Anatomy is an advanced learning tool that could complement any anatomy curriculum and help everyone visualize and explore anatomy.
The latest updated version of the Desktop app includes the human Actions module, with animations of joints and bones. The users can observe body movements such as flexion and extension of knees, shoulders, neck, etc.
The app features over 160 high yield clinical correlations organized per body system. This feature facilitates easier student transition from preclinical to clinical subjects. Also, it helps students forming the links between normal anatomy and disease.
Unique topographic anatomy layout allowing presentation of anatomical models based on regions and divisions of the body. Users can emphasize on the relations between various features (muscles, nerves, vessels, etc.) in a region.
The systems-based anatomy feature enables users to toggle whole body systems (e.g. skeletal, muscular, nervous, gastrointestinal, renal etc.) with a click of a button.
Regional anatomy with preconfigured scenes
A unique module of 3D Organon is the choice to study from hundreds of preconfigured/preselected scenes. Most scenes are based on popular anatomical views found in anatomy atlases and textbooks.
Users can save custom scenes for later reference and study. This feature is helpful for self-study revision and presentation for discussion in study groups.