Exhibits are great to look at, but handling an actual model replica in your hands can have a more lasting impression. Real-life models also allow you to manipulate the anatomy and show the viewer exactly what you want from specific angles. These are helpful for displaying life-size samples of tumors or broken bones. Simulators (or real-life models that also contain textural dynamics of real tissue) can allow you to demonstrate surgical techniques and other tissue manipulation. These are helpful for displaying suturing techniques or tactile sensations when palpating for subcutaneous tumors.
At AMICUS, our models builders can create custom models that are accurate to life-size, or models that are several times bigger than life size. They can also alter generic models that are produced by anatomical chart companies and make the models more specific to your case.
AMICUS also has many resources for locating hard-to-find models, including international connections to British, French, German and Chinese model makers. If you are searching for a model that will help the jury to understand the anatomy of your case, give us a call and we'll send you options that you can choose from.