Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Dental and Speech Language Pathology images in 3D

Dental Hygiene.

3D Anatomy for Dental Hygiene is a great new resource for dental training and practice providing an encyclopedic image library and reference to enhance consultations, presentations, teaching, and study.

It provides clear, detailed, and accurate modeling of over 100 3D views of head, neck, face, oral and nasal cavities, dentition, individual teeth in 3D and cross section, nerves, larynx and pharynx, sinuses, eye, and brain.

Specialized clinical content includes 3D views of progressive dental conditions and a clinical text section covering teeth, dental anesthesia, examination, salivary glands, joints, embryogenesis, pterygopalatine fossa and more.


Speech Language Pathology.

3D Anatomy for Speech Language Pathology is a resource and reference work for educators, professionals, practitioners, and students with an in-depth focus on the anatomy of the head and neck. Every view of the 3D model is accompanied with text, and each structure has specific text and links to additional images. This title will help explain mechanisms for a wide variety of functions, from articulation to swallowing.

It includes nearly 100 clinical slides and anatomy illustrations, movies and animations. This title will help explain mechanisms for a wide variety of functions, from articulation to swallowing and includes an extensive clinical Information section.

Both are available to JCU staff and students on campus and off campus from links in Tropicat (the library catalogue), the Library's databases page, or directly from the ANATOMY.TV website at http://elibrary.jcu.edu.au/login?url=http://www.anatomy.tv/home.aspx
These resources are listed under "Speciality titles" in the right hand column of the site's home page.

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