Anatomage introduces medical school-level 3D Prosection content
Anatomage is introducing a 3D prosection content series to the Anatomage Table collection of 3D cadaver cases. The new content provides students with prepared prosection cadaver states typically found in medical school dissection labs.
This new 3D data collection will give students access to a new level of realistic cadaver-based education, while still allowing them to view, engage, and interact with medical school-level material, mirroring the medical school dissection experience.
Anatomy prosections that are normally only viewed in cadaver labs will now be available in the Table’s library. Students can experience realistic cadaver dissection without having to deal with chemical fumes, time-consuming cadaver preparation and mistakes leading to poor results. The data was created by Anatomage’s photo scanning technology and was developed in collaboration with a medical school. It will allow students to instantly access 3D prosection content from 80 regions across the body – and unlike a real cadaver, the material is reusable, readily prepared, annotatable and accessible for classroom sessions.
The new cadaver prosection 3D data will be available on the upcoming Table 6.0 software update.