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Anomalous Medical Version 2.1 Released

Anomalous Medical Version 2.1 includes an enhanced Anatomy Finder user interface and features. Now you can select multiple pieces of anatomy, making it possible to hide, highlight, and show more anatomy at once.

Some of the icons have changed

Clear search

Select anatomy

Add to selection

Remove from selection

Unhide anatomy

Here is how to use the new add to and remove from selection feature:

Open the Anatomy Finder. Hold down the Ctrl key on the keyboard and click on the anatomy you want to include in your selection. A thumbnail preview of your selection will appear in the top-left corner of the transparency dialog box.

Click on the Search for Related Anatomy button in the Transparency Dialog box. This will show what anatomy you have in your selection in the Anatomy Finder window.

If you want to delete anatomy from your selection, hold down the Alt key on the keyboard and click on the anatomy you want to remove from your selection.


We’ve also completely dropped support for Windows XP and Mac OSX 10.6, following Microsoft and Apple’s announcement they would do the same. If you are still running any of these operating systems, we recommend upgrading to a new OS to ensure that Anomalous Medical runs.