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T29C Advanced Knowbody Teaching Torso with carrying Case

  • $2,125.00


0709 Advanced Knowbody Torso plus 0702-00 carry case  $2,248.99 value
14 parts | 20 dissectible structures | 200 hand-numbered anatomical features

 

Rigidly mounted on a hardwood base, it stands 37 inches (94 cm) tall. More detailed than the Basic KnowBody, our Advanced KnowBody separates into the following components:
  • Eyeball with extraocular muscles
  • 4-part brain half
  • Left lung with ribs
  • Right lung with ribs (with blood vessels and bronchioles)
  • Heart (2 halves)
  • Liver with gallbladder and diaphragm segment
  • Stomach (2 halves)
  • One-piece small and large intestine unit
  • One-piece torso and head unit
Denoyer-Geppert Autographed Anatomy

Head
1. Dura mater, falx cerebri
2. Pituitary gland
(hypophysis)
3. Frontal bone
4. Frontal sinus
5. Sphenoid bone
6. Parietal bone
7. Temporal bone
8. Ethmoid air cells
9. Superior nasal concha
10. Middle nasal concha
11. Inferior nasal concha
12. Eustachian
(auditory) tube opening 13. Maxilla
14. Hard palate
15. Soft palate
16. Teeth
17. Sublingual gland
18. Tongue
19. Palatine tonsil
20. Styloglossus muscle
21. Stylohyoid muscle
22. Digastric muscle, posterior belly 23. Common carotid artery
24. Internal jugular vein
25. Hyoglossus muscle
26. Genioglossus muscle
27. Geniohyoid muscle
28. Mylohyoid muscle
29. Digastric muscle, anterior belly
30. Mandible
31. Masseter muscle
32. Parotid gland
33. Submandibular gland
34. Auricle
(ear)
35. External acoustic meatus

Brain
47. Cerebrum
48. Frontal lobe
49. Parietal lobe
50. Precentral gyrus
51. Central sulcus
52. Postcentral gyrus
53. Lateral sulcus
(Sylvian ssure)
54. Temporal lobe
55. Occipital lobe
56. Corpus callosum
57. Lateral longitudinal stria of corpus callosum 58. Left anterior cerebral artery
59. Olfactory tract
60. Cerebellum
61. Arbor vitae
62. Caudate nucleus
63. Interventricular foramen
(of Monro)
64. Thalamus
65. Interthalamic adhesion
66. Cerebral aqueduct
(Sylvian aqueduct)
67. Cranial nerve III
68. Medulla oblongata
69. Left middle cerebral artery
70. Left internal carotid artery
71. Cranial nerve I
72. Cranial nerve II
73. Left posterior cerebral artery
74. Cerebral peduncle
75. Cranial nerve IV
76. Pons
77. Cranial nerve V
78. Cranial nerve VI
79. Cranial nerve VII
80. Cranial nerve VIII
81. Cranial nerve IX
82. Cranial nerve X
83. Cranial nerve XI
84. Cranial nerve XII

Lungs
85. Clavicle
86. Manubrium
87. Sternum
88. Xiphoid process
89. Costal cartilages
90. Ribs
91. Pleura
92. Right lung, superior lobe 93. Right lung, middle lobe 94. Right lung, inferior lobe 95. Diaphragm
96. Left lung, superior lobe 97. Left lung, inferior lobe

Heart
98. Right atrium 99. Right ventricle 100. Left atrium 101. Left ventricle 102. Right auricle 103. Left auricle

 

Presentation of the Model

104. Right coronary artery
105. Anterior interventricular branch of left coronary artery

(left anterior descending artery)

106. Great cardiac vein
107. Anterior interventricular sulcus
108. Apex of heart
109. Superior vena cava
110. Ascending aorta
111. Pulmonary trunk
112. Left pulmonary artery
113. Right pulmonary artery
114. Right pulmonary veins
115. Left pulmonary veins
116. Coronary sinus
117. Inferior vena cava
118. Posterior interventricular branch of right coronary artery
(right posterior artery) 119. Middle cardiac vein
120. Posterior interventricular sulcus
121. Pulmonary
(semilunar) valve
122. Interventricular septum
123. Tricuspid valve
124. Bicuspid
(mitral) valve
125. Aortic
(semilunar) valve

Thorax
126. Hyoid bone
127. Thyroid cartilage
128. Thyroid gland
129. Trachea
130. Primary bronchi
131. Arch of aorta
132. Esophagus
133. Descending aorta
134. Tendinous arch of diaphragm

Liver
135. Left lobe
136. Right lobe
137. Caudate lobe
138. Hepatic artery
139. Portal vein
140. Right and left hepatic ducts joining to form the common hepatic duct 141. Common bile duct
142. Cystic duct
143. Gallbladder
144. Quadrate lobe
145. Ligamentum teres
(round ligament)

Stomach
146. Cardiac portion of stomach 147. Fundus of stomach
148. Pyloric part of stomach 149. Lesser curvature
150. Greater curvature
151. Rugae
152. Pyloric sphincter

Small & Large Intestine
153. Jejunum, small intestine
154. Ileum, small intestine
155. Junction of duodenum & jejunum 156. Mesentery
157. Cecum
158. Vermiform appendix
159. Ileocecal valve
(colic valve)
160. Ascending colon
161. Transverse colon
162. Descending colon
163. Sigmoid colon
164. Sigmoid exure
165. Rectum
166. Mesocolic tenia
167. Omental tenia

Abdominal Cavity 168. Spleen
169. Left adrenal gland 170. Left kidney

171. Abdominal aorta 172. Splenic artery 173. Splenic vein
174. Pancreas

175. Pancreatic duct
176. Transverse mesocolon
177. Superior mesenteric artery 178. Superior mesenteric vein
179. Duodenum, small intestine 180. Pylorus
181. Accessory pancreatic duct 182. Common bile duct
183. Right kidney
184. Right adrenal gland
185. Transversus abdominis muscle 186. Quadratus lumborum muscle 187. Iliac crest
188. Iliacus muscle
189. Psoas major muscle
190. Psoas minor muscle
191. Ureters
192. Common iliac artery
193. Common iliac vein
194. Ischium bone
195. Pubic bone
196. Sacrum
197. Piriformis muscle
198. Coccygeus muscle
199. Levator ani muscle
200. Urinary bladder
201. Anal opening



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