The knee joint shows a natural-sized, healthy right knee joint in upright position, including parts of the femur, tibia and fibula as well as the ligament system and the patella with part of the femoral tendon. The patella and attached tendon and the front half of the knee joint (which is frontally sectioned) can be detached to reveal the internal structures.
The model also shows all facial muscles, blood vessels and nerves, parotid glands, submandibular glands, medial sagittal section of the brain, nasal cavity, oral cavity, larynx, and pharynx, tongue, and vertebrae, and spinal cord in the neck area.
The life-size model of the left arm and hand in a semi-flexed position features the brachial, radial, and ulnar arteries and accompanying veins with their radicals in situ.
Arteries and Veins Around Skeletal Structure Displayed
Finest Detail of Skeletal and Vascular Anatomy Available
The complete circulatory system of the hand is shown on both palmar and dorsal surfaces. Comparative sizes of the various blood vessels are clearly indicated and facilitate the study of the blood circulation in the arm.