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  • Life size.
  • Made of PVC.
  • Dissectable in 3 parts and brain in 8 parts.
  • Brain model sits nicely inside the skull and can also be removed. The brain comes apart into the following pieces: Frontal and parietal lobes (2 parts), temporal and occipital lobes (2 parts), brain stem (2 parts) and cerebellum (2 parts).
  • Both the brain and skull are held together with magnets and small pegs.
  • Bonnet can be removed, mandible is movable, teeth are separately installed & all skull foramens, fissures, processes are well depicted.
  • 32 features marked.
  • Key card/ manual provided.

A human skull model with a numbered brain serves educational, medical, and research purposes by providing a detailed representation of the skull with labeled brain regions. Here’s a brief overview of its uses:

  1. Anatomy Education: Used for teaching anatomy, allowing students to study the skull and the numbered regions of the brain, enhancing understanding of neuroanatomy.
  2. Neuroscience Education: Beneficial for neuroscience education, illustrating the skull and specific brain areas with corresponding numbers for in-depth study.
  3. Medical Training: Supports medical training programs by providing an integrated model for studying the skull and understanding the localization of different brain regions.
  4. Patient Education: Enables healthcare practitioners to visually explain the relationship between the skull and brain regions, facilitating patient understanding of neurological conditions.
  5. Neurosurgery Planning: Healthcare professionals may use this model for surgical planning, emphasizing the spatial relationships between the skull and brain structures.
  6. Psychology Studies: Relevant in psychology studies to understand the physical connections between the skull and brain regions, contributing to discussions on behavior and cognition.
  7. Research Reference: Provides researchers with an accurate model for studying the anatomy and localization of specific brain areas, contributing to neuroscience research.
  8. Educational Displays: Used in educational displays at museums, health fairs, and other events to showcase the intricacies of the skull and brain anatomy.
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