Human Urinary System Model

Human Urinary System Model

Three Dimensional Model can be seen from all angles. Slightly larger than life-size and depicted in brilliant colour, this model of the full urinary system can easily be seen by every student in the class.

The vena cava and abdominal aorta are shown; the right kidney is partially dissected to show the cortex, medulla, pyramids, calyces, pelvis and origin of the renal artery and vein and tubing represents the ureter leading to the two-part bladder resting on the public symphysis. The bladder can be opened to reveal the mucosa, trigone, prostatic portion of the urethra. The three-piece model is mounted on a base with numbered Key Card.

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A human urinary system model is a representation of the human urinary system used for educational or research purposes. The model can be a physical replica, a computer simulation, or a combination of both. Human urinary system models are typically used to teach students about the anatomy and physiology of the urinary system, to demonstrate the effects of urinary system diseases and conditions, or to simulate medical procedures and surgeries.

Physical models of the human urinary system can be made from materials such as plastic, silicone, or rubber, and they can be highly detailed and accurately represent the size, shape, and structure of the human urinary system, including the kidneys, ureters, bladder, and urethra. These models can be dissectible to allow for further examination of the internal structures.

Computer simulations of the human urinary system can be interactive and provide a dynamic learning experience by allowing users to manipulate the virtual model to better understand the different parts of the urinary system and how they work together.

Human urinary system models can be useful tools for medical professionals, students, and anyone who wants to learn more about the anatomy and physiology of the urinary system. They can also be used in medical training and to demonstrate the effects of urinary system diseases and conditions such as kidney stones, urinary incontinence, and bladder cancer.