Female pelvic model
This pelvic model shows the anatomical structures of the pelvis of an adult female in sagittal section. Thanks to the multitude of anatomical structures represented, the female pelvic model is suitable for use in gynaecology, as well as urology.
Thanks to its clear representation, the pelvic model is suitable for biology lessons, as well as for explaining diseases, operations or anatomical characteristics to patients.
This female pelvic model is just as popular in the gynaecology practice as it is among midwives. In order to better highlight the various anatomical structures, the female pelvic model has been coloured accordingly.
Represents the Following Pelvic Structures:
- Abdominal wall musculature
- Pubic symphysis
- External female sex organs
- Uterus with myometrium and endometrium
- Fallopian tube
- Fornix of vagina
- Douglas’s space
- Rectum with sphincter muscle
- Spinal column segment with coccyx
- Blood vessels