Human Male Pelvis Training Model

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Model Number: NH-13427

Brand: Niche Healthcare

Life Size.

This median section model shows the normal position of male genital organs with bladder and rectum in the male pelvis. Made of PVC.

SKU: NH-13427 - VS7578391 Category: Tag:


Categories         Anatomical Model

Subject               Medical Science

Material              Eco-friendly PVC

Application       School/Hospital/Laboratory

Packing               Carton Box

Certificate         CE

Feature               Detailed Anatomy Structures



The male pelvis is a complex bony structure that supports the trunk, houses and protects the pelvic organs, and serves as a point of attachment for various muscles. Here are the key components of the male pelvis:

  1. Pelvic Bones

Ilium: The largest and uppermost part of the hip bone, with a broad, curved surface known as the iliac crest.

Ischium: The lower and back part of the hip bone, forming the base of the pelvis.

Pubis: The front part of the hip bone, where the two pubic bones meet at the pubic symphysis.

Pubic Symphysis: A cartilaginous joint that connects the left and right pubic bones.

  1. Sacrum and Coccyx

Sacrum: A triangular bone formed by the fusion of five sacral vertebrae, located at the base of the spine.

Coccyx: Commonly known as the tailbone, it consists of three to five fused vertebrae below the sacrum.

  1. Joints and Ligaments

Sacroiliac Joints: The joints between the sacrum and the ilium on each side of the pelvis.

Pubic Symphysis: The cartilaginous joint connecting the pubic bones.

Sacrospinous and Sacrotuberous Ligaments: Ligaments that help stabilize the sacroiliac joints.

  1. Muscles

Pelvic Floor Muscles: A group of muscles that support the pelvic organs and control the release of urine and feces. These include:

Levator Ani: A broad, thin muscle group that forms the largest part of the pelvic diaphragm.

Coccygeus: A smaller muscle that forms part of the pelvic diaphragm.

Hip Muscles: Including the gluteal muscles, which attach to the pelvis and are important for movement and stability.

  1. Organs

Bladder: Stores urine before it is expelled from the body.

Prostate Gland: Produces seminal fluid that nourishes and transports sperm.

Seminal Vesicles: Contribute fluid to the semen during ejaculation.

Rectum: The final section of the large intestine, terminating at the anus.



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