Digestive Models

3B 3B MICROanatomy™ Liver

This 2-part 3B MICROanatomy™ Liver model shows a highly magnified diagrammatic view of a section of the liver.

3B Digestive System, 2 part

Life-size digestive system model that demonstrates the entire digestive system in graphic relief.

3B Digestive System, 3 part

Life-size human digestive system model that demonstrates the entire digestive system in graphic relief.

3B Diseases of the Esophagus

This vivid esophagus model designed to educate patients and students is a life-size frontal section that reaches from the lower part of the esophagus to the upper part of the stomach

3B Gallstone Model

This graphic gallstone model for patient education shows the anatomy of the biliary system and its surroundings in half natural size

3B Gastric Band Model

The model was developed based on our existing two-part stomach model to which was added an SAGB Quick Close® gastric band.

3B Hemorrhoid Model

A vivid hemorrhoid model designed to educate patients and students about hemorrhoids.

3B Intestinal diseases

This model shows the usual benign and malignant changes in the colon and rectum

3B Kidneys with Rear Organs of the Upper Abdomen - 3 Part

This high quality Kidney model with rear organs of the upper abdomen model combines kidney models K22/1 and K22/2 depicting the anatomy of the human urinary system and digestive system.

3B Liver with Gall Bladder

This realistic model shows the anatomy of the liver and gall bladder

3B Liver with Gall Bladder, Pancreas and Duodenum

This excellent liver with gall bladder relief model shows the liver

3B MICROanatomy™ Digestive System - 20-times magnified

The 3B MICROanatomy™ Digestive System model illustrates the structure of the fine tissues of four characteristic sections of the digestive system

3B MICROanatomy™ Tongue

The latest model in our 3B MICROanatomy™ series, the tongue, is fascinating in that it combines various enlargements of specific parts of the tongue in one model

3B Rear organs of the upper abdomen

The upper abdomen organ model shows the duodenum (partially opened), gall bladder (opened) and bile ducts (opened), the pancreas (revealing large ducts), the spleen and the surrounding vessels in natural size.

3B Stomach with Ulcers

This 3B Scientific® stomach pathology model demonstrates various stages of gastritis from a light gastric ulcer to a perforation

3B Stomach, 2 part

The stomach model shows the different and individual layers of the stomach wall

3B Stomach, 3 part

The stomach model shows the different and individual layers of the stomach wall.

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