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Erler-Zimmer spine anatomical models
L1 to L5 and sacrum are flexibly mounted. With spinal cord and emerging spinal nerves. All movements in the lumbar spine area can be demonstrated. With removable stand.
Highest quality natural casting of a human vertebral column with removable pelvis. The model is mounted on a flexible metal spiral hose, which renders the vertebral column robust and ...
Vertebral column with thoracic cage with rear segment of base of the skull, vertebral artery, spinal cord, emerging spinal nerves and mobile thoracic cage. Mounting of the rib cage (thorax) ...
A flexible 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 ...
... size vertebral column consisting of the occipital plate; cervical, thoracic and lumbar vertebrae; sacrum; coccyx; complete pelvis with symphysis; and removable femur heads. The model ...
This model of two lumbar vertebrae in about double life size has the opportunity to demonstrate a lateral intervertebral disc hernia. If the two vertebrae are pressed together, the inner core of the disc ...
This model consists of 4 vertebrae pairs and shows additionally to the normal condition three different pathologies: slight disc damage, prolapse with bone degeneration and advanced bone and disc degeneration. The vertebrae ...
... 3D printed specimen displays a great deal of anatomy spanning the head, neck, thorax, axillae and upper limbs. Detailed anatomical description on request.
This 3D printed specimen of a parasagittally sectioned head and neck demonstrates a range of anatomical features: Lateral aspect of the face: A window has been created to expose the parotid region. The pinna of the ear ...
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