Pelvis

Even though regular models and replicas can be great tools for student and patient education, some 3D printed anatomical replicas of a certain body part can add more realness to a presentation of demonstration. Looking for 3D replicas of the pelvis specifically? Discover some of your options below!





What Can You Tell Me About the Anatomical Male Left Pelvis and Proximal Thigh Model (MP1765)?

The Anatomical Male Left Pelvis and Proximal Thigh Model provides an anatomical overview of the male left pelvis and the proximal thigh. It clearly displays some of the superficial and deep structures of the true and the false pelvis. It also delivers an accurate overview of the inguinal and femoral region.

What Can You Tell Me About the Anatomical Model of the Male Pelvis (MP1770)?

Our Anatomical Model of the Male Pelvis provides a unique insight into the inferior portions of the larger posterior abdominal wall. It clearly displays the inferior posterior abdominal wall, pelvic cavity and the proximal though.

The Anatomical Model of the Male Pelvis can be used to educate medical students about the true pelvis, femoral triangle and the gluteal region. Thanks to using the 3D technique used to create this model, it delivers a level of detail that makes educating medical professionals even more efficient!

What Can You Tell Me About the Anatomical Female Left Pelvis and Proximal Thigh Model (MP1780)?

Our Anatomical Female Left Pelvis and Proximal Thigh Model delivers a clear overview of the superficial and the deep structures of the false pelvis, inguinal region, femoral triangle and the gluteal region.

To ensure a clear overview of the musculature and the cauda equine within the vertebral canal, this model has been sectioned transversely; this means it is sectioned through the fourth lumbar vertebra.

What Can You Tell Me About the Anatomical Female Right Pelvis Superficial Model (MP1783)?

The Anatomical Female Right Pelvis Superficial Model preserves the superficial and deep structures of the true and false pelvis in greater detail. It also displays other structures in more detail; this includes the inguinal ligament, obturator membrane, the obturator canal, the greater sciatic foramina, and the lesser sciatic foramina.

What Can You Tell Me About the Anatomical Female Right Pelvis Model (MP1785)?

Our Anatomical Female Right Pelvis Model gives an accurate representation of the right female pelvis. The model shows the midsagittal plane and runs transversely across the L4 vertebrae and the proximal thigh.

The Anatomical Female Right Pelvis Model is specifically designed to demonstrate the deep structures of the true pelvis and the false pelvis. It can also be used to demonstrate the inferior anterior abdominal wall, inguinal region, femoral triangle and the gluteal region.

Can I Get Other 3D Anatomical Models at Mentone Educational?

The 3D anatomical models of the pelvis are just a small part of what is available in our catalogue of 3D anatomical models. In addition to models of the pelvis, teachers and medical professionals can also count on 3D models of the abdomen, head, shoulders, hands, arm, and so much more.

In addition to our 3D anatomical models, there are other anatomical models available at Mentone Educational. We also have an incredible range of posters and charts that may prove useful for classrooms, clinics and doctor surgeries!

Where Can I Go with Questions about the 3D Anatomical Models?

Do you have any questions about our 3D anatomical models? Feel free to contact our friendly team of customer representatives! Customers can contact Mentone Educational via email, telephone and live chat. So, pick your favourite contact method and get in touch!