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The most comprehensive, interactive anatomy resource for teaching and student practice is now available via online subscriptions in two different editions with more options than ever before:

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A.D.A.M. Interactive AnatomyA.D.A.M. Interactive Anatomy - Lite
Dissectible AnatomyDissectible Anatomy
Atlas AnatomyAtlas Anatomy
Clinical IllustrationsClinical Illustrations
Clinical AnimationsClinical Animations
3D AnatomyLab Exercises
Curriculum BuilderCurriculum Builder
Encyclopedia

Resources common to both editions?

Both editions includes a new design and online functionality that improves performance and makes it easier than ever for users to explore and learn.

Dissectible Anatomy

The most comprehensive digital database of detailed anatomical images in the world, with the ability to identify over 20,000 anatomical structures from different body orientations (anterior, lateral, medial, posterior, lateral arm, medial arm). Structures can be identified through a secondary language; English (undergraduate), French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese (Kanji), Japanese (Yomi), Portuguese, Spanish, Swedish.

Atlas Anatomy

Includes meticulously detailed full-color illustrations of body parts, organs, structures and systems complete with pinned structures for student identification.

Clinical Illustrations

Features more than 3,000 illustrations for teaching and learning in a clinical context.

Clinical Animations

Features 28 professionally-produced animations covering topics related to physiology, disease and surgery.

Curriculum Builder

Curriculum Builder is a great way to integrate your text with customized images from AIA for dynamic live lectures or for student lab activities. With our recent release, AIA now includes pre-built curriculum for 11 different body systems you can assign or use as a start for your own curriculum.

A.D.A.M. Interactive Anatomy:

A.D.A.M. Interactive Anatomy online as it has always been offered, includes 3D Anatomy and the illustrated Multimedia Encyclopedia. If using AIA for lecture or presentation is more important to you then this is the edition for you.

3D Anatomy

Includes a library of 3D models that users can interact with hundreds of detailed structures where the view and orientation automatically adjusts to highlight structures in the highest possible resolution. Models include: Heart, Ear, Eye, Skull, Brain, Female and Male Reproductive System, Lungs.

Multimedia Encyclopedia

Includes one of the world’s most comprehensive libraries, complete with a full repository of illustrations, diagrams, photos and videos. The medical encyclopedia includes 3,600 articles covering diseases, conditions, procedures, treatments, surgeries and more.

A.D.A.M. Interactive Anatomy – Lite:

A.D.A.M. Interactive Anatomy – Lite has been added as a new edition to provide more student practice and assessment at a more affordable price. This edition of AIA is most appropriate for cost-conscious customers who want students to have access to more student practice.

Lab Exercises

This interactive assessment tool has been enhanced and included 952 key anatomical structures in 11 body systems. It includes traditional drag-and-drop identification questions, as well as complete the statement formats. A performance summary report can be reviewed by the student and emailed to their instructor as an answer key.

Instructor Version:

Anatomy

The instructor’s version of A.D.A.M. Interactive Anatomy or A.D.A.M. Interactive Anatomy – Lite includes capabilities that the Student Version does not. Following are some differences between these versions:

Curriculum Builder

Curriculum Builder is a great way to integrate your text with customized images from AIA to create, organize, and package course materials, virtual laboratory exercises, classroom lecture presentations, and custom communication tools. With Curriculum Builder your classroom lectures, virtual laboratory exercises and more can be shared with your students electronically or posted using your school's learning management system.

Import and export capabilities - You can import 3rd party images and animations, and easily export customized images into PowerPoint® and word processing applications, curricula, tests, and more.

Hide and lock viewer controls - Use hide and lock viewer controls to disable structure identification and display only what you want students to see.

Live lecture mode usability - Create dynamic live lecture presentations using the interactive and visual power of AIA online. The software can be used in class, and allows for annotations and modifications on-the-fly.

With new pre-built curriculum for 11 different body systems, and a Curriculum Builder Training Guide, you now have terrific examples giving you a sense of what is possible.

Annotation Tools

Annotate illustrations in Dissectible Anatomy, Atlas Anatomy, Clinical Illustrations, or even your own imported images easily with the advanced functionality of AIA online.

Export Image

A.D.A.M. Interactive Anatomy is also an extensive content management system through the ability to export any Dissectible Anatomy, Atlas Anatomy, Clinical Illustrations, or even your own imported images with or without annotations for use in other classroom presentations or student handouts.

Student Version:

A.D.A.M. Interactive Anatomy is the perfect resource to enhance your anatomy and physiology studies. With the newly added content A.D.A.M. Interactive Anatomy is ideal if you are taking allied health, nursing, continuing medical education (CME) or other medical related courses requiring the study of clinical applications and concepts.

Online access to A.D.A.M. Interactive Anatomy is available for students in convenient one-year and six-month subscriptions. With the online version there are no hassles with software requirements or license codes, and you can access this incredible resource anytime, anywhere with simple username and password control.

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Student Materials Adoption Program:

Short on institution funds to provide A.D.A.M. Education Solutions? Your institution can make A.D.A.M. Interactive Anatomy, A.D.A.M. Interactive Anatomy – Lite and A.D.A.M. OnDemand more affordable for students at no cost to your institution through our Student Materials Adoption Program and earn your own Instructor’s subscription for free.

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A.D.A.M. OnDemand A&P Bundle:

Now you can include, as an additional resource, our award-winning A.D.A.M. OnDemand mobile learning programs directly within A.D.A.M. Interactive Anatomy or A.D.A.M. Interactive Anatomy – Lite. The bundle of A.D.A.M. OnDemand with AIA adds over 20 instructional learning programs for understanding the anatomy or physiology of 11 different body systems. It is a terrific way to incorporate more instruction and physiology content, which is perfect for a flipped classroom or blended learning program. A.D.A.M. OnDemand Learning Programs resource includes the following:

  • Understanding the Anatomy of the Cardiovascular System
  • Understanding the Physiology of the Cardiovascular System
  • Understanding the Anatomy of the Digestive System
  • Understanding the Physiology of the Digestive System
  • Understanding the Anatomy of the Endocrine System
  • Understanding the Physiology of the Endocrine System
  • Understanding the Anatomy of the Immune System
  • Understanding the Physiology of the Immune System
  • Understanding the Anatomy of the Musculoskeletal System
  • Understanding the Physiology of the Musculoskeletal System
  • Understanding the Anatomy of the Nervous System
  • Understanding the Physiology of the Nervous System
  • Understanding the Anatomy of the Respiratory System
  • Understanding the Physiology of the Respiratory System
  • Understanding the Anatomy of the Skin
  • Understanding the Physiology of the Skin
  • Understanding the Anatomy of the Urinary System
  • Understanding the Physiology of the Urinary System
  • Understanding the Anatomy of the Visual System
  • Understanding the Physiology of the Visual System
  • The Blood Anatomy And Physiology
  • Understanding Cell Biology

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