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Complete Anatomy Guide: Home

Use this guide to learn the way to access the Complete Anatomy application in your device.

Installation Procedures

  Follow below steps to install the mobile apps:

1. You must complete the registration procedures within the CUHK network in order to gain full access of the content.

2. Use any PC in the Library or connect your mobile device to the CUHK Wi-Fi network (CUHK1x).

3. Select and install the appropriate app, open to get started and register for an account with your CUHK email account ( or

4. A verification email will be sent to your registered email address. Check your inbox and follow the steps to verify.

Mobile Apps

You can install the Complete Anatomy apps on multiple devices: laptops, tablets and smartphones. Note: you can login to a max of two devices with the same account at the same time.

The content can be synchronized across all devices*. Please check the system requirements to ensure you have the best possible visualization experience.

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* Functionality on phones and tablets or laptops may be different due to the nature of the devices.

Complete Anatomy

Complete Anatomy is an anatomy learning platform which provides 3D human anatomy models for viewing and manipulating body systems. You can add layers and explore physiological features with the interactive application. Content includes:

  • over 17,000 interactive structures including a living, beating, dissectible human heart in 3D model
  • real time muscle movement, insertion & origin mapping, bony surface & landmark mapping, 12 layered systems, nerve tracer, blood supply tracer, and micro-anatomy models
  • over 1,500 online videos covering topics such as Cardiology, Orthopedics, Ophthalmology, Fitness, and Dentistry
  • radiological images in parallel with interactive 3D models
  • creative tools to dissect, cut, and label models as well as draw 3D bone spurs directly onto the skeleton
  • 22 Microscopic anatomy models
  • a series of guided lectures by leading experts in Human Anatomy, Point of Care Ultrasound, Cadaveric Imagery, Clinical Correlates, etc. 

Complete Anatomy: Getting Started

Source: Youtube video by Complete Anatomy

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