The larynx can be a complicated structure inside the human body, so having an accurate anatomical model of the larynx can help doctors explain certain conditions to patients. The anatomical models of the larynx can also help teachers explain the anatomical structure of the larynx to medical students. Since the possibilities are endless, let us take a closer look at some of our most popular anatomical models of the larynx!
What Can You Tell Me About the Tongue with Lower Jaw and Larynx (FS05-1) Model?
Our Tongue with Lower Jaw and Larynx Model is two times the size of the human jaw and larynx. The larger size of the model enables doctors and teachers to explain certain structures and conditions in more detail, since the natural size of the jaw and the larynx can prove rather small for detailed explanations.
In addition to its size, the Tongue with Lower Jaw and Larynx Model has more advantages for education, because this model separates into five different parts; this includes the right lower jaw with larynx, left larynx, two separate parts for the lower half of the jaw, the tongue, and the muscles of the larynx.
The entire Tongue with Lower Jaw and Larynx Model comes on a removable green base; this allows doctors and teachers to mount the model on the base for presentation. The base also keeps the model in good condition, since it allows for easy storage too.
What Can You Tell Me About the Anatomical Lung Model with Larynx (G15)?
Medical professionals and educators in need of a detailed lung model should consider our Anatomical Lung Model with Larynx. The model is specifically designed for easy display in classrooms and the doctor surgery.
Our Anatomical Lung Model with Larynx can also be separated into removable parts, which allows for more anatomical accuracy and clearer representation. When the model is separated, it divides into a two-part larynx, trachea with bronchial tree, two-part heart, subclavian artery and vein, vena cava, aorta, pulmonary artery, oesophagus, a two-part lung, and the diaphragm.
Considering the high level of detail of the Anatomical Lung Model with Larynx, it is the perfect model for anatomical studies. Of course, the ability to remove some of the parts also enables teachers to get more effective demonstrations. Therefore, this model is certainly suitable for a classroom.
What Can You Tell Me About the Anatomical Larynx with Half of the Thyroid Model (G22)?
The Anatomical Larynx with Half of the Thyroid Model is made to provide versatility, making this model a good choice for the classroom as well as a doctor surgery. The model gives educators and doctors a clear anatomical representation of the larynx and the thyroid gland, but also a detailed model that can be separated for clearer instruction.
Our Anatomical Larynx with Half of the Thyroid Model is medially sectioned, providing an excellent anatomical view of the larynx, hyoid bone, windpipe, ligaments, muscles, vessels, nerves and the thyroid gland. Therefore, this model is a good option for student to practice on.
What Other Larynx Models Are Available at Mentone Educational?
The larynx models mentioned above are just some of the options available to educators, doctors and students, because there are many other anatomical models available. For a full overview of the anatomical models of the larynx, please head over to the “anatomy models” section on select “larynx” from the categories overview.
We also need to mention that Mentone Educational offers more anatomical models of other structures and organs. So, if you want to add to your classroom, doctor surgery, or your study, be sure to check out our entire range.