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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.

  • Pocket Medical French with Audio

    Pocket Medical French with Audio

    Communicate with, diagnose, and treat French-speaking patients more effectively at the point of care with Pocket Medical French 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 "Oui," (yes) "Non," (No) and "Je ne sais pas" (I don't know).

  • 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).

  • Fitzpatrick’s Clinical Dermatology Image Collection

    Fitzpatrick’s Clinical Dermatology Image Collection

    Designed for iPad™
    Designed for iPad™

    Native iPad graphics and app controls

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    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.

  • Netter's Histology Flash Cards

    Netter's Histology Flash Cards

    Designed for iPad™
    Designed for iPad™

    Native iPad graphics and app controls

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    modalityBODY Content

    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 www.elsevier.com

    All content © Elsevier

  • Modality Named to EContent 100 for Second Year in a Row

    12/22/2009 by Press Room, Modality

    Mobile learning iPhone application developer recognized as one of the top 100 companies that matter most in the digital content industry.

    Durham, N.C., - December 23, 2009 - Modality, Inc., the premier mobile learning architects for iPhone and iPod touch, today announced that it has been named part of the EContent 100, a list of companies that matter most in the digital content industry, as identified by EContent Magazine.

    This is the second consecutive year that Modality has received this acknowledgment for their work partnering with leading publishers and content owners to transform medical, educational, travel and legal content into innovative applications for iPhone and iPod touch. The judging panel was comprised of prominent editors and writers from Information Today and EContent magazine, along with other experts in the digital content industry.

  • Procedures Consult Superbly Demonstrates Common Bedside Orthopedic Techniques

    10/21/2009 by Dr. Wodajo, iMedicalApps.com

    If one wanted to get an idea of the potential of the iPhone as a tool for bedside medical and surgical education, this application by Modality and Elsevier would be a good starting place to get inspired. While it seems obvious that a portable device with a great user interface, a sophisticated operating system and great multimedia features should be a shoe-in for portable medical education, what is equally true is that the critical ingredient remains great instructional content.

    "Procedures Consult: Internal Medicine - Musculoskeletal" brings together a highly detailed review of orthopedic bedside procedures, such as aspiration of small and large joints, splint application and reduction of joint dislocations, with a well crafted user interface to create an application that will genuinely be useful for emergency room physicians and junior orthopedic residents.

  • 6 Awesome iPhone Apps to Help With College Apps

    11/12/2009 by Reporter, My College Guide

    Applying to college? There’s an app for that. Tons of them, in fact.

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    If you’ve got an iPhone, you probably already use it for everything from locating your car in the parking lot to filming funny videos of your friends. But you may not be aware that your phone can also be the perfect tool to help you get into your top-choice school. From tools that help you study for your SATs to essay writing aids, here are some of the best iPhone apps for the college-bound student. (And hey, if you don’t have an iPhone yet, telling your parents about all these apps could be just the trick to get them to cave.)