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COD Library Model Guide: Special Senses

Bony Labyrinth With Three Auditory Ossicles

Bony Labyrinth With Three Auditory Ossicles

Description: 

The delicate structures of the bony structures of the inner ear are all replicated together. The malleus, incus, stapes, and bony labyrinth are detailed, mounted on a plastic base, and enclosed in a Plexiglass dome.

Location:  Main Circulation Desk (SRC, Library, 2nd Floor)

Catalog URL: https://i-share-cod.primo.exlibrisgroup.com/permalink/01CARLI_COD/lt0cpo/alma992372864105827

Number available: 1

Deluxe Eight-Part Ear

Deluxe Eight-Part Ear

Description: 

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Location:  Main Circulation Desk (SRC, Library, 2nd Floor)

Catalog URL: https://i-share-cod.primo.exlibrisgroup.com/permalink/01CARLI_COD/lt0cpo/alma992607114105827

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Cochlea Section Model (Spiral Organ of Corti)

Description:

The model depicts a section through the central spiral of the cochlea and has been enlarged approximately 350 times. It shows the vestibular, cochlear, and tympanic ducts; Corti’s organ with hair cells and tectorial and basilar membranes; and spiral ganglia, nerves, and arteries of the ear.

Location: Main Circulation Desk (SRC, Library, 2nd Floor)

URL:  https://i-share-cod.primo.exlibrisgroup.com/permalink/01CARLI_COD/lt0cpo/alma992455024105827

Number: 2

Ear

Ear

Description: 

This is a one-piece, life-size model showing the outer ear, ear canal, and inner ear mechanisms including ossicles, cochlea, nerve, and eustachian tube.

Location:  Main Circulation Desk (SRC, Library, 2nd Floor)

Number available: 1

Ear (Hubbard)

Ear (Hubbard)

Description: 

This tray-based model of the complete human ear incorporates a removable eardrum, semicircular canals, and cochlea.

Location:  Main Circulation Desk (SRC, Library, 2nd Floor)

Catalog URL: https://i-share-cod.primo.exlibrisgroup.com/permalink/01CARLI_COD/lt0cpo/alma992279954105827

Number available: 2

Eye (Hubbard)

Eye (Hubbard)

Description: 

This three-piece anatomical model clearly illustrates details of the eye with three removable pieces: the body of the eye, the lens and a multi-colored transparent cover which depicts the venation, sclera and cornea. A seperate diagram panel also shows components of the retina.

Location:  Main Circulation Desk (SRC, Library, 2nd Floor)

Catalog URL: https://i-share-cod.primo.exlibrisgroup.com/permalink/01CARLI_COD/lt0cpo/alma992279844105827

Number available: 2

Giant Ear

Giant Ear

Description: 

Enlarged approximately 3 times. Tympanic membrane with malleus, incus and labyrinth with stapes can be removed.

Location:  Main Circulation Desk (SRC, Library, 2nd Floor)

Number available: 2

Giant Eye In Bony Orbit

Giant Eye In Bony Orbit

Description: 

This model is 6 times life-size and dissectible into eight parts. The eyeball sits in its bony socket to provide a better understanding of its relationship with major blood vessels, muscles and nerves. All six muscles of movement can be seen and the upper half of the eyeball with its lacrimal (tear) gland lifts off. Present and extractable are the superior and lateral rectus muscles, the iris and cornea, which can be removed as a unit, the Lucite lens, which actually magnifies and inverts images, and the transparent vitreous body, which exposes the fovea centralis on the retina. The choroid coat, retina, and optic disk can also be seen, as well as a schematic cross section through retinal layers.

Location:  Main Circulation Desk (SRC, Library, 2nd Floor)

Catalog URL: https://i-share-cod.primo.exlibrisgroup.com/permalink/01CARLI_COD/lt0cpo/alma991679544105827

Number available: 2

Giant Eyeball

Giant Eyeball

Description: 

6 times life-size, this replica can be divided into 5 parts and contains has the cornea, through which the iris and pupil are visible, the large lacrimal (tear) gland, attachments for all six muscles that move the eyeball, the optic nerve, and surrounding blood vessels. The eyeball divides in half to study the interior. The iris/cornea can be removed as can the functional lens, which magnifies and forms inverted images. The transparent vitreous body exposes the choroid coat and retina. Rods, cones, and other retinal microstructures are detailed.

Location:  Main Circulation Desk (SRC, Library, 2nd Floor)

Number available: 1

Human Torso With Back Musculature

Human Torso With Back Musculature

Description: 

This muscle torso shows the deep and superficial muscles in great anatomical detail. The following parts can be removed from the muscle torso for detailed studies of human anatomy and muscular system:

  • Skull cap
  • 6-part brain
  • Eyeball with optic nerve
  • Chest/abdominal wall
  • 2-part larynx
  • 2 lungs
  • 2-part heart
  • Diaphragm
  • 2-part stomach
  • Liver with gall bladder
  • Complete intestinal tract with appendix
  • Front half of kidney
  • Half urinary bladder
  • Skeletal muscles
  • Complete intestinal tract with appendix

Location:  Main Circulation Desk (SRC, Library, 2nd Floor)

Catalog URL: https://i-share-cod.primo.exlibrisgroup.com/permalink/01CARLI_COD/lt0cpo/alma992521474105827

Number available: 1

Inner Ear (Labyrinth)

Inner Ear (Labyrinth)

Description: 

This model of the inner ear is enlarged approx. 18 times. The superior semicircular canal and vestibule open showing the saccule and utricle. Cochlea separates along its longitudinal axis.

Location:  Main Circulation Desk (SRC, Library, 2nd Floor)

Number available: 1

Right Eye (Half Eye Model)

Right Eye (Half Eye Model)

Description: 

Oversized normal eye model with cut-away to show inner anatomy, including optic nerve, disc, macula, retina, central retinal artery and vein. Lens and cornea are removable.

Location:  Main Circulation Desk (SRC, Library, 2nd Floor)

Number available: 1

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