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ANATOMY: WHAT'S INSIDE? An innovative new learning platform for anatomy students using AI
By: Suraj Patel
Human anatomy is the study of the structures of the human body. An understanding of anatomy is essential to the practice of health and medicine. Famous English Anatomist Henry Gray once stated, "Anatomy is, to the student of medicine and surgery, the most essential branch of anatomical science, having reference more especially to an accurate knowledge of the more important regions, and consisting in the application of anatomy generally to the practice of surgery." Biomedical, Medical, and Physiology students should have a solid understanding of the anatomic conditions used in regards to human body, the place of major organs and space of human body system, specific physiology and anatomy conditions, functions and locations of cells of the human body and physiological components of all techniques of the human body. That's where "Anatomy: What's Inside?" comes in handy. It's suitable and easy to have instant access to details of human anatomy rather than searching physical or online textbooks only one piece of information about human anatomy. "Anatomy: What's Inside?" solves a common problem of science students and makes their academical lives easier.
For further information regarding how "Anatomy: What's Inside?" allows science students' journeys easier by providing them with a platform to find almost all details of human anatomy only by taking a photo of body parts or medical images, you can visit the Google Play listing https://play.google.com/