We’re incredibly proud to announce that Anatomy & Physiology is a finalist in the 2014 TabbyAwards in the category iPad: Education / Adults, professionals and general. Aw yiss.
Anatomy & Physiology is also in the running for the TabbyAwards Users’ Choice prize! If you love the app, CAST YOUR VOTE HERE! 
(You don’t have to sign up for anything to vote. Just click—one and done.)

We’re incredibly proud to announce that Anatomy & Physiology is a finalist in the 2014 TabbyAwards in the category iPad: Education / Adults, professionals and general. Aw yiss.

Anatomy & Physiology is also in the running for the TabbyAwards Users’ Choice prize! If you love the app, CAST YOUR VOTE HERE!

(You don’t have to sign up for anything to vote. Just click—one and done.)

The flexor digitorum superficialis is a superficial muscle in the anterior compartment of the forearm. It acts to flex the wrist and, as shown above, to flex the middle and proximal phalanges of digits 2-5.
Flex those brain muscles and learn all the musculoskeletal ins and outs with our free eBook library!

The flexor digitorum superficialis is a superficial muscle in the anterior compartment of the forearm. It acts to flex the wrist and, as shown above, to flex the middle and proximal phalanges of digits 2-5.

Flex those brain muscles and learn all the musculoskeletal ins and outs with our free eBook library!

Download our brand new Ocular Anatomy eBook for free!
Take a look (ha!) at ocular anatomy, which is much more than meets the eye (boom!). Download it from the Human Anatomy Atlas eBook Library here.

Download our brand new Ocular Anatomy eBook for free!

Take a look (ha!) at ocular anatomy, which is much more than meets the eye (boom!). Download it from the Human Anatomy Atlas eBook Library here.

Skull sutures are immobile joints where bones of the skull are connected via dense fibrous tissue. Pictured are the coronal and sagittal sutures. Want to learn more about your bones? Check out our free eBook on the Atlas and Axis!

Skull sutures are immobile joints where bones of the skull are connected via dense fibrous tissue. Pictured are the coronal and sagittal sutures. 

Want to learn more about your bones? Check out our free eBook on the Atlas and Axis!

While your iris is very pretty and comes in all kinds of colors, it has a pretty important job to do! Have you ever looked in a mirror and flicked on a light just to watch your pupil shrink? What you see are the muscles of the iris contracting. The iris adjusts the size of the pupil, regulating the amount of light that enters the eye.

While your iris is very pretty and comes in all kinds of colors, it has a pretty important job to do! Have you ever looked in a mirror and flicked on a light just to watch your pupil shrink? What you see are the muscles of the iris contracting. The iris adjusts the size of the pupil, regulating the amount of light that enters the eye.

Do you have kids, grandkids, nieces, nephews, or younger cousins? Are they interested in learning new and cool things? Of course they are — kids love that stuff!

Visible Body’s sister company, Zybright, will soon publish its first app in the next couple of weeks: My Incredible Body, a learning experience in anatomy just for kids! 

Be sure to like Zybright’s Facebook page so you don’t miss the app’s launch, cool images and videos, and other free content!

The maxillary and mandibular canines (highlighted in gold) are called the “cornerstone” of the mouth because they are all located three teeth away from the midline, and separate the premolars from the incisors.Download the FREE skeleton version of Human Anatomy Atlas for your iOS device, PC, Mac, or Android device.

The maxillary and mandibular canines (highlighted in gold) are called the “cornerstone” of the mouth because they are all located three teeth away from the midline, and separate the premolars from the incisors.

Download the FREE skeleton version of Human Anatomy Atlas for your iOS device, PC, Mac, or Android device.

DID YOU KNOW you have around 60,000 miles of vasculature crammed inside you? That’s enough to wrap around the planet 2.4 times!

DID YOU KNOW you have around 60,000 miles of vasculature crammed inside you? That’s enough to wrap around the planet 2.4 times!

Can you name all the muscles of the Lateral Rotators group?

Can you name all the muscles of the Lateral Rotators group?

Your salivary glands produce approximately 1.5L of saliva every day! Learn more cool facts with our free Facts & Fiction eBook.

Your salivary glands produce approximately 1.5L of saliva every day! 

Learn more cool facts with our free Facts & Fiction eBook.