Product Code: BHAM-0011
Human Torso with Muscles Manufacturer, Supplier and Exporter for Biology Lab - Dissectible in 17 parts, this life size torso with open back is provides an exceptionally realistic reproduction of anatomical structures in their finest detail.
All of the body systems are represented with full accessibility. The left side exposes all significant superficial and deeper muscles with vessels and bones. The open back shows muscular layers as well as the vertebral column and associated nerve branches. A thoracic vertebra, including a section of spinal cord, is removable for close examination of its anatomical details. The head is open and the brain is fully exposed on one side. The neck is dissected to expose muscular, neural, vascular and glandular structures. Significant features are numbered and referenced on the accompanying key card. The dissectible male and female urogenital systems are interchangeable, mounted on base with key card.
Removable structures include the following:
Eye with optic nerve and extraocular muscles
Half of the brain, divided along the longitudinal fissure, showing internal structures and blood vessels
Lungs (2 parts each), showing the bronchial tree and vasculature
Liver with gallbladder
Half of one kidney sectioned along the frontal plane, showing the internal structure and vessels
2-part heart with clear depiction of atria, ventricles, valves and section of heart wall
Stomach, small and large intestines with removable cover over portion of caecum
Back Side - thoracic vertebra (T12) with spinal cord.
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