Categoria: Head brain and nervous system

Basal Nuclei and Internal Capsule - code: 6160.16 rect

Basal Nuclei and Internal Capsule – code: 6160.16

Basal Nuclei and Internal Capsule Code: 6160.16 A fundamental support to study the human deep neuroanatomy. Greatly enlarged, composed of 2 parts, it clearly shows – with the aid of false colours – the principal anatomical structures such sa the caudate nucleus, the lentiform nucles and the genu of the internal capsule. The main structures…
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Brainstem, Enlarged 3 Times - code: 6160.23 rect

Brainstem, Enlarged 3 Times – code: 6160.23

Brainstem, Enlarged 3 Times Code: 6160.32 An important support for understanding the deeper anatomy of the brain. This single-piece model, enlarged 3 times, displays all the neurological tracts, exiting cranial and peripheral nerves in fine detail. The principal anatomical structures are numbered and identified on the accompnying k-card (included). Size: 25x18x15 cm Weight: 800 g

Cranial Layers - code: 6160.20 rect

Cranial Layers – code: 6160.20

Cranial Layers Code: 6160.20 Enlarged several times. This model shows the stratification of the human cranium, revealing details of internal structures from the skin to the cerebral white matter. Mounted on board. Size: 40x26x13.5 cm – Weight: approx. 1750 g

Median Section of Head (Relief Model) - code: 6030.01 rect

Median Section of Head (Relief Model) – code: 6030.01

Median Section of Head (Relief Model) Code: 6030.01 Life size representation of the superficial and the internal structures of the head and neck. This relief model shows all relevant structures of the human head in great detail. Mounted on board. Size: 33x23x5.5 cm – Weight: approx. 850 g

Regional Brain, 2 Parts - code: 6160.10 rect

Regional Brain, 2 Parts – code: 6160.10

Regional Brain, 2 Parts Code: 6160.10 Life size brain with distinct color coding for the following regions: frontal lobe, parietal lobe, occipital lobe, temporal lobe, motor cortex, somatosensory cortex, limbic cortex, cerebellum, brain stem. Mounted on base.Size: 20x17x15 cm – Weight: approx. 1300 g        

Disc Head - code: 6030.15 rect

Disc Head – code: 6030.15

Disc Head Code: 6030.15 This life-size head model is sliced horizontally into 12 pieces, giving an idea of how computer tomography and magnetic resonance work. Each slice can be rotated and removed for closer examination of its anatomical detail, which is reproduced with great accuracy. All structures including muscles, nerves, brain gyri and sulci are…
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Neuron, 2 Parts - code: 6160.27 rect

Neuron, 2 Parts – code: 6160.27

Neuron, 2 Parts Code: 6160.27 This item, magnified 2,500 times, displays the structure of a typical neuron. The sectioned soma shows all the internal cellular organs including nucleus, Golgi complex, smooth and rough endoplasmic reticulum. The dendrite can be opened into two parts to reveal the internal structures such as the Schwann cell and myelin…
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Ventricles and Basal Nuclei - code: 6160.22 rect

Ventricles and Basal Nuclei – code: 6160.22

Ventricles and Basal Nuclei Code: 6160.22 This life-size model is an important tool to study the topography of the cerebral ventricles related to the basal nuclei. All the different structures are reproduced in great detail and identified on the accompanying k-card. Size: 12x12x12 cm Weight: 80 g

Veins of Head - code: 6030.09 rect

Veins of Head – code: 6030.09

Veins of Head Code: 6030.09 This model shows the pathway of the left internal jugular vein in the cervical and head region, including the tributary venous branches. Mounted on base.Size: 20x15x20 cmWeight: approx. 600 g              

Thoracic Vertebrae with Spinal Cord - code: 6160.03 rect

Thoracic Vertebrae with Spinal Cord – code: 6160.03

Thoracic Vertebrae with Spinal Cord Code: 6160.03 2X life size, 2 thoracic vertebrae with rib ends and costovertebral articulations are included. The spinal cord is sectioned trasversely, showing details of the grey and white matter, spinal nerve branches and the spinal ganglia. This midel highlight the communication between sympathetic trunk and spinal column, through sympathetic…
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