I found the “book” to be fascinating, great fun and a useful revision tool. This package certainly represents value for money and should be useful for individual and group learners at all levels.
R. DeCann, Rad Magazine, May 2001, on Inner Organs
VOXEL-MAN 3D Navigator Brain and Skull is a very useful introduction to the morphology, functional anatomy, and blood supply of the brain. The integrated approach and 3D interactive format are user-friendly and highly suitable for the target audience.
Jacqueline Graham and Paul D. Griffiths, Neuroradiology 44, 6 (2002), 552, on Brain and Skull
Overall, the authors are to be congratulated for this product, which is well designed, and a useful complement to anatomy books and atlases … it demonstrates the considerable future potential of electronic media in this field.
P. Hutchison, British Journal of Neurosurgery 16 (2002), on Brain and Skull
Students will enjoy the ability to move the views and interchange them, because these produce the sensation of depth and allow a picture to build up in 3 dimensions of the major structures. For many postgraduates, especially trainee radiologists, the views offer a valuable reference, since so many imaging techniques display mainly as cross-section slices.
Raymond M. Kirk, Journal of Anatomy 198 (2001), 381, on Inner Organs
This is the Porsche or Ferrari of the CD-Rom teaching resource … either CD 1 or 2 would be real value for money at the price charged for the two … ideal for learning brain and skull anatomy … VOXEL-MAN is easy to use, excellent value for money and an excellent learning and teaching tool.
D. Peach, Rad Magazine, March 2002, on Brain and Skull
As a complement to lectures and a textbook, this software seems to be such a good study tool for the undergraduate that it will probably be used as a substitute for anatomical dissections. This is the way the world goes.
Sandro Rossitti, Acta Radiologica 43, 1 (2002), 113, on Brain and Skull
VOXEL-MAN 3D Navigator is an example of how modern computer technology can be helpful for learning anatomy and radiological anatomy.
J. Verschakelen, European Radiology 11 (2001), on Inner Organs
… this software … is extremely well thought out. Many hours of use are certainly not sufficient to have a complete vision of it. A new kind of anatomical atlas has appeared. … Because it is very complete, precise and detailed, it will certainly become the reference for anatomists, radiologists, neurologists and neuro-surgeons.
Eric J. Voiglio, Surgical and Radiologic Anatomy 24 (2002), on Brain and Skull
The teaching effectiveness is total … Its place is therefore more as a tool in the perfectioning of topographic anatomy and radiology than in initial training. This software which represents a technical achievement, has a place in every anatomy department and every medical library.
Eric J. Voiglio, Surgical and Radiologic Anatomy 23 (2001), on Inner Organs
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