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Interactive Functional Anatomy 2nd Edition DVD-ROM
 
Interactive Functional Anatomy 2nd Edition DVD-ROM
 

Interactive Functional Anatomy DVD-ROM contains a complete 3D model of the entire skeleton with muscles, ligaments, bones, arteries, and nerves, all presented in eight different views. Through the use of advanced medical imaging and computer graphic techniques, every visible feature has been labeled and provides access to an extensive range of full text articles on bones, muscles, and ligaments. Each article describes proximal and distal attachments, blood supply, innervation, function in open and closed kinetic chain, and common injuries.

 
Interactive Functional Anatomy also incorporates a wide selection of interactive functions and advanced animations. Each 3D anatomical feature and its corresponding text article provides a link to attachments, patient information, surface anatomy movies, and 3D animations of muscle function, that can be fully rotated. Moreover, a selection of complex interactive animations, based on motion capture data and electromyography, has been included, which show common activities such as push ups and walking.
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Features
Patient Info Text    


















Boutonniere Deformity
De Quervain Syndrome
ECU Tendon Dislocation
Intersection Syndrome
Mallet Finger
Profundus Tendon Rupture
Trigger Finger
Accessory Ossicle
Achilles Tendon Rupture
Antalgic Gait
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Compartment Syndrome
Drop Foot
Iliotibial band friction syndrome
Patellar Tendonitis
Piriformis syndrome
Plantar nerve irritation

 

















sesamoidities
scalenus anticus syndrome
torticollis
whiplash
bursitis
contusion
growth plate injury
laceration
length-associated changes
muscle rupture
muscle spasm
muscle strain
myofascial pain syndrome
myositis ossificans
nerve injury
tendon rupture
tendonitis

Screenshots
 
Head and Neck
 
Functional Anatomy | Head Model w/ Text
 
Full Body
 
Functional Anatomy | Full Body Model w/ Text
 
 
Walking up stairs - muscles
Functional Anatomy | Walking Up Stairs - Muscles
 
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Models





Full Body
Upper Body
Trunk & Arms
Lower Body
Forearm & Hand




Hand
Lower Leg & Foot
Foot
Neurovascular - full, upper, trunk & arms, lower

Anatomical Text




Muscles
Ligaments
Bones
Arteries



Nerves
Attachments
Miscellaneous

Muscle Function Animations

















Abduction/adduction of the hip
Abduction/adduction of the MCP joints
Abduction/adduction of the MTP joints
Abduction/adduction of the shoulder
Contralateral rotation of the head and cervical spine
Elevation/depression of the scapula
External/internal rotation of the hip
External/internal rotation of the knee
External/internal rotation of the shoulder
Flexion/extension of the cervical spine
Flexion/extension of the elbow
Flexion/extension of the head and cervical spine
Flexion/extension of the head on the neck
Flexion/extension of the hip
Flexion/extension of the IP joints of the hand
Flexion/extension of the IP joints of the toes
Flexion/extension of the knee
















Flexion/extension of the MCP joints
Flexion/extension of the MTP joints
Flexion/extension of the shoulder
Flexion/extension of the trunk
Flexion/extension of the wrist
Inversion/eversion of the subtalar joint
Ipsilateral rotation of the head and the cervical spine
Lateral flexion of the head and cervical spine
Lateral flexion of the trunk
Opposition
Palmar flexion/dorsiflexion of the ankle
Pronation/supination of the forearm
Protraction/retraction of the scapula
Radial/ulnar deviation of the wrist
Rotation of the trunk
Upward/downward rotation of the scapula

Surface Anatomy Movies















































































Abductor digiti minimi: abduction of the little finger
Abductor group of muscles: adduction of the thigh at the hip (against resistance)
Anconeus: extension of the elbow
Biceps brachii: flexion of the arm at the shoulder
Biceps brachii: flexion of the elbow
Biceps brachii: supination of the forearm
Biceps femoris (lateral hamstring): external rotation of knee (when the knee is flexed)
Biceps femoris (lateral hamstring): flexion of the knee
Biceps femoris (lateral hamstring): helps raise the trunk
Coracobrachialis: adduction and flexion of the arm at the shoulder
Deltoid (anterior part): flexion of the arm at the shoulder
Deltoid (anterior part): internal rotation of the arm at the shoulder
Deltoid (posterior part): extension of the arm at the shoulder
Deltoid (posterior part): external rotation of the arm at the shoulder
Deltoid: abduction of the arm at the shoulder
Erector spinae: working together will produce extension of the spine
Extensor carpi radialis longus and brevis: extension and radial deviation of the wrist
Extensor carpi ulnaris: ulnar deviation and extension of the wrist
Extensor digiti minimi: extension of the little finger and wrist
Extensor digitorum brevis: extension of the four medial toes
Extensor digitorum longus (of foot): extension of the toes and ankle and dorsiflexion of the foot at the ankle
Extensor digitorum: extension of the wrist and all the fingers as a whole
Extensor hallucis longus: extension of the great toe and ankle
Extensor pollicis longus: extension of the interphalangeal and metacarpophalangeal joints of the thumb
External oblique: contralateral rotation of the trunk
First, second, third, and fourth dorsal interossei: abduction of fingers (middle finger is central for this movement)
Flexor carpi radialis: flexion and radial deviation of the wrist
Flexor carpi ulnaris: ulnar deviation and flexion of the wrist joint
Flexor digitorum profundus: flexion and radial deviation of the wrist
Flexor carpi ulnaris: ulnar deviation and flexion of the wrist joint
Flexor digitorum profundus: flexion of the proximal and distal interphalangeal, metacarpophalangeal, & wrist joints
Flexor digitorum superficialis: flexion of the proximal inerphalangeal, metacarpophalangeal, and wrist joints
Flexor pollicis brevis: flexion of the caprometacarpal and metacarpophalangeal joints fo the thumb
Flexor pollicis longus: flexion of the interphalangeal and metacarpophalangeal joints of the thumb
Gastrocnemius: flexion of the knee
Gastrocnemius: plantarflexion of the ankle
Gluteus maximus: extension of the thigh at the hip
Gluteus maximus: extension of the thigh at the hip (in step up)
Gluteus maximus: external rotation of the thigh at the hip
Gluteus maximus: raises trunk from bent forward position (extension of the thigh at the hip)
Gluteus medius: abduction of the thigh at the hip
Gluteus medius: internal rotation of the thigh at the hip
Gracilis: flexion of the knee
Infraspinatus: external rotation of the arm at the shoulder
Internal oblique: ipsilateral rotation of the trunk
Latissimus Dorsi: extension, adductino, and medial rotation of the arm at the shoulder
Levator scapulae: raises the shoulder girdle
Opponens pollicis: opposition of the thumb to the palm of the hand
Palmaris longus: tightening of the palmar fascia and flexion of the wrist
Pectoralis major (clavicular head): flexion of the arm at the shoulder (from an extended position)
Pectoralis major (sternal head); extension of the arm at the shoulder (from a flexed position)
Pectoralis major: as a whole, adduction of the arm at the shoulder
Pectoralis major: as a whole, internal rotation of the arm at the shoulder
Peroneus brevis: eversion of the foot at the ankle
Peroneus longus: eversion and plantarflexion of foot at the ankle
Popliteus: internal rotation of the leg at the knee and external rotation of the thigh
Pronator teres: pronation of the forearm
Quadratus lumborum: lateral flexion of the trunk
Quadriceps femoris: extension of the knee
Quadriceps femoris: extension of the knee (in step up)
Rectus abdominus: flexion of the trunk from a lying position
Rhomboideus major and minor: adduction of the scapula
Sartorius: flexion, abduction, and external rotation of the thigh at the hip and flexion of the knee
Semimembranosus and semitendinosus (medial hamstrings): internal rotation of the knee (when knee is flexed)
Soleus: plantarflexion of the ankle
Sternocleidomastoid: contralateral rotation of the head
Sternocleidomastoid: lateral flexin of the head and cervical spine
Supraspinatus: abduction of the arm at the shoulder
Tensor fasciae latae: internal rotation of the thigh at the hip
Tensor fasciae latae: tenses the fasciae on lateral side of the thigh and extension of the knee
Teres major: extension of the arm at the shoulder (with internal rotation and adduction)
Teres minot: adduction of the arm at the shoulder (against resistance)
Tibialis anterior: dorsiflexion and inversion of the foot at the ankle
Trapezius (lower part): depression of the shoulder girdle
Trapezius (middle part): draws the scapula medially as in bracing the shoulder girdle
Trapezius (upper part): contralateral rotation of head
Trapezius (upper part): raises the shoulder girdle
Triceps brachii: extension of the arm at the shoulder
Triceps: extension of the elbow

Gross Motor Movement Animations

Push Ups
Sit-Ups

Stand from Sitting
Walking
Live Action Movies

Push Ups
Sit-Ups

Stand from Sitting
Walking
 
 
 

Anatomy Authors

Susan Kay Hillman, ATC, PT, Associate Professor and Director of Human Anatomy, Arizona School of Health Sciences, a division of Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine.
She served as head athletic trainer for the University of Arizona for twelve years and as a consultant, athletic trainer and physical therapist for the Pittsburgh Steelers© and Philadelphia Eagles© American Football Teams

Technical Information

Also available:
Yoga

Single user licence

Format: DVD-ROM

PC and Mac compatible

Operating Systems:
Microsoft XP, Vista, Windows 7
Mac OSX 10.3, 10.4, 10.5, 10.6

Processor speed:1.5 GHz with 512 MB of RAM
Disk Space: 200 MB
Screen display: 1024 x 768 screen
DVD drive required

 
 
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