Erler-Zimmer 40-Week Fetal Skull Model with Calvarium Cut
For in-depth study of fetal development, the Erler-Zimmer 40-Week Fetal Skull Model with Calvarium Cut can be an incredibly useful tool. The calvarium of this model has been cut open, enabling users to learn about the anatomical structure of the endocranium. This skull model features a highly realistic design, with an anatomically correct design and life-like bone texture.
Who Can Use This Anatomical Skull Model?
This anatomical model offers a detailed anatomical overview of the structure of a 40-week old fetal skull with the calvarium cut. This model is ideal for training and study purposes, and can be used to teach fetal anatomy to medical personnel or for patient education (such as for first-time mothers). Those who may benefit from using this handy study / training tool include:
- Doctors and Nurses
- General Practitioners
What Components Can I Identify On This Anatomical Model?
This realistic fetal-skull model is ideal for observation of the ossicles, fontanelles, and calvarial structures (i.e., the bones that cover the brain) on a fetal skull after 40-weeks of development. Removing the calvarium enables study of the complex anatomical structure of the endocranium.
Key Features and Benefits
- Life-like anatomical model of a fetal skull with the calvarium cut
- Suitable for education and training purposes
- Highly useful for studying midwives, doctors, nurses, anatomists, and physiologists
- Can be effective for patient education, especially for those experiencing their first pregnancy
- Impressive level of detail includes ossicles, fontanelles, and key calvarial structures
- Life-like bone material and skull structure for effective training purposes
- Designed to be indistinguishable from real fetal skull
- Rare skull design (few fetal skull models have the calvarium cut)
Unique Fetal Skull Reproduction
This Erler-Zimmer Fetal Skull Model is perhaps the only fetal skull in the world to offer users such a high level of realistic detail. The model is designed to be almost indistinguishable from a real fetal skull, enabling effective and realistic training and education. To enhance the realism, it has also been designed with a life-like bone material.
Alternative Fetal Skull Models
This particular model displays a fetal skull at 40 weeks. There are a range of alternative skull-models at different stages of development, and with various features. This includes: