Learn anatomy in an easy and fun way.
With 131 different anatomical structures in latin.
If you're studying medicine want to be a doctor or a physician in the future this is a great app - perfect for medical students.
All the anatomical words are in Latin and some of them also have some special characters for pronunciation help.
The app include these different main structures:
- Medulla spinalis
- Cerebrospinal fluid
- Nervi craniales
Notice: You will have to download Adobe Air after the installation, in order for the app to work. This is beacause the Anatomy Star app is based on flash. Adobe Air helps this flash to run on your device. Adobe Air is one of the most downloaded apps in the app stores around the world.
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This mobile app has been designed for busy physicians, neurology residents, medical students and other healthcare professionals by the creators of the #1 free medical app - Prognosis: Your DIagnosis.
Each clinical case is based on a real-life patient while the management options and discussions have been reviewed by a panel of 120+ specialist physicians spanning 27 specialties.
The cases are designed in line with current guidelines and test clinical as well as theoretical knowledge.
This free app contains 35 clinical cases and comprehensive discussions that are an ideal tool in preparation for academic or professional licensure exams.
1. Trigeminal Neuralgia
2. Temporal Lobe Epilepsy
3. Bell's plasy
4. Acoustic Neuroma
5. Lateral Medullary Syndrome
6. Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus
7. Ischemic Stroke
8. Parkinsons Disease
9. Multiple Sclerosis
10. Foot Drop
11. Essential Tremor
12. Acute Encephalitis
13. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
14. Basilar Migraine
15. Myasthenia Gravis
16. Bitemporal Hemianopia
17. Cluster Headache
18. Meningitis, Bacterial
19. Neuroleptic Malignant Syndrome
20. Cerebral Venous Thrombosis
21. Subarachnoid Hemorrhage
22. Lambert-Eaton Myasthenic Syndrome
23. Spinal Epidural Abscess
24. Peripheral Neuropathy, B12 def.
25. Guillain Barre Syndrome
27. Cervical Spondylomyelopathy
28. Chronic SDH
29. Cervical Spondylotic Myelopathy
32. Transverse Myelitis
33. Neuromyelitis Optica
34. Functional Neurological Symptom Disorder
35. Nonconvulsive Status Epilepticus
Learn your neuroanatomy using interactive mapped images. Each slice has neuroanatomical regions mapped out so that you can familiarise yourself with nuclei and tracts of the brain and spinal cord. I hope that NeuroSlice will be useful to training neurologists, neurosurgeons, medical students, and neuroscience students.
This is the very first release; if you have any problems with this app, please email me and I'll try and fix it in the update!
Neuroscan comprises 40 images taken from MRI scans and stained brain sections, which have been digitally labeled with the anatomical regions. They are all downloaded in the 6MB so you can browse offline.
The program allows you to
1) touch a region to highlight it, and its name will be displayed
2) select the name of a region, and the region will be highlighted
3) search the database of regions to show which slices a given locus is visible.
Most regions also have a short description, explaining the significance of the region. and can link out to Wikipedia if you have an internet connection.
Finally, there is a testing-mode (beta) in which you can test yourself in one of two ways. Either you have to touch the region whose name is shown, or you have to select the name of the region which is highlighted.
The software is written by Sanjay Manohar ( http://www.smanohar.com ) who also wrote the HOM physiology simulator in collaboration with Roger Carpenter (http://www.homphysiology.org).
To contact the author, email me on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Want to know more?
This app has been developed to support the fifth edition of Neurophysiology: A conceptual approach, 5E by Roger Carpenter and Benjamin Reddi - an unrivalled ‘one stop shop’ for students of medicine, physiology and applied physiology, neurophysiology, neuroscience and other bioscience courses looking for a comprehensive, integrated introduction to the challenging disciplines of neuroscience and neurology. Click here to buy: http://www.crcpress.com/product/isbn/9781444135176
Purchasers of Neurophysiology: A conceptual approach, 5E also get free access to a companion website: http://cw.tandf.co.uk/neurophysiology/ -- which provides further interactive resources to support teaching and learning:
• NeuroLab – interactive exhibits;
• NeuroSound – sound clips illustrating the chapter on the auditory system;
• NeuroVid – a comprehensive set of movie clips showing the components of a standard clinical neurological examination; and
• NeuroQuestions – sixteen sets of interactive MCQs.
The app was developed by Dr Sanjay Manohar of Oxford University. The material for NeuroScan and NeuroSlice was put together by Alice Miller of Edinburgh University Medical School, and the Java programs for desktop were written by Sanjay Manohar and Robin Marlow.
The histological material was taken, with permission, from Riley HA, An Atlas of the Basal Ganglia, Brain Stem and Spinal Cord, 1943, Williams and Wilkins, Baltimore, and the MRI scans are taken from Gillespie JE and Jackson A (eds), MRI and CT of the Brain, 2000, Hodder Arnold, London, by kind permission.
Much of the development of this material was supported by an award to RHSC from the Institute for Learning and Teaching.
Also included are a built-in checklist for neuro exams and SLUMS mental status exam!
- The calculation of the minimum number of clicks
- Pictures for the diagnosis of aphasia
- Export results (Available only in the full version)
- The proper support for devices with different screen sizes (including tablet PC) has been done
- Ability to manually change the language of the program
The application is available in the following languages:
Example of detailed test report:
Patient's ID: Smith J.
Date & Time: 01/02/2013 00:14
Level of Consciousness: 2. Not alert; Only responsive to repeated or strong and painful stimuli
Level of Consciousness: Questions: 1. Answers one question correctly
Level of Consciousness: Commands: 1. Performs one task correctly
Best Gaze: 1. Partial gaze palsy; gaze is abnormal in one or both eyes, but forced deviation or total gaze paresis is not present
Visual: tests visual fields: 2. Complete hemianopia
Facial Palsy: 2. Partial paralysis (total or near-total paralysis of lower face)
Motor Right Arm: 2. Some effort against gravity; limb maintain 90 (or 45) degrees, drifts down
Motor Left Arm: 2. Some effort against gravity; limb maintain 90 (or 45) degrees, drifts down
Motor Right Leg: 2. Some effort against gravity; leg falls to bed by 5 seconds
Motor Left Leg: 2. Some effort against gravity; leg falls to bed by 5 seconds
Limb Ataxia: 2. Present in two limbs
Sensory: 1. Mild-to-Moderate sensory loss; patient feels the pinprick, however he or she feels as if it is duller on one side
Best Language: 2. Severe aphasia; all speech is fragmented, and examiner is unable to extract the figure's content from the patients speech
Dysarthria: 2. Severe dysarthria; speech is so slurred that he or she cannot be understood, or patients that cannot produce any speech
Extinction and Inattention: 1. Visual, tactile, auditory, spatial, or personal inattention
25 points on the NIHSS. Severe stroke.
Any suggestions, inquiries, and requests for adding other languages are welcomed by e-mail to email@example.com with the "Android-NIHSS" mark in the subject line.
Please, help us to make the application available in your own language.
- Details of key movements for each root and peripheral nerve
- Aids to differentiate different peripheral nerve and root lesions
- Diagrams covering sensory supply including dermatomes and nerve course
- Common lesion locations explained
Please note that Peripheral Nerve Expert is intended as an educational guide only and that nerve and root territories vary between individuals.
GCS was initially used to assess level of consciousness after head injury, and the scale is now used by first aid, EMS, and doctors as being applicable to all acute medical and trauma patients. In hospitals it is also used in monitoring chronic patients in intensive care.
The scale was published in 1974 by Graham Teasdale and Bryan J. Jennett, professors of neurosurgery at the University of Glasgow's Institute of Neurological Sciences at the city's Southern General Hospital.
GCS is used as part of several ICU scoring systems, including APACHE II, SAPS II, and SOFA, to assess the status of the central nervous system. A similar scale, the Rancho Los Amigos Scale is used to assess the recovery of traumatic brain injury patients.
Srpskohrvatski / српскохрватски
All the definitions have been graphically described with the help of 3D animations and are accompanied by text definitions. This free app has 5 Videos, to see the complete list please 'buy' and download to play independent of the internet.
Cada cierto tiempo la aplicación se actualizara con nuevos tests.
Esta versión es totalmente compatible con tablets
Estamos recopilando tests de exámenes de varios temas en medicina, no sólo neuropsicofarma, si queréis podéis enviarnos vuestros propios tests a firstname.lastname@example.org para su valoración y posteriormente agregarlos a esta o a otra aplicación.
List of Contents
1. Cardio Vascular System
2. Digestive system
3. Endocrine - Central Nervous
4. Endocrine - Reproductive
5. Endocrine - Alimentary
6. The Eye
7. Female Reproductive System
8. Lymphatic System
9. Male Reproductive System
10. Muscular System - Back
11. Muscular System - Front
12. Nervous System
13. Respiratory System
14. Skeletal System - Back
15. Skeletal System - Front
16. Urinary System
- Illustration of each biological system that can be zoomed using pinch touch.
- Description of each element represented in each biological system.
- Reference links to wiki for more thorough descriptions.
- To view a specific biological system one has to select it from the main list. This will open a new view with an illustration of the biological system. The user can zoom the image to see details better by using the pinch zoom. To view more information about a topic, just click on the item. If the user wants a more detailed description there is a "More Information Wiki" button, which is available behind the menu button of the device.
Note: Ad supported application. For ad free version buy Human Anatomy Pro
CTools - Check your course and project sites on the go. View grades, access resources, read announcements, and more.
MPrint - Send documents to MPrint stations and add to your print queue.
M-Bus - View a map of U-M bus routes, search for a stop, and find out when the next bus will arrive. The map is animated in real-time to show the buses progress to each stop.
Dining - See menus for all campus dining halls and University Unions locations for today and the rest of the week.
Academics - View your current class schedule, set up grade alerts, and find classes.
News - Read the latest news from the Michigan Daily, University Record, U-M News Service, U-M Health System, Michigan Today, and more.
Directory - Search MCommunity, the U-M online directory, for students, faculty, and staff. Automatically add new contacts to your phone.
Campus Map - Find locations, parking, and directions across campus.
Events - Find out what's happening around campus, from concerts to symposiums.
Computer Labs - Locate an open seat at campus computer labs.
MLibrary - Search Mirlyn, the library catalog, and use other mobile library resources.
Career Center - Visit the university's Career Center mobile site.
Giving - Be a Victor for Michigan! Make a donation from your mobile device.
Travel Registry - View your trip itinerary, U-M emergency contact information, and more.
Feedback - Submit questions and comments about the Michigan App.
Emergency Contacts - Get local police and nearby medical care phone numbers.
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The One Cool Thing app comes to you from the editors of The Michigan Engineer magazine and the University of Michigan College of Engineering -- one of the top ranked engineering colleges in the world. Content in One Cool Thing is not limited to research from Michigan and includes stories from every corner of the world -- anywhere revolutionary technology and innovation lives.
In addition to the main feed, you’ll also have access to other great content:
Posts from LabLog (cool research -- as it happens)
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Plus, share cool content on social media.
based on the award-winning Plain Language Medical Dictionary widget
designed by Taubman Health Sciences Library, University of Michigan.
• Browse for a medical term and view its non-medical definition.
• Search a prefix such as "cardio" to easily find the word you want.
• Share the term and its definition to anyone you want.
Are you recovering from a concussion? Has your doctor asked you to keep track of your activities and your symptoms as you work through a concussion recovery program?
Wouldn’t it be great to have an easy way to keep track of your progress, and share that information with your healthcare team to make your follow-up appointments more productive?
Get started by entering the date and details of your injury in Return2Play. Then as you progress through the recovery protocol, under the direction of a physician, enter your activities, symptoms & their severity, and your notes along the way. You can even enter appointment dates and take notes right in the app! Email your progress history in chronological order to your physician, trainer or coach.
Return2Play also includes educational material about concussion and the BRAIN recovery protocol.
Return2Play was designed with the patient and healthcare team in mind. Our goal is to create a more efficient clinic appointment that leads to better management of the injury and safe return to play decisions.
Michigan NeuroSport is one of only a handful of comprehensive programs in the country dedicated to the neurological concerns of athletes. Michigan NeuroSport specializes in the treatment and prevention of neurological sports injuries, as well as the management of primary neurological diseases that affect athletic performance. V1.0 of this app is funded by the University of Michigan Health System Fostering Innovation Grants (FIGS.)
Return2Play is part of an overall education effort for coaches, parents, and players about concussion and recovery, coordinated by the Pediatric Trauma Program at C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital.
Mott Tiles is an Andorid app that enables you to browse the tile collection and to search the collection either by the tile location or creator.
M.D. Stat+ also lets prospective and admitted students view stats and facts about the current UMMS application process; link to relevant Facebook and Twitter accounts and medical student blogs; review how applications are processed at UMMS; and check out academic, demographic and other information about the most recent incoming medical student class to see how they compare.
* Status - Immediate access to University of Michigan Medical School admissions status and next steps
* Tracker and Path to UM - Current stats on and overview of Admissions process from beginning to end
* Connect with Admissions - Links to UMMS social media sites
* Class Profile - Academic, demographic and other information about most recent incoming class