Our collection of anatomical models and charts of the elbow are great for students, educators, and professionals. Anatomy Warehouse provides a comprehensive selection of human elbow models and charts, each displaying the muscle and bone structures of the elbow. These elbow anatomy models and charts are perfect for students who wish to learn more in-depth about the elbow and its bone structure. This selection is also great for displaying in hospitals, offices, and other healthcare institutions. Patient educators will also appreciate the variety of models and charts present. Anatomy Warehouse offers the best in anatomy education, every day.
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Put Some Elbow Grease Into Your Study! Elbow Models and Charts
In truth, the elbow itself is a very simple structure. It is a hinge joint located at the junction of the humerus and the radius and ulna. In spite of this, it is a truly vital part of the body! It’s very likely you’re utilizing your elbow right now. With various muscles and nerves running throughout, the elbow is very important to understand. With Anatomy Warehouse's collection of elbow models and charts, though, study of this area becomes easier.
A popular model option for those studying the joint is the Axis Scientific Functional Elbow Joint Anatomy Model, a life size functional model with an extended manufacturer’s warranty against defects. The model displays all movements of the joint, as well as ligaments. This informative, functional model ships free for many purchasers, too!
Funny enough, the “funny bone” isn’t a bone at all, but the ulnar nerve! Located along the ulna of the lower arm, it is the largest unprotected nerve in the body. To study this and other nerves located in the elbow, the Muscled Elbow Joint is a great option. It is an inexpensive but informative option for students and medical professionals alike.
Anatomy Warehouse caters to a wide range of scientific minds, from medical students to physicians to the simply curious. Chat with our expert support staff today for advice on the perfect elbow joint model for you.