Female Pelvic Charts
It is important for students and laymen to understand their anatomy, beginning at an early age. Medical professionals and students need to have an even more thorough understanding, however. Anatomical charts of the female pelvis are one great way to learn about this structure, and are inexpensive to boot. We find they work best when used in conjunction with anatomical models. Display these charts in your hospital, health classroom, medical training facility, or in specialists’ offices.
Female Pelvic Anatomy Charts
The human pelvis is more vital than you may think! From its home at the base of the spine, between the thighs and abdomen, the pelvis protects the delicate organs of the reproductive system, while simultaneously assisting in bearing the weight of the entire upper body. In women, the pelvic structure is more delicate than in men, but wider to assist in easing the pain of childbirth. The differences between male and female pelvises also impact the angle of their stride.
For those interested in a visual aid for their study of the female pelvis, we recommend the Pelvic Floor Musculature Laminated Chart. This oversized poster includes a huge range of information for studying this vital anatomical structure, including the way these muscles interact with different organ systems. The chart is detailed and offers a modern illustration style which will be at home in any medical facility or waiting area, especially gynecology offices.
We recommend pairing your anatomy chart with a detailed model for hands-on study. A great option is the Female Pelvis Anatomy Model with Ligaments, Muscles, and Organs. Cast from an original human specimen, this German made model’s durable construction and detail offer an exceptional learning and study experience. This is a complete study aid, featuring removable parts, the muscles of the pelvic floor, and female pelvic organs.
Anatomy Warehouse offers the best in anatomical study aids. Our female pelvic collection will be a great addition to your medical facility or gynecology office.