Design Features of on-Line Anatomy Information Resources: A Comparison with the Digital Anatomist
1999) Design Features of on-Line Anatomy Information Resources: A Comparison with the Digital Anatomist. In Proceedings, American Medical Informatics Association Fall Symposium, pages pp. 560-564. (
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In order to update the design of the next generation of the Digital Anatomist, we have surveyed teaching assistants who have used the Digital Anatomist for learning and teaching anatomy as medical students, and have also examined available anatomy web sites with sufficient content to support learning. The majority of web sites function in an atlas mode and provide for the identification of structures. These atlases incorporate a variety of features for interactivity with 2D images, some of which are not available in the Digital Anatomist. The surveys suggest that the greatest need is for on-line access to comprehensive and detailed anatomical information and for the development of knowledge-based methods that allow the direct manipulation of segmented 3D graphical models by the user. The requirement for such interactivity is a comprehensive symbolic model of the physical organization of the body that can support inference.
|Item Type:||Conference Paper|
|Keywords:||sig, anatomy education, benamia99, da99, amia1999|
|Deposited By:||Hinshaw, Kevin|
|Deposited On:||01 May 2003|