3B Classic Unisex Torso with Open Back, 21-part



 

This classic torso is hand-painted true to detail and made of high-quality plastic. All 3B torsos are also developed and modeled in Germany. This human torso has the unique feature of an open neck and back section going from the cerebellum to the coccyx. Vertebrae, intervertebral discs, spinal cord, spinal nerves, vertebral arteries, and many other features are represented in detail is this detailed replica of the human anatomy.

The features and removable parts and organs in this unisex torso include:
  • 7th thoracic vertebra removable
  • 6-part head
  • 2-part stomach
  • Lungs
  • 2-part heart
  • Liver/gall Bladder
  • 4-part intestine
  • Kidney half
  • Bladder half
  • Open back
  • Brain
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 9.593 kg
Dimensions 87 x 38 x 25 cm
Brand 3B Scientific
Item No. 1000192 [B17]


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