Artery Section Model
This one-piece, oversized artery "Y" section
with cutaway portions shows build-up of
cholesterol deposits in several locations.
Removable patient education card and base
No. SH332-AA. Only $79.95
With the help of this anatomical model doctors can explain changes in the
blood vessels due to arteriosclerosis. A horizontally dissected
artery fork is depicted with arteriosclerotic change in four different
stages from slightly sedimented to a completely clogged vessel.
Comes with stand.
No. SH332-BA. Only $84.95
4-Part Artery Model
This models shows four sections of an artery demonstrating
atherosclerosis in which the narrowing of the artery is due to a build
up of fatty tissue (cholesterol) and plaque. 4-stages: normal artery,
fatty streak, fibrous plaque, and blockage. The stages cause a decrease
in blood flow, which can lead to a blood clot or thrombus. All stages
rotate on hinge pin to form a compact package. Comes with patient
No. SH332-AB. Only $79.95
Micro Anatomy Artery & Vein
The artery and vein model shows a medium-sized muscular artery with
two adjacent veins from the antebrachial area
with adjoining fat tissue and muscle enlarged 14
times. The micro anatomy™ circulatory system
model illustrates the reciprocal anatomical
relationship of artery and vein and the basic
functional techniques of the venous valves
(“valve function” and “muscle pump”). The left
vein and the middle artery are fenestrated in
the upper anterior segment, revealing the
various layers of the wall structure in a cross
and longitudinal section and in top view. The
right vein is opened throughout in the anterior
segment, revealing the orifice of a feeder vein
and two venous valves, i.e. “flap valves” formed
by a duplication of the tunica intima. On the
rear of the artery and vein model, the relief of
two veins is shown to illustrate the functional
aspect of the venous valves. A great tool for
teaching about the human circulatory system.
Artery and vein supplied on base.
No. SH332-BB. Only $314.95
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