Human anatomy models range from basic skeletal structure to intricate models that include bones, muscles, organs and skin, from desktop renditions to full human-sized displays; depending on the type of model, a model is set up by following the model instructions or using an online modeling diagram resource such as the ones available from HomeTrainingTools.com. Even a basic nine-inch skeleton may feature more than 40 different parts, including all of the major bones in the human skeleton. Accurate setup is accomplished using the included step-by-step illustrated instructions.
Human anatomy models are generally obtained in a set and include the setup stand and detailed setup instructions. Setting up an anatomy model varies greatly due to the large variety of models available. Often, anatomical models will be color-coded or labeled to assist with setup. In addition to models and kits, the website HomeTrainingTools.com features anatomy book charts and dissection resources to lay out the anatomical model in a layered, consistent fashion.
Due to the complexity of anatomy models, instructions are desirable during the model's proper setup. If the model instructions are not available, LearningResources.com has a link on each human anatomy model to assist with setup. Users can visit the website, click on the specific model and select Product Instructions from the tab on the bottom of the page.