Erler-Zimmer anatomical models
This fascinating model of an average European adult skull can be disassembled into 22 single bones. During development of this model one of the main targets was to make the model easy ...
... muscle) Together with the two hip bones and the sacrum the model consists of 12 parts in total. The muscles are fixed with pins, allowing to remove them for demonstration of the layers.This model is ...
... education. This means the skull was adjusted to be anatomically ideal, all anatomical details and structures are present and correspond to anatomical teaching. The three part model consists ...
... muscle, temporal muscle, pterygoideus medialis and lateralis muscles) are represented in the form of elastic bands. Using this model, it is possible to demonstrate the function of the masticatory muscles with closure ...
Reproduction of a human torso in about half life size. Perfect for use as desktop model or for studying the basic anatomy. The model consists of the following parts: Basic body, two head halves, one with ...
All vulva casts are actual casts of real women. A life-like appearance is the result. The outer female anatomy is represented with its finest details and structures. Detailed and surprisingly authentic these casts show smallest wrinkles, ...
... cutaneous nerve of the thigh and the femoral nerve are positioned over the superficial surface of the iliacus muscle. Detailed anatomical description on request.
... are clearly visible, as is the vas deferens crossing the brim from the deep inguinal ring to enter the pelvis. Detailed anatomical description on request.
... roots of the cauda equina are also visible exiting the intervertebral and sacral foramina in the sagittal section. Detailed anatomical description on request.
... removal of portions of the peritoneum (a grayish colour) to create ‘windows’ displaying extraperitoneal structures. Detailed anatomical description on request.
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