Anatomic modeling can play an important role in defining the stages of human anatomy and disease. Each of us is unique, and so are the diseases and disease states that inflict morphologic changes upon us. We have created physiological models that mimic the clinical experience of physicians using medical devices on patients. Our clinical research, cadaveric testing experience, and input from physicians help us create clinically relevant models and boundary conditions to evaluate device safety. These models can be used to facilitate physician feedback on product usability, to collect imaging, and to verify product design.