X-Anatomy™ is a CT cross sectional human anatomy interactive medical imaging atlas for iPad and iPhone, designed for medical professionals and all students of anatomy.
Want to learn CT anatomy quickly?
Includes Level of Detail Needed by Medical Professionals
Developed by physicians:
We created X-Anatomy to use for ourselves, tested and used in clinical practice and as an interactive learning resource.
Includes actual human patient body scans, totalling hundreds of images.
Detailed anatomic notes about every muscle (action, origin, insertion, blood supply, innervation), vessel, and key anatomic structures.
Includes lymph node stations for neck cancers (AJR:174, 3-2000), breast cancers (AJCC), lung cancers (IASLC) used by surgeons, radiologists, radiation oncologists, etc. Includes liver segment (Couinaud) classifications.
Complete color-coded index of anatomic structures
Experience Quick Reference and Fast Learning
Just TOUCH an anatomic structure to identify the vessels, muscles, organs, bones, anatomic spaces or landmarks.
Automatic TRACKING of anatomic structures. Just SCROLL and FOLLOW through the image slices and X-Anatomy™ will fluidly follow that structure through the body.
Body LOCALIZER shows you where you are as you scroll through the body
BASIC version includes CT Sinuses, CT Chest, CT Abdomen & Male Pelvis.
PRO version also includes CT Brain, CT Neck, CT Lungs, CT Abdomen & Female Pelvis.
Who uses X-Anatomy?
Physicians and residents of all specialties, including radiologists, nuclear medicine, radiation oncologists, surgeons of all subspecialties, neurologists, primary care, physical rehabilitation, etc.
Medical students and pre-medical students
Imaging technologists and students (x-ray/CT/PET/MRI)
Nurses and nursing students, nurse practictioners, physician assistants
Physical therapists and students
Chiropractors and students
All health care personnel
Biomedical-related scientists and researchers who need a cross sectional human anatomy reference
Anyone who believes that intelligent minds never stop learning. Anyone interested in the human body. Have you had a CT scan of yourself and taken home a copy of the images?
Feedback & Tips: Use the subreddit r/XAnatomy for feedback, discussion, suggestions, tips, questions, and help.