Plastinated body in surgery for Plastinated body world displays 1. The head is divided into two parts, above upper jaw goes upwards
2. The chest and abdomen are divided into three sections, and the chest, abdomen and basin are separated separately.
3. The upper extremity shows the radial artery, median nerve, ulnar nerve, superior lateral brachial cutaneous nerve, cephalic vein, basilic vein, median vein of elbow, median vein of forearm, dorsal venous network of hand, medial brachial cutaneous nerve, medial antebrachial cutaneous nerve, lateral antebrachial cutaneous nerve, superficial branch of the radial nerve, palmar branch of ulnar nerve, palmar arch and its branches, common palmar digital nerves, 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
Digestive system plastination anatomy
1.General arrangement of the digestive system——The whole digestive tract,including the digestive tube and digestive glands.
2.Liver, pancreas, spleen, stomach duodenum and kidneys——In situ, dissected to show the relevant organs and position relationship.
3.Liver, pancreas, spleen, stomach and duodenum——In situ, dissected to show the relevant organs and position relationship.
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.