iJoints is a pocket interactive anatomy atlas of the major joints. The app is designed for iphone, ipad, and ipod touch and can be obtained via iTunes store. It can be accessed for free via special codes. Please let me know how many codes are required. •The images have been reconstructed from the Visible Human Project® dataset. The hip, shoulder, knee, wrist, and ankle are shown in axial, coronal and sagittal orientations. Elbow axial images are shown.•The images can be flipped horizontally and the labels can be hidden in order to see the underlying anatomy more clearly.•Double tap or use zoom gesture to zoom in and out.•The labels are divided into 4 categories: muscle, bone, blood, and other which includes nerves and organs.•The goal for this joint anatomy atlas was to teach anatomy in a simple way and to act as a reference when viewing an MRI or CT. This application is meant as a teaching tool. Anouk Stein, MD is a board certified radiologist and computer programmer.

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