Brain Models

3B Brain Model, 2 part

Contrasting colors are used to indicate various anatomic structures in the human brain, making this high quality model perfect for beginning anatomy studies of the human brain

3B Brain Model, 4 part

This 4-part brain is medially divided. All structures of the brain are hand-painted, numbered and identified in a product manual.

3B Brain Model, 8 part

A very detailed model of the human brain which is medially divided.

3B Brain Ventricle

This model shows both side ventricles of the brain, the 3rd and 4th ventricle and the Aquaeductus cerebri (Sylvius).

3B Brain with Arteries on Base of Head, 8 part

This C25 deluxe brain comes with opened head to allow detailed study of the brain's position in the skull.

3B Brain with Arteries, 9 part

This medially divided deluxe brain model shows the brain arteries

3B Classic Brain, 5 part

This midsagittally sectioned model is an original anatomic cast of a real human brain.

3B Giant Brain, 2.5 times full-size, 14 part

At 2.5 times life-size the giant brain is 3B Scientific's most comprehensive brain model.

3B Introductory Brain Model, 2 part

This basic brain is medially divided, anatomically accurate, life-size and unbreakable!

3B Neuro-Anatomical Brain, 8 part

This deluxe brain is medially divided. On the right half of this brain, you will find a colored, systematic grouping and representation of the cerebral lobe

3B NEUROtables™ in English

On 21 pages with over 60 detailed illustrations the 3B NEUROtables™ reveal the human brain in various views and sectional layers.

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