With this gorgeous anatomical model of the human eye, students and patients will reach a deeper understanding of this fascinating structure of the body. At roughly 5x life size, this model can be dissected into 7 pieces. Its eggshell white color allows for strong contrast between the illustrated structures, making study and patient education simpler.
Thanks to its multi-part structure, this model allows for strong potential for study of both the internal and external structures of the eye. The eye is bisected easily, and, once open, allows for observation of the internal features, including the central retinal artery and vein. The optic nerve is also visible.
The model is presented on a removable stand.
It's easy to see - Axis Scientific offers a truly tremendous combination of value and detail. Our collection of models is sure to be your new go-to in anatomical study and education.
Made by Axis Scientific and backed by a 3 year warranty. Measures 6.5x9x6 inches. Weighs under 1 lb.
|Product Dimensions||6 in. x 9 in.|
|Product Weight||2 lbs.|
|Is the product made-to-order?||No|
Q & A
Q: Can this model be used by children?
A: Yes, nearly all of the products we carry at AnatomyWarehouse.com can be used by children. Because the removable parts on this model are small, we do recommend that younger anatomists are supervised during use.
Q: What is this model made of?
A: This model is made of a high-quality PVC plastic and is hand-painted.
Q: Can this model be removed from the base?
A: Yes, the eye can be removed from the base. We do recommend that it is kept on the base as often as possible, to avoid any mishandling or damage to the model.
Q: Is this model numbered?
A: Yes, this model is numbered. The model comes with a manual that shows you the location and the names of the structures of the eye.
Q: Exactly how big is 5 times life size?
A: The dimensions for this model are 6.5 x 9 x 6 inches.
Q: Can the cornea be removed?
A: Yes, the cornea can be removed along with the Iris and lens.
Medical Education, Patient Consultation, Medical Illustration