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Altay Human Eye Model

Item # 566945A
Altay Human Eye Model is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 2.
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Altay®. 6× life size. Vitreous humor, lens, and iris are removable. A section of the surface is dissected to show vascular distribution to choroid and retina; extrinsic eye muscles are well represented. The interior view features forea centralis, optic nerve, and ciliary muscles. On stand with base. Size (without stand), 18 × 17 × 15 cm.

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$120.95

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Altay®. 6× life size. Vitreous humor, lens, and iris are removable. A section of the surface is dissected to show vascular distribution to choroid and retina; extrinsic eye muscles are well represented. The interior view features forea centralis, optic nerve, and ciliary muscles. On stand with base. Size (without stand), 18 × 17 × 15 cm.

 

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Rated 3 out of 5 by from Model accurate, but poor quality The model is accurate and shows the structures necessary for a college level Anatomy and Physiology course. However, after only 2 semesters of use (2 lab sections of 18 students per semester), rather than being level, the eye is now angled at about 30 degrees and continuing to droop further. I have made 2 attempts to contact the manufacturer and have received no reply.
Date published: 2016-03-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from good but some flaws This eye model is large and clearly detailed. The cost is really low, but now I almost regret not going with the more expensive models. They were really good when we first received them, but the cornea and internal magnets are poorly designed. The cornea is attached to the sclera with small plastic pegs that are super easy to break (and now they all are broken), so the corneas have to sit in with the iris when stored. Within a few months some of the magnets that hold the top half to the bottom have started to come loose. I've tried to fix both problems with super glue, but with little success. However, I think they should still be good models for at least the next few years.
Date published: 2013-11-22
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