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This disarticulated skeleton is hand-painted and numbered to show muscle origins in red and muscle insertions in blue on the left side. The disarticulated skeleton's bones and bony structures such as fissures, foramina and processes are hand-numbered on the right side. The skull is detachable into 3 parts for detailed anatomical study.
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This disarticulated skeleton is hand-painted and numbered to show muscle origins in red and muscle insertions in blue on the left side. The disarticulated skeleton’s bones and bony structures such as fissures, foramina and processes are hand-numbered on the right side. The skull is detachable into 3 parts for detailed anatomical study.
The muscle disarticulated full skeleton features:
- One hand and foot on wire
- One set of arms and leg loosely
- Multilingual product manual to identify over 600 numbered anatomical structures
- Supplied in a sturdy partitioned cardboard storage box
This high quality skeleton replica is great for any in depth study of the human skeleton and scientific anatomy studies. Add the disarticulated full muscle skeleton to your classroom or doctors office.
48.5 x 27 x 42.5cm, Weight 6kg
Product Code: BL130408
This life-size functional knee joint model clearly demonstrates the anatomy and mechanics of the human knee joint. In this high-quality model the fully flexible knee joint shows abduction, anteversion, retroversion and internal/external rotation.
The model is made up of a partial femur, tibia and a partial fibula as well as the meniscus, patella with quadriceps tendon and joint ligaments, including the ACL and PCL.
Comes complete with a removable stand for easy study or display.
Product code: MSAN0144
This functional hip joint model provides a graphic demonstration of the anatomy and mechanics of the human hip joint, allowing better doctor-patient or teacher-student understanding of the anatomy of the hip joint. Use this life-size and fully flexible hip joint to demonstrate abduction, anteversion, retroversion, internal/external rotation and much more. The functional joint consists of portion of femur, hip bone and joint ligaments. Functional hip joint on stand for easy display in the classroom or doctors office. Detailed study of the anatomy of the human hip bone is easy with this realistic high quality model.
Provide your clients with a graphic demonstration of the effects of correct and incorrect lifting techniques on the spinal column. The figure lifts a weight from one of two positions. If the correct technique is used the spine stays in proper alignment. Using an incorrect technique causes the vertebrae of the spine to become distorted. Comes on base with illustrations of right and wrong lifting on the spine. A great way to make clients more aware of the effects lifting has on their spine.
Product code: MSGY1478
This deluxe brain is medially divided. On the right half of this brain, you will find a colored, systematic grouping and representation of the cerebral lobe. The left half of the brain shows:
- Pre- and post-central region
- Broca and Wernicke areas
- Heschl's gyrus
- Brain nerves
Ventricles Both halves of this brain can be disassembled into:
- Frontal with parietal lobes
- Temporal with occipital lobes
- Half of brain stem
- Half of cerebellum
The deluxe brain is a a great tool for education on the human nervous system and anatomy of the brain. The brain is delivered on a removable base.
This eye model shows the eyeball with optic nerve in its natural position in the bony orbit (floor and medial wall). Additionally, this eye model shows the relation between eye, bones, muscles, and outer structures of the eye. Eye dissects into:
- Two halves of the sclera
- Optic nerve
- M. rectus superior
- M. rectus lateralis
- Cornea half
- Eye lens
- Lachrymal system
- Vitreous humour
- Tear gland
- Associated structures
A great model of the anatomy of the human eye.
This life size four part model of a female pelvis represents detailed information about the topography of bones, ligaments, pelvic floor muscles and female pelvic organs. The right half shows the bones with pelvic ligaments. In addition, the left half of the pelvis contains the muscles of the pelvic floor including levator ani, ischiocavernosus, deep and superficial transverse perineal, external anal sphincter, external urethral sphincter...
This true-to-life anatomical replica of the vertebral column of a child of about 5 years old is especially interesting for those working in the areas of anatomy, pediatrics, orthopaedics and pediatric radiology. The unique material of the spine model makes it almost visually indistinguishable from a real vertebral column...
This life size three part model represents an original cast of a bony female pelvis with ligaments and shows all the details of the following anatomical structures:
- Two hip bones
- the pubic symphysis
- the sacrum and the coccyx
- the fifth lumbar vertebra with intervertebral disc