Anatomy Models
Help to gain a better understanding of the human anatomy

Human skeleton models

Human skeleton models from 3B Scientific are the products of choice among anatomy schools, medical universities and medical professionals worldwide. Anatomical correctness, German manufacturing quality and attention to detail are what makes the 3B human skeleton models so highly rated. It offers a selection of flexible and stiff skeleton models, skeletons with ligaments and muscles, posters of the skeletal system, and mini-skeletons for those looking for quality but don’t have the space for a full size human skeleton.

Muscle models

Muscle models and figures from 3B Scientific help you to master the human musclature. Explore the muscles in 3D using the MICROanatomy™ Muscle Fiber. A single striated muscle fiber is magnified 10,000 times along with its neuromuscular end plate. Break down the muscular anatomy of the leg and hip (9-parts) and the muscles of the arm and shoulder (6-aprts). At 4 ½ feet tall, this full muscle anatomy figure makes a powerful presentation; or choose a torso with muscles they each come with removable internal organs extending their educational value. 3B Scientific has a comprehensive selection of muscle models to meet your needs.

Vertebra / Human Spine Models 

Different models of the vertebral columns and spinal cord show the detailed anatomy of the discs, dura, artery and nerves.

Human Heart Models

All 3B Scientific heart models detail the ventricles, atria, valves, veins and the aorta and are the perfect addition in the classroom or for patient education.  3B Scientific’s Classic Heart is highly detailed at a price you’ll love while the NEW 5-Part Heart Model details the heart like never before with features such as a representation of the heart during diastole and systole.

The Conducting System Heart is especially unique with its transparency to easily explain the physiology of the heart. If you need a heart to explain heart conditions, try the Classic Heart with Bypass or the Left Ventricular Hypertrophy Heart. Be sure to check out the World’s Largest Heart which is especially suited for lecture halls or to steal the lime-light in an exhibit hall!