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Nervous and Vascular System

Nervous and Vascular System Anatomy Models

With anatomy models, students can get a new perspective on complex materials. The nervous and vascular systems especially can be challenging to study, but with our collection of anatomy models and charts, medical students and professionals can find the right study aid for them. These models also make great patient education materials. Learn all about the nerve pathways, blood vessels, and much more with our variety of products.

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Study with Nervous and Vascular System Anatomy Models

The human circulatory system is a fascinating structure, circulating blood and lymph around the body to transport nutrients, oxygen, carbon dioxide, hormones, and more. Our nervous system, however, transports impulses and signals, making it something of a circulatory system itself! Our collection of models spans both systems and is inclusive of a variety of topics.

Studying the nervous system in full is fascinating. With the Half Life-Size Nervous System Anatomy Model, students can get a great full picture at once. The beautifully displayed educational aid allows students and patients to visualize the entire nervous system and brain at once, as well as their relationship. The model is accompanied by an extended manufacturer’s warranty covering defects due to workmanship, and ships free on qualifying orders.

We also love the Vascular Arm Anatomy Model Life Size for study of the vascular system. This excellent model shows a slightly flexed arm with its brachial, radial, and ulnar arties exposed. Mounted on a stand, this model is a graphic and gorgeous study aid for those interested in the vascular system.

Anatomy Warehouse is here to help you study for your big final, educate your patients, or just nurture an interest in anatomy and biology. Contact our support team for help.