Ear & Nose Anatomy

The Basic Skills All Nursing Students Must Learn, And To Learn The Techniques, They Must Practice And Practice In Anatomical Models That Provide The Perfect Vehicle To Study And Explain The Internal And External Structures Of The Human Body.

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Nose with paranasal sinuses, 5 part

This nose model illustrates the structure of the nose with the paranasal sinuses in the upper right half of a face in 1.5-fold enlargement.

Giant Ear, 5 Times Full-Size, 3 Part

This ear is a whopping 5 times life-size for easy viewing from anywhere in the classroom! The Giant ear model represents the outer, middle and inner ear.

Ear, 3 times life size, 4 part

This high quality model of the human ear represents outer, middle and inner ear.

Life size Auditory Ossicles

The human auditory ossicles, individually presented in natural position, embedded in transparent acrylic. This life size auditory ossicles are cast from natural specimen.

Functional Ear Model

This functional ear model shows how the tympanic membrane, ossicles, the complex internal ear with the cochlea and the oscillations of the basilar hearing membrane operate/interact.

Ear, 3 times life size, 6 part

This high quality human ear model represents outer, middle and inner ear.

Cochlear Duct and Organ of Corti Model (5-Part)

350 times life-size, this five-part model shows a 3-D section of the cochlear duct, tectorial membrane, basilar membrane, and vestibular membrane.