Does shaving really make hair grow back thicker?

Understand if shaving really makes hair grow back thicker

Many of us have worried that when we are shaving that our hair will end up growing back in thicker and darker. However, this have been proven to be a myth. In fact, shaving your hair does not change the thickness, colour or the rate of growth.  To first understand this myth, let’s understand the […]READ POST

Understanding Hemophilia

Blood clotting disorder hemophilia

When you hear the disorder ‘Hemophilia’ you may think of the Romanovs, or maybe you are taken back to learning Punnett squares. One highlights the famous carriers of the disease and the other the likelihood of it being passed down through generations. Hemophilia is a blood clotting disorder that arises from a gene on the […]READ POST

Complete HeartX

Currently in demo format, Complete HeartX is a mixed reality experience that demonstrates a fresh approach to connecting tailored 3D anatomy and physiology with diagnosis and treatment, better preparing students for the real-world pressures of treating patients. Connecting theory with practice This demo explores how to bridge the gap between theoretical studies and real-world clinical […]READ POST

Shin splints

The tibia, also known as the shin bone, is a bone of the lower limb that is located below your knee. The tibia articulates with the femur to form the knee joint, and with the talus to contribute to the ankle joint. The tibia also articulates with the fibula at both its superior and inferior […]READ POST

NEW: Detailed Model of Eukaryotic Cell

This May we are releasing two new detailed models in Complete Anatomy! Join us on a microscopic journey in exploring our brand-new models of the eukaryotic cell and renal corpuscle. Learn the functions of different organelles or study the physiological connection between these structures and their larger systems. Sound good? Let’s dive into a bit […]READ POST

NEW: Detailed Model of Renal Corpuscle  

Exciting news! Complete Anatomy is launching two new detailed models this April. Go beyond the gross anatomy and right down to the microscopic level with our brand-new models, the eukaryotic cell and renal corpuscle. Explore the different organelles and understand their functions and delve into the intricate physiological connections between these structures and their larger […]READ POST

Saving content just got quicker and easier

At 3D4Medical, we have been hard at work enhancing the process of saving content to ensure a seamless experience for our educators. What’s new? Our latest update includes changes to Save Screen, Quiz and Question popovers.  These changes are aimed at streamlining and simplifying the process of saving content. In the latest version, the popover […]READ POST

Types of Freckles

Many of us have small spots on our skin that can range in size and color. They may even darken or stand out more after being in the sun for a while. These spots are called freckles and in most cases are harmless. In this snippet we will go over what exactly freckles are and […]READ POST

Types of Mastectomy

A mastectomy is a procedure or surgery where the breast or breasts are removed. This may sometimes include others tissues as well such as lymph nodes that are near the breast tissue. The procedure is most often carried out to treat breast cancer, or prevent cancer in women who are at high risk for it. […]READ POST

Fungi & Humans

A fungus is a eukaryotic organism that belongs to the kingdom Fungi. Fungi include yeasts, moulds, mildews and mushrooms. Recently, the fungus Ophiocordyceps unilateralis has become a popular topic of discussion. This so-called “zombie fungus” infects and controls the behaviour of ants. The “zombie” ants carry out behaviours that aid in spreading the spores of […]READ POST