Featuring over 1,350 high-resolution images from the National
Library of Medicine's Visible Male project, Acland's
Cross-Sectional Navigator is a powerful tool for teaching and
learning anatomy by cross-section. For the first time ever, Visible
Human project images are presented in digital quality, allowing
students to see cross-sectional anatomy as never before.
Each slice from the Visible Male project is one millimeter;
users can view images in increments of 1, 5, 10, or 100 slices. The
intuitive navigation system allows users to locate structures
quickly. The interface includes a human silhouette to provide
longitudinal orientation through the body. Anatomic regions are
color-coded for quick-click access.
"Windows / Macintosh Compatible"