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December 21, 2010 —

This is a sweet new Google tool that could be pretty handy for our incoming pre-med students, or really anyone interested in health. (You may need to download the new beta version of Google’s Chrome browser to make it work.) You can choose to view just the nervous system or skeletal system, view several systems with partial transparency. You can click an organ, bone or vein and get the name or search for a body part and have it highlighted.

Nifty!


Courtney Tompkins has been part of the DMU marketing team since Nov. 2005 and loves promoting a school she believes in so thoroughly. Proud daughter and patient of DMU alumni, Courtney knows, first-hand, that Des Moines University is doing a world of good. A fan of all outdoor festivals, fruity drinks and nearly all edibles, she has a hard time narrowing down her list of favorite places to go and things to do but lists the Iowa State Fair as an all-time fave. She loves her 8-minute commute to DMU from Urbandale, a suburb of Des Moines. She and husband Tyler are owned by three large dogs, Tonka, Tucker and Tank.
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    Thanks Courtney Tompkins! For your useful post…

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    Thanks Courtney Tompkins! For your useful post…

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    I am a medical transcriptionist and this tool will be an excellent asset for my job. Many times I need to find different parts of the body or systems and get more details on them so I can transcribe the correct word – thank you much!

  • http://www.medicaltranscriptionhelpdesk.com Jennifer B.

    I am a medical transcriptionist and this tool will be an excellent asset for my job. Many times I need to find different parts of the body or systems and get more details on them so I can transcribe the correct word – thank you much!