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Physician Assistant Studies Resource Guide

This guide will introduce essential resources for PA Studies students and faculty.

Models by Body Region

Skeleton

Human Skeleton Model (200 parts) (170 cm + stable metal stand with 5 caster wheels)

Human Bone Structure (26 x 19 x 16 cm)

Skeletal muscle fiber model (25 x 23 x 33cm)

Skull

Foetal (Fetal) Skull, 30th week of pregnancy (1 piece) (12 x 8 x 8cm)

3B Scientific Skull Kit (22 parts)

Human Skull (3 parts) (20 x 19 x 11cm)

Standard premier skull (3 parts + 1 hinged flap) 16 x 21 x 13cm)

Skull and hyoid bone (4 parts) (Box 1-1)

Ear Labyrinth model: bony and membranous inner ear (18 x 26 x 24cm, on stand with base)

Arm

Muscled arm (6 parts) (68 x 18 x 18cm)

Right arm (clavicle, scapula, humerus, radius, and ulna) (5 parts) (Box 5-1)

Left arm (clavicle, humerus, radius, and ulna) (5 parts) (Box 5-2)

 

Leg

Muscled leg (9 parts) (77 x 26 x 26cm)

Muscles of the human leg (23 parts) (110 x 28 x 29cm)

Right leg (femur, patella, tibia, and fibula) (4 parts) (Box 6-1)

Left leg (femur, patella, tibia, fibula) (4 parts) (Box 6-2)

 

Hand/Foot

Right hand and foot (2 parts) (Box 7-1)

Left hand and foot (2 parts) Box 7-2)

Upper and lower extremity bones (8 parts)

Ribs + Sternum

Sternum and ribs (25 parts) (Box 3-1)

 

Vertebral column + Spinal cord

Cervical vertebrae (7 parts) (Box 2-1)

Thoracic vertebrae (12 parts) (Box 2-2)

Lumbar vertebrae (5 parts) (Box 2-3)

Hip + Pelvis

Sacrum, coccyx, and pelvic bones (3 parts) (Box 4-1)

Skeleton box numbers

Skeleton Parts
Box Number
Skull and Hyoid Bone

Box 1-1

Cervical Vertebrae

Box 2-1

Thoracic Vertebrae Box 2-2
Lumbar Vertebrae Box 2-3
Ribs and Sternum Box 3-1
Sacrum and Coccyx Box 4-1
Arm, Right Box 5-1
Arm, Left Box 5-2
Leg, Right Box 6-1
Leg, Left Box 6-2
Hand and Foot, Right Box 7-1
Hand and Foot, Left Box 7-2
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