Even though most medical professionals are familiar with detailed anatomical models already, there is a brand that delivers an entirely new range of anatomical models with extreme accuracy. This brand is the Monash University. To get more familiar with the anatomical models this brand offers, please read the information provided below.
What Is the Anatomical Model of the Head, Neck & Shoulder with Angiosomes from the Monash University?
The Head, Neck & Shoulder with Angiosomes from the Monash University is a detailed three-dimensional model. It is a multipart specimen, which displays the anatomy of the head, neck and shoulders in a much different manner than most anatomical model out there.
Our Head, Neck & Shoulder with Angiosomes displays a clear overview of the superficial structures in the head, neck and shoulder area, but also the deep structures in the region. On normal anatomical models, realistic representation is often lacking, but not with this anatomical model from the Monash University.
What Is the Anatomical Model of the Posterior Abdominal Wall?
The Anatomical Model of the Posterior Abdominal Wall is another three-dimensional model from the Monash University. The model displays the muscular wall with the psoas, quadratus lumborum, transversus abdominus and iliacus, so this model does not contain the parietal peritoneum that usually hides these structures.
What Is the Anatomical Model of a Nervous System Dissection?
Learning about the nervous system is probably one of the most complicated subject matters for medical students, so having a three-dimensional model that can show these structures in more detail could certainly prove beneficial for the learning process. This is one of the reasons why many medical departments at universities consider the Anatomical Model of a Nervous System Dissection from the Monash University.
The Anatomical Model of a Nervous System Dissection displays a dorsal deep dissection of the head, neck, axillae, thorax, abdomen and the gluteal regions. The posterior portions of the cranium have been removed for easier demonstration. The cervical region is clearly visible too; this through a laminectomy from towards the opening of the sacral canal.
There is much to know about this anatomical model of a nervous system dissection. Therefore, we recommend that interested schools, universities and hospitals head over to the product description page of this model or contact our customer representatives for more detailed information.
What Is the Anatomical Model of the Superficial Shoulder Muscles?
The Anatomical Model of the Superficial Shoulder Muscles is a three-dimensional representation of a shoulder specimen. The anatomical model clearly displays the scapula, humerus and clavicle, which are covered with the superficial muscles, rotator cuff muscles, axillary artery and the brachial artery.
Like all other anatomical models from the Monash University, the three-dimensional nature and level of detail of this anatomical model allows teachers to provide more detailed demonstrations without having to worry about damaging a specimen. Therefore, this is also a serious consideration for many schools, universities and hospitals.
Where Can I Find More Three-Dimensional Models from the Monash University?
There are more three-dimensional models from the Monash University at Mentone Educational, because the level of detail on these models appears to be quite popular amongst medical professionals and educators.
Would you like to see these anatomical models in real life before you make a purchase? Feel free to drop by in our showroom and get more familiar with this range of anatomical models in person. Our team of representatives is extremely knowledgeable about this range, so they will certainly be able to help you further.