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Functional Anatomy Model of the Larynx
The Functional Human Larynx Anatomy Model is an anatomy model from 3B Scientific and manufactured in Germany. This functional larynx depicts the epiglottis, vocal cords and arytenoid cartilage. These parts are movable in ...
Human Half Head Model
Life size. Median section shows anatomy of central nervous system, mouth, nasopharynx, and vertebral column. Right side is dissected to reveal musculature, blood vessels, and nerves. Size, 18 22 41 cm H. On stand with base.
Human Ear model
This high quality model of the human ear represents outer, middle and inner ear. The detailed human ear model has removable eardrum with hammer, anvil and stirrup as well as 2-part labyrinth with cochlea and auditory/balance ...
Human Brain Model in Eight Parts
Includes 4 sections of the cerebrum, 2 sections of the cerebellum, and 2 sections of the brain stem
Cartilages of the Larynx model
Functional model, enlarged approx. 2.5 times, in SOMSO-Plast. Arytenoid cartilage, vocal folds and epiglottis can be moved. In one piece. On a green base.
Giant Human Brain model
This fragile, multi-colored, and giant human brain model measures a height of about 18 inches on black stand.
Multi-colored, over-sized larynx model Length: 14 cm
3-Part Life-Size Painted Didactic Human Skull model
The skull itself is based on the Axis Scientific 3-piece skull, a life sized skull model cast from a natural specimen. Uniquely, the Axis line of skulls does not have much visible external hardware The removable calvarium ...
Labeled Human Skull model showing muscles, nerves, and vessels with attached cervical spine
This model features red, blue, and green colors to highlight various muscles, nerves, and vessels surrounding the human skull. Also features pen written labels highlighting specific parts of the skull. Sits on brown stand.
Giant Functional Larynx model
Four times life-size and uniquely American-made, this unbreakable vinyl replica is complete with hyoid bone and epiglottis. The right side depicts only the cartilaginous structure, while the left shows the musculature as ...