Peripheral nervous system

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Nervous System

Nervous System

3 replies
  1. Dick Bruin
    Dick Bruin says:

    Dear sir, madam,

    Since december last year, I’m using Anatronica Pro on my laptop for work purposes (I’m a physical therapist). And it’s great.
    I get a lot of compliments about the visualisation of all kinds of body parts (the compliments go to you!).

    I’m using this program for four months now and I have some questions:

    But, when entering the nervous system, I noticed something possibly wrong:
    The suprascapularis nerve origins from the superior part of the brachial plexus, and travels through the scapular notch. Henche one of the common complaints with shoulder injury: suprascapularis nerve lesions.
    In Anatronica, this nerve travels past the supraspinous fossa. I believe this is not correct!

    Last I would like to ask you, if it is possible to make an additional system (like the muscular of nervous system) with general/common injuries, like arthrosis, degenerative cartilage, sprained tendons, fractured bones, ruptured muscles.
    Maybe starting of with one part (eg. shoulder?) at a time?

    I very curious what is possible. Hope to hear from you.

    Best regards,
    Dick Bruin
    Physical-/manual therapist

    • admin
      admin says:

      Thanks for you comment! We will investigate this issue and get back to you. We are planning lots of things but we are currently limited with time and resources!


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