Sunday, January 10, 2016

5 Types Of Anatomy Models That Are Frequently Used In Labs



Anatomy models are commonly found in every bio laboratory including medical schools, colleges, hospitals etc. These models are used for observing the internal structure and organs of human body and provide a great insight about different organs in the body.

The different anatomy models are used in hospitals and medical schools to help the students as well as interns learn clearly about the human body and in detail. Therefore, these models are an essential tool for providing better medical education.

The anatomy models are important lab equipment that every medical institution needs. The following are some of the most indispensable types of anatomy models that are needed in medical labs.

  1. Skeletons - These models are used in all the biology and medical laboratories. They help in better understanding of the human skeletal structure.    
   
  1. Muscles - The muscle models help in better understanding of the muscle system in the     human body. You may find a number of replicas of the muscle systems such as head, torso, knee joint, shoulder joint etc.    
   
  1. Digestive system models -     Digestive system models are an important part of anatomy.     Through these models, students can easily learn about the human digestive system.    
   
  1. Cardiovascular - The cardiovascular models, which are commonly known as heart models, are used to learn more about the anatomy of heart. Students gain better     knowledge about arteries, vessel, and functionality of the cardiovascular system.    
   
  1. Brain models - For better understanding about the functionality of brain, the brain models are used in different laboratories. Students learn about the various parts of the brain and their working. These models are very beneficial for the medical students who are studying different brain diseases.
   
Apart from the aforementioned models, there are many other models used in laboratories such as urinary models, nervous system models, ear, foot, ankle and spine models, skin models etc. Apart from providing knowledge, these models are also helpful during different research.

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