3B Life-size Dual Sex Torso with Muscle Arm, 33-part



 

 

A feature of this life-size human torso that is unique worldwide is the removable 6-part muscle arm. The high-quality human torso model therefore fully represents the complete anatomy of the human upper body. The great detail of this deluxe torso makes it especially suitable for the high standards of medical school. The right half of the torso shows the skin, the left half the superficial and deeper muscles with nerves, vessels and bony structures. The versatility of this aesthetically designed human torso model is rounded off by the exact representation of the internal organs. The following parts of the deluxe torso model are removable:

  • 2-part head
  • Brain half
  • Sternocleidomastoideus muscle
  • 6-part muscle arm (removable Muscles: deltoid , biceps brachii, triceps brachii, palmaris longus with flexor carpi radialis, brachioradialis with extensor carpi radialist)
  • Upper leg stump
  • Chest/abdominal wall with detachable mammary gland
  • Torso body
  • 2 lungs
  • 2-part heart
  • Liver with gall bladder
  • 2-part stomach
  • Kidney half
  • 4-part intestinal tract
  • 3-part female genital insert with fetus
  • 4-part male genital insert
This extremely detailed torso is supplied on base board. All the organs in this human torso are hand painted for a quality product. This great human anatomy educational tool and makes learning the location of the human organs easy. It is also supplied with the 3B Torso Guide.

Weight 22.8 kg
Dimensions 90 cm
Brand 3B Scientific
Item No. 1000205 [B42]


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