Shoulder Pro III with Animations

Shoulder Pro III with Animations

By 3D4Medical from Elsevier

  • Category: Medical
  • Release Date: 2012-03-05
  • Current Version: 3.8
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 284.17 MB
  • Developer: 3D4Medical from Elsevier
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.8 or later.


Developed by 3D4Medical in collaboration with Stanford University School of Medicine. This app now includes the following animations: • Avascular Necrosis • Subacromial Bursitis • Osteoarthritis • Rheumatoid Arthritis • Rotator Cuff Repair (Arthroscopic) • Arthroplasty - With Cement • Arthroplasty - No Cement • Acromioclavicular Ligament • Coracoacromial Ligament • Coracoclavicular Ligament Shoulder Pro III gives users an in depth look into the body region and allows them to cut, zoom & rotate the shoulder. Shoulder Pro III provides multiple cross sections (Sagittal, Coronal and Transverse) as well as the ability to cut away different layers revealing the muscles, blood vessels, nerves and connective tissue down to the skeleton. For a 2 minute overview of how this app works - please visit: • 360 degree, 3D horizontal rotation of the shoulder for Anterior, Lateral, Posterior, and Medial views - all easily controlled with your mouse. • Multiple 3D cross sections (Sagittal, Coronal, and Transverse) - with the swipe of your mouse. • Ability to cut away different layers down to the bone. • Each cross section shows muscle, nervous, vascular and skeletal systems with detailed information on each system - with the touch of a pin. • 69 images of every nerve, muscle and vessel isolated. • 50 animations highlighting muscle movement and joint function. • 132 audio pronunciations - one for every label. • Origin and Insertion points of each muscle mapped onto the bone. • 2 types of Quizzes: Drag and Drop and Multi-choice. • Draw on any screen image and then share it through email, Facebook or Twitter. OTHER NEW FEATURES: • Full Screen Mode: One click and the app fills the screen. • Graphical Hints: On screen hints that can be turned on or off, for a complete understanding of all the app's features. • Interface: Comprehensively built to allow for simple navigation. • Mix layers: Make one layer semitransparent to compare against another layer. • Public Notes: Post or browse through shared public notes. OTHER FEATURES: • Double-click to zoom: Zoom in to and identify any region or muscle by clicking on the screen. • Super Zoom and Pan: When zoomed in to an area, you can double-click again for a super zoom. To move the image, just press and hold your right-click button. • Customize Pins: Add your own pins and notes or add notes to existing pins. • Customize the app: Use the Settings function to choose which pins appear within the app - customize to different levels, i.e. high school, nurses, doctors, etc… This app’s primary use is as a learning tool and can also be used as a fast and innovative reference tool by utilizing the index function which allows the user to select any pin in the app -- and the app will automatically find and identify it. Additionally, this app is ideal for physicians, educators, or professionals in helping explain certain conditions, ailments and/or injuries.



  • It would be great if it would stop crashing

    By sfoster4
    So far I like and I am fascinated by this app. Problem is it keeps crashing. I have not have enough time to evaluate this thoroughly because I can't keep it running.
  • Needs to be fixed!

    By Fix all apps
    I purchased this application anticipating that it would be as the other Nova apps that I have come to know and love- It unfortunately is not. The application always freezes when rotating the image, it needs repaired/patched badly. I am a current medical student and I was relying on this application to help me get a better understanding of the neurovasculature in the axilla region. [EDIT] I have spoke with the developers, and they have been nothing but helpful in finding a solution to this mishap. I have downloaded the other applications such as the muscle system and skeletal system and they have been perfect!
  • Excellent Application

    By SportsMed12
    As a sports medicine physician this is a great resource to review anatomy and use with patients to show them what is going on. Well done. Highly recommend.
  • Pre-op must reading!

    By 1stedition
    I would have loved to see this anatomical model before my shoulder surgery. My surgeon gave me a copy of my MRI, but that doesn't come close to showing how tight the subacromial space is or exactly where the supraspinatus travels to its insertion. This program is amazing and my guess is that it will be shown in many orthopedic offices in the near future!