This comprehensive human skeletal system resource is an easy, interactive way to reference bone names and markings. Includes high quality skeletal photographs representing both the axial and appendicular skeleton. OpenLab.bones was created by educators at NC State University through BioCentric Media LLC, an NC State sponsored start-up. This app is a must have for human anatomy students, teachers, healthcare professionals, or anyone interested in learning more about the human body.
•High quality, accurate information that visually emphasizes bone borders, regional bone markings, joints and associated cartilages
•Easy to use, intuitive interface allows you to interact with both images and text
•Variety of viewing options including the ability to easily rotate, cut, and change views
•Multiple navigation options including menu, full skeleton, regional, and film strip selection
•Multiple choice and answer fill-in quizzes created randomly for 5 to all structures shown in each region.