Ever Wonder What The Inside Of A Human Ear Looks Like?
The Human Ear Anatomy Model 1.5 Times Life Size provides an in-depth look in the internal structure of the ear along with its location and relationships with the external ear, middle ear, inner ear, and balance organ. Made from high-quality PVC, this model is a perfect choice for educational institutes and medical practitioners alike.
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✔️ Meticulously Crafted Down To Every Detail
The Human Ear Anatomy Model accurately visualizes the ear and its interior in 3 dimensions making it an ideal choice for clinicians and educational instructors alike.
✔️ Ideal For A Variety Of Use Cases
Whether you use it for educational purposes or simply just to fill up that empty bookshelf, this anatomical model is perfect for anyone in the education or medical field.
✔️ Durable and Easy To Clean
This 1.5x scale model is made out of high-quality PVC plastic that is both durable and incredibly easy to clean.
Size And Measurement Chart:
- 1 x Human Ear Anatomy Model 1.5 Times Life-Size
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Perfect module for my ear clinic really big and visible details, arrived faster than I expected in very secured bubble wrap packaging. Thank you
Very cool design module i use it to study with very affordable and nice big size,
thank you very much..the item is exactly what I need... very good item... exactly what I want for my job as a doctor...
The goods are intact. Good to show and explain to patients at the reception.