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Argosy publishing launches The Visible Body
Date:3/4/2008

lating specific structures of the body;

  • share a perspective with colleagues, students or patients;

  • explain an injury;

  • examine the location and detail of a specific body part or organ in a 3-D, 360-degree view;

  • rotate the body model in any direction, zoom in and out of it and move through it with a few mouse clicks.

The Visible Body breaks new ground in helping physicians and educators to fully articulate the complex interrelationships of various anatomical structures, said Andrew Bowditch, President and CEO of Argosy Publishing. Physicians, professors and graduate students at several prestigious medical institutions who have used The Visible Body say they love it and have seen nothing comparable. We expect it to become the Internets most popular destination for accurate, life-like representation of the human anatomy.

Widespread Early Adoption

The Visible Body has quickly become a popular destination for thousands of students and medical professionals. Since an initial trial release period, more than 150,000 users worldwide have registered for The Visible Body. In addition, The Visible Body continues to experience high traffic volumes, including more than three million page views per month, with a significant number of repeat visitors.

Ad-supported Site

The Visible Body is currently a free site. The Visible Bodys medical visualization and search capabilities provide a platform for pharmaceutical, biotechnology, medical device and other healthcare firms through content appropriate advertisements to market their services to health educators and their students, as well as medical professionals and their patients, who are exploring the human anatomy and physiology.

Our next steps are to expand The Visible Body by adding different human models, medical pathology and therapy information, so that consumers can get
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Contact: Andrew Soucy
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781-861-7800
Argosy Publishing
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