Advanced anatomy technology for BCHS

Advanced technology will assist students learning anatomy and physiology when they return to the classroom at Bledsoe County High School’s Career Technical Education (CTE) wing.

CTE health sciences instructor Ashley Fife said students will have access to an Anatomage table, which is a virtual 3D dissection software of the human anatomy installed on a six-foot long electronic screen with touch capability. The table shows all of the body’s systems and can be visualized along with normal vs. abnormal anatomy, Fife said.

For more see the July 2 issue of The Bledsonian Banner.

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