BoneLab is one of the most practical tools that a medical student can use to be able to learn the position, kind, group and name of every single bone that is part of the human body.
Find out where all your bones are
The program shows us a 3D model, that we'll be able to move around freely, so as to be able to select the parts that we want to learn in detail or to add tags. Once we have clicked on any bone we will be able to view the name, as well as being able to access the information contained in the Wikipedia about it, thus increasing the amount of information that we will be able to access.
The program also includes an option that will allow us to be able to access of the parts of the human body depending on its type, in such a way that we will be able to isolate those elements that have common characteristics.
The interface, that is very simple and appealing, stands out due to the colors imbued in the skeleton and how well-positioned the application's options and menus are.