Anatomy Quiz Pro

Anatomy Quiz Pro

By Real Bodywork

  • Category: Medical
  • Release Date: 2011-01-27
  • Current Version: 3.0
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 41.08 MB
  • Developer: Real Bodywork
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4.5/5 ( 431 Reviews)
  • Price:
    $1.99
Anatomy Quiz Pro App Ratings: 4.5
4.5
Total 431 Reviews

Anatomy Quiz Pro App Description

Learn anatomy easily with this unique quiz app that features traditional multiple-choice quizzes on 416 structures, or our new quiz style where you match a name to one of four images. You can make your own quizzes, or have the app quiz you only on what you have missed. Includes over 416 anatomical structures in beautiful 3d renderings. The topics include 167 bones and landmarks, 138 muscles, and 111 organ images. Turn on the timer option for an extra challenge! Try this unique anatomy quiz game and you'll be happy you did! A quick anatomy lesson: this app features ALL the bones and many landmarks, but in the bone section, there are only 53 bones listed.... aren't there 206 bones in the body? Most of the bones are bilateral... one on each side, so we don't quiz the right femur and left femur, this cuts the list down almost in half. Many bones are repeat... 12 ribs on each side, 10 distal phalanges, 10 proximal phalanges... When we take out all these repetitive bones, we are left with about 53 unique bones.... so please know that this app has been designed by experienced intelligent anatomists!

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Anatomy Quiz Pro App Reviews

  • Good stuff

    4
    By Snailpoe
    I usually use the one picture option for the quizzes because the multiple pictures option makes it pretty easy to know what muscle is what. What I mean is that it’s too easy to differentiate what muscle is what or etc. but this app is good for getting to know the muscles and bones in a quick and easy fashion. I wouldn’t only use this as more pictures and stuff makes it better to understand, but definitely a good source to use.
  • 5 stars

    5
    By jameslangrall
    Easy to use, practical, informative
  • Turn off sound

    4
    By risaleilani
    I love the app but wish there was a way to turn the sound off.
  • Love this app...

    5
    By Jacked1123
    I am studying for my second CPT exam, NASM, and this app is extremely useful for testing and reviewing my knowledge of muscles and skeletal information. Must cheaper than purchasing the NASM flash cards.
  • Sound

    4
    By tpoush
    Nice app, would like to be able to mute the app when listening to music.
  • Great basic info

    4
    By Jcpeyton
    I’m enjoying the app. As a health science major some of the terminology doesn’t match the specific terms required. For example the app refers to the superior and inferior lobes of the lung as the “upper and lower lobes”of the lung (respectively). Blood vessels & nervous systems would be a great addition (particularly tracing how the blood flows from artery to artery or vein to vein).
  • Great learning tool!

    4
    By Lopapotamus
    Very easy to use and navigate. Fun way to get an anatomy lesson in.
  • A massage therapist friend recommended and I'm impressed

    5
    By Daslut
    Why make flash cards when this app adds interactive value and more info than I can legibly write?loving the purchase and looking forward to upcoming tests for my personal trainer certifications.
  • Extremely Helpful!

    5
    By Hoosierok
    I'm a first year OTA student and this app is extremely helpful in preparing me for my exams (particularly Clinical Kinesiology)! I would definitely recommend this app, you will not be disappointed!
  • Ok but incomplete

    3
    By JaviaBright
    I'm not a medical student and am using this to learn parts of the body to be more informed since I don't remember anything from school. Although I recommend learning or relearning this information once a person gets any health challenges in life, just to know what's going on, I will look for a more thorough app. In the organ section, for example, you are shown organs but must assume what organ they are. So on a photo of a liver, it doesn't say "liver" so you must either already know or figure that out. Instead, it will say "left lobe" or point out parts of the liver assuming you already know it's the liver, heart, etc... Maybe an update could include that? I like the favorites option to relearn what I missed.

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