Skin Cancer Model with 5 stages, 8 times magnified
now enhanced with 3B Smart Anatomy
This 3B Scientific Skin Pathology model shows healthy skin and 5 different stages of malignant melanoma on the front and back, enlarged 8 times:
- malignant cells are found at the surface, within the epidermis
- malignant cells fill the epidermis, a few invade the papillary layer
- malignant cells fill the papillary layer
- malignant cells invade the reticular layer
- malignant cells have reached the subcutaneous fatty tissue, satellite cells approach a vein
In the top view of the skin cancer model, the individual stages of externally visible skin changes are shown, allowing for an assessment according to the "ABCDE" criteria.
The sides of the skin cancer model show the various levels of invasion into the skin layers according to Clark (I-V) and the tumor thickness according to Breslow (in mm).
5 original color illustrations on the base of the skin cancer model show various types of malignant melanomas.
The skin cancer model comes mounted on a base.
The skin cancer model is a great tool for illustrating this skin pathology.
Every original 3B Scientific® Anatomy Model gives you direct access to its digital twin on your smartphone, tablet or desktop device.
Enjoy using the exclusive virtual anatomy content with the following features:
- Freely rotate your digital model and zoom in and out
- Display hotspots and their anatomical structures
- Augmented Reality (AR) feature starts your virtual anatomy model
- Anatomy Quiz function to test and improve your anatomical knowledge with instant results and final score evaluation
- Drawing function that allows image customization with save and share function
- Useful Notes function to help you with your personal learning
- Possibility to learn both male and female anatomy
- Easy access to 3D content both online and offline
- Available in 11 languages
To get started, simply scan the QR-code located on your 3B Scientific® Anatomical Model, download the new 3B Smart Anatomy app and step into the virtual world of Human Anatomy. Click here to learn more.