Friday, March 2, 2007

Yottalook Anatomy: New Changes & Tips

This past month, we have been continuing to improve the current beta Yottalook Anatomy engine. You can access this engine either in our Yottalook Labs or directly by typing in

One of the common search queries for radiologists is related to anatomy. This engine was designed to provide anatomy-related information. Below is a set of revised refinements.

The engine will return results first from various online atlases. Hence, if search for "knee" and then select the "AP/PA" refinement, you will get a result that would show you a labeled radiograph image of a frontal view of the knee. By default, the online atlas results will show up first.

However, some of you may be looking for radiology journal articles on anatomy. Then, you can try to refine your search further by selecting "Search Radiology Journals >>". For example, type in "deep transverse metatarsal ligament" and then select "Search Radiology Journals >>" and then click on "Images Only" to get a drawing of it in a radiology journal.

Or, if you are just looking for detailed anatomy information from a classic anatomy textbook like Gray's Anatomy, simply click on "Search Gray's Anatomy".

Give it a try today and give us feedback on how to improve this engine.

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