This model, 5X life size, shows the esophagus in longitudinal section, exposing common pathologies including ulcer (2 types), erosion caused by acid reflux, diverticula, varicosities and esophageal cancer. Comes mounted on a stand with a base.
11 x 11 x 25cm, Weight 160g Approx
Product Code: BL107872
This stomach pathology model demonstrates various stages of gastritis from a light gastric ulcer to a perforation.
Includes an additional relief model of the enlarged stomach wall.
Stomach with ulcers mounted on a base for display in the classroom or doctors office...
This vivid esophagus model designed to educate patients and students is a life-size frontal section that reaches from the lower part of the esophagus to the upper part of the stomach. The following illnesses are replicated in the diseases of the esophagus model:
- Reflux esophagitis
- Barrett's Ulcer
- Esophageal carcinoma
- Esophageal varices
- Hiatal hernia
This high quality diseases of the esophagus anatomy model is mounted on base.
- Mouth cavity and Pharynx
- GI tract
- Liver with gall bladder
This model shows the usual benign and malignant changes in the colon and rectum. These include diverticula, polyps, hemorrhoids, fistulae, fissures, chronic inflammatory diseases (Crohn?s disease and ulcerative colitis), as well as intestinal cancer in various stages.
This high quality Kidney model with rear organs of the upper abdomen model combines kidney models K22/1 and K22/2 depicting the anatomy of the human urinary system and digestive system. The upper abdominal organs are attached in their natural anatomical positions and are removable from the kidneys. The model features many anatomical details of the kidneys and rear organs.
This graphic gallstone model for patient education shows the anatomy of the biliary system and its surroundings in half natural size. Both acute inflammation (cholecystitis) and the tissue changes caused by chronic inflammation can be identified in the gallbladder wall. Gallstones can be found in the following typical locations...
A vivid hemorrhoid model designed to educate patients and students about hemorrhoids. The anatomy model is a life-size frontal section of the rectum as well as a smaller relief on a pedestal. In addition to the anatomical structures of the rectum (sphincter, mucous membrane, venous plexus), the model shows internal hemorrhoids during stage I and II as well as external hemorrhoids. The relief exhibit shows hemorrhoids during stage III and IV. The high quality anatomy hemorrhoid model is mounted on base.
The anatomy of the liver with Gall Bladder, Pancreas and Duodenum is graphically illustrated. Demonstrating the anatomy of the liver has never been more clear. The liver with gall bladder, pancreas and duodenum is delivered on baseboard...
The upper abdomen organ model shows the duodenum (partially opened), gall bladder (opened) and bile ducts (opened), the pancreas (revealing large ducts), the spleen and the surrounding vessels in natural size. The model illustrates the anatomy of the rear organs of the upper abdomen with high quality craftsmanship.
This anatomically correct replica of the rear organs of the upper abdomen are great for anatomy classroom or doctor's office. Rear organs of the upper abdomen on stand.
The stomach model shows the different and individual layers of the stomach wall. The front half of the stomach is removable. Stomach depicts are:
- The lower esophagus
Stomach delivered on stand for easy display in the classroom or doctors office.