Human Shoulder Joint Plastinated Anatomical Specimens

Shoulder joint is the most flexible joint in human body. Shoulder joint basically all directions can move, the range of motion is also relatively large, so shoulder joint in clinical is the most vulnerable to trauma, more common is periarthritis of shoulder. Holding a position for a long time, or repeating a movement for a long time, can cause shoulder joint disease. Therefore, it is necessary for medical students to understand and get familiar with the anatomy of shoulder joint.

Human Shoulder Joint Plastinated Anatomical Specimens

Human shoulder joint plastinated specimens are mainly used in medical anatomy teaching and laboratory research. The anatomical specimens of human organs provided by Meiwo use plastination process, which are dry, non-toxic, easy to preserve, anatomically accurate, and clearly shows: clavicle, shoulder   blade, humerus,  acromion, acromioclavicular joint, articular capsule, spina scapulae, coracoclavicular ligament, coracoa cromial ligament, coracohumeral ligament, long head of biceps brachii, coracoid process. It can effectively improve the learning efficiency of medical students and save teaching resources.