Item description for VOXEL-MAN 3D-Navigator: Brain and Skull by Karl-Heinz Höhne...
VOXEL-MAN 3D-Navigator: Brain and Skull is a new kind of anatomical and radiolgical atlas. It was developed at the Institute of Mathematics and Computer Science in Medicine, University Hospital Hamburg-Eppendorf. It is the successor of VOXEL-MAN Junior brain and skull. The material is organized as a set of interactively explorable scenes, each of which shows a special aspect of anatomy, radiology, or both. It allows interactive exploration of a three-dimensional anatomical model. It presents the radiological manifestation of normal anatomy in the context of three-dimensional anatomy.The VOXEL-MAN 3 D NAVIGATOR provides unique reference material not only for medical students, but also for professionals in all medical disciplines involving anatomy and radiology. The VOXEL-MAN 3D-Navigatior is multilingual. The anatomical nomenclature is available in English, German, Latin, French and Japanese.
Promise Angels is dedicated to bringing you great books at great prices. Whether you read for entertainment, to learn, or for literacy - you will find what you want at promiseangels.com!
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.71" Width: 7.48" Height: 1.1" Weight: 0.44 lbs.
Release Date Jun 24, 2004
ISBN 3540149104 ISBN13 9783540149101
Reviews - What do customers think about VOXEL-MAN 3D-Navigator: Brain and Skull?
leading edge 3d anatomy teaching tool Dec 3, 2007
Excellent 3 D anatomy teaching /learning tool a must have if one is studying medical imaging , interventional procedures ,surgery etc.. Short of an anatomy lab this is an excelllent substitute.
Very Poor Program Nov 17, 2004
VERY low resolution- not truly 3-d. Not able to zoom. Comletely worthless. Download the demo from the publishers website- complete junk!
Buyer beware!!!!! Mar 22, 2004
I am teaching neuroscience at a local college and planned to use this software as support to the textbook I was using. I received the software and attempted to install it on an XP platform. I continued to get a popup asking me to insert a "disk". Needless to say this should not have happened. I attempted to cancel out the popup only for the sofeware to continue to populate the screen with more popups. In addition, since a process was being run by the software XP would not allow a ctrl-alt-delete to terminate the process. I installed the software on four seperate occasions and on two seperate machines to no avail. HOWEVER what was worse was the FAILURE of the publisher to respond to my pleas for help. I left several e-mails only to finally receive a response three or four days later indicating that I should e-mail an individual named Jennifer McTamney with the following e-mail address " firstname.lastname@example.org" - go ahead and try the address it will bounce. I then left a voice mail for whoever this person is and to date I am still waiting for a response. In addition I EVEN sent once of the authors a copy of all of my e-mails + a screen shot of the popup and once again ABSOLUTELY NO response. If you plan to use this software I would advise you to contact the head of Springer Publications FIRST to see if this error has been corrected or to see if there is REALLY anyone in technical supprt or if they can get the BASICS of managing to send out e-mail addresses that are correct or most importantly if they have ANY interest in #1 delivering a piece of software that is not compromised and then if they have any interest in revolving the problem with customers. I stand by my suggestion BUYER BEWARE. If anyone has any questions I would be happy to send you ocpies of my e-mails + the response from Springer!