The Anatomage Table is the most technologically advanced anatomy visualization system for anatomy education and is being adopted by many of the world’s leading medical schools and institutions. It has been featured in the TEDTalks Conference, PBS, Fuji TV, and numerous other journals for its innovative approach to anatomy presentation. The operating table form factor combined with Anatomage’s renowned radiology software and clinical content separates the Anatomage Table from any other imaging system on the market.
An All-in-One, Touch-Interactive Display System
The Anatomage Table is a combination of unique hardware and software for the educational community. The form factor resembles an operating table or hospital bed and the real patient contents perfectly illustrate the anatomical realism of a living human. The Table comes pre-installed with:
-3D gross body male and female contents
-3D High Resolution regional anatomy
-An optional digital anatomy library with over 120 pathological examples.
True Human Anatomy in a Life-Size Scale
The data are from real patient scans or cadavers, and thus highly accurate. The Anatomage Table is the only system that can display true human gross anatomy in real life size. It makes for an excellent advanced education tool as well as a technical showpiece. With powerful radiology workstation features, it can be used for radiology, surgery case review, patient consultation, and research purposes as well as anatomy education.
Classroom and Lab Integration
The Anatomage Table can be used directly during lectures since it connects to projectors. Instructors can create and demonstrate procedural material, making lectures more dynamic and engaging to students. The Anatomage Table is an excellent supplement or replacement to cadaveric studies. With the segmentation features, each system or anatomical structure can be separated and reviewed individually.
Clean, Safe, Reusable Technology
The Anatomage Table is simple to operate and over time will save customers money. There are no recurring costs or disposal concerns like traditional cadaver labs. Likewise, costly chemicals or ventilation requirements are not required and the virtual cadavers can be used repeatedly for safe and consistent performance year after year.
Radiological Imaging Workstation
The Anatomage Table opens any medical imaging data and provides high quality interactive 3D renderings. Whether it is your own scan or one of the Digital Anatomy Library cases, the Table shows full 3D anatomy that can be intuitively controlled. Anatomy and radiology can now be seamlessly introduced and integrated in the same course.
The Anatomage Table has an optional digital library module that includes over one hundred twenty pathological examples, allowing students to not only dissect normal gross anatomy, but also experience abnormal pathologies. For a list of anatomy cases, feel free to email your Anatomage representative.
“The ability to view a large variety of CT and MRI scans is unique and infinitely useful...anatomy courses including identification of structures seen in cross sectional anatomy, x-ray, CT or MRI slice data, pathologies or abnormalities, anatomical variations, fractures, or cardiovascular conditions or diseases will find the Table an excellent method to both instruct and test students in these regards.”
-- W. Paul Brown, DDS,FICD,FACD
Stanford University, Division of Clinical Anatomy
Unique, Rare Pathology Examples
The Digital Anatomy Library features rare and clinically relevant data sets of real patients. Anatomage Table users can explore bone fractures, aneurysms, carcinoma, and dozens of other unique case examples. And because the anatomy is from medical imaging data, students are presented with the most accurate representation possible. Each patient case comes with a full radiology report to give context to the student.
Medical and Surgical Device Demonstration
Many of the patient scans included in the Digital Anatomy Library showcase medical devices. Instructors can demonstrate to students of all ranges the location and functions of stents, clamps, implants, and grafts. The 3D patient scans can be cut and rotated in any direction to truly show medical devices in a new and intuitive way.
Comparative Analysis - Multi-Scan Viewing
The Digital Library offers comparative study cases with synchronized dissections of multiple cases. Open three regionally specific patient cases simultaneously and see how it is a great tool for studying comparative anatomy.
Dynamic, 4D Scans
As part of our commitment to pushing the bounds of digital scan imaging, Anatomage has added 4D scans to the latest Anatomage Table offerings. Users with the Digital Anatomy Library can visualize respiration and beating heart scans with full interactivity. Users can even cut into and manipulate the scans while retaining motion capabilities.