Anatomical Pelvic Models
At Mentone Educational, medical professionals and educators can find detailed anatomical pelvis models. These pelvic models could be used to educate medical students, but also for patient education. To discover the different pelvic model options available to you at Mentone Educational, please read the information and FAQs provided below.
What Can You Tell Me About the Anatomical Female Pelvis with Ligaments, Nerves and Floor Muscles (269M) Model?
The Anatomical Female Pelvis with Ligaments, Nerves and Floor Muscles Models provides medical professionals and educators with a life-size pelvis model, which makes this model perfect for patient and student education. The model clearly displays the ligaments and main nerves of the female pelvis, but also a removable two-part pelvic floor; this makes the pelvic model a good option for demonstrations.
What Can You Tell Me About the Anatomical Articulated Female Pelvis Model (590G)?
Like the previously mentioned model, the Anatomical Articulated Female Pelvis Model is a life-size representation of the female pelvis. The model gives a clear anatomical overview of pelvis structures, but also of the fifth lumbar vertebra.
In addition to being used in classrooms and regular doctor surgeries, the Anatomical Articulated Female Pelvis Model is quite suitable for students looking to become a midwife. The model can also be used for demonstrations with foetal dolls, which makes this a great addition for many educational institutions.
What Can You Tell Me About the Anatomical Male Pelvis with Prostate Model (GPA3550)?
The anatomical male pelvis with prostate model gives a good anatomical representation of the male pelvis, testis and the prostate. The model is half the size of the actual male pelvis, but includes more information about the three prostate stages.
Medical professionals and educators who choose the Anatomical Male Pelvis with Prostate Model will also receive a patient education card. The patient education card displays some of the key features of the model, but also the three prostate stages.
The Anatomical Male Pelvis with Prostate Model comes with a base, which can be removed for more versatility during patient or student education. The model can easily be mounted on the base again afterwards, which allows for easy storage too.
What Can You Tell Me About the Anatomical Obesity Model (GPA3600)?
Our Anatomical Obesity Model provides an overview of apple and pear-shaped bodies, and places them opposite each other through a cross section. It illustrates the effects of overweight and obesity beautifully, hence why this model is a popular choice for patient education.
In addition to showing how apple and pear-shaped bodies look like, the model also displays some of the effects of obesity on the human body; this includes pressure caused by visceral fat on the colon, arteries, veins, ureter, small intestine, and more. These representations can bring the message home for obese patients at a doctor surgery.
Like most of our educational models, the Anatomical Obesity Model comes with a removable stand. It also has an education card which explains the differences between apple, pear and normal hips.
What Other Anatomical Pelvic Models Can I Find at Mentone Educational?
There are many other anatomical models of the pelvis available at Mentone Educational. So, if you would like to see more options, we kindly refer you to the “pelvic” subcategory under the anatomy models section.
In addition to anatomical models of the pelvis, Mentone Educational also provides anatomical models of other structures and organs. For a full overview of our anatomical models, please head over to our “anatomy models” section and select “human anatomy models”. Of course, we also have veterinary models available for vets and veterinary science students.