by Next Dimension Imaging

A program that is set up to show the human anatomy

Operating system: Windows

Publisher: Next Dimension Imaging

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Last revision: Last week

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This program which is free, allows you to learn about the human anatomy. Mostly focused on the bones in our body. It consists of a tree view providing categorization of the bones. This program is made easy with the aspect of searching specific types of bones. It also has a dictionary you can locate in which you can find wording for types of bones. Names of the bones can be located in Latin and English spelling. In short, bonelab can be helpful to students in medicine and those who are simply interested in human anatomy. The Bonelab is simple, like google Earth making it a valuable tool for distance learning and collaboration. Most will not need a help file being the depths of the file with clarifying a lot of the information needed. The highlight of the software is definitely the 3D model of the skeleton. Being is a very well-drawn collection of bones. Although caution must be stated, if you change a bone's name, it will not return in due time. This program is so direct yet functional that it does not have to offer any special features. However, we would have liked to place a bone intricacy if there was to be one.

You can gain learning skills about the human body

  1. A skeletal model with 275 parts with bones and teeth integrated. 
  2. Optional colorization for visual identification 
  3. All parts are stored with correct words of Latin and English, naming
  4. The online browser provides instant access and use to Wikipedia if needed to search anatomical terms or words that may be needed to help you find specifics needed
  5. This software comes with 60 annotated example views
  6. You can also create your own views and labels, and comments and such as needed for presentation purposes or to share with colleagues students or peers of any kind
Ruaridh Speakman
BoneLab is a powerful 3D bone anatomy software designed for medical professionals, educators and students. It provides an interactive 3D environment for exploring and learning about the anatomy of the human skeleton. With its realistic 3D graphics, intuitive user interface and comprehensive content, BoneLab helps users understand and visualize bones and bone structures from any angle. It also includes a quiz feature which allows users to test their knowledge of the skeletal system.
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