Anatomy 4 (AIA4) is an exciting interactive learning and teaching
DVD-ROM that dramatically enhances the study of human anatomy and
related topics. This "flagship" product provides many new
enhancements, derived from extensive input from educators, authors,
health professionals and students worldwide. The result is a new
product that serves as a platform to bring high-quality content in
anatomy and physiology for educators and students in medicine,
allied health, and health sciences; Patient education; Healthcare
providers; Medical publishers and Legal professionals.
A.D.A.M. Interactive Anatomy 4 is a comprehensive database of
detailed anatomical images that allows users to point, click and
identify more than 20,000 anatomical structures within fully
dissectible male and female bodies in anterior, lateral, medial and
posterior views. The user is able to dissect the body layer by layer
or use a scroll bar to navigate deeper. This unique "dissection"
application offers an interactive approach to discovering the human
body. This award winning product enhances the learning, teaching and
sharing of anatomical information.
A.D.A.M. Interactive Anatomy 4, which has been extensively reviewed
by panels of leading anatomists, is recognized as the standard
anatomical database in computer-based medical education worldwide.
Rather than only read about health-related subjects, users are
empowered to view the particular body parts at issue, turning the
study of anatomy into an interactive and engaging experience.
AIA 4 includes many new enhancements, derived from extensive input
from educators, authors, health professionals and students
worldwide. The result is a new product that serves as a platform to
bring high-quality content in anatomy and physiology for instructors
and students in medicine, allied health, and health sciences;
patient education; healthcare providers; medical publishers and
legal professionals. These enhancements in the areas of performance,
content, and features, make A.D.A.M. Interactive Anatomy a "must
have" for learning anatomy.