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  • Sylvius MR: Atlas of the Human Brain

    Sylvius MR: Atlas of the Human Brain

    PLEASE NOTE: After December 16, 2013, this app will no longer be offered or supported. If you already have the app installed on your device, you can continue using it; just be sure to back it up so you can easily restore it in the future.

    Expand your iPhone's clinical reference library with Sylvius MR, highlighting sagittal, coronal and axial T1-weighted magnetic resonance images containing over 2493 structure annotations and audio pronunciations.

    Please note that an Epocrates account is required to use this app. Registration is free and takes just a minute to complete.

    This content has been transformed into a customizable neuroanatomy learning and reference tool by Epocrates, a leading provider of clinical solutions to healthcare professionals. Over 1.1 million healthcare professionals use Epocrates products worldwide.

    To purchase Sylvius MR in a native iPad format, download the modalityBODY iPad application and visit the in-app store.

  • Netter's Histology Flash Cards

    Netter's Histology Flash Cards

    Designed for iPad™
    Designed for iPad™

    Native iPad graphics and app controls

    modalityBODY Content
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    Download via In App Purchase from the modalityBODY Store

    These flash cards highlight salient microscopic features of cells, tissues, and organs of the body to reinforce knowledge of clinical relevance of histological structure and function, using the same anatomical illustrations from Netter's Atlas of Human Anatomy.

    At-a-glance card organization helps you recognize and interpret microscopic sections quickly. Cards are broken down into two main sections, and further divided for easy reference:

    Section 1: Cells and Tissues

    • The Cell - 11 images
    • Epithelium and Exocrine Glands - 11 images
    • Connective Tissue - 10 images
    • Muscle Tissue - 10 images
    • Nervous Tissue - 12 images
    • Cartilage and Bone - 10 images
    • Blood and Bone Marrow - 10 images

    Section 2: Systems

    • Cardiovascular System - 11 images
    • Lymphoid System - 10 images
    • Endocrine System - 12 images
    • Integumentary System - 12 images
    • Upper Digestive System - 11 images
    • Lower Digestive System - 13 images
    • Liver, Gallbladder, and Exocrine Process - 12 images
    • Respiratory System - 12 images
    • Urinary System - 10 images
    • Male Reproductive System - 10 images
    • Female Reproductive System - 12 images
    • Eye and Adnexa - 11 images
    • Special Senses - 13 images

    This volume is comprised of the content found in the print product of the same name, authored by William K. Ovalle, PhD, and Patrick C. Nahirney, PhD. For additional content details, visit

    All content © Elsevier

  • Wheater’s Q&A Review of Histology & Basic Pathology App Now Available on the App Store

    11/10/2010 by Press Room, Modality

    Modality partners with Elsevier to deliver app for USMLE review featuring full-color illustrations and photomicrographs for iPhone® and iPod touch®

    Durham, NC -- November 10, 2010 -- Modality, Inc. and Elsevier today announced Wheater’s Q&A Review of Histology & Basic Pathology App is now available on the App Store. This app, available for iPhone® and iPod touch®, offers users custom quiz building and assessment tools for 563 USMLE-style questions, including 325 images, spanning 22 pertinent content areas with high quality, full-color illustrations and photomicrographs.

    “The collection of full-color images, diagrams and illustrations is one of the most useful assets of the widely respected Wheater’s text,” said Randy Charles, managing director, Global Clinical Reference for Elsevier. “We are very excited to bring this material to iPhone and iPod touch. The brilliant display and Multi-Touch abilities of iPhone and iPod touch enable students and trainees to achieve new levels of interaction and engagement with must-know material for labs, lectures, and examinations.”

  • Modality Adds Sylvius MR: Atlas of the Human Brain to Apple App Store

    12/15/2008 by Press Room, Modality

    DURHAM, NC–December 15, 2008–Modality, Inc., today announced its Sylvius MR: Atlas of the Human Brain application for iPhone and iPod touch is now available on the Apple App Store. This mobile learning application utilizes content from Sylvius4, the benchmark desktop application created by Pyramis Studios, Inc. to allow users to section through the brain with the flick of a finger, providing detailed identification pins and information on essential neuroanatomical structures.

    “Modality’s mission is to maximize the time students and professionals spend learning by delivering trusted, need-to-know material to the device they carry with them all the time,” said Modality CEO and founder S. Mark Williams, Ph.D. “We are delighted to deliver apps that take full advantage of the innovative features of iPhone and iPod touch and we look forward to continuing to grow our presence in the medical category of the App Store.”

  • Modality and Elsevier Release Mosby's iTerms Medical Terminology Flash Cards for Apple iPhone™ and iPod® touch

    10/14/2008 by Press Room, Modality

    DURHAM, N.C. (October 14, 2008)– Elsevier, the world’s leading publisher of science and health content, has once again partnered with Modality, the leader in transforming premium learning content for iPhones and iPods, to bring innovative new learning technology to busy students in medical and healthcare education.  Together they have released Mosby’s iTerms Medical Terminology Flash Cards for iPhone, an application that combines text, audio, and images into an effective solution for learning medical terms.

    “Mobile technology is changing the way people learn, communicate and even practice in the field of healthcare,” according to Sebastian Vos, Vice President of e-Education for Elsevier. “Our mission as a publisher is to anticipate the needs of our customers and deliver superior learning resources to them. Our partnership with Modality provides Elsevier with a clear path to students and professionals seeking proven healthcare reference content for their mobile devices.”