Human Anatomy Atlas gives you core anatomy reference content on your iPhone or iPad. Want to expand your library? Check out our in-app purchases for additional anatomy and physiology content!
Human Anatomy Atlas includes core anatomy reference content! Get the 3D interactive visual content you need to learn about the human body:
- Full female and male 3D models to study gross anatomy. View these alongside cadaver and diagnostic images.
- 3D views of key organs at multiple levels. Study the lungs, bronchi, and alveoli; Review the kidneys, renal pyramids, and nephrons.
- Muscle and bone models that you can move. Learn muscle actions, bone landmarks, attachments, innervations, and blood supply.
- See how fascia divides the muscles of the upper and lower limbs into compartments.
- Additional in-app purchases: Our video library allows you to explore and educate with more than 100 stunning patient education animations that cover key physiology and common pathologies, including cellular respiration, heart conduction, peristalsis, filtration, coronary artery disease, kidney stones, and sciatica.
- Additional in-app purchase: 3D Dental Anatomy includes cusps, fossae, and surfaces, and cross-sectional views of an incisor, canine, premolar, double root molar, and triple root molar; plus, an interactive, animated model of the upper and lower arches.
And so much more! All this content is organized so you can easily browse or search by topic and region.
A full suite of study and presentation tools:
- Dissect models on screen, in augmented reality (AR), and in cross-sections. Download free lab activities that walk you through key structures.
- Take 3D dissection quizzes and check your progress.
- Make interactive 3D presentations that link sets of models to explain and review a topic. Label structures with tags, notes, and 3D drawings.
Share content with patients, classmates, students, and colleagues!
Explore 3 new endocrine models in our latest release:
* Ovary: learn about the structures involved in each phase of the ovarian cycle.
* Pancreas: study the organ at multiple levels. Learn about pancreatic acini and study an acinar cell.
* Hypothalamus and pituitary: explore the structures that make up the visceral control center of the brain.
And, as always, bug fixes and minor improvements.
Ratings and Reviews
Been with me through 4 years of medical school
I originally bought this when a sale was going on prior to starting med school. Now with 4th year coming to an end, I can definitely say this app has been a great supplement to learning, both in didactic and clinical years. The overall set-up and models are great. They’ve continued support for the app and have a solid development history. Depending on your intended use for this, it can be a great primary resource for learning anatomy or as a great adjunct resource for medical training. It’s not perfect just like everything else that exists. In the long run, if you think something like this would be nice to have and you can reasonably afford it, I say go for it.
[Now, if they join forces with the folks at Amboss, Anki, Pathoma and Radiopaedia for a seamlessly integrated platform with optional user tagged references to UptoDate, Evernote and Figure1, then it will be darn-near-perfect, I’ll change my review to a 6 and hand over all my student loan money.]
Wow! Wow! Woweeee!
Unbelievable, wonderful, fantastic app! I'm not one to take time to write reviews. But I have to thank the developers of this incredibly useful tool. I am a singing teacher who focuses on functional technique, i.e. the way the larynx and its surrounding structures move (thus influencing how the larynx functions). Mine is a relatively unusual approach to teaching vocal technique, but I get amazing results with my students from this methodology.
For years I've been looking for a book, pictures, diagrams that can show me practically how the muscles of the larynx & pharynx are layered so I can understand which muscles to release or contract. And this app does it all (except showing me how the intrinsic muscles of the larynx move). This app allows me to FADE muscles so I can see what's underneath them. It shows me the nerves innervating the larynx, the blood vessels, the membranes, etc.
Thank you, thank you, thank you! I can show my massage therapist, my physical therapist and my chiropractor specifically what to work on now.
I look forward to add on features to this amazing app. I've been sharing it with my students as well, so you have an enthusiastic (if not evangelical) marketing consultant in perhaps an unexpected client base.
Best anatomy reference to date, excellent value
There is so much information, and the interactive nature makes it easy to explore it all. I was hesitant to buy at first since I’m studying art, not medicine, and I wasn’t sure I’d be able to get much use from it. However, compared to the price of a textbook, it’s really not that much at all.
This app is the core resource I use to study anatomy. It has information on attachment points for everything, which is helpful for memorizing the shapes and functions of bones.
My only complaint would be that the male/female toggle doesn’t show much sexual dimorphism. The male and female skeletons are almost exactly the same, with only the pelvic girdle different. For example, the shape of the spine, the angle and separation of the femurs and the size and shape of the skull are the same when they should not be, which would also affect the posture of the model. My guess is that to get those differences modeled would be an enormous amount of work, and at any rate it’s not especially important unless you’re in art or forensics.
Being able to spin around the anatomy and virtually dissect the models is amazing. Also impressive is the animations showing how the muscles operate.
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- Argosy Publishing
- 1.3 GB
- Requires iOS 13.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 13.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 13.0 or later.
English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Simplified Chinese, Spanish
- Age Rating
- 12+ Infrequent/Mild Medical/Treatment Information Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes Infrequent/Mild Sexual Content and Nudity
- © Argosy Publishing, Inc., 2007–2024. All Rights Reserved.
- In-App Purchases
- Patient Education Animations $19.99
- Advanced Animations $9.99
- 3D Dental Anatomy $7.99
Some in‑app purchases, including subscriptions, may be shareable with your family group when Family Sharing is enabled.