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perfectly educated with synbone medical education models

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Skull models for Craniomaxillofacial and Neuro education SYNBONE is one of the world‘s leading hightech companies developing a wide variety of artificial realistic anatomical workshop models for hands-on training, especially for Craniomaxillofacial (CMF) and Neuro surgery education. As details make the difference SYNBONE developed an anatomically more realistic Skull product portfolio which performs a much broader spectrum of applications while reducing the production costs at the same time. Frontal sinus Maxillary sinuses Nasal septum Orbita with optic canal, superior and inferior orbital...

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HIGHLIGHTS Having a closer look into this anatomically more realistic Skull the following details make the difference: The frontal red coloured sinus has been created for more realistic endoscopic training. Followed by the maxillary sinuses with a self-contained hollow including cover plate. The nasal septum is included as well. The orbita including eye canal and both fissures has also been put into practise. If the Skull is turned upside down the different foramen for covering the superior aspects become obvious. While evaluating methods used were Especially for the neurosurgery the brain...

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«We work hard to ensure our customers are satisfied with our products and remain long-term partners with SYNBONE.» SYNBONE AG in numbers Founded 1988 Head Office Malans, Switzerland Production Facility Malans, Switzerland and Johor Bahru, Malaysia, Southeast Asia Production Area 4200 m² Products 1000 different products Raw Material 22 ton Polyurethane Distribution Worldwide in 51 countries Sales Over 300‘000 products per year Customers Implant manufacturers, hospitals, educational organizations and Universities. Innovation from SYNBONE: Heinz Hügli explains the concept of the new skull...

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