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July 5, 1995

Temporal Bone and Posterior Cranial Fossa

Author Affiliations

Baylor College of Medicine Houston, Texas

 

vols 1 & 2, edited by Berend Hillen, one CD-ROM, one CD-I; requirements: IBM-compatible PC with Microsoft Windows 3.1, 4 MB internal memory, 3 MB free disk space, 386-33 CPU, accelerated video card, mouse, and double-speed CD-ROM player, or CD-I player upgraded with Digital Video (DV) cartridge; $417, ISBN 0-444-820167, New York, NY, Elsevier Science, 1994.

JAMA. 1995;274(1):82. doi:10.1001/jama.1995.03530010096047

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Abstract

Take a CD-ROM reader and a computer loaded with Microsoft Windows 3.1, preferably equipped with at least a 17-inch monitor, and one can embark on a dazzling journey through the temporal bone and posterior cranial fossa. This is the second in a series of interactive anatomy software programs published by Elsevier Science. Dr Berend Hillen of the Department of Functional Anatomy, Utrecht University, the Netherlands, is the editor of the series, the first disc of which was devoted to the paranasal sinuses and the anterior skullbase.

Installing the software is a nearly bullet-proof process. The installation is accomplished through the Windows file menu, which runs the install program from the compact disc, installing the necessary drivers and taking up about 3.5 megabytes on the computer's hard disk. A CPU of the power of a 486-66 MHz, 8 MB of RAM, and at least a double-speed CD-ROM reader optimizes viewing.

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