An Exhibition of Real Human Bodies - learning from the dead
Real Human Bodies Exhibition
The exhibition is held at the following locations: Click on the desired location or scroll down for more information about the exhibition.
learn from the dead
Until a few years ago, looking at cadavers and researching their anatomical features was an area reserved exclusively for physicians in the dissection rooms of universities.
The discovery of plastination and the presentation of display pieces at public exhibitions now allows the public to gain insight into the human body.
An Exhibition of Real Human Bodies
The Human Bodies Exhibition, with a large scientific collection of anatomical exhibit pieces that are educationally valuable, consisting of human bodies, skeletons, limbs, organs, organ blocks, functional simulators, tactile models, and form castings, medical knowledge is conveyed to visitors interested in the subject.
A special theme is about TUMOR: In addition, different types of tumors and exhibit pieces of tumors are displayed and explained.
Detailed explanations, multimedia presentations, and educational tables related to general and specific topics concerning the human body, in addition to exhibit pieces, serve to convey important knowledge.
Key topics are:
The skeleton and the motor system
The brain and the nervous system The sexual organs
Heart and blood circulation Kidneys and urinary tract
Digestive system Sensory organs
Respiratory tract and lung
In addition, the opportunity is offered to deal in detail with the topics of organ donation, cancer, AIDS, alcohol and nicotine.