Budget Super Skin Anatomy Model

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SKU:
A-102496
UPC:
646819820905
MPN:
CH4
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  • Budget Super Skin Anatomy Model
  • Budget Super Skin Anatomy Model
  • Budget Super Skin Anatomy Model
  • Budget Super Skin Anatomy Model
  • Budget Super Skin Anatomy Model
Retail Price $71.99
Today's Price $58.90
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Description

The Budget Super Skin 3D Model is enlarged to a whopping 105x life size cross-sectional view of the human skin, showing three layers and a close-up view of a hair follicle, sweat gland, fatty tissue and more. The anatomical model provides a front, side and back view. Does not dissect. The model is mounted on a base. This skin model is best used for more basic educational purposes in classrooms and offices for students and patients, or even dermatologist's offices. Its high-quality detail of important anatomical structures of the skin make it a great resource to have and definitely a great gift for human anatomy lovers as well!

Size: 11in. x 4in. x 13in.. Made by Anatomical Chart Company.

Specifications

Manufacturer Part NumberCH4
Product Dimensions11 in. x 4 in.
Product Weight5.5 lbs.
Is the product made-to-order?No

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Additional Information

Best Uses:
Medical Education, Patient Consultation
Product Class:
Economy
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2 Reviews

  • 4
    very good, not numbered on model itself

    Posted by pd on Apr 4th 2013

    Used in A+P lab. Large enough for easy ID's, but not too big for benchtop use. Sturdy with good use of color. Accurate for basic model. This is the 4th we bought. Only problem is that there are no numbers on the model, so you have to match the model key (or a book or some other picture) with the model in order to identify the parts. If there were numbers on the model, I would give it 5 stars.

  • 4
    Good model for the cost.

    Posted by Dr. K. on Sep 6th 2012

    Good details for many items, but does not show the difference between apocrine and eccrine sweat glands. Also, no tactile receptors shown.

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