Education

Human X-ray Anatomy

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Published by:

Team X-ray Anatomy

Version:

1.22

Released:

09. 16. 2013

Size:

N/A

Compatible:

1.6 and up
This application is primarily designed as an atlas of radiographic anatomy for x-ray technicians, radiographers, nurses and students who wants to practice their skills in recognizing anatomical features on plain film x-ray images. It covers the majority of bones in the axial and appendicular skeleton including the scull, spine, pelvis, upper and lower extremities with 300+ markings of bones and bone features. It also contains images covering 200+ markings of features in the chest and abdomen, the urinary system, HSG and angiograms. Also a range of pediatric x-rays is included.

-Swipe the screen and a list of the marked features will be revealed.

-Tap on images to zoom in
- English and latin nomenclature

All updates will be made freely available for current and future users.

Application permissions:

Your location:
- This is entirely for statistical and developemental purposes e.g. in which countries the app is downloaded the most.

Network communication, full internet access:
-This is entirely for application updates.

Storage, modify/delete USB storage contents:
-This is entirely for application updates.

Read phone state and identity:
-This is to prevent the application to interfere with incoming calls.

Prevent phone from sleeping:
-This is to prevent the phone from sleeping when using the application.

View network status:
-This tells the application if you are in the vicinity of WiFi.

Developer tools:
-This will have no effect whatsoever since the application does not have access to developer tools unless you actively allows it. Even then it will not have any effect.

System tools:
-This is entirely for short cuts and automatic start at reboot.

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Best regards

Team XRayAnatomy