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The Web of Neurology: Apps


CMCC Mobile App

Read processes for emergencies, report incidents and receive notifications when events occur. Access your Apple or Google Play store and search for ‘CMCC Mobile App’.

BMJ Best Practice

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A trusted, authoritative clinical decision support tool that provides quick, easy-to-use answers to clinical questions. Contact us about your access.


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DynaMed offers succinct, evidence-based clinical guidance written by physicians. It provides answers to your clinical questions quickly and easily, with the most up to date evidence. Contact us for your access.

Cochrane Library


Latest up-to-date evidence from the Cochrane Library in a convenient, easy to navigate format which provides you with relevant, accessible research, when you need it, from the world’s leading experts in evidence-informed health care.

Free Neuroanatomy Apps

NeuroMind features interactive clinical decision support, more than 120 clinical classifications, grading systems, and some anatomical images. Available for iOS, and Android.

Nerve Whiz features nerve and muscle charts, muscle localizer, nerve diagrams, and sensory localizer with detailed information and relevant diagrams and pictures. Helps users learn the complex anatomy of nerve roots, plexuses, and peripheral nerves. Developed by the University of Michigan. Available for iOS, and Android.

3D Brain provides interactive brain structures that can be rotated and zoomed with the touch screen. Each brain region has information on functions, disorders, brain damage, and links to research. Available for iOS, and Android.

NeuroKnowledge provides 90 neurology questions in a randomized quiz format. Developed at Rice University. Available for iOS.

NeuroSlice contains 40 images from MRI scans and stained brain sections with labeled anatomical regions, most with a short description explaining the significance of the region. Each interactive slice has neuroanatomical regions mapped out. Available for Android.

Complete Anatomy


Interactive anatomy resource allows you to view body systems, add layers, explore physiological features, and more.  Tools include; cutting, labeling, bone spurs, screen recordings, quiz creation and more.  Contact us about your access.

e-Anatomy In App by IMAIOS 2011


Create a personal account by using the "Sign up for access from home" link within the institution network (while at CMCC).

  1. Access your Apple or Google Play store and search for ‘MedOne App’.
  2. Select the app and when prompted, use your MedOne ‘personal account’ authentication to sign in and download full books for use offline.

Connect remotely using your MyAccess profile. No extra login is required. Your MyAccess profile must be created while authenticated and to maintain remote credentialed access you must login in to the site within IP range or VPN every 90 days.