The human body is very composite and multi-faceted; compiled of amazing organs which perform some amazing functions. In order to capture all the components, superior quality anatomical models are used which are carefully built to precise standards of realism. The internal details are represented in vivid color and appropriate dimension. Anatomical models are used to study and analyze the internal and external structure of the human or animal bodies, along with several functions of the body’s system. These life-like models are widely used by medical students, healthcare professionals, surgeons, etc., as they are profited from the realism of the models. The broad array of anatomical models comprise of full-size skeletons, human muscle models, miniature skeletons, brain models, vertebrae, individual bones and joints, skulls, spines, models of teeth, heart and circulatory systems, dissectible human torso models, the human digestive and urinary system, jaw and dentition, pregnancy and birthing models. Usually, anatomy models demonstrate a body’s basic organs and functions whereas the male and female anatomical models aim towards gender-specific factors. Human organs which are based on functions include urinary models, respiratory models, digestive modes, and vascular models.
Anatomical models are specifically of more significance to chiropractors, physiotherapists, and doctors as it becomes easier for them to make their patients understand the course of treatment (operative or post-operative), and therefore gain the trust of the patient. In the past few decades, there has been more demand of medical condition models in the anatomical models market segment. These models display the various stages and effects of several medical conditions of the body, and are of much appropriateness for medical student demonstrations and learning diagnoses, as well as for patient consulting. Medical condition anatomical models display conditions such as osteoporosis on the bones, heart models with congestive heart failure or bypass, colon with numerous pathologies, etc. Anatomical models are also of great importance and demand in the veterinary world. There is a widespread line of veterinary anatomical models, such as canine bone models, canine jaw anatomy models, canine muscle anatomy, canine ear models, joint models, complete animal skeleton model, and much more. The veterinary models are useful for students and veterinarians assisting pet owners understand their pet’s anatomy.