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  • modalityBODY: Interactive Anatomy and Medical Imaging for iPad

    modalityBODY: Interactive Anatomy and Medical Imaging for iPad

    Designed for iPad™
    Designed for iPad™

    Native iPad graphics and app controls

    ** Highlighted by Steve Jobs in Apple's 2010 WWDC Keynote **

    Use modalityBODY to organize, annotate, search and store thousands of medical images and create custom image collections for study and reference.  modalityBODY, exclusively for iPad, offers a groundbreaking anatomy and medical image reference and training solution for health sciences professionals.

    Get started in one of two ways:

    1) Import your own images, drop pins to create annotations, and organize them into albums.

    2) Visit the modalityBODY store and register to both download free and paid premium content from world-class commercially available anatomical and medical imaging atlases and flash cards.  SylviusMR and the Atlas of Anatomy Sampler from Thieme are available today for free, with much more coming soon.

    The size and quality of the iPad display, combined with its portability and ease of use, makes it a revolutionary device for interacting with medical images. The modalityBODY App for iPad is a gateway that allows you to create extensive, customized image libraries of the human body for professional reference, training, and patient education.

  • 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.

  • Pocket Medical Spanish with Audio

    Pocket Medical Spanish with Audio

    Communicate with, diagnose, and treat Spanish-speaking patients more effectively at the point of care with Pocket Medical Spanish by Epocrates, a leading provider of clinical solutions to healthcare professionals. Over 1.1 million healthcare professionals use Epocrates products worldwide.

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

    Over 400 visual text and audio pronunciations of key questions allow for faster, more effective communication at the point of care. Listen to the phrases to learn the subtle variations in tone and accents, or play the audio pronunciation to communicate with patients.

    Practice the pronunciation at your own pace and convenience. Patient responds in "Yes-no" answers or commands. All you need to understand are "Sí," (yes) "No," (No) and "No sé" (I don't know).

  • Atlas of Anatomy

    Atlas of Anatomy

    Designed for iPad™
    Designed for iPad™

    Native iPad graphics and app controls

    modalityBODY Content
    modalityBODY Content

    Download via In App Purchase from the modalityBODY Store

    PLEASE NOTE: After December 16, 2013, this product will no longer be offered or supported. If you already have the content 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.

    Get Thieme's bestselling Atlas of Anatomy, featuring full-color illustrations by Markus Voll and Karl Wesker, based on the work of Michael Schuenke, Erik Schulte, and Udo Schumacher and edited by Anne M. Gilroy, Brian R. MacPherson, and Lawrence M. Ross.

    Each region opens with the foundational skeletal framework. The subsequent chapters build upon this foundation, adding the muscles, then organs, then vessels, then nerves, and finally presenting topographic anatomy for a comprehensive view.

    •  1507 annotated images
    •  6038 distinct structures
    •  View 600+ pages of the print atlas

    Praise for the print version: “[The] full-color illustrations are…impressive…remarkably effective 3-dimensional representation of structures…without sacrificing clarity.”—Journal of the American Medical Association

  • Atlas of Anatomy Sampler

    Atlas of Anatomy Sampler

    Designed for iPad™
    Designed for iPad™

    Native iPad graphics and app controls

    modalityBODY Content
    modalityBODY Content

    Download via In App Purchase from the modalityBODY Store

    Thieme is excited to offer this free sampling of anatomy illustrations and clinical content from the bestselling Atlas of Anatomy.

    This sampler highlights the exquisite illustrations and unique features of the Atlas, including schematics, multiple image views, muscle facts, radiographs, and more. The complete Atlas, with more than 2,000 stunning images, is available for $74.99. Atlas of Anatomy, featuring artwork by Markus Voll and Karl Wesker, is based on the work of Michael Schuenke, Erik Schulte, and Udo Schumacher and is edited by Anne M. Gilroy, Brian R. MacPherson, and Lawrence M. Ross.

    Praise for the print version: “[The] full-color illustrations are…impressive…remarkably effective 3-dimensional representation of structures…without sacrificing clarity.”—Journal of the American Medical Association

  • Fitzpatrick’s Clinical Dermatology Image Collection

    Fitzpatrick’s Clinical Dermatology Image Collection

    Designed for iPad™
    Designed for iPad™

    Native iPad graphics and app controls

    modalityBODY Content
    modalityBODY Content

    Download via In App Purchase from the modalityBODY Store

    Fitzpatrick's Clinical Dermatology Image Collection combines text, clinical reference points, and high-quality photographs of skin disorders to deliver the full range of dermatological conditions. Content illustrates skin diseases, skin manifestations of internal diseases, infections, tumors, and incidental skin findings.

    1060 images, separated into four parts, including:

    • Disorders Presenting in the Skin and Mucous Membranes - 403 images
    • Dermatology and Internal Medicine - 240 images
    • Diseases Due to Microbial Agents - 289 images
    • Skin Signs of Hair, Nail, and Mucosal Disorders - 128 images

    This collection is based on Fitzpatrick's Color Atlas & Synopsis of Clinical Dermatology, sixth edition, edited by Klaus Wolff and Richard Allen Johnson.

    All content © McGraw-Hill Medical | McGraw-Hill.

  • Campbell’s Operative Orthopaedics: Core Techniques Application Now Available on App Store

    1/5/2010 by Press Room, Modality

    Techniques, images and procedure videos from the most widely used resource in orthopedic surgery are transformed into an interactive application for iPhone and iPod touch

    Durham, NC - January 5, 2010 -- Modality, Inc. today announced that Campbell's Operative Orthopaedics: Core Techniques is now available on the App Store. This app works with iPhone and iPod touch and encompasses 242 of the most important and frequently referenced techniques in Campbell's Operative Orthopaedics, Eleventh Edition, authored by Drs. S. Terry Canale and James H. Beaty, published by Elsevier.

  • Anatomy Apps: Similar User Interface, but Different Images, Could be Used for Patient Education on the iPad

    1/28/2010 by Alex Drossos, iMedicalApps

    The iPad has created a great deal of buzz in the tech community. The medical and healthcare community at large are set to benefit from some of its key features, mentioned in our prior posting. One of these key features, the beautiful 1024 by 768 pixel, 9.7 inch screen, is set to change the overall user experience for medical apps that have a focus on imaging, such as anatomy applications. Although this medical app review was done using an iPod Touch, we can only imagine how much more aesthetically pleasing the iPad’s experience will be. As will be discussed later in the post, these applications are a perfect example of how the upcoming iPad could be used in the clinic setting to improve patient education.

  • Procedures Consult: Family Medicine App aimed at Primary Care Providers

    3/9/2010 by Dr Jessica Otte, iMedicalApps.com

    In early January, Elsevier and Modality released a new addition to their suite of popular iPhone medical apps. It is a true multimedia offering, combining text and video to explain the pre-procedure considerations, the technique and positioning to perform the procedure, and the complications and other advertisements for follow-up care. Overall, 27 different procedures are covered; these range from the basic (catheterization and wart treatment) to the more involved (lumbar puncture).

    Being a resident physician, I am competent with some of these techniques to the extent that I can perform them by feel. Some, like circumcision, I’ve never seen, let alone performed. Fortunately, Procedures Consult provides a foundation for each. As I’ve mentioned in other reviews of procedure-teaching apps, there is no substitute for hands on experience under the guidance of an expert. However, applications like these may allow you to skip the ’see one’ stage of the common ’see one,’ ‘do one,’ ‘teach one’ approach to developing a skill.