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A life-size model of the right cerebral hemisphere with the cerebellum and brainstem shown. specifications: dimensions: 16cm x 13cm x 18cm weight: 0.3 kg advanced painting delivered based ...
Life size model of a human brain, can be divided in the medial plane along the longitudinal fissure. It consists of 9 parts: frontal and parietal lobes, temporal and occipital lobes, the brain stem, the cerebellum ...
Detailed cross-sectional model of the right half of the brain. Cerebrospinal fluid areas are clearly marked and flow direction is indicated by arrows. specifications: dimensions: 25cm x 18cm x 12cm ...
The twice enlarged brain model shows the numbered and color-coded parts of the brain. Featured are: frontal lobe, parietal lobe, occipital lobe, temporal lobe, motor cortex somatosensory ...
The three part skull shows the main skull nerves and arteries. The brain has 8 parts and is made of soft, tissue like material. Size: 17.5 x 16.5 x 22 cm ...
This approximately half life-size relief model shows a general view of the peripheral and central human nervous system: the head is open to remove a brain half with cerebellum; the pathway of the main nerves is well ...
This model shows a segment of the upper thoracic spinal cord, laterally and longitudinally divided showing spinal nerve roots. Delivered on baseboard. Size: 35.5 x 27 x 27 cm, weight: 0.75 kg ...
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The Human Brain in Multiple Frontal (Coronal) Sections offers an innovative way to study the structure of the brain. Because of the three-dimensional characteristics of the adult brain, the appearance of gross ...
This realistic model is made of soft, tissue like material to be as realistic as possible. It can be divided into 8 parts: - Frontal and parietal lobes - Temporal with occipital lobes - Brain stem - ...
This Human Brain is molded and cast from an actual specimen. Custom-formulated resin and the production process permit us to represent a level of accuracy and detail necessary for anatomy instruction. The left and ...
An enlarged and very detailed section through the right half of the brain including a portion of the skull. The pia mater has been removed. It is double sided and finely colored. One surface is on the median line, ...
Life size model of the human lateral ventricles, cerebral aqueduct, as well as the 3rd and 4th ventricle. With removable stand. ...
Individual cervical vertebra with cross sectional representation of the spinal cord. White and grey spinal cord substance and the spinal nerves shown. On baseboard. ...
This unique model shows an enlarged human neuron. The axon shows a healthy myelin sheath and three stages of myelin sheaths affected by multiple sclerosis. The neuron can be removed from the base for closer ...
Model twice enlarged, divided into 4 parts. The frontal lobes and brainstem are removed. specifications: dimensions: 36cm x 28cm x 20cm advanced painting delivered based on ...
This model of the brain was formed from a real human brain. Special materials and an elaborate manufacturing process allow for a previously unknown level of detail in recreating structures in anatomy lessons. The left ...
This model shows the main landmarks of the brain in well-represented colors. It is painted so that the four lobes of the brain can be distinguished: the frontal and lateral lobes, and the temporal and occipital lobes. ...
This model represents a cerebral falx. It shows the orifices of the sternal veins, arachnoid villi, superior and inferior sagittal sinus and straight sinus. ...
The Physiology of Nerves series displays the basic structures of the human nervous system. Each of the five sections of the nerve model shows a plastic colored relief model of the main synapse variations. All sections ...
Life-size model of the right cerebral hemisphere. The brain regions are colored. The model also shows the cerebellum and brainstem. specifications: dimensions: 16 cm x 13cm x 18cm weight: 0.3 kg ...
This life-size brain model is carefully painted, in realistic colors, depicting the main anatomy of the brain. Specifications: life size weight: approx. 1 kg ...
This unique model has been specially developed to understand the five senses - sight, smell, taste, hearing and balance - with related nerves. The model consists of a full-size part of the skull with a removable eye and ...
This life-size brain model presents important landmarks and areas of the cerebral cortex. The right half is painted so that four brain lobes can be distinguished: parietal occipital temporal ...
This life-sized brain model is carefully painted in realistic color depicting the major anatomy of the brain. The left half comes apart in four pieces- the frontal and parietal, the temporal and occipital, the ...
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 This life size model depicts 3 diff erent pathologies that involve the vascular system of the brain, including arteriovenous malformations (called AVM), in which the blood vessels are tangled together rather than ...
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Anatomical Models - Nervous system models

Models of the nervous system are irreplaceable tools used both to learn anatomy in schools and universities, but also as a decorative element in doctor's, physiotherapeutic, osteopathic offices and medical clinics. They offer visual and 3D representations of different parts of the nervous system, helping students, researchers, and medical professionals learn, diagnose, and plan treatment. In the resources of our online store, we have models of the brain, spinal cord, cross-section of the nervous system and its other elements. Each model is an exact representation of anatomical structures, created with great accuracy.

Anatomical structure of the nervous system:

The nervous system is a complex network system that plays a key role in the communication, control and regulation of various bodily functions. It consists of two main parts: the central nervous system (CNS) and the peripheral nervous system (CNS).
  • Central Nervous System (CNS):
Brain: It is the most important organ of the CNS and is located inside the skull. It consists of various parts, including the forebrain, diencephalon, midbrain, and hindbrain. The brain controls many functions such as perception, thinking, memory, motor coordination and many more.
Spinal Cord: Is a long, cylindrical structural element that runs through the spinal canal. It is the connection between the brain and the rest of the body. The spinal cord transmits signals between the brain and the rest of the body and plays a role in regulating reflexes and movements.
  • Peripheral nervous system (CNS):
Peripheral Nerves: The CNS is made up of many peripheral nerves that radiate from the spinal cord and brain and then carry information between the central nervous system and various parts of the body. They are divided into sensory nerves (transmitting sensory information to the CNS) and motor nerves (transmitting motor signals from the CNS to muscles and glands).
Ganglia: Ganglia are clusters of nerve cells located along the route of peripheral nerves. They play a role in the processing and regulation of nerve signals.
The nervous system also consists of other components, such as nerve cells (neurons) and glial cells, which have the role of supporting, protecting and nourishing the neurons. Nerve cells transmit signals in the form of electrical and chemical impulses to each other, creating a communication network throughout the nervous system.
The structure of the nervous system is extremely complex and diverse, and the description above is only a general outline of its structure. In fact, the nervous system is extremely finely organized, with hundreds of billions of nerve cells and countless connections that work together to enable the body to function properly.

Nervous system functions:

The nervous system performs many important functions in organisms. Here is a brief description of its main functions:
  • Communication - The nervous system enables communication between different parts of the body and the organism as a whole.
  • Movement control - nerve signals from the brain are sent to the muscles via the motor nerves, which allows for precise control of our movements.
  • Feelings and perception - the nervous system allows you to receive external and internal stimuli, and then process them into feelings and perception.
  • Coordination - it ensures harmonious cooperation between various organs and systems, enabling the proper functioning of the body as a whole.
  • Maintaining homeostasis - The nervous system is involved in maintaining homeostasis, i.e. the internal balance of the body.
  • Memory and learning - the appropriate structures of the brain process, store and reproduce information, enabling us to remember facts, experiences and skills.
  • Autonomic Regulation - The nervous system controls many autonomic functions such as heart rhythm, breathing, digestion, hormonal secretion, and stress responses. It consists of the sympathetic and parasympathetic systems, which act antagonistically to regulate these processes.
These are just some of the main functions of the nervous system. Its role is extremely complex and includes many other aspects that affect bodily function and behavior.

What does the OpenMedis online store offer?

Due to the constant tracking of market trends, we offer a very large selection of anatomical models of the nervous system.
Below are descriptions of some of them:
  • Brain models - in our offer we present various types of anatomical models of the brain, which present a detailed representation of brain structures, including different lobes of the brain, such as the frontal, parietal, temporal and occipital lobes. They may also contain separate parts that can be disassembled to better understand specific areas of the brain, such as the hippocampus, thalamus, white matter, and ventricular system. In our store there are e.g. models of the right hemisphere of the brain, neuroanatomical model of the skull with the brain, model of the brain with vascularization, magnified twice brain model, brain coronal sections, actual brain casts.
  • Spinal cord models - These models show the structure of the spinal cord and spinal segments. The models show the segment of the spinal cord of the spinal column, the posterior and anterior branches of the spinal nerve, which converge into a spinal nerve.
  • Whole nervous system - this subcategory contains models that show the general structure of the peripheral and central nervous systems and the division into the sympathetic and parasympathetic systems.
Application of anatomical models of the nervous system:
  • Education - an irreplaceable tool in the process of educating students of medical faculties.
  • Scientific research – used to analyze and explore various aspects of neurology and neuroanatomy.
  • Medical and physiotherapeutic consultations - help in explaining to patients their diseases, diagnostic procedures and treatment methods.
  • Presentations and lectures – they help the recipient to understand the topic of the presented material faster.
  • Interior design - they diversify the appearance of the office.
The anatomical models of the nervous system offered in our online store are high quality, detailed and made of durable materials. They provide a realistic representation of neural structures, enabling effective research, study and demonstration. Whether you are a medical student, teacher, researcher or medical professional, our anatomical models of the nervous system will be the perfect complement to your educational and research needs.
We also recommend models of the skull and head, which in combination with anatomical models of the nervous system will create an ideal set for learning anatomy.
If you have any questions or if the model of the nervous system you need is not available in the store, please contact us by e-mail or contact phone. We are sure that together we will be able to provide the necessary materials for learning and improving skills. We have the ability to produce models on request.


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