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Martin & Gail Press HPD Library
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Selecting grouped structures / Breadcrumb trail
Choosing your model
Keyboard shortcuts for mac (PDF)
Undo / redo & home
Multiselect & explode
Muscle Origin & Insertion
Bone Parts, Surfaces & Landmarks
Cut & dissect
Complete Anatomy [click green Complete Anatomy logo (below) to log in]
Features interactive 3D human cadaveric models, anatomy models, a beating heart, muscle motions, and innervations.
Includes 1,500+ Clinical Videos which may be exported for use in lectures, student presentations, or patient handouts.
Over 2,000 preset dissections and 200 hours of interactive, expert-led lectures in the form of Courses
NSU Faculty Members
who wish to use this resource in their curriculum may contact the Press HPD Library,
, for an additional educator access code.
Follow these steps to get started with Complete Anatomy
Basics | Complete Anatomy (6:32)
Interacting with Structures (6:44)
Dissect and Annotate (9:15)
The Library (5:28)
Interacting with the Models
Learn how to
Navigate the Model | Complete Anatomy (3d4medical.com)
Place two fingers close together on the screen and spread them apart. Pinch together to zoom out.
Scroll to zoom your view in or out or use the plus and minus keys on your keyboard.
Press down with two fingers and spread apart to zoom, or pinch in together to zoom out.
Place two fingers on the screen and move them together in the same direction.
Hold right click while dragging your mouse across the screen. Alternatively, hold shift while clicking and dragging across the screen.
Press down with two fingers and drag together.
Drag your finger across the screen.
Hold down left-click and drag your cursor across the screen.
Press down and drag with one finger.
Selecting a Structure
To select a structure, simply tap or click on it. The infobox will open, containing information and tools on the selected structure. To deselect a structure, simply tap or click outside the model, or else on another structure to select it instead.
May 31, 2023 3:41 PM
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