Hand Skeleton Model with Ligaments and Muscles
The Hand Skeleton Model with Ligaments and Muscles is a high quality, four-part anatomical model of the human hand and lower forearm. It comprises of the bones, muscles, tendons, ligaments, nerves, arteries and veins located in this area. The dorsal side of the hand shows the extensor muscles, as well as portions of the tendons at the wrist as they pass under the extensor retunaculum.
This best-selling, anatomically correct Hand Model with Ligaments and Muscles is great for detailed study: a fantastic aid for those studying or teaching internal structures of the human body.
Layers of the Hand Skeleton Model
The palmar face of the hand is represented in three layers. The first two layers are removable, allowing for detailed study of the deeper anatomical layer of the hand.
In addition, clinically important structures such as the median nerve and superficial palmar arterial arch can be explored in detail in the hand model. The deepest anatomical layer allows for study of the intrinsic muscles and deep palmar arterial arch, as well as other details of the anatomy of the hand.
Applications of the Hand Skeleton with Ligaments and Muscles
The Hand Skeleton with Ligaments and Muscles is useful in a range of environments, including:
- Dimensions: 33 x 12 x 12cm
- Weight: 0.4kg