Explore the entire skeletal system, the general anatomy and preview all systems for FREE, with over 4500 landmarks on display.
If you want to learn about each organ and structure in even greater detail, try our 5-day free trial or subscribe.
Every anatomical system is accompanied by detailed information about its structure , including organ information, clinical notes and a general description.
*** Skeletal system – A List of Landmarks is pinned directly to the corresponding bones with description, visualized foramina, correct audio pronunciation, and classification. You can also view them by hierarchy. Interactive I/O map for every bone.
*** General anatomy – Discover the anatomy planes, axis locations, and directions that comprise the human body. Explore more than 80 body parts and regions, all of which have been clearly labelled and sorted according to their correct medical hierarchies.
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*** Muscles – A List of Insertions and Origins is pinned directly to the corresponding bones. Muscles are sorted into groups and contain a description with origin, innervation, insertion and function.
*** Joints – A List of joints containing description with type, shape, articular head and fossa, capsule, ligaments, and movements. You can also view them by hierarchy.
*** Urogenital & Respiratory system – Anatomyka’s urinary, genital and respiratory systems can be selected independently. For extra detail, many of its organs contain cross sections allowing you to explore their inner anatomy.
*** ANATOMYKA TOP FEATURES ***
Explore for free anatomical over 4500 landmarks (parts, surfaces, foramina, origins, insertions) with detailed descriptions and classifications
A vivid, color coded 3D map allows users to view high-resolution textures accompanied by informative descriptions from comprehensive textbook ‘Memorix Anatomy’. These are arranged into a proper anatomical hierarchy, meaning learning is structured and easy to understand.
Choose from different themes for a better visual experience, including classic atlas, dark atlas, dark space and cartoon style.
Set your own color for organs, structures or systems for more effective memorizing
Create labels and pin them to different parts of the body. Labels automatically highlight the name and color of the organ and are great for creating anatomical posters.
– User-friendly interface: Zoom, rotate, scale, colorize, isolate, select, hide, and fade all anatomical structures
– Multiple selection: Select multiple organs and structures at once
– Draw and add images: Customize visuals by drawing or inserting images
– Search: Look up terms in the Anatomyka ‘terms library’
– Share: Share your artwork without UI
COMING SOON ! STAY TUNED!
*** Q2 – Q3 2019
– General anatomy
– Skin and senses
– General anatomy
and many more new exciting features!
Utilising cutting-edge 3D modelling, our app allows you to get up close with human anatomy in all its breathtaking complexity. With medically accurate descriptions accompanying each organ and anatomical structure, this software is perfect for students, professionals, or anyone with a casual interest in the human body.
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THE GENERAL ANATOMY
You can now view our general anatomy models for free! Discover the anatomy planes, axis locations, and directions that comprise the human body. Explore more than 80 body parts and regions, all of which have been clearly labelled and sorted according to their correct medical hierarchies.
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– Offline mode for subscribers
– Fixed small search bugs
– Improved User Interface
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