Normal X-Rays and Real Cases is a brand new iPhone & iPad app designed for medical students and clinicians. It’s a quick reference app that contains 2000+ high resolution x-rays that can be used for comparison while interpreting x-rays.
It has three major types of content:
- Labeled X-Rays: a comprehensive set of labeled x-rays from head-to-toe. A complete radiographic atlas of human anatomy. Excellent for studying and reviewing regions of the body such as the head & neck, chest, spine, abdomen & pelvis, shoulders, and all extremities.
- Normal X-Rays: a collection of high-resolution normal x-rays (aka plain films). With 600+ studies, this collection has examples from paediatric x-rays to seniors. It covers all regions of the bodies with countless examples to compare to.
- (new) Cases: the recent introduction of Cases has added a whole new depth to the app. Cases cover pathologies from fractures to pneumonia with detailed descriptions of the initial report, to diagnosis, treatment and follow-up. The growing set of real cases show x-rays of the patient on day 0 and follow-up x-rays until the patient has recovered.
The app is designed for clinical usage so it’s fast, reliable, detailed, and easy to navigate.
The reference X-rays you want.
Available any time.
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I don’t usually agree to look at apps that are aimed at very young kids, because my daughter is 10 (going on 30 in some ways, and spot on at 10 in others) and I don’t feel like I can give them a fair assessment.
Today I made an exception because Tidy Kids just seems like such a nice idea for an iPad app aimed at 3-6 year olds and families. It’s an app that’s fun, educational, has no ads or In-App purchases, and actually encourages time away from the device screen as the major part of the game.
Oh, and it’s got some stunning plasticine graphics and stop-motion animation too. Even though I’ve got no 3-6 year olds in the house, having spent 30 minutes with the app I’d bet this is going to have great appeal with that age group and their parents.