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Anatomical Models / Skin-hair-nail
 Anatomical model - Microscopic structure of the skin, hair and nails. The skin model shows the microscopic structure of human skin, hair and nails in great detail. Using examples of different parts of the skin, ...
This model of a human skin in about 50 times life size shows 3 dimensional the different skin layers and anatomical structures. In addition to nerves and blood vessels the model shows sweat glands, sebaceous glands, ...
Product information "" Enlarged 2-sided skin cross-section. The acne side of the model displays 3 conditions: whitehead, blackhead and pustule/cyst. The reverse side illustrates normal skin anatomy. With ...
This approximately 5 times enlarged model of the terminal part of a typical digit with its associated bone structure shows three sectional views of the nail root and bed, germinative region and bone. Mounted on ...
Product information "" Enlarged 2-sided skin cross-section. The burn side of the model shows indication of 1st, 2nd and 3rd degree burns. The reverse side illustrates normal skin anatomy. With stand. Size: 15 x 10 ...
Continued exposure to sunlight can cause damage to skin cells. If the damaged cells do not die or repair themselves, they degenerate and visible skin cancer develops. The Skin Cancer Trainer has been developed to ...
With the help of this model it is easy to compare hairy and hairless skin structures: sensitive blood cells blood vessels sweat gland nerves hair and hair roots In addition, the nail ...

Anatomical Models - Skin-hair-nail

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