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Description

NEW TRAUMA and ANATOMY illustrations. This NEW APP from "Picturing Medicine" replaces our previous Picturing-Med & Picturing-Syn apps and contains LOTS more content.

The app is designed for medics who are visual learners. The unique illustrations provide a memorable framework for learning and recalling the various features of the topics covered. Supporting text & labels can be hidden to enhance learning and enable self testing.

Topics covered:
Anatomy:-
Liver
Diaphragm
Mediastinum
Breast Overview
Skin Layers Overview
Skin Layers Detail
Hair Follicles
Sweat Glands
Eye Overview
Eye Orbital Bones
Eye Muscles
Orbital Contents Superior View
Eye Sensation
Lids Cross Section
Lids Orbital Septum
Lids Posterior Lamella
Lids Conjunctiva
The Skull
Skull Base Inferior View
Skull Cranial Sutures
Ear External Anatomy
Ear Tympanic Membrabe
Nose Cartilages
Nose Osseocartilagenous Framework
Nose Septum
Nose Turbinates
Gluteal Region
Thigh Femoral Triangle
Leg Popliteal Fossa
Leg Arteries
Leg Posterior Compartments
Ankle Cross Section
Foot Bones
Neck Anatomy
Neck Lymph Nodes
Neck Levels
Neck External Carotid Artery
Neck in Cross Section
Larynx
Cross seciton of the Penis
Spinal Cord
Vertebrae
Dermatomes
Wrist Carpal Bones
Hand Extensor Tendons
Tendon Mechanism to the Finger

Differentials:-
Abdo Pain
Abdo Pain in a Child
Anaemia
ARDS
Ascites
AF
Back Pain
Breast Dis
Carpal Tunnel
Chest Pain
CKD
Cirrhosis
Coma
Complex Burns
Delirium
Falls
Fat Embolism
Fatigue
Fever in a Child
Finger Clubbing
Gynaecomastia
Haemoptysis
Hand Swellings
Headache
Hepatomegaly
Hypercalcaemia
Hyperkalaemia
Hypernatraemia
Hypertension
Hypocalcaemia
Hypokalaemia
Hyponatraemia
Jaundice
Neck Swellings
Obstructive Jaundice
Pancreatitis
PV Bleeding
Peripheral Neuropathy
SOB
Sickle Cell
Splenomegaly
Thrombosis
Vertigo

Sign & Symptoms:-
Acromegaly
Acute Porphyria
AIDS
ARDS
AF
Chronic Liver Failure
CRF
Complications following MI
Cystic Fibrosis
DM Complications
DM Ketoacidosis
Fat Embolism
Gout
HIV
Hyper-/Hypo-thyroidism
IBD
Infective Endocarditis
Malaria
Malignant Hyperpyrexia
Myotonic Dystrophy
PKD
Pre-menstrual Tension
PE
Rheumatic Fever
RA
Sarcoidosis
Sickle Cell Crisis
SLE

Syndromes:-
Antiphospholipid Syn
Apert's Syn
Beckwith-Wiedemann Syn
Behcet's Dis
Bell's Palsy
Blue-rubber-bleb
Budd-Chiari Syn
Caplan Syn
Down's Syn
Fanconi Anaemia
Fragile-X Syn
Gardner's Syn
Gorlin's Syn
HSP
Holt-Oram Syn
Horner's Syn
Hurler's Syn
Kawasaki Dis
Klinefelter's Syn
Klippel-Trenaunay Syn
Marfan Syn
Millory's Syn
Mobius Syn
Nephritic vs Nephrotic Syn
NF1
Parry-Rhomberg Dis
PELVIS Syn
Pierre-Robin Seq
Poland Syn
Reiter's Syn
Sjorgren's Syn
Stevens-Johnson Syn
Stickler Syn
Sturge-Weber Syn
TAR Syn
Treacher-Collins Syn
Tuberous Sclerosis
Turner's Syn
VACTERL
Velocardiofacial Syn
Von-Hippel-Lindau Syn
Werner's Syn


Student BMJ Review “The days of learning medicine from a textbook are gone. Modern teaching techniques and the concept of individual learning styles have revolutionized education, and technology allows us to access resources anywhere, anytime. Picturing Medicine, a medical smartphone application, combines both superbly.” “The app works on the concept of “visual memory” – clear, associative images are more easily remembered than written information alone.” “The images are clear, vivid, and more memorable than a bland written list of differentials.” “You can choose to hide or show labels on each diagram, helping students to test their knowledge, and to form links between the memorable images and the associated causes.” “So next time you sense you’re about to be grilled by your consultant on the patient with shortness of breath, why not use your phone to quickly revise and impress them by confidently and correctly listing the common differential diagnoses?”

BMA Book Awards (Commended) “The images are certainly memorable and using them does make it easy to learn.”

What’s New

Version 1.6

Fixes a bug that prevented in-app purchases being recorded properly on the iPad.

Ratings and Reviews

2.0 out of 5
2 Ratings

2 Ratings

Hepatosplenomegaly ,

Sadly a discontinued app

What little content there is in the app is good, but it is very little. The rest is hidden behind a in app purchase wall. Unfortunately there is no option to buy the rest of the content.

Autumnated ,

Excellent visual aid, easy to use

Excellent and Fun app to use. The diagrams are memorable, and you can quiz yourself and others on a variety of syndromes and clinical signs that we often get grilled on during ward rounds, OSCEs and even medical school Finals. There is even further information/links on the reverse of the cards for a quick reminder. Excellent for when you have a moment to spare before clinics, and even last minute cramming for exams!

mutleythemedic ,

Medicine with minimal words

This app with an understated title is a hidden gem for anyone who needs the distilled info of medicine: especially if they struggle with the usual text that comes in most medical books.

The diagrams are clear and concise with the ability to self text. The subject matter is written both from a patients symptomology as well as the more classical medical condition/illness.

Clearly a large amount of clear thought has gone into its creation. A visual thinkers dream. Highly recommended.

Mark

Information

Provider
Alexander Varey
Size
70.5 MB
Category
Medical
Compatibility

Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.

Languages

English

Age Rating
12+
Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes
Infrequent/Mild Medical/Treatment Information
Infrequent/Mild Sexual Content and Nudity
Copyright
Price
Free

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.

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