SI Joint ? Sacaral Illiac Joint? I think I missed it... otherwise a good app. I know the sijoint is not thought about much. Since it seems so minor. It is not studied or considered easy to diagnos, and only is accessible from the posterior. Darn things..
Too big Over 48MB, no option to transfer to SD card. I can hardly work out what it does - just diagrams, and the sensory localiser is inaccurate. Uninstalled.
Good idea, poorly executed. Works well on some phones Worked extremely well on my Samsung Galaxy S 2 but looks terrible on my Samsung Note 3 . many of the words are cut off and the sensory diagram is no longer as accurate once trying to select a specific distribution. I'm sure it would be an easy fix for the developers. Thank you
Great application A unique app which was sorely needed by students of the peripheral nervous system. However, the sensory localizations of the lower limb are inaccurate.. kindly fix it. Otherwise, very nice work!
Originally worked well on my Galazy S2, but updating to S6 made the app pretty much not functional. Choosing "muscles" , then "Add Muscle" opens up a list of muscles, but they are all overlapping, Adding a muscle selects a muscle, but it is unreadable, and the results are unreadable.. the vertical layout has been altered on the newer phone. I used to use this a lot, now its sort of sad. Please fix this, it was a great, helpful tool! It used to be 5-star, and would be again, when fixed!
Doesn't work on new version of Android phones (I have an LG V20). Great for iPhone. One nerve is mismatched, see if you can figure it out ;)
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