March 2015 – Anatomage Table 3.0 Anatomy Poster

Anatomage Table 3.0 Anatomy Poster


I am pleased to introduce to you a project we have been working on. Over the last couple of months we have put together a stunning anatomy poster. This poster needed to be as unique as our Anatomage Table. We wanted the poster to reflect the Table's unique ability to view the relationship in a 3D space. We carefully combed through Anatomage Table 3.0, finding the most informative slices and interesting views to share with you. This anatomy poster is a collection of screen captures from the Anatomage Table. Thousands of photographs come together to make the data set our Anatomage Table users will recognize as the “Full Body Male” cadaver. When you look at the brain on the poster you can be sure you are looking at a picture of a real brain, not an illustration.

Please enter below to receive a copy of the poster.

Best regards,
Elizabeth Marzili
Marketing Manager
Anatomage, Inc.

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For more information on The Anatomage Table please visit us on the web at or call (408) 885 - 1474.

February 2015 – Anatomage is releasing Anatomage Table 3.0

Anatomage is releasing Anatomage Table 3.0

SAN JOSE, CA - February 2015 - Anatomage is releasing Anatomage Table 3.0, the latest update to the Anatomage Table. The Anatomage Table is a virtual dissection table designed to show all real patient data in a life-size scale. The Anatomage Table is currently in use at more than 200 institutions including Stanford University, Mayo Clinic, University of Edinburgh, Imperial College London, University of Massachusetts, and Case Western Reserve University.

The Table has real human 3D interactive scans. The male cadaver has over 1,000 segmented and annotated structures. Table 3.0 contains high-resolution data sets of regional anatomy, and the Anatomage library contains a wide array of pathology cases that range from medical device demonstrations to rare and unique clinical cases. The Anatomage Table offers a solution to the limitations of cadavers and provides a novel experience that allows users to gain a more comprehensive understanding of anatomy. The FDA cleared the Anatomage Table software for “radiologists, clinicians, referring physicians and other qualified individuals to retrieve, process, render, review, and assist in diagnosis”. The Table enables doctors to quickly analyze a patient’s scan in 3D with multiple renderings to further highlight specific tissue for accurate diagnosis. Surgical planning can be visualized and post-operative analysis can be reviewed on the Table.

Table 3.0

Based on direct feedback from institutions currently using the Anatomage Table, a multitude of new features have been added to enhance the educational experience. Instructors can utilize a built in curriculum and create their own password protected quiz with multiple pin styles. The new Explore tool can remove a single anatomical structure, isolate it, or highlight it. The Anatomage Table Library has more than doubled in 3.0 with over 160 new pathology cases. Multiple skull scans from the Smithsonian Institution are now included. The Male cadaver has received extensive resolution updates including increased color accuracy and detailed segmentation.

Anatomage is headquartered in downtown San Jose, California, the capital of Silicon Valley. Their products are in use at thousands of clinics worldwide. Anatomage's focus is on 3D medical technology. The company's innovative approach has made them a technical leader, shaping and redefining the industry standards.

For more information on The Anatomage Table please visit us on the web at or call (408) 885 - 1474.

October 2014 - Pride Institute “Best of Class” Technology Fair, 2014

Pride Institute “Best of Class” Technology Fair, 2014

SAN JOSE, CA — Anatomage is honored to announce that the Pride Institute has recognized Invivo5 with the “Best of Class” Technology Award for 2014 as a product that demonstrates excellence in its category.

photo of award

Invivo5 is the current release of the InVivoDental imaging software. Invivo5 is comprehensive software for CBCT users, covering all clinical applications such as Implantology, CAD/CAM, Orthodontics, Oral Surgery, Periodontics, Prosthodontics, Radiology, Medicine and General Science. Invivo5 can cover the entire work-flow from diagnosis, and treatment planning, to custom appliance ordering in one application.

With a focus on credibility and meaningful innovation, the Pride Institute’s “Best of Class” Technology Award — now in its sixth year — continues to recognize products that demonstrate excellence in their category.

A panel, comprised of leading voices in dental technology, comes together each year to discuss, debate and decide what products merit recognition. All technology categories are considered, but if there is no clear differentiator that sets a product apart in its category, then no winner is selected. Each product honored as “Best of Class” features unique characteristics that differentiate it from the competition in a compelling way, and more importantly, creates value for the general dentist.

Organized by Dr. Lou Shuman, President of Pride Institute, the panel is committed to a selection method that is unbiased and rigorous. Throughout the course of the year, members of the panel review new and existing technologies in preparation for the vote. Panelists who receive compensation from dental companies are prevented from voting in that company’s category. Over the years, the panel has developed a rapport that makes space for important conversations about value of different innovations and how evolving categories become more or less valuable to the general dentist. The spirited debate that follows results in a variety of products — obscure and well-known, basic and aspirational — being honored.

“Best of Class” founder, Lou Shuman, DMD, CAGS, stated that “The foundation for our success is, and has always been, our formula: technology leadership in dentistry, unbiased, and not for profit. The commitment of the distinguished panel and our partners at the American Dental Association help us maintain the integrity that creates true value.”

The panel consists of five dentists with significant knowledge of and experience in dental technology, including Dr. Shuman; John Flucke, DDS, writer, speaker and Chief Dental Editor for Dental Products Report; Paul Feuerstein, DMD, writer, speaker and Technology Editor for Dentistry Today; Marty Jablow, DMD, technology writer and consultant for Dr. BiCuspid; and Parag Kachalia, DDS, Vice-Chair of Preclinical Education, Research and Technology, University of Pacific School of Dentistry.

“Everyone on the panel is not only recognized as being an outstanding speaker and leader in the industry, but they are also actively seeing patients. When they say a product is worthwhile, it is because they see the value for the patient outcome and real-world impact,” said Dr. Shuman. “They are able to recognize the innovation that dentists need as well as push the envelope in what dentists should embrace as our profession progresses.”

The Pride Institute Best of Class Technology awards were launched in 2009 as a new concept to provide an unbiased, non-profit assessment of available technologies in the dental space.

For more information on the Pride Institute and the Best of Class Technology Awards you can visit their website at

For more information on InVivoDental please visit us on the web at or call (408) 885 - 1474.

Anatomage Headquarters is moving – February 2014

On March 1, 2014 Anatomage headquarters is moving to suite 500. We are very excited about this expansion and the growth that has caused it. Our phone and fax numbers will remain the same.

Our new billing address:
111 North Market Street Suite 500
San Jose, CA 95113

The following addresses will not be changing.

Our Anatomage Guide receiving address:
Anatomage Guide
111 North Market Street Suite 105
San Jose, CA 95113

Our Anatomage Medical receiving address:
Anatomage Medical
111 North Market Street Suite 125
San Jose, CA 95113

March 2012 - Anatomage Table at TED 2012

The Anatomage Table Presented at TED 2012

The buzz and popularity of the Anatomage Table continues to grow. Anatomage founder and CEO, Dr. Jack Choi was invited to give a presentation at the celebrated TED 2012 Conference in Long Beach, California. On Wednesday February 29, 2012, to the delight of over 3000 of the world's leading innovators and pioneers, Dr. Choi demonstrated the amazing visuals and the natural intuitive interface of the Anatomage Table. He spoke about his views on the future of medical education and how imaging technology will become pivotal for the next generation of students and surgeons.

Table Ted

The Anatomage Table provides 1-to-1 life-size visualizations of 3D anatomy based on real patient data. The Table not only complements cadaveric dissection courses but also serves as a solution for institutions with limited budgets and anatomy resources. Users can virtually dissect skeletal tissues, muscles, and organs like never before. Bridging the gap between radiology and anatomy, it allows students to dynamically switch between volume renderings and traditional 2D radiographs. A combination of leading software visualizations and an interactive hardware interface, the Anatomage Table is sure to become a new standard for anatomy education.


Tel) 408 - 885 - 1474
Fax) 408 - 295 - 9786
111 N Market Street #500
San Jose, CA 95113

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