Human Plastinated Specimens Make Medical Education Not Boring

We know that traditional medical education is boring, complicated, difficult to understand, and difficult to express, but how to solve these problems? The answer is to study human plastinated specimens.
Plastination technology uses polyester to replace the water and fat in the specimen tissue to make the specimens more intact. Studying 
plastinated specimens
 can narrow the gap between theory and reality and make teaching easier.
Playing Basketball Human Plastinization
Look, this is 
the playing basketball human plastination
 provided by Meiwo Science. Specimen show the head and neck, chest and abdomen, upper limbs, lower limbs, retaining muscle, nerves, blood vessels, bones and other tissues.
Playing Basketball Human Plastinization
The playing basketball human plastination combines human specimens with art to make people more intimate. It is convenient for medical students to study.