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For over a decade, A.D.A.M. has been committed to building the most innovative teaching tools for anatomy and physiology curricula. Since our company began in 1993, A.D.A.M. has been a trusted source of critically acclaimed educational products that are used in over 45 countries worldwide. We continue that tradition with AIA 4, and think you'll agree that this is a truly remarkable Anatomy Education and Authoring System. Order your copy today!
We've increased the product's performance, added new content, streamlined the usability, and included many new features to make A.D.A.M. Interactive Anatomy a "must have" for the teaching and learning of anatomy.
Many new and exciting features have been added to AIA 4, derived from extensive input from educators, authors, and students worldwide.
- Extended Accessibility
- Multiple Languages
AIA 4 includes numerous language lexicons for the anatomical structures, including Spanish, Italian, Hungarian, Portuguese, French, German, Japanese and Chinese.
- Advanced Find Feature
The advanced find feature allows you to quickly locate structures in any content viewer.
- Increased Content Resolution
With increased content resolution, you get the highest possible on-screen quality of illustrations and animations available.
- Designed For Microsoft XP
AIA 4 complies with the Designed for XP logo program and runs natively on Windows XP. It also runs on Windows 2000.
- Open Dialog Window
AIA 4 includes an updated interface with enhanced sorting, organization and visual navigation. With the new open dialog window you can display, sort, select, and filter content however you choose.
- View Multiple Open Windows
View images in multiple windows at the same time to compare the same structure in anterior, lateral, medial and posterior views.
- Content Additions
- 3D Anatomy Library Volume 2
3-D library volume 2 comes standard in AIA 4, and includes the heart, lungs, skull, brain, ear, eye, and the female and male reproductive systems. With our 3-D library, you can visualize hundreds of specific structures down to the smallest details. In addition to standard rotation, 3D models provide for exploded views, transparency effects and fly-through sequences. The models are derived from sectioned data from the Visible Human Project and are anatomically correct.
- Animation Library and Viewer
Included in AIA 4 is a database of 28 narrated clinical/health animations covering topics related to physiology, disease, and surgery. You can display these animations or even your own animations in the AIA 4 Animation Viewer! The viewer supports AVI, QuickTime, Shockwave, Flash, or Windows Media ™ formats. It’s also easy to use and customizable! With a simple right click on your mouse, you lock window resizing, show or hide toolbars.
- Dissectible Atlas of Anatomy
The most comprehensive digital database of detailed anatomical images in the world, including illustrated, fully dissectible male and female bodies. The database is peer-reviewed by a team of leading anatomists to insure accuracy. Includes point and click identification capabilities of over 20,000 anatomical structures. With a simple scroll bar control, you can peel away layer-by-layer of the human body in Anterior, Posterior, Lateral, and Medial views.
- Clinical Illustration Library
We’ve included over 570 Clinical Illustrations to apply anatomy learning in a clinical setting. The illustrations show cellular components, disease states, injuries, first aid, and surgical procedures and more!
- Pinned Images
Over 400 supplemental "pinned image" illustrations and cadaver pro-section photographs are included to greater enhance your experience.
- Customize for Your Needs
- Re-Designed Slide Show Offering
Create, organize, and package your curriculum and student lessons into a single "iGuide" publication. You can seamlessly import multiple AIA 3 and AIA 4 Slide Shows and your own content into a single "iGuide". Use the Annotation tool to add and save your own labels and descriptions. Take advantage of the Export Slide Show feature to distribute sections of an "iGuide". All Slide Shows are automatically packaged as a single file for easy distribution.
- xport to Image Functionality
Include customized images in PowerPoint and word processing applications, curricula, and tests. Just select Copy Image to Clipboard to copy and paste the viewable area immediately into an external authoring application.
- Customizable Transparency Box
With the customizable transparency box you can easily move, re-size, and reveal areas of underlying dissectible anatomy in real time.
- Flexible Annotation Tools
Annotate illustrations in Dissectible Anatomy, Atlas Anatomy, Clinical Illustrations or even your own images! The annotation toolbox allows you to place custom labels on images and control the color, shape, lines, and text and move them around as needed.
You can highlight key structures and concepts either “live” in lecture mode, or in save them in Slide Shows for later use.
- Hide and Lock Viewer Controls
Use hide and lock viewer controls to disable structure identification and display only what you want students to see.
- Multi-Selectable Anatomical Structures
Simultaneously identify, highlight, display and extract all the anatomical structures you want.
A.D.A.M. Interactive Anatomy 4 (AIA4) is an exciting interactive learning and teaching DVD-ROM that dramatically enhances the study of human anatomy and related topics. This "flagship" product provides many new enhancements, derived from extensive input from educators, authors, health professionals and students worldwide. The result is a new product that serves as a platform to bring high-quality content in anatomy and physiology for educators and students in medicine, allied health, and health sciences; Patient education; Healthcare providers; Medical publishers and Legal professionals. These enhancements in the areas of performance, content, and features, make A.D.A.M. Interactive Anatomy a "must have" for teaching as well as learning anatomy.
A.D.A.M. Interactive Anatomy 4 is a comprehensive database of detailed anatomical images that allows users to point, click and identify more than 20,000 anatomical structures within fully dissectible male and female bodies in anterior, lateral, medial and posterior views. The user is able to dissect the body layer by layer or use a scroll bar to navigate deeper. This unique "dissection" application offers an interactive approach to discovering the human body. This award winning product enhances the learning, teaching and sharing of anatomical information.
A.D.A.M. Interactive Anatomy 4, which has been extensively reviewed by panels of leading anatomists, is recognized as the standard anatomical database in computer-based medical education worldwide. Rather than only read about health-related subjects, users are empowered to view the particular body parts at issue, turning the study of anatomy into an interactive and stimulating experience. The opportunity for self-paced study is a key to success in the understanding and retention of difficult information.
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