Erler-Zimmer canine anatomical models
Actual cast of the skeleton of a medium-size crossbreed dog with about 45cm shoulder height. The spine is not moveable, tail is removable. The legs can be moved and removed, perfect for use in courses and further education. ...
This canine jaw of a mid-size dog shows healthy teeth on the right side and diseased/broken teeth on the left side. The nine pathologies shown in this model are: missing premolar, gingival ...
Average size dog pelvis features both normal and osteoarthritic bone, body of ilium, greater trochanter, head in acetabulum, herniated disc, neck of femur, nerve, sacrum, and third trochanter. Size: 18 x 14 x 28 cm
This model of the heart of an average size dog can be dissected into two parts. After removing the front heart wall the model shows ventricles, valves and atriums. On stand.
This scaled down model of a median sectioned dog head depicts graphically the anatomy of mouth, tongue as well as throat with trachea and esophagus. Also the olfactory organ, the skull with sinuses and ...
This handy model Has a normal side with cochlea, auditory ossicles, auditory tube, tympanic bulla, middle ear cavity, tympanic membrane, horizontal canal, vertical canal, auricular cartilage, pinna and temporalis muscle; ...
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