AUTHOR: Colditz, J. and Primal Pictures Staff
PUBLISHER: Human Kinetics Publishers
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Interactive Hand Therapy Edition, Version 1.1includes specific text for every anatomical component that explores both its anatomical and clinical relevance to hand therapy. The software features many comprehensive descriptions including the carpal ligaments, extensor apparatus, the proximal interphalangeal joints and volar plates, and the components of the palmar fascia.
The CD-ROM covers topics such as ligament testing, manual muscle testing, joint stiffness and stability, rheumatoid/osteoarthritis deformities and common surgical procedures. Users can enhance patient education with vivid 3-D images and video clips by using the 3-D model to explain what structure is involved in injury/surgery. The images can even be printed out for patients or athletes to keep.
Course instructors: Adopt Primal software for use in your class!
Teaching the intricacies of anatomy to your students has never been easier. Primal Pictures software programs allow you to illustrate anatomy to your students in remarkable new ways, and can be used in laboratory settings or in the classroom. Take advantage of special pricing on network versions for individual products or for the entire line of Primal software through an outright one-time purchase or a renewable license agreement. Several billing options are available based on the number of students in your course. These programs can be delivered via the Internet or through network configurations that can be constructed with your specific needs in mind. If you are interested in adopting this software for your class, please contact a sales representative at the phone numbers below for details!
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For a complete selection of Primal Pictures software, visit www.HumanKinetics.com/Primal.
-Pentium processor or equivalent
-32 MB RAM
-800 x 600 screen resolution, 16-bit color
-G4 processor or greater
-32 MB RAM
-800 x 600 screen resolution, 16 bit color
-Mac OS 7.1 - OS 9.2 (not OS X native)
PUBLICATION DATE: 5/8/2001