• Increased accuracy of Oculomotor Nucleus anatomy.
• Increased accuracy of Edinger-Westphal Nucleus anatomy.
• Increased accuracy of Fasciculus cuneatus anatomy identification.
• Increased accuracy of Fasciculus gracilis anatomy identification.
• Updated description of Abducens Nucleus.
• Updated description of Oculomotor Nucleus.
• Updated description of Spinal Nucleus of V.
• Increased readability of annotation labels
Ratings and Reviews
Very limited functionality considering the price
If this app were more reasonably priced (perhaps $4), I wouldn’t be so dissapointed with how limited the information and controls are. You can’t click on any of the objects so there’s very little interactivity. I read the one critical review of this app and still bought it in hopes that it would be better; I strongly suggest you save your money.
Given that the app hasn’t had any updates for three years, it’s fair to say the author doesn’t plan on adding any features or enhancing the UI. This is where is could use some work.
I’m a med student and used this for my neuro course. After covering most of brain stem for one or two weeks, you won’t need to review this information anymore. So $20 is a lot to pay for an app you might only use for a week or two.
Unfortunately, I haven’t found another 3D app that I can recommend instead of this. However, you can learn most of this information from books and images online.
Very Good 3D Perspective
As a neurology student I’m always looking for good neuro apps. I’m impressed with this one and how you can clearly visualize the nuclei and main nerves of the brain stem. I must say however, the app is good, but it’s potential is very far reaching. I would love to see more neurology able to be layered over it and more detailed and more cross sectional slices to review. If you are studying the brainstem and nerve/nuclei locations, this is a very good app. Yes, I would recommend it.
Loma Linda U. rocks! Thanks for this App. I know you got a bad review from someone and then you went and fixed stuff. Thanks for listening!
This app puts everything into perspective. I'm at CSU-Sacramento taking neuroanatomy right now and this is helping a lot. I do wish it had the cerebrum too, but that wasn't what was being sold. So far this is the most helpful app/software I've found. Great job!
Keep up the good work!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.