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(2020)Natural size, in SOMSO-Plast. Frontal section. In one piece.
(2020)This articulated skeletal foot features the muscles, nerves, vessels, and ligaments that surround the appendage.
(2020)Multi-colored barbed wire on a wooden stand replicates nerves in the human body.
(2020)Multi-colored, over-sized larynx model Length: 14 cm
(2020)Model concerns the elbow joint with surrounding muscles and ligaments that allows the flexing motions of the joint.