3B Life-Size Dual Sex Human Figure, 39-part



 

This totally new life-size (68") male/female model facilitates an understanding of human anatomy like no other human anatomy model in the world! The human that can be dissected, features a human torso that has the skin removed from one half showing the underlying musculature of the chest, back, abdomen, head and neck. The front wall of the torso detaches to reveal the inner structures and organs in tremendous detail. In all, 41 component parts can be dissected from the human anatomy model. The human anatomy model comes with wooden roller base.

The following parts are removable from the human anatomy model:
  • 2-part head
  • Brain half
  • M. sternocleido stoideus
  • M. Deltoideus
  • M. Biceps brachii
  • M. Triceps brachii
  • M. Palmaris longus with m. Felxior carpi radialis
  • M. Brachioradialis with m. Extensor carpi radialis
  • Skin of the left arm
  • Muscled leg, upper part
  • Muscle leg, lower part
  • Skin of the left leg
  • Abdominal cover
  • Mammary gland
  • 2 removable lungs
  • 2-part removable heart
  • Removable Liver
  • 2-part removable stomach
  • Removable kidney half
  • 4-part removable intestines
  • 3-part female genital insert with embryo
  • 4-part male genital
  • M. Satorius
  • M. Gluteus maximus
  • M. Rectus femoris
  • M. Gastrocnemius
  • M. Biceps femoris cap. L. with m. semitendinosus
You get all this too with the human anatomy model! Over $120 in free software accompanies this figure. Includes:

 


Weight 34 kg
Dimensions 174 cm
Brand 3B Scientific
Item No. 1000209 [B53]


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