The ground-breaking Monash Anatomy Series represents a unique and unrivalled collection of colour-augmented human anatomy body replicas designed specifically for enhanced teaching and learning. This premium collection of highly accurate normal human anatomy has been generated directly from either radiographic data or actual cadaveric specimens using advanced imaging techniques. The Monash 3D Human 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. A detailed description of the anatomy displayed in each 3Dprinted body replica is provided. What advantages does The Monash 3D Anatomy Series offer over either plastic models or plastinated human specimens?

Each body replica has been carefully created from selected radiographic patient data or high quality real human prosected cadaver specimens selected by a highly qualified team of anatomists at the Centre for Human Anatomy Education;

Monash University to illustrate a range of clinically important areas of anatomy with a quality and fidelity that is not possible in conventional models – this is real anatomy and not stylised.

Each body replica has been rigorously checked by a team of highly qualified anatomists at The Centre for Human Anatomy Education, Monash University, to ensure the anatomical accuracy of the final product The body replicas are not real human tissue and therefore not subject to any barriers of transportation, importation or use in educational facilities that do not possess an anatomy license. The Monash 3D Anatomy Series avoids these and other ethical issues that are raised when dealing with plastinated human remains.

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Foot model 3D - Deep plantar structures
  • Foot model 3D - Deep plantar structures
  • Foot model 3D - Deep plantar structures
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Foot model 3D - Deep...

Price €578.00

This 3D printed specimen provides a view of deep plantar structures of a right foot. Medially, the cut edge of the great saphenous vein is visible within the superficial fascia, just anterior to the cut edges of the medial and lateral plantar arteries and nerves overlying the insertion of the tibialis posterior muscle. The superficial fascias, the plantar aponeurosis, and superficial musculature have been removed to expose the deep (third layer) of musculature.