Musculoskeletal Anatomy Series
The SecondLookTM mobile application for the iPad, the iPhone and Android devices is a review resource that provides a series of anatomical slides for users to self-test their level of knowledge of and ability to recognize key human musculoskeletal anatomical structures. The slides in the SecondLookTM Musculoskeletal Anatomy application feature images from the University of Michigan Medical School's Embalmed & Plastinated Anatomy Collections. The SecondLookTM Musculoskeletal Anatomy Lite application is free to download and comes with representative sample pages. The complete SecondLookTM Musculoskeletal Anatomy mobile application can be purchased and contains sets covering the osteology of upper and lower limbs, the soft tissues of upper and lower limbs, and the human torso including superficial back anatomy at a level pertinent to first year medical students, nursing and kinesiology students, and other learners of the medical sciences. It allows users to review, self-evaluate, and test their knowledge of musculoskeletal human anatomy in order to be better prepared for examinations.
About the Authors:
Dr. John M. Stribley is lecturer in the Department of Surgery, Division of Anatomical Sciences, at the University of Michigan Medical School. He has taught gross anatomy for many years and is the former course director of the popular ANAT403 undergraduate anatomy course at the University of Michigan. Dr. Virginia M. Sheffield has graduated from the University of Michigan Medical School and is continuing her training in the Internal Medicine Residency Program at the University of Michigan.
App Download Options from the iTunes Store and the Google Play Store:
The SecondLookTM Musculoskeletal Anatomy application with all five slide sets can be downloaded for free.
From time to time these apps may be updated with revised content. The SecondLookTM Musculoskeletal Anatomy app will display a prompt if new updates are available for download. Tapping "Update" will cause the slide decks to be updated.
The Michigan Musculoskeletal Anatomy SecondLookTM series consists of five slide sets, which cover upper and lower limbs and torso gross anatomy. Users have the option of reviewing the slides in either random or sequential order.
The slides in the Musculoskeletal Anatomy SecondLookTM applications include high quality images from the University of Michigan Medical School's embalmed, osteology and plastinated anatomy collections.
The slides' images test important musculoskeletal anatomy and some clinical concepts.
Medical, dental, nursing, kinesiology, and other health sciences students, and lab professionals. This application was designed with learners in mind, who want to self-evaluate and review their knowledge of human musculoskeletal anatomy in preparation for quizzes or exams.
Here's what iTunes Store and Google Play customers say about the SecondLookTM MSK Anatomy apps:
"Prior to finding this app, I was disappointed with any collection of anatomy images I could find. Any images I could find online were messy and impossible to discern the details of different structures. In this app, everything is clear and well-marked. Well worth the download!"
"This app reviews the essentials every nursing, medical and kinesiology student should know about the human MSK system. Easy to use and efficient, it not just tests fact knowledge, but a real understanding of the material."
"A great on-the-go App for students to wrap up and know their unknowns before the exam. And a great tool for instructors to set up a practical anatomy examination."
- iOS: Requires iOS 9.0 or later, and is compatible with iPhone and iPad.
- Android: Requires Android 5.0 (Lollipop) or higher and is compatible with most tablet and phone devices.
- Language: English
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