Skin Conditions Models
Anatomy Warehouse offers a wide variety of human skin models and replicas, illustrating various parts and components of the skin. Understanding the various conditions and diseases of the skin are also important for a variety of medical professionals. These models are perfect for students, as well as for patient education purposes. Study this complex layered structure with a great 3D model. They also make great displays in hospitals, offices, and other healthcare institutions. Anatomy Warehouse has the best customer support in the industry. Not sure what you need? Contact our team for help!
Skin Conditions Anatomical Models
Making up approximately 12-15% of an average human’s body weight, the skin is the largest organ of the body. Our skin protects us from many things, including disease and varying temperatures, as well as acting as a water resistant barrier to keep nutrients in and pathogens out. While humans may appear hairless, our skin is covered in tiny hair follicles, allowing for hair growth practically anywhere. Our species’ range of skin types and pigments provides an exceptional habitat for the many helpful bacteria that live on our body and keep us healthy. Skin is fascinating to study, and our collection of models and charts will help you do just that.
It's important to understand both healthy and unhealthy skin when studying its makeup. A great started model is the Skin Normal/Acne Anatomy Model, a budget conscious study aid covering a variety of information. Dermatology students, as well as budding estheticians, will appreciate the ease with which they can see normal skin versus the effects of various types of acne on the skin. The model makes a great visual aid for dermatology offices, too.
For dermatologists and those specializing in cancer education, the Skin Cancer Disk Set Anatomy Model is a portable and informative addition to your educational options. Each disk has a 3-dimensional surface to help demonstrate the skin condition. Back side of disk presents additional lesion information.
Study the skin with anatomical models and charts, available from Anatomy Warehouse. Speak with our expert support team for advice!