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6.0.09 Release Notes

Respiratory Anatomy Atlas for iPad/iPhone

Version Number: 6.0.09

Release Date: October 24, 2014

 

Changes in current release:

 

  • New 3D structures
  • Top diseases added for the respiratory system. Now you can tap on the lung, for example, and get a pronunciation, definition, and a description of common diseases and conditions associated with the lung.
  • New Animations
  • Save views, create notecards, and share
  • Tested for compatibility with iOS 8 and iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.
  • Includes stability improvements. Reduced file size for download.
  • Performance and UI enhancements
  • Minor bug fixes
  • Updated system definitions

 

System Requirements

• Works on iPad 2 and above
• iPad mini and above
• iPhone 4 and above, and iPod Touch (5th generation)
• Compatible with iOS 6 and above

 

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Animations Included in this Release
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Breathing

External respiration

Daltons Law

Nasal Cavity Mucosa

Respiratory Structures

Breathing Rate

Sneezing

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Respiratory Pathology Animations Included in this Release
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Pneumothorax

Acute sinusitis

COPD

H1N1

Asthma

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Respiratory Illustrations Included in this Release
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Full Respiratory

Upper Respiratory

Alveolar Structure

Gas Exchange

Pathology Respiratory

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Structures in Each Body System Included in this Release
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Pharynx

Oropharynx
Nasopharynx
Laryngopharynx
Piriform sinus (fossa)
Vestibule of larynx
Epiglottic vallecula
Corniculate tubercles
Cuneiform tubercles
Laryngopharynx
Eustachian tube, R
Nasal conchae (turbinates), inferior (lower)
Nasal conchae (turbinates), middle
Nasal conchae (turbinates), superior (upper)
Eustachian tube, L
Larynx
Ventricles of larynx
Larynx
Vestibular folds (false vocal cords)
Vocal folds (true vocal cords)
Nasal cavity
Hiatus semilunaris
Paranasal sinuses (membranes)
Ethmoid sinuses, anterior group (membranes)
Maxillary sinuses (membranes)
Ethmoid sinuses, middle group (membranes)
Ethmoid sinuses, posterior group (membranes)
Sphenoid sinuses (membranes)
Frontal sinuses (membranes)
Trachea
Tracheal cartilaginous rings
Trachea
Bronchi and subdivisions, R
Primary cartilaginous rings, R
Primary bronchus, R
Tertiary (segmental) bronchi, R
Secondary (lobar) bronchi, R
Higher order branches and bronchioles, R
Secondary cartilaginous rings, R
Bronchi and subdivisions, L
Primary cartilaginous rings, L
Primary bronchus, L
Higher order branches and bronchioles, L
Secondary (lobar) bronchi, L
Tertiary (segmental) bronchi, L
Secondary cartilaginous rings, L
Lungs
Lung, R
Middle lobe, R
Inferior lobe, R
Horizontal fissure, R9
Superior lobe, R
Root (hilum) of lung, R
Oblique fissure, R
Lung, L
Superior lobe
Oblique fissure, L
Inferior lobe, L
Root (hilum) of lung, L

 

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