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Anomalous Medical 2.5 Released

By David Donald-Director of Marketing

3/31/2015 7:41:53 PM

Anomalous Medical 2.5 Released

A new version of Anomalous Medical is now available. The update features several under-the-hood improvements, such as faster plugin loading speeds.

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Anomalous Medical Featured in Practice Suite's Practice Management Blog

2/12/2015 3:09:28 PM

Anomalous Medical Featured in Practice Suite's Practice Management Blog

Anomalous Medical's lead programmer, Andrew Piper, was recently interviewed for an article in Practice Suite's Practice Management Blog. The indepth Q&A article delved into the what type of services Anomalous Medical offers, how 3D anatomy graphics and simulations can be useful to medical professionals, students and patients and what role 3D anatomy software has to play in the years to come.

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Anomalous Medical version 2.4 update

By David Donald - Director of Marketing

12/19/2014 1:55:11 PM

Anomalous Medical version 2.4 update

The Anomalous Medical UI has a new look, and we've added several features, such layer and camera angle controls, bookmark folder management and advanced Anatomy Finder search options, to improve anatomy exploration.

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How to Add and Remove 3D Anatomy Slides in Smart Lecture

By David Donald - Director of Marketing

9/5/2014 8:27:43 PM

How to Add and Remove 3D Anatomy Slides in Smart Lecture

This latest video tutorial shows how to quickly add and remove slides in a Smart Lecture.

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Anomalous Medical version 2.3 update features new 3D model prop services

By David Donald - Direct of Marketing

8/29/2014 3:05:51 PM

Anomalous Medical version 2.3 update features new 3D model prop services

We are proud to announce that our custom 3D model prop services are now available with Anomalous Medical version 2.3. A prop is a 3D model of an instrument or device that runs in the software along with the 3D anatomy. Our in-house 3D artists can model a custom prop for your needs or upload a 3D model you already own into Anomalous Medical. Use the props along with the 3D anatomy to make educational, instructional, promotional presentations with animated timelines. If you are interested having us create or add 3D models of your instruments and devices into Anomalous Medical, please contact us for more information.

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