November marks National Alzheimer's Disease Awareness Month and it brings attention to the estimated 5.5 million Americans dealing with this disease and other forms of dementia. Knowing more about the brain may help someone caring for a person with Alzheimer's. There has been a lot of research into how the brain works and our products at Denoyer can help anyone understand the anatomical details of the brain.
Our Giant Brain Set allows students to study three brain models nesting on special display bases. These models are part of our Autographed Anatomy collection, the only models in the world which are personally autographed and dated by their handcrafter. This set includes the following three products:
This giant human brain replica divides into hemispheres with 73 neuroanatomical structures hand-coded on the left hemisphere and 22 are coded on the right. You can detach the right half of the brain stem and cerebellum to see the additional 35 coded features.
The Giant Regional Brain contains 120 numbered microstructures and nine vibrant colors to examine the front, parietal-occipital, and temporal lobes, along with other parts of the brain structure. Denoyer-Geppert Giant Brain models have been scaled twice normal life-size objects in order to observe each model in fine detail.
Our most popular brain model recreates the brain of a right-handed person. It employs hand-lettered captions and contrasting colors to help students identify motor and sensory functional centers. You can focus learning on the intellectual role of the dominant left brain and then the creative role of the right.
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