Plastination body joint for plastination exhibition and body worlds plastination displays One side of the whole body joint shows the temporomandibular joint, the sternoclavicular joint, the shoulder joint, retain biceps tendon, the elbow joint, the pronator quadratus, the interosseous membrane of forearm, the hand joint, the hip joint, retain sartorius muscle, the knee joint, the crural interosseous membrane, foot joint. The other side shows the sternocleidomastoid, temporomandibular joint, sternoclavicular joint, intercostal muscle, shoulder joint, biceps brachii, elbow joint, pronator quadratus, forearm interosseous membrane, hand joint, hip joint, retain iliopsoas, sartorius muscle, rectus femoris, knee joint, crural interosseous membrane, foot joint.
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.
Body works plastination for sale provided by China plastination clearly shows 1. 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. Trunk and chest-back show anterior cutaneous branches, lateral cutaneous branch, medial cutaneous branch, superior and middle gluteal nervus cutaneus and muscles, pectoralis major uplift. Abdomen opened, aponeurosis ovalize, shows intersectio tendinea and musculus rectus abdominis.
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.