Life-Size Dual Sex Asian Human Figure, 39-part



This life-size, high-quality muscular figure represents a wide variety of human anatomical structures in most accurate detail. The muscular figure is therefore especially suitable for the high demands of medical school. The right half of the muscle model shows the skin, the left half the superficial and more profound muscles with nerves, vessels and bony structures. The versatility of this muscle figure, which is also aesthetically designed, is rounded off by the accurate representation of the internal organs. The components of the muscle figure are:

  • 2-part head
  • Brain half
  • Sternocleidomastoideus muscle
  • 6-part muscle arm (detachable: deltoid muscle, biceps muscle of arm, triceps muscle of arm, long palmar muscle with radial flexor muscle of wrist, brachioradial muscle with radial extensor muscle of wrist)
  • 5-part upper leg (detachable: sartorius muscle, gluteus maximus muscle, rectus femoris muscle, long head of biceps femoris muscle with semitendinous muscle)
  • 2-part lower leg (detachable: gastrocnemius muscle)
  • Chest/abdominal wall with detachable mammary gland
  • Torso body with skin arm and leg
  • 2 lung halves
  • 2-part heart
  • Liver with gall bladder
  • 2-part stomach
  • Half kidney
  • 4-part intestine set
  • 3-part female genital insert with embryo
  • 4-part male genital insert

Muscle figure supplied with wooden roller base and assembly instructions in E/G/F/S/P/J.


Life-Size Dual Sex Asian Human Figure, 39-part 1

Life-Size Dual Sex Asian Human Figure, 39-part


Item No. 1000208 [B52]
Weight 29 kg
Dimensions 174 cm
Brand 3B Scientific


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