Eye, 5 times full-size, 12 part



This eye model shows the eyeball with optic nerve in its natural position in the bony orbit (floor and medial wall). Additionally, this eye model shows the relation between eye, bones, muscles, and outer structures of the eye. Eye dissects into:

  • Two halves of the sclera
  • Optic nerve
  • M. rectus superior
  • M. rectus lateralis
  • Cornea half
  • Eye lens
  • Lachrymal system
  • Vitreous humour
  • Tear gland
  • Associated structures

A great model of the anatomy of the human eye.


Item No. 1001264 [VJ500A]
Weight 4.382 kg
Dimensions 33 x 30 x 38 cm
Brand 3B Scientific


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