Consisting of atlas, axis, another cervical vertebra, two thoracic vertebrae with inter-vertebral discs and one lumbar vertebra. On stand, removable.
22 cm, Weight 300g approx
Product Code: BL131128
This high quality functional shoulder joint model provides a graphic demonstration of the anatomy and mechanics of the shoulder joint, allowing better doctor-patient or teacher-student understanding of the anatomy of joints. Use this life-size and fully flexible shoulder joint model to demonstrate abduction, anteversion, retroversion, internal/external rotation and much more. Shoulder joint model consists of shoulder blade, collar bone, portion of humerus and joint ligaments. The Functional shoulder joint model is on a stand for easy study of the anatomy of the human shoulder.
This life size three part model represents an original cast of a bony female pelvis with ligaments and shows all the details of the following anatomical structures:
- Two hip bones
- the pubic symphysis
- the sacrum and the coccyx
- the fifth lumbar vertebra with intervertebral disc
In addition to all features of the Classic Spine Series our Deluxe Spine Model has a sacral opening and exposed brain stem for advanced studies of the anatomy of the human spine...
Stand is not included with this spine, please see:
Product code: MSGY1478
Product code: MSAN0144
- Upper half of the sclera with cornea and eye muscle attachments
- Both halves of the choroid with iris and retina
- Vitreous humour
This male pelvis skeleton replica consists of hip bone, sacrum with coccyx and 2 lumbar vertebrae. This high-quality anatomical model is a great addition to any anatomy classroom or doctor's office. This skeleton is great for detailed anatomical study of the male pelvis.
A fully life size vertebral column consisting of the occipital plate, cervical, thoracic and lumbar vertebrae, sacrum, coccyx and complete pelvis. Features include representations of the vertebral arteries, spinal nerve branches and a prolapsed L3-L4 intervertebral disc.
Provide your clients with a graphic demonstration of the effects of correct and incorrect lifting techniques on the spinal column. The figure lifts a weight from one of two positions. If the correct technique is used the spine stays in proper alignment. Using an incorrect technique causes the vertebrae of the spine to become distorted. Comes on base with illustrations of right and wrong lifting on the spine. A great way to make clients more aware of the effects lifting has on their spine.
Product code: MSAG1711