This unique CT bronchial tree model with larynx was created on the basis of computer tomography data of a human (male, approx. 40 years). What is special about this procedure is that the natural spatial 3D-relations and the reciprocal location of the segmental bronchi can be preserved and demonstrated in a realistic way. The result is a life-like CT bronchial tree and larynx. This model is a unique way to study the anatomy of the human lungs.
The larynx with hyoid bone and epiglottis and the trachea with primary and lobar bronchi are depicted in one color on the bronchial tree model. The larynx is detachable at the level of the second tracheal cartilage and divisible in the median plane. The epiglottis on the bronchial tree and larynx is mounted flexibly.
The various segmental bronchi are made of elastic material and depicted in various transparent colors so that they are easier to distinguish visually.
The transparent lungs are detachable from the bronchial tree and larynx.