Deep dissection of upper limb plastination of human body clearly shows as many superficial vessels, nerves, and muscles as possible
Human body plastination for plastination body worlds and plastination museum displays 1.The eyebrow area is kept for one week, the nose and ears are kept for one week, the lower part of the mandible is kept for one week, and other areas show vascular nerves. The right eyeball shows the orbicularis muscle and the left side shows the internal structure of the ankle joint.
2.The shoulder of trunk keeps the skin for a week, keep the skin from 2cm above the nipples to processus xiphoideus(3rd ribs - 6th ribs), the skin is kept from 2cm above the belly button to the flat iliac crest.
3.The back of the upper limbs remain two section of skin, showing the shoulders and elbow joints. The forearm retains 3 section of skins, showing the wrist joints, one of the skin in the palm, the rest show the vascular nerves. The double upper limbs in a waist-pinch position.
4.The lower extremities thighs retain 2 section of skins, showing hip joints and knee joints. The lower leg retains 3 section of skins, showing the foot joints, the palms retain one section of skin, and the rest show vascular nerves.
5.The testis, epididymis and penis in vitro.
Plastination is a special technique with which people can preserve biological tissue as it is alive. The high-tech solid preservation method has all the advantages of traditional preservation methods and discards their deficiencies, so it overwhelms all the other methods. In this technique, a vacuum physical process is applied, the water and fat in biological tissue are replaced by high-molecular polymers such as silicone rubber, epoxy resin and polyester resin through an impregnation process. The finished animal specimens are non-toxic, odorless, dry, resilient, portable and durable, without the requirement for special maintenance or protection. In addition, they can not only keep the original shape and appearance of the animals(fur, etc.) but also show their interior structure, vividly presenting the various postures of animals as they are alive.