Anatomy Series 3D
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.
There are 19 products.
Deep face / Infratemporal fossa
In this 3D natomy specimen of a midsagittally-sectioned right face and neck, the ramus, coronoid process and head of the mandible have been removed to expose the deep part of the infratemporal fossa. The pterygoid muscles have also been removed to expose the lateral pteygoid plate and posterior surface of the maxilla. The buccinator has been retianed and...
Head and Neck 3D anatomy model
This 3D anatomy specimen of a parasagittally sectioned head and neck demonstrates a range of anatomical features: Lateral aspect of the face: A window has been created to expose the parotid region. The pinna of the ear has been left intact, however the mastoid process has been exposed by reflection of the sternocleidomastoid (SCM) muscle. The parotid...
Paranasal Sinus anatomy model 3D
This unique model has been created from CT imaging and segmentation of the internal spaces of the viscerocranium. Parts of the skull have been retained but sections or windows have been removed to expose the paranasal sinuses. The paired frontal sinuses, with the right being partially subdivided, are coloured blue.
Temporal Bone Model, Set of 3 anatomy models
This 3 part 3D printed model derived from CT data highlights the complex anatomy of the temporal bone including bone ossicles, canals, chambers, foramina and air spaces. In addition, the spatial relations between temporal bone and other structures of otological importance, i.e. carotid artery, dural venous sinuses, related nerves and the dura mater are...
Dural Skull 3D anatomy model
This 3D anatomy of a dissected and opened cranial cavity displays the dural folds and dural venous sinuses, including the falx cerebri (preserved by a retained midsagittal portion of the calvaria. The intact tentorium cerebelli demonstrates the tentorial notch which normally houses the midbrain.
Circle of Willis 3D anatomy model
This 3D anatomy specimen demonstrates the intracranial arteries that supply the brain relative to the inferior portions of the viscero- and neurocranium. This print was created by careful segmentation of angiographic data. The model shows the paired vertebral arteries entering the cranial cavity through the foramen magnum and uniting to form the basilar...
Hand 3D anatomy model
This 3D anatomy specimen demonstrates a superficial dissection of a left hand and wrist. Anteriorly, the transverse carpal and palmar carpal ligaments have been removed to expose the tendons and nerves traversing the carpal tunnel and Canal of Guyon. The palmar aponeurosis has been removed to demonstrate the course of the tendons through the palm, the...
Shoulder - deep dissection of a right shoulder girdle
Shoulder - deep dissection of a right shoulder girdle, preserving a complete scapula, lateral clavicle, and proximal humerus This 3D anatomy specimen preserves a deep dissection of a right shoulder girdle, consisting of a complete scapula, lateral clavicle, and proximal humerus. In the anterior view, the subscapularis muscle is present but sectioned to...
Shoulder - deep dissection of the left shoulder joint
Shoulder - deep dissection of the left shoulder joint, musculature, and associated nerves and vessels This 3D anatomy specimen presents a deep dissection of the left shoulder joint, musculature, and associated nerves and vessels of the scapula and proximal humerus (to near midshaft). Anteriorly, the deltoid muscle has been detached from its origin to...
Right thoracic wall - axilla, and the root of the neck
This 3D anatomy model specimen preserves a dissection of the right thoracic wall, axilla, and the root of the neck.
Upper Limb - biceps, bones and ligaments 3D anatomy...
This 3D anatomy model specimen shows the origin and insertion of biceps (most other arm and shoulder muscle bellies have been removed). The long head of biceps arises from the supraglenoid tubercle (hidden from view) and travels inferiorly in the bicipital groove, whereas the short head of biceps arises from the coracoid process. The bifid insertion of...
Forearm and hand - deep dissection 3D anatomy model
This 3D anatomy model specimen of a left upper limb preserves a deep dissection from the distal humerus to the palmar surface of hand.