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Anomalous Medical 4.1 Released

By Andrew Piper

7/17/2016 9:02:36 PM

Anomalous Medical 4.1 Released

Anomalous Medical 4.1 fixes connection problems starting the program.

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Anomalous Medical version 3.0 update

By David Donald - Director of Marketing

11/11/2015 7:27:58 PM

Anomalous Medical version 3.0 update

Now there's more anatomy to explore in Anomalous Medical on your phone, tablet or computer. All 206 bones of the human skeleton! Anomalous Medical 3.0 features a complete interactive skeleton, higher-resolution graphics and cross platform support. This release greatly expands the capabilities of the program. Adding support for most popular devices. Anomalous Medical is now available on Windows, Android, iPad and Mac. IOS 9 Multitasking is also available on supported devices. iPhone support is pending approval from Apple.

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Anomalous Medical version 2.7 update

By David Donald-Director of Marketing

5/29/2015 8:13:43 PM

Anomalous Medical version 2.7 update

A new version of Anomalous Medical is now available. This version adds support for the Android operating system.

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Anomalous Medical featured on French television show

By David Donald-Director of Marketing

4/7/2015 1:41:07 PM

Anomalous Medical featured on French television show

Anomalous Medical was recently featured on segment about jaw surgery for the French TV show le magazine de la sante. The show's hosts used Anomalous Medical to describe jaw anatomy and how it functions during an open and close sequence.

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Anomalous Medical for iPad now Available

By David Donald - Director of Marketing

4/3/2015 2:02:24 PM

Anomalous Medical for iPad now Available

Anomalous Medical for iPad will allow users to explore the nervous, muscular, circulatory, lymphatic, respiratory, skeletal, and digestive systems that make up the head and neck region of the body with the convenience and mobility of a tablet. The easy-to-use interface in Anomalous Medical allows a user to rotate, zoom into and pan across the anatomy for the right view.

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