Radiology - Head

Radiology - Head

By 3D4Medical from Elsevier

  • Category: Medical
  • Release Date: 2013-12-15
  • Current Version: 1.2
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 161.69 MB
  • Developer: 3D4Medical from Elsevier
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 3
From 6 Ratings


Discover 3D4Medical’s latest educational & reference tool – Radiology (Head). This app is a valuable tool for radiologists, surgeons, medical students and nursing. Anyone with an interest in human anatomy will enjoy this application. SCANS: 170 images in 3 planes with 2 scan types for each plane (a third for the Axial plane) and anatomical slices for each plane. •MRI T1 (Spin-Echo T1-weighted Magnetic Resonance Imaging) •MRI T2 (Turbo Spin Echo T2-weighted Magnetic Resonance Imaging) •FLAIR – (Turbo Inversion Recovery-Magnitude Reconstruction) •Anatomical (Axial, Coronal and Sagittal slices of the head and brain) Coming soon: •CT – (computerized tomography) NAVIGATION: A 3D plane (Axial, Coronal or Sagittal) is pulled or pushed through a 3D head to navigate through the 17 scans in that plane. STRUCTURES: 300 individual structures labeled along with descriptions and voice over pronunciations. Individual structures are grouped into 14 categories and each category can be turned on or off to allow for clearer identification of structures. Each scan and slice is anatomically identical, so every labeled structure is in the same position in every image and scan – this makes it much easier to identify variances in appearance of structures between scans. ADDITIONAL FEATURES: •Slick interface with easy navigation •Zoom in / out of model •Latin nomenclature for each anatomical structure •Detailed descriptions included •Extensive social media tools and sharing capability •Save images to your photos •User friendly and intuitive interface 3D4MEDICALS COMMENT: We take pride in all our apps at 3D4Medical and continually strive to engage with our customers. We are committed to upgrading and developing our apps and invite you to share in the development with us. Please send recommendations and feedback to: MORE FROM 3D4MEDICAL: ***Essential Anatomy 2 ***Brain & Nervous Pro ***Muscle System Pro



  • Incredible!

    By !333!
    This is an amazing app. As an ER doc it's education and patient education nirvana. Beautifully done and so handy and easy to navigate. I have been doing a neural sciences review on the side and this plus their Brain Pro app really pound in the information in a beautiful format way and make he learning so much more fun! I think I have every single one of their apparent and I just love them. Gorgeous on my iPad Highly recommended
  • It doesn't work

    By Tiger19000101
    I just can only see the CT images,I can not turn to the MRI images.Please fix it up. My machine is iPad Air,iOS 8.1.
  • Problem

    By Saif5555
    I have problem,onlyMRT1&axial working,how can fix the problem.
  • Like It!

    By SmackDabb
    Other than wishing the app contained more layers, I really like it!
  • Professionally Developed

    By docintraining
    Love the app- Well designed. Obviously professionals behind it. Hope it evolves and gets more features over time.
  • Fantastic resource for patient education

    By Nickname for sure
    I think this is a fantastic resource for patient education - to have the ability to show my patients through the iPad, really helps them understand and visualize their conditions. A wonderful UI too. For the price - it's a bargain for any radiologist.
  • I find this app a great tool

    By Heartalison
    Honestly, this is a great tool. I love how I can seamlessly switch to different planes - Axial, Coronal, Sagittal and then delve through the different layers. The app also features many structures, which is very important for me. I've shown the app to my fellow peers and they love it too.
  • Not high level enough for radiologist/resident

    By Carlninja
    Thick slabs (5mm), only covers basic anatomy. Should have high level, high detail anatomy with thin slices and would actually be a useful review. There are so many structures to look at in detail that are not covered, could include functional/lobe specific details. No sagittal images is another surprising weakness, I doubt they consulted radiologists when making it.