Human Muscle Structure Model

Human Muscle Structure Model

Muscle Anatomy Depicted in Detail, in a Convenient Size. One- quarter life size, and a fraction of the price of full-size models, the Mini Muscular Figure accurately illustrates the structures of all the superficialmuscles of the human body. With numbered Key Card.

On Board Size 50x25cm.

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A human muscle structure model is a physical representation of the structure and function of the human musculature, which includes the muscles and associated connective tissues that allow for movement of the body. These models are typically used in educational or medical settings, such as biology or physical therapy classes, to teach students about the anatomy and physiology of the muscular system.

The model is usually made of synthetic materials, such as plastic or silicone, and may be life-sized or scaled down in size. It typically includes the major muscles of the body, such as those of the limbs, torso, and head, as well as the connective tissues that attach the muscles to bones and other structures. Some models may also include smaller muscles or those that are more difficult to visualize, such as those in the hand or foot.

Muscle structure models can be used to demonstrate the relationship between the different muscle groups and their functions in the body, as well as the interactions between muscles and bones. They may also be used to teach about the effects of exercise or injury on the muscular system, such as muscle strains or tears. Some models may also include a cross-section or cutaway view to show the internal structure of muscles and associated tissues in greater detail.