3D Anatomy Series

3D Printed Anatomy charts Series from Erler Zimmer, Germany

 

The ground-breaking Monash 3D Printed Anatomy charts Series represents a unique and unrivalled collection of colour-augmented human Anatomy charts 3D prints designed specifically for enhanced teaching and learning. This premium collection of highly accurate normal human Anatomy charts models has been generated directly from either radiographic data or actual cadaveric specimens using advanced imaging techniques and state-of-the-art 3D printing technology.  The Monash 3D Printed Anatomy charts Series provides a cost effective means to meet your specific educational and demonstration needs in a range of curricula from medicine, allied health sciences and biological sciences.

 

What advantages does The Monash 3D Printed Anatomy charts Series offer over either plastic models or plastinated human specimens?

 

  • Each 3D print has been carefully reproduced from specifically selected radiographic patient data or high quality real human prosected cadaver specimens to illustrate a range of clinically important areas of Anatomy charts with a quality and fidelity that is not possible in conventional models – this is real Anatomy charts and not stylised.
  • Each 3D print has been rigorously checked by a team of highly qualified anatomists at The Centre for Human Anatomy charts Education, Monash University, to ensure the anatomical accuracy of the final product
  • The 3D prints are not real human tissue and therefore not subject to any barriers of transportation, importation or use in educational facilities that do not possess an Anatomy charts license.  The Monash 3D Printed Anatomy charts Series avoids these and other ethical issues that are raised when dealing with plastinated human remains.

 

Upper Limb 

MP1500

This 3D print demonstrates a superficial dissection of a left upper limb from the blade of the scapula to the hand. The skin, superficial and deep fascia has been removed from most of the limb except over the dorsum of the scapula, proximal arm, and over the hand. The median cubital vein, cephalic and basilic veins are preserved, with the latter two preserve from the wrist to their terminations (in the deltopectoral groove and brachial vein, respectively).

Hand Anatomy charts

MP1530

This 3D printed specimen demonstrates a superficial dissection of a left hand and wrist. Anteriorly, the transverse carpal and palmar carpal ligaments have been removed to expose the tendons and nerves traversing the carpal tunnel and Canal of Guyon. The palmar aponeurosis has been removed to demonstrate the course of the tendons through the palm, the superficial muscles of the thenar and hypothenar eminences (abductors and flexors), and the lumbrical muscles arising from the flexor digitorum tendon.

Head and visceral column of the neck

 

MP1670

This 3D print specimen preserves a series of features of the head and visceral column of the neck:
The face: On the right side of the head the parotid gland has been removed to reveal the facial nerve and all its branches (temporal, zygomatic, buccal, marginal mandibular and cervical) and demonstrate the spatial relations of structures embedded in the gland from superficial to deep (facial nerve, retromandibular vein, external carotid artery).

Heart and the distal trachea, carina and primary bronchi

 

MP1710

This 3D printed specimen preserves the external Anatomy charts of the heart and the distal trachea, carina, and primary bronchi in the posterior mediastinum relative to the great vessels and left atrium (which demonstrates the pericardial reflections of the transverse and oblique pericardial sinuses).

Foot - Structures of the plantar surface

 

MP1900

This 3D printed specimen preserves the external Anatomy charts of the heart and the distal trachea, carina, and primary bronchi in the posterior mediastinum relative to the great vessels and left atrium (which demonstrates the pericardial reflections of the transverse and oblique pericardial sinuses).