Try out an award-winning anatomy app

iAnatomy, a free electronic anatomy atlas of the face, neck, chest, abdomen, and pelvis for the iPhone/iPod Touch and the iPad, is perfect for students of cross-sectional anatomy and professionals who want a refresher.

Developed by a radiologist, iAnatomy has 75 images, including 60 CT scans, and over 1300 anatomy identifying labels (Latin terminology is optional).  The tab format allows viewers to see bone, muscle, organ, or blood vessel labels on each image.

iAnatomy includes images from the National Library of Medicine (NLM) Visible Human Project, and won the NLM 2011 “Show Off Your Apps” award.

For more information about apps for health care professionals, check out Miner Library’s Mobile User’s Wiki.

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