Human Brain Anatomy Models
Learning accurate anatomical structures of the brain is made simple no matter whether if it's basic or complex mechanisms of the cerebral cortex. Human Brain Models segment the brain to explore brain anatomy and the functions of the nervous system. A tangible module facilitates hands-on learning for students and patients receiving physician consultation.
Brain Anatomical Model Features
- Available in 2-, 4-, 5-, 8, and 9-part Models
- Segmented With Magnetic Ends
- Simple to Complex for Neurological and Arterial Reference
- Lifelike and to Scale of a Human Brain
- Gives Access to the Smart Anatomy App
3B Warranty and Smart Anatomy App
Manufacturer 3B Scientific backs up each model with a three-year warranty. 3B uses durable materials to ensure the model holds up to extensive use in the classroom. The plastic is unbreakable when accidentally dropped on the floor.
The Smart Anatomy app connects with the models QR code to give access to digital course instruction specific to that model.
3B Smart Anatomy Video Demonstration
Brain Model Options
Since the application and anatomical study varies brain models differ in complexity and the number of removable parts for presentation. A classic model is an introductory model cast with detailed accuracy in a single color and expands to advancement models with colorful highly-detailed structures. An example is the human brain model labeled with arteries that support comprehensive anatomy-based curriculums. Choose from Classic, Neuro-Anatomical, and Arterial pathway model options, each with magnetic structures to separate the lobes.
Classic Brain Model
- 3B Classic Introductory Brain Model, C15/1, is a 2-part model in a solid color without labeling.
Brain Model with Arteries Model
- 3B Brain Model with Arteries Model, C20, is a 9-part model that covers the basilar artery and nervous system.
- 3B Scientific Neuro-Anatomical Brain Model, C22, is colorful to reference lobes and systems.
Human Skull with Brain
- 3B Classic Human Skull Model with 5-Part Brain, A20/9, allows for brain exploration within the framework of the skull.