Dead Body Plastination Museums

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plastinated body human in jeddah for plastinated body exhibition in japan clearly shows 1. Whole body joint. Whole body muscle plastinated specimen  The head and neck show the branches of the facial nerve (temporal branches, rami zygomatici,buccal branches, marginal mandibular branch, strong branch), facial transverse artery, superficial temporal artery,  auriculotemporal nerve, occipital artery, greater occipital nerve, facial artery, internal carotid, auricular nerve, lesser occipital nerve, cervical transverse nerve, lingual artery, superior laryngeal artery, superior thyroid artery, external carotid artery, accessory nerve, supraclavicular nerve, superficial branch, transverse cervical artery, external jugular vein, facial vein, superficial temporal vein, retromandibular vein, anterior jugular vein, parotid gland and submandibular gland.
2. The splanchnocoele remains intact and shows the pectoralis major muscle, lateral cutaneous branch of the intercostal nerve, rectus abdominis, intersectio tendinea. 
3. The upper extremity shows the brachial artery, median nerve, ulnar nerve, superior lateral brachial cutaneous nerve, medial brachial cutaneous nerve, medial cutaneous nerve of the forearm, lateral cutaneous nerve of the forearm, superficial branch of radial nerve, palmar branch of the ulnar nerve, superficial palmar arch and its branches, common palmar digital nerves and proper palmar digital nerves.
4, The lower extremities showed 5 branches of the great saphenous veins, femoral nerve, anterior cutaneous branch, lateral femoral cutaneous nerve, anterior femoral cutaneous branch, infrapatellar branch, saphenous nerve, great saphenous vein, superficial peroneal nerve, intermediate dorsal cutaneous nerve of foot, medial cutaneous nerve of the foot, the lateral cutaneous nerve of the foot, the dorsal vein network, inferior cluneal nerves, posterior femoral cutaneous nerve,  tibial nerve, the common peroneal nerve, lateral sural cutaneous nerve, medial sural cutaneous nerve, the sural nerve and small saphenous vein. The testis, epididymis and penis in vitro

Dead Body Plastination Museums

Human liver plastination specimen clearly shows:

1.Right lobe of liver

2.Left lobe of liver

3.Falciform ligament of liver

4.Ligamentum teres hepatis

5.Right coronary lig.

6.Left coronary lig.

7.Caudate lobe

8.Inferior vena cava

9.Hepatic portal v.

10.Proper hepatic a.

11.Gallbladder

liver plastination specimen
 

Dead Body Plastination Museums

Double lungs without heart plastination specimen as medical teaching aids shows:

1.Trachea

2.Apex of right lung

3.Right principal bronchus

4.Left principal bronchus

5.Superior lobe of right lung

6.Horizontal fissure

7.Middle lobe of right lung

8.Oblique fissure

9.Inferior lobe of right lung

10.Apex of left lung

11.Superior lobe of left lung

12.Inferior lobe of left lung

heart and lung plastination specimen