NEW and exclusively with original 3B Scientific® anatomy models: BONElike™ Human Skull Model, Half Transparent & Half Bony, Complete with Brain & Vertebrae - now enhanced with 3B Smart Anatomy.
Your advantages with all 3B Smart Anatomy models:
Free warranty extension from 3 to 5 years
Free access to 3B Smart Anatomy courses in the award-winning Complete Anatomy
Includes 11 3B Smart Anatomy courses with 23 lectures and 117 different views of interactive virtual models. Also includes 39 quizzes
To unlock these benefits, simply scan the label and register your 3B Smart Anatomy model online. All 3B Smart Anatomy features are completely free of charge for you. Read more about the concept of "Virtual meets Reality" developed by 3B Scientific for you to make learning human anatomy even more effective across all media.
The BONElike™ Didactic Skulls are made of a new material that allows an absolutely natural reproduction of even finest anatomical structures of the human skull for the first time. Bones made of 3B BONElike™ look real, have an absolutely natural feel and almost exactly the weight of a natural bone.
This worldwide unique and high quality didactic skull will leave no questions in the study of skull anatomy unanswered! The possibility to transfer the structures visible on the transparent half to the bony half give this skull a special didactic value. On the right, transparent skull half the paranasal sinuses can be easily located even from the outside, since these are marked in different colors: maxillary sinus (yellow), ethmoidal cells (orange), frontal sinus (green), sphenoidal sinus (purple).
The cranial sinuses and the neck and face arteries are also shown in color: sinuses of dura mater (blue), common carotid artery, external and internal carotid artery and the branches of the meningeal artery (red). One brain half, which is also visible through the skullcap, visualizes the brain position and the course of the sinuses. The periodontal pockets and tooth roots can be viewed through the transparent jaw of the skull. The lower jaw is mounted flexibly to demonstrate the masticator movements of the human skull. The didactic skull is mounted on a cervical spine and can be disassembled into both halves of the skullcap, the left half of the base of skull, the nasal septum, the complete mandible and a brain half.