This plaster sculpture represents the arterial distribution of head's and neck's arteries, branches of the subclavian and external carotid arteries. It was made in the second half of the nineteenth and belongs to Pedro González de Velasco's collection, of Madrid. It comes from the Department of Human Anatomy and Embryology of the University of Granada.


  • Title: Plaster sculpture Plaster sculpture
  • Location Created: Madrid
  • Type: Anatomical model, Anatomical model
  • Medium: Plaster

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