Looking for an overview of the human torso and its organs without all the bells and whistles of some of the more deluxe torsos? We’ve got you covered. Our basic torso collection includes a variety of budget-conscious torsos that still offer many of the great features of more advanced models, including removable parts such as the stomach, liver, even heart. These are a great addition to high school biology classrooms and undergraduate science studies, and even make great patient education aids and decoration for medical offices and facilities.
Basic Torsos for Anatomical Study
Many of the human body’s primary organs are located in the mid-section of the body, also known as the torso. To facilitate better understanding of this region of the body, anatomical models of the human torso can be utilized easily for hands-on investigation. This promotes a fuller understanding of the body, and is engaging to students and patients on a visual level, as well as a tactile level. Many students find the removal and replacement of the organs assists their understanding of various anatomical features and their placement in the body. For those interested in gaining a more thorough understanding of the human torso, we recommend this basic torso collection, especially those just starting out or looking for a budget friendly option.
Budget Functional Francis is a fan favorite for many years, combining a reasonable price tag with a wealth of anatomical features and options. This dual-sex torso includes a 4 part removable male genital and a 2 part removable female genital with included fetus, also removable. The included bladder cover is gender neutral. Other removable parts include heart, lungs, brain, and eye, plus an exposed vertebral column with several removable vertebrae. The model is wonderful for high school biology classrooms, as well as for patient education.
Anatomy Warehouse offers a full complement of anatomical study aids, from a(xis) to z(ygomatic arch). Contact our expert support staff for advice on these and many other anatomical products.