This article is for subscribers to Human Anatomy Atlas 2023＋ who are interested in the features that help locate specific content for a topic and related content that might be of interest. The article covers how to search and how to navigate among recently viewed content.
Use the menu bar along the top of the main screen to browse Human Anatomy Atlas by preset 3D model views, animations, quizzes, lab content, and 3D models you have created, annotated, organized into a presentation, or favorited:
Views All the interactive 3D models available in the app organized into preset views that match common content presented in courses (regional anatomy, system-based anatomy, and anatomy lab), cross-sections paired with cadaver slices and diagnostic scans, microanatomy models of organs, and common muscle actions
Media All the animations offered in the app and presenting normal physiology and common conditions
Study Over 100 3D dissection quizzes to test your anatomy knowledge and links to lab activities along with the views these use. Any Flashcard or Flashcard Decks you have created or downloaded to your account can be found here. Learn more about how to create Flashcards here!
My Library 3D models you have created, annotated, organized into a presentation, or favorited from the Views section. Learn more about how user accounts can give you access to your favorited content across platforms here.
To find premade content use the Content Search on the bottom bar. Enter a search term, and select a result. These are organized by content type: specific structures, Landmarks, Flashcard names, Views, Muscle Actions, Animations, Quizzes, Histology, and Illustration images.
Use these three features when in a 3D view and interested in browsing through related content.
Back and Forward When you're ready to go back, use the Forward and Back options to navigate between views you've visited.
Undo, Redo, and Refresh If you have edited a 3D view use the Undo, Redo, and Refresh buttons to review or undo edits.
Related Content If you are searching for a flashcard or a View and want to learn more about a structure on screen, select it and open the Related Content option to see additional assets available. Scrolling through the icons in the Related Content option provides access to other Views and animations.
When in a 3D view use the Anatomy Search option to locate structures in the view or add structures to the view. Type the name of the structure and select Show Me to zoom into a structure in the view. Select Add + to add the structure to the view.
Note: Anatomy Search will not show Landmarks or Pin Attachments.
For additional ways to edit content in a view see this article that presents how to use the Systems Tray, the breadcrumb, and Radius Blast options to add or remove multiple structures from a view.