NEW: Explore our Five New 3D Detailed Models

NEW: Explore our Five New 3D Detailed Models

Exciting news! Complete Anatomy is expanding once again, presenting five new detailed 3D models for your learning and teaching journeys. Dive deeper than ever into the intricacies of the human body. Are you ready to uncover more secrets of human biology? Let’s dive in together!  Smooth muscle  Smooth muscle is a type of muscle found […]Leer artículo

Apple Design Award Nomination – Inclusivity

Apple Design Award Nomination – InclusivityApple Design Award Nomination – Inclusivity

We’re excited to share a new milestone in Complete Anatomy’s journey. We’ve received a nomination for the prestigious 2024 Apple Design Award in the category of Inclusivity for our work on the world’s first full female 3D model and our skin customization update! While we didn’t clinch the award, this nomination is a testament to […]Leer artículo


Image showing a developing fetus inside a dark-skinned female

So much happens in the body throughout the duration of pregnancy. In this post we will be focusing on the anatomical and physiological changes of organs that change to accommodate for the growing fetus. The complex metabolic demands the pregnant body requires urges changes that affect almost all organ systems. Not to mention the placenta […]Leer artículo

How We Breathe

Image showing the respiratory system in a dark skinned male

“Now take a deep breath in through the nose, and now let it out through the mouth”. If you have ever taken a yoga or breathwork class, you may be familiar with this type of command. Breathing is vital to our lives, but focusing on our breath can have multiple benefits to our wellness. Deep […]Leer artículo

World Malaria Day

Image showing the malaria parasite life cycle. (1) Infected mosquito bites skin. (2) Parasites infect liver. (3) Liver releases parasites. (4) Parasites infect red blood cells. (5) Uninfected mosquito bites skin and becomes infected, and the cycle repeats.

The 25th of April marks World Malaria Day. Malaria is a disease contracted from mosquito bites. Specifically, from mosquitoes that are infected with a parasite from the genus plasmodium.   (1) When an infected mosquito bites your skin, it can transfer the parasite to you. (2) These parasites travel to the liver where they mature. The […]Leer artículo

Skeletal Muscle Microanatomy

Image of skeletal muscle microanatomy showing the tendon, epimysium, perimysium, endomysium, muscle fascicle, blood vessels, nerves, mitochondria, myofibril and sarcolemma.

Skeletal muscle is one of the three main types of muscle found in the body; cardiac and smooth muscle being the other two. Skeletal muscles are under voluntary control and are responsible for moving our bodies. Let’s explore the anatomy of skeletal muscle starting with one of the smallest units, the myofibril. Myofibrils are contractile […]Leer artículo

Brain Injury Awareness Month

Side profile of the brain within the skull. On the left, the image shows the head tilting back. On the right, the image shows the head tilting forward, with the brain impacting against the skull.

March marks Brain Injury Awareness Month. Let’s explore one of the more common types of brain injury, a concussion. A concussion is classified as a mild traumatic brain injury. A concussion may be caused by a large impact or trauma to the head. Concussions can also be caused by rapid acceleration and deceleration of the […]Leer artículo

How We Sweat

With the new release of Dune: Part 2 coming out shortly, some of you may be familiar with the impressive stillsuit worn by the main characters. This ingenious concept collects the body’s moisture through its sweat or urine. It then filters the impurities out to create drinkable water. An ideal resource while spending days out […]Leer artículo

Coronary Artery Bypass

Visual of a heart with a coronary artery bypass graft. Visual of a close-up of the internal structure of a blocked coronary artery, showing that blood cannot pass properly

A coronary artery bypass or coronary artery bypass graft (CABG) is a surgical procedure used to treat coronary heart disease. When the major arteries become clogged by fatty substances, a CABG diverts blood flow around the congested parts and aids in oxygen supply to the heart. It is estimated that around 200 million people in […]Leer artículo

Matters of the Heart: Exploring the Rare Condition Myocarditis

Simply put, myocarditis is inflammation of the heart muscle. Although it is a rare condition, it can develop from a viral infection, a drug reaction, or as a general inflammatory condition. This is a serious condition as the inflammation can reduce the ability of the heart to pump blood and in severe cases the heart […]Leer artículo