Human body plastination specimen provided by China plastination company for plastination exhibition and medical education. The development of plastination has opened up new vistas for gross anatomy. In particular, it has led to a major expansion in the range of human anatomic specimens available for teaching and its potential value in research is increasingly being appreciated. More recently, it has burst into the public arena through what has become known as ‘Anatomy Art, as depicted in the von Hagens plastination exhibition.
The painter plastination body shows he composing of nervous system of human body.Brain and spinal cord constitute the central system;they are located in the skull cavity and the vertebra canal respectively.12pairs of cranial nerves connecting to brain and 31 pairs of spinal nerves connecting to spinal cord spread all over the whole body and compose a large nervous net,constitute the peripheral nervous system with visceral nerve.
Mediastinal organs and diaphragm plastination shows the thorax with large openings on each side.The lungs are removed to show the organs of mediastinum, with cut of the upper part of the abdominal wall. It also includes the diaphragm.