BoneBox - Spine is a Mac program that might come in handy to medical students and professionals who wish to have access to a 3D representation of the spine. This application provides you with an accurate illustration of a spine model, offers you detailed information based on its components, and comes with a very intuitive interface.
You can place the 3D spine model in any position you like on the screen and zoom in to examine all of its components. The utility also enables you to read the labels of each section from the spine and add your own pins to the 3D representation.
This program also features an option to draw shapes over the 3D image. Once you finish modifying the spine representation you can save the image.
Another aspect I like is that it provides you with a quiz. The app displays all spine components and your objective is to connect the elements with their names.
In my opinion, this utility might prove to be of good use to medical students when studying the spine. With that being said, they should definitely install this free program on their Macs if they wish to have access to an efficient way to study the anatomical spine.