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  1. 1. Primal Pictures User Guide (v.1.0) Nova Southeastern University Human Anatomy Systemic EditionKathi GraingerOvid Training Department2011 3D anatomy images copyright of Primal Pictures Ltd
  2. 2. Home Page & Chapters Click on “Home” at any time to return to this home page where the 27 chapters are listed within their 15 SectionsClick on any “Chapter Title” to goto its content(Example: Respiratory System) 2
  3. 3. Viewing 3D Models & Controls When entering a specific chapter you will view a default 3D model. This can be changed using the controls shown below At the bottom of the screen use the controls to remove/add layers, and to rotate the 3D Model to new angles 3
  4. 4. Chapter Text• Each “Chapter” is a collection of 3D views, each starting with its own Overview Click on any structure in the 3D Model and it will be highlighted in Green. (Text for highlighted areas will be shown in the “Structures” area below the Overview 4
  5. 5. Chapter Text Controls• Alternatively, use the “Next/Previous” buttons to move through the chapter contents 5
  6. 6. Structure Text & Controls• When a part of the 3D model is highlighted in Green, the “Structure Text” will show thetext that accompanies the area of the model selected Use text controls to make the structure text window larger or smaller 6
  7. 7. Two Quiz Types• A “Quiz” button is sometimes available at the bottom of the Chapter Text area An alternative “Quiz” is also available on the Navigational Bar. This is a Quiz on a whole system. Set the quiz parameters before starting this evaluation. 7
  8. 8. Keyword Searching• Click on the “Search” button at the bottom of the screen. Enter your term/s into the space provided and click on search (Example: Stomach or Epidermis)• Results of the search will be listed under several categories• To view text, click on “Close” to close the search box window• Click on “Show all Structures in Frame” to list all the anatomical names in an image 8
  9. 9. Additional Search Tools Click on “Index” to view an alphabetical list of all the anatomical names available in the Systemic Database. (Example: D = Dermatomes) Click on “Contents” to browse within the Systemic Database per structure/text... (Example: Cardiovascular System – Valves) Click on “Views” to browse within the different systems available (Example: Surface Anatomy – Overview) 9
  10. 10. Printing & Saving / Systemic Video Tutorial You can “Save and Print” images without worrying about copyright restrictions. Please mention Primal Pictures as such:- 3D anatomy images copyright of Primal Pictures Ltd www.primalpictures.comUse the “Video Tutorial” to accompanythis User Guide. Click on “Demo” toload and view the Tutorial 10
  11. 11. For more information please contact Thank You!
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