September 24, 2018
The BodyViz team is excited to announce the latest addition of several new human and veterinary datasets to our library. We are constantly updating and expanding the dataset library to provide our users with a diverse and unique way to explore anatomy. Our BodyViz visualization software renders 3D volumes from hundreds of examples of real human and animal data. These visualizations can be used to:
- Explore complex anatomical relationships
- Perform repeatable, non-destructive virtual dissections and exploration
- Study and review anatomical concepts and systems in 3D
The newest additions to our customer library include datasets ranging from a 90-year-old patient with a history of diabetes and heart disease, to a quirky dataset of a hungry feline chasing three scared mice. Check out some of the other additions we made to the dataset library below.
On top of traditional or healthy datasets, we also like to provide a range of content that displays abnormal anatomy and pathology. In this dataset, the female patient had been experiencing pain while working out. Further examination of her shoulder arthrogram shows mild tendinopathy, which is commonly a result of repetitive overloading of the tendon.
This is a series of high-resolution scans of a 90-year-old cadaveric male with a history of diabetes and heart disease. Our dataset library contains scans of both male and female patients from all ages and showcases all 12 systems from head to toe.
This Labrador presents with paralysis, and a CT reveals a possible prostate mass. This scan shows great detail for canine digestive, renal, and cardiovascular anatomy. In the image below, you can see the bladder (large orange volume) is extremely distended. Accompanying this dataset, we’ve also included 5 additional canine datasets to the library, each highlighting different abnormalities in the anatomy.
This scan of a four-foot snake has hundreds of vertebrae and ribs. This is a great scan to use in comparative biology and anatomy courses to engage your students with something new and different.
Tom and Jerry:
One of our team favorites here at BodyViz. A hungry feline chases three scared mice around a block of cheese. Uniquely named after everyone’s favorite cartoon show, Tom and Jerry.
We are always adding new and unique datasets to our library. Check back regularly to see our newest updates to the library. If you want to learn more about our 3D anatomy software, schedule a demonstration at a time most convenient for you. Have a suggestion on a dataset we should include? Let us know!
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