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Human Skin Model, 70x Enlarged - with Hand Painted Details - Mounted on Base, 13" x 9" - Eisco Labs

SKU AM0088
  • Model depicts three layers of the skin, hair follicles, sebaceous and sweat glands, receptors, nerves and vessels.
  • Mounted on 13" X 9" base . Entire model stands 2" tall.
  • Numbered with English Key Card.
  • Hand painted Model with details and identification numbers
  • Perfect for any classroom.

This human skin model is used for anatomical study, and is 70X life size for display of dermatological structures. The model depicts the three layers of the skin and internal structures for detailed examination, including the sebaceous and sweat glands, hair follicles, erector muscles, arteries, nerves, and veins. The model is hand-painted for accurate representation, and is numbered and includes a key card for identifying features. The model is mounted on a base for demonstration purposes, and is made of durable polyvinyl chloride (PVC) plastic-coated fiberglass. PVC plastic is corrosion resistant, lightweight, and has high strength, resisting reactions with acids, gasoline, alcohol, and hydrocarbons. Fiberglass contains many extremely fine glass fibers in a plastic composite, and is commonly used for its strength, non-reactivity, and to insulate against sound, heat, and electricity. The model is suitable for high school or college students (ages 13+).

The model (not including base) measures 1" tall, 7.25" long and 11" wide. Base measures 1" tall, 9" long and 13" wide.

Details identified: Epidermis, dermis, Subcutaneous Fat / Hyporderm, Stratum basale, Stratum spinosum, Stratum granulosum, Stratum lucidum, Stratum corneum, Pore, Papillary layer of dermis, Recticular layer of dermis, Cortex, Arrector pilorium muscle, Sebaceous Gland, Sweat Gland, Meissners Corpuscle (touch), Pacinian corpuscle (pressure), Free nerve ending, Ruffini endings, cutaneous nerve, cutaneous artery, cutaneous vein, hair, follicle sheath, external root sheath, internal root sheath, precuticular epittelium, cortex, hair bulb, hair papille.

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