Introduction to Anomalous Medical

The first time you access the Anomalous Medical software after download, you will be prompted to enter your username and password. By default, the Remember My Password box is checked. This provides you with a few benefits.

  • Allows for automatic log-in during subsequent uses of the software
  • Allows you to access the software even if your computer does not have an Internet Connection

NOTE: If you have forgotten your password, just click on the Forgot Password button in the bottom right hand corner of the log-in box. You will be redirected to the Forgot Password webpage at the Anomalous Medical site where you will be prompted to enter the email address associated with your account. An email will then be sent allowing you to enter a new password which you will then use to log into the Anomalous Medical software.

The screenshot on the right shows the basic start screen when you first log into your Anomalous Medical account. This screen is broken up into 3 main areas.

These areas include:

  1. Anomalous Medical Button - click to expand and see the list of available tasks, click the button again to collapse the menu
  2. Task Bar - drag and drop tasks from under the Anomalous Medical Button to this bar making frequently used tasks easier to locate
  3. Stage - use to interact with the anatomy

Anomalous Medical Button

To see available Tasks, click on the blue Anomalous Medical button in the top, left hand corner of the screen.

QUICK TIP:Tasks are various features and controls available for use within the program. Selecting a specific task will allow you to control and customize the program to meet your specific needs. As you purchase additional products from Anomalous Medical, you will gain additional tasks from which to choose.


Task Bar

You may choose to customize your software by creating a custom Task Bar.

QUICK TIP: To create a custom Task Bar, simply click the blue Anomalous Medical button in the top, left-hand side of the screen which will expand your list of available tasks. Left-Click and hold down the mouse button on a task that you use frequently. Drag your mouse up until the Task appears over the Task Bar at the top of your window. Release the mouse button. Your task should now be visible on the Task Bar. If you would like to remove a task from your Task Bar, simply right click on the task and click Remove. The task will be removed from your Task Bar but will still be available under the blue Anomalous Medical Button.

The location of the task bar within the stage area can also be easily adjusted.

QUICK TIP: To adjust the location of the Task Bar within the stage area, place your mouse cursor over the Task Bar, click and hold down the left mouse button. Drag the mouse to the desired location for the Task Bar and release the mouse button. The Task Bar should now be in the desired location.


Stage

The third section known as the Stage is where you will interact with the anatomy using camera movements and various tasks. This area will be discussed more in later tutorials.