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3D printed in deep yellow, richly colored nylon plastic with a smooth finish.
Hidden in your nose, 3D sculptural art for office decor. This product may not look impressive to you - but share it with an anatomy/physiology student or professor - and see what the reaction is. The printed model is full-scale 1:1. In this creation we have combined the left and right Palatine bones and the Vomer bone in situ for a totally unique glimpse into our head. What do you give to an egghead in medicine like an otolaryngologistfor a birthday gift? (ENT doctors to us.)
From some of our own teaching experiences we know this section of our skull region is incredibly difficult for neurology and bone people to visualize as an entity; due to the way the face bones are all jammed-up inside a full model skull. So we originally compiled this creation for a college anatomy department professor. The branch of medicine that deals with diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the ear, nose, and throat is Otolaryngology. Also called otorhinolaryngology.