Case Studies Featuring The Anatomage Table

The Anatomage Table and its related products have been utilized widely in many major schools, hospitals, clinics, and institutions all over the world and the US. The use of the Table in these institutions has resulted in qualitative and quantitative improvements for both students and medical professionals. Read the case studies below to see how various institutions have incorporated the Table into their curriculum.

CT-Based Virtual Dissection Improves Student Performance In Gross Anatomy Courses

University of Heidelberg Medical School

Researchers from the University of Heidelberg, German Cancer Research Center, and Karlsruhe Institute of Technology partnered to quantify the benefit of virtual dissection tables and cadaver CT scans on student learning of radiologic anatomy. Average test scores of students trained in radiologic image interpretation and cadaver CT scan access performed significantly higher when compared to students trained only with radiologic image interpretation or with no radiologic image training. The incorporation of cadaver CT scans and life-sized virtual dissection tables improve performance of medical students in general gross anatomy courses.

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Table Proven Effective For Anatomy Education Than Cadaver-Based Teaching

Journal of Chiropractic Education

Faculty members at Life University worked to evaluate lecture and laboratory scores of 1st-year chiropractic anatomy students. The goal was to establish whether students learning on the Anatomage Table would meet similar objectives as students learning on models or cadavers. Students that tested on the Table for lab exams scored an average final score of 85.1%, higher than those who were tested solely on models (81.4%) and cadavers (76.1%). The final scores averaged at 85.3%, 10.7 percentage points higher than students tested on cadavers (74.6%). On average, they tested 3.7 percentage points above those tested on models and 9 points above those tested on cadavers.

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Table Usage Beneficial For Anatomy Courses In Community College Settings

Tarrant County College

Tarrant County College purchased three Anatomage Tables for their different campus locations to implement into their Physical Therapy Assistant, Anatomy & Physiology, and Emergency Medical Technician programs. Student perceptions of the Table were also investigated with a qualitative research study focusing on radiographic positioning courses. Main Table features such as the virtual scalpel and rotation tools were used to expose structural relationships while also removing overlying anatomy. The Table was used in both lecture settings as well as small student groups to review anatomy and pathophysiology content in lab. Students had the ability to review anatomy from all angles, which helped them better conceptualize unique pathologies.

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Anatomage Table Receives Excellent Review From Stanford Program Students

Stanford University Clinical Anatomy Summer Program (CASP)

Students in the Clinical Anatomy Summer Program (CASP) at Stanford University interact hands-on with human anatomy while learning foundational medical skills. CASP exposes high school students to dissection practices, surgical procedures, and biomedical technologies. The Anatomage Table was readily utilized as a detailed anatomy visualization and surgical simulation tool. Students and faculty found that the Table was one of the best tools that was integrated into the program.

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Visualizing Human Structures & Pathologies In High School Anatomy Courses

The Harker School

The Harker School was the first private high school to acquire the Anatomage Table. Since The Harker School did not have access to cadavers, digital cadavers and virtual dissection tools were provided to their students to improve the educational process in anatomy courses. Implementation was focused in the AP Biology, Human Anatomy and Physiology courses. The Anatomage Table fostered student engagement and critical thinking. Students easily mastered anatomy terminology and dissection as a whole. The faculty introduced comparison anatomy to their curriculum with the help of pre-installed medical image library. The Table serves as a great introduction to technology, moving away from focusing solely on textbooks and anatomy models.

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Promoting Spatial & Conceptual Learning Of Anatomy In Biology Courses

Prairie View A&M

The Anatomage Table is used in various science courses in Prairie View A&M University’s Biology Department. The institution has an average lecture size of 32 to 64 students with a total of 500 biology majors. At any given time, there will be an average of six students around the Table during the laboratory class. The Table is used in over five different courses, focusing on gross anatomy, physiology, and biology. They also utilized the Table in radiology technician courses to provide real-time X-ray visualization. Students responded overwhelmingly well to using the Table for anatomy education, virtual dissection, and exposure to radiologic imaging.

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Nursing Program Successfully Adopts Anatomage Table

University of Michigan

The Table was integrated into the undergraduate nursing curriculum at the University of Michigan. Specifically, students directly interact with the Table during anatomy and physiology (A&P) courses. Students have the opportunity to work through assignments and interact with anatomy material they were exposed to in lecture. Students interact with the Table weekly during lab, which was is all day on Fridays. The course is currently comprised of about 160 total students. s of right now,the lab portion of the curriculum is a part of lecture. Since the Table’s use has been successful, the programis working to adjust the curriculum beginning in winter2019. They’ll soon have 2 hours of lab time per week to focus on learning directly with the Table.

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Anatomage Table increases exam scores and GPA for imaging science program

University of Nebraska

The University of Nebraska Medical Center received their Anatomage Table in 2014 to implement into their imaging sciences courses. Faculty wanted students to gain exposure to clinical case studies while actively engaging with 3D anatomical structures. Since receiving the Table, they’ve been researching quantitative student outcomes in conjunction with the implementation of the virtual dissection table. Compared to before the Table was implemented, there was an increase in overall student exam scores and GPA. Students perceived that the Table positively impacted their learning by allowing them to better visualize relationships between body systems.

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Clinical Education & Surgical Planning With The Anatomage Table In Medical Simulation Labs

Parkview Mirro Advanced Medical Simulation Lab

Parkview Mirro Advanced Medical Simulation Lab uses the Anatomage Table in a multitude of disciplines and health services. The Table is used to educate health care providers such as surgeons, physical therapists, and occupational therapists. Moreover, the Table’s ability to view and virtually cut into real patient 3D images and models allows for it to be a useful tool for endovascular procedures and surgical planning. The Table is also used as a patient education tool, bridging the gap between doctor and patient understanding while increasing overall patient satisfaction.

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Detailed Exploration Of 3D Structures In Virtual Anatomy Labs

Life University

Towards the end of 2015, anatomy classes at Life University officially switched from traditional cadaver labs to virtual anatomy labs. Life’s Virtual Anatomy Lab includes eight Anatomage Tables for students to utilize in head and neck, visceral, and musculoskeletal anatomy courses. Anatomy courses mainly utilized the labeling and animation features to highlight specific structures on the full body cadavers. The Table’s features allowed for students to see spatial relationships in 3D for all listed anatomy in the course. The 3D multi-layered visualization options for the cadavers and regional structures allowed for students to have a detailed understanding of body systems.

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