About 70 times, durable plastic, showing the scalp with hair in different planes of section. In one piece, on a base.
Made of Fibre Glass. Various details shown include :-
Mouth, Teeth, Palate, Tongue, Pharynx, Oesophagus, Stomach, Liver, Gall Bladder, Duodenum, Pancreas, Spleen, Large Intestines, Small Intestines, Appendix and Rectum.All parts are numbered for easy identification.
The oesophagus continues into the stomach which is a muscular bag located in upper left part of the abdominal cavity just below diaphragm. Stomach opens in duodenal part of intestine. All parts numbered with english keycard. Provided with plastic base.
Made of Fibre Glass. All structures are numbered and identified. Various details shown include :-
Spinal Cord, Cerebellum, Corpus callosum, Lateral ventricle, Temporal & Frontal lobe, Parietal and occipital lobe, Medulla Oblongata, Thalamus & Pituitary Gland.
Made of Fibre Glass, Dissectable into two parts. Various details shown include :- Superior Lobe, Inferior Lobe, Oblique Fissure, Opices, Diaphragm, Pulmonary Vessels, Bronchioles & Pleural Cavity. Mounted on plastic base. Numbered with English key card.
Hypothalamus, Corpas Callosum, Cerebellum, Skin, Skull, Medulla, Nasal Cavity, Mouth, Mucous Membrane, Frontal Sinus, Sphenoidal Sinus, Palate, Tongue, Epiglottis, Hyoid Bone and Voice Box.
Made of Fibre Glass. All important structures are numbered and identified. Various details shown include: L-5 Vertebra, ampulla of rectum, anal canal, anus, vaginal orifice, vaginal canal(birth canal), labium minus, labium Majus, urinary bladder, urethral orifice, symphysis pubis, clitoris, pelvis, utorus, placenta, foetus, umblical cord and peritoneum.
It is found in the neck. Group of seven cervical vertebra are present in the neck. It has a short axis like peg of bone around which the head and atlas pivot during shaking.
The model shows various stages of malaria.
Showing sections of spinal cord. Mounted on board.
Frontal Bone, Temporal Bone, Parietal Bone, Occipital Bone, Lacrima Bone, Maxilla, Mandiblel.
Carbohydrates, proteins and fats are digested into simpler forms which, inturn, are stored or converted for storage in the liver. It is human body’s most vital organ. The liver failure causes fall in blood sugar level leading to brain damage, failure of protein synthesis, excessive bleeding etc. Various details shown include: Right Lobe, Left Lobe, Caudate Lobe, Quadrate Lobe, Right Triangular Ligament, Left Triangular Ligament, Falciform Ligament, Gall Bladder, Inferior Vena Cava, Common Bile Duck, Heptic Artery, Portal Vein and Heptic Veins.