The Deanship of Library Affairs is pleased to announce to the university’s affiliates the availability of the medical database Primal Picture, which is a comprehensive group of resources that focus on anatomy. It is ideal for the library or different departments in the medical colleges.
Overview about the database:
With over 50 titles, covering a full range of intuitive and accurate 3D anatomy, functional anatomy, clinical and specialty titles, Primal Pictures is ideal for a wide range of medical and health science courses and for those in practice as an invaluable image library and reference tool.
It includes the following databases:
3D Atlas: It includes detailed information about different body parts, nervous system, muscles and other, with the cooperation of the first anatomy’s book Gray’s Anatomy. It also has the possibility of seeing the human body with its different layers and angles, which can be also accessed through the computer or mobile phone and are distributed as follows:
3D Real Time: This database allows creating 3D images for any organ, with the possibility of moving it in all directions and adding the nervous system, blood and muscles and others. Moreover, through this database you can see real anatomy images and compare them to the 3D model distributed as follows:
Functional Anatomy: This database covers the functional anatomy for a large group of functional movements and includes:
Imaging: Comparing between different types of X-rays, MRI, Ultrasound waves, CT scan, and different body sections.
Clinical Specialties: It covers different topics, such as dentistry and oral health, vertebral column, urinary system, head and neck, speech therapy, ear and throat diseases, and other specialties.
Therapy: It covers different types of physical and traditional therapy.
With over 50 titles, covering a full range of intuitive and accurate 3D anatomy, functional anatomy, clinical and speciality titles, Primal Pictures is ideal for a wide range of medical and health science courses and for those in practice as an invaluable image library and reference tool.
PRIMAL’S 3D HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY
An innovative, integrated, multimedia learning resource, featuring 20 interactive modules. With content equivalent to the major text books, bring learning to life with interactive 3D models, narrated animations, an atlas of micro-anatomy, histology and dissection images, ancillary content covering aging, case studies, common clinical conditions and quizzes; all easily integrated into a variety of lesson plans.
A dedicated Faculty Area makes thousands of learning objects readily available for lesson plans and lectures – from images and animations to LMS compatible content.
The guided learning approach, from learning objectives to self-testing, makes learning more efficient for students.
PRIMAL’S 3D REAL-TIME HUMAN ANATOMY
The perfect tool for creating custom images complete with labels and annotations using medically-accurate 3D anatomy models. With 100% user-driven functionality, rotate the models in any direction, choose which anatomical structures are added or removed in groups or individually. Structures can be viewed in x-ray, opaque or isolation.
Easily create customised images, complete with labels and annotations – print, save or share for presentations and hand outs.
Bring anatomy to life and grab the attention of your audience through use of a multitude of settings including cadaveric colors, X-ray mode and 3D anaglyph stereo mode.
PRIMAL’S 3D HUMAN FUNCTIONAL ANATOMY
This popular and versatile digital resource, featuring over 290 interactive 3D anatomy views, brings functional anatomy to life.
Featuring an extensive library of over 75 animations covering many common movements such as flexion, extension, adduction and abduction for the head and neck, upper extremity, trunk, pelvis and lower extremities.
Animations, 3D anatomy and clinical content can be easily embedded into lectures, lesson plans, presentations and patient hand-outs.
Available as a stand alone product or as part of our 3D Sports, Therapy and Rehabilitation package.
It is worth noting that the university’s IP has been added. You can also access the database through the (foreign database) page on the King Abdullah Library’s website.
To access the database: Click here.
For more information, contact us on: Ask the Library Specialist.