MD 148

Hand Skeleton with Ligaments and Muscles

The bones, muscles, tendons, ligaments, nerves, arteries, and veins are all featured in this 4 part model of the hand and lower forearm. The dorsal side of the hand shows the extensor muscles as well as portions of the tendons at the wrist as they pass under the extensor retunaculum. The palmar face of the hand is represented in three layers, the first two are removable to allow detailed study of the deeper anatomical layer of the hand. In addition clinically important structures such as the median nerve and superficial palmar arterial arch can be explored in detail in the hand model. The deepest anatomical layer allows for study of the intrinsic muscles and deep palmar arterial arch in addition to other details of the anatomy of the hand.

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HSL Call number: MD 148

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