Anatomical Models / Charts / 3D Printed Specimens
When using anatomical models to instruct aspiring medical professionals, you do not want to settle for anything but the best. Look no further than our Anatomy Models and Charts Our models and charts are perfect for use in a variety of courses including Human Anatomy and Physiology. You need realistic replicas when teaching medical students about Human Anatomy and human cells. We have Anatomical Models available for every human body system you can think of, including Anatomy Pathology Models, Nervous System Models, Skin Models, Vertebrae Models, Human Spine Models, Hand and Foot Models, Ear, Nose and Throat Models, Breast Models, Joint Models, Acupuncture Models, Brain Models, Digestive System Models, Genital and Pelvis Models, Heart and Circulatory System Models, Human Muscle Models, Skeleton Models, Urology Models, and more under our portfolio.
3D Printed Anatomical Models of Cadaver Specimens
3D printed anatomical models refer to models that are created in a 3-dimensional technology using 3D printers. Australian scientists from Monash University created these models to allow doctors, both in practice and in training, to examine and learn about the body anatomy of humans without having to use the real cadavers in hospitals or medical training institutes. It is important to note that there are countries where real cadavers are illegal and as such, these models provide an alternative to addressing the ethical concerns for medical students in these countries.
The ground-breaking Monash 3D Printed Anatomy Series represents a unique and unrivalled collection of color-augmented human anatomy 3D prints designed specifically for enhanced teaching and learning. This premium collection of highly accurate normal human anatomy models has been generated directly from either radiographic data or actual cadaveric specimens using advanced imaging techniques and state-of-the-art 3D printing technology. The Monash 3D Printed Anatomy Series provides a cost effective means to meet your specific educational and demonstration needs in a range of curricula from medicine, allied health sciences and biological sciences.