Barry Berkovitz, Anatomy, Cell and Human Biology Group, GKT School of Biomedical Sciences, Guy’s Campus, London, U.K.
Claudia Kirsch, MD, Associate Professor – DO Radiology; Ohio State University, former Consultant – St. Bartholomews and The Royal London Hospital Trust, Diagnostic Imaging Neuroradiology Section, London, UK
A more detailed 3D anatomy head and neck compared with the “Interactive Head and Neck” from the series “Anatomy Series Complete Human Anatomy 9 CD” with the ability to view detailed brain, cranial nerves, sensory organs. An interactive resource that gives you access to stunning 3D computer graphic modeling of the head, neck, face, larynx and pharynx, external, middle and inner ear, orbit and eyes, oral and nasal cavities, teeth, tongue, sinuses, cervical plexus, brachial plexus, plus an interactive laryngoscopic view down the trachea. Plus, you can also choose from 10 detailed 3D views of the brain and 13 views of cranial nerves.
Interactive functions allow you to rotate the model through 360 degrees and add or remove layers of anatomy to view and label any feature with ease. Clicking on a feature will bring up hot links to all relating text, dissections, clinical slides, diagrams, illustrations, video clips and functional anatomy animations.
Detailed and labeled cross section anatomy can be viewed in 3 planes and compared with equivalent MRI in up to 20 slices.
Simple edit functions allow you to export and print any image from the software for use in your own presentations, patient education and student handouts.
3D Head and Neck Anatomy, With Special Senses and Basic Neuroanatomy is a stunning resource that gives you access to detailed 3-D computer graphic modeling of the head, neck, face, ear, nose, throat, eye, cranial nerves, sinuses, teeth, and brain. The DVD-ROM includes interactive functions that allow you to rotate the model through 360 degrees and add or remove layers of anatomy to view and label any feature with ease. Clicking on a feature will bring up hot links to all relating text, dissections, clinical slides, diagrams, illustrations, video clips, and functional anatomy animations. Additionally, simple edit functions allow you to export and print any image from the software for use in your own presentations, patient education, and student handouts.
The second edition features 10 functional anatomy animations, including the temporomandibular joint, facial movement, and the neck. It also allows you to choose from more than 80 three-dimensional views of anatomy. All main views allow you to rotate and add or remove layers of anatomy from the models. Views include the following:
- Head and neck
- Oral cavity
- Teeth (including modeling of axilla, mandible)
- Temporomandibular joint
- Orbit and eyes
- Extrinsic eye muscles
- Muscles of swallowing
- External, middle, and inner ear
- Nasal cavity
- Paranasal sinuses
- Cervical plexus
- Phrenic nerve
- Lesser occipital nerve
- Greater auricular nerve
- Transverse cutaneous nerve
- Brachial plexus
The second edition also includes separate views for each cranial nerve:
- Olfactory nerve
- Optic nerve
- Oculomotor nerve
- Trochlear nerve
- Trigeminal nerve
- Abducens nerve
- Facial nerve
- Vestibular cochlear nerve
- Glossopharyngeal nerve
- Vagus nerve
- Accessory nerve
- Hypoglossal nerve
- Separate views for the brain:
- Dural folds
- Brain stem
All 3D models are interactive and fully labeled with detailed explanatory anatomy text and links to all related content within the software. The MRI section links the 3D model with MRI scans in three planes (axial, sagittal, coronal) and moves through slices of both the model and MRI. Users can take an interactive quiz to test comprehension of the material.
3D Head and Neck Anatomy, with Special Senses and Basic Neuroanatomy is an excellent reference for otolaryngologists, speech therapists, medical schools covering basic neuroanatomy, osteopaths, and other professionals interested in developing their knowledge of the special senses in the head and neck.
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- Format: NTSC
- Studio: Human Kinetics
- ASIN: 1904369693
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PC and Mac compatible
Processor speed:1.5 GHz with 512 MB of RAM
Disk Space: 200 MB
Screen display: 1024 x 768 screen
- Install a Virtual Disk software. I recommend DAEMON Tools Lite
- Mount the .iso file
- Copy the “3DHeadAndNeck.exe” file from the “Patch” folder into the installation folder
- Copy the file “loading.txt” from the “Patch” folder into (Drive):\Program Files\Primal Pictures\3D Head and Neck\data
- Run the program using the desktop shortcut
- If you don’t want to use Virtual Disk software, you may burn the .iso file to a DVD
- Uninstall all Quicktime version from your PC before install
- If you can’t run it, try running the program in compatibility mode (right click the desktop shortcut, choose Compatibility tab, check “Run this program in compatibility mode for:”, choose Windows XP or Windows 98)