Deep dissection of upper limb plastination of human body clearly shows as many superficial vessels, nerves, and muscles as possible
Brainstem silicone plastination specimen is applied in anatomy education without formalin, display the insular lobe, caudate nucleus, internal capsule, optic nerve, optic chiasma, cerebral peduncle, trochlear nerve, oculomotor nerve, trigeminal nerve, ponsoblongata, abduct nerve, facial nerve, nervus statoacusticus, glossopharyngeal nerve, vagus nerve, accessory nerve, hypoglossal nerve, pineal gland, cerebellum, etc.
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.