Complete Urinary System Models
Our urinary systems are more than just waste removal! With our collection of complete urinary system anatomical models, students and patients will find a new understanding of this fascinating structure. These models are made of the most high quality materials and built to last through many hands-on study sessions. Many even feature removable parts for even more in-depth understanding. These models are great for specialist’s offices, medical facilities, and classrooms.
From A to Pee - Complete Urinary System Anatomy Models
Did you know that your urinary system regulates more than just waste removal? A healthy urinary system also helps keep blood volume and blood pressure at healthy levels. With an average of 1-2 liters of urine produced daily for an adult, it’s important that the kidneys and other organs of the urinary system operate properly to keep us healthy. When studying the urinary system, a model can be very helpful. Hands-on study of each of the organs, especially at life size, helps students connect with the information on a deeper level, and helps patients understand complex topics. Patients also appreciate the opportunity to visualize their internal structures, and physicians will benefit from this.
One of our favorite urinary system models is the Dual Sex Urinary System Anatomy Model in 6 Parts. This model is truly complete, allowing for both male and female anatomical set-ups. The model clearly displays the kidneys, urinary tract, rectum, and much more, allowing for easy study of the system. It is roughly life size, making it a great tool for educating patients and students about the realistic size and placement of these anatomical structures.
Study of the urinary system is enhanced by the use of an anatomical chart. The Urinary Tract Anatomical Chart is a popular option, including details of the kidneys, urinary tract, and potential routes of infection in the urinary tract. Various conditions of this system are also covered.
Anatomy Warehouse is here to help you grow as a medical student or professional. Contact our excellent support team with questions about these and other anatomical models.