Introducing Complete Anatomy

Complete Anatomy is a 3D human anatomy software program that allows you to view different body systems. This interactive resource allows you to rotate, zoom, add or remove layers, add labels, and select sections of the model in order to view detailed information about that structure. It also features real-time muscle movement and an augmented reality mode that simulates an anatomy lab. This resource can be a great way to study human anatomy if you do not have access to the lab or are away from campus.

Radiologic images are also found within Complete Anatomy and include MRIs, CT scans, and angiograms. You can capture images and other screenshots within the tool and save them for future reference.

In addition to the anatomy tools, Complete Anatomy includes over 1,500 videos and several hundred lectures that span across subjects such as anatomy, orthopedics, ophthalmology, cardiology, dentistry, ultrasound, and beyond. This makes it a great study resource for a variety of disciplines.

You can download Complete Anatomy from Pitt’s Software Download website. The “Installation Instructions” section includes download links for Mac or Windows computers, as well as iPad, iPhone, and Android devices. It is important to register using your Pitt email and follow the steps as described to obtain full access. After registering, the Complete Anatomy’s Quickstart Guide allows you to select your device type and get a few tips on how to perform certain tasks, such as browsing the model, selecting a structure, editing the models being viewed, searching for terms, and changing various settings including color schemes.

~Stephen Gabrielson and Francesca Yates