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NEW! Vertebral Simulator - Lumbar Disc Herniation Model
NEW Vertebral Simulator - Lumbar Disc Herniation Model




 
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This model of two lumbar vertebrae in about double life size has the opportunity to demonstrate a lateral intervertebral disc herniation. If the two vertebrae are pressed together, the inner core of the disc will be protruding to the outside, forming a herniation. The protruding disc shows graphically the pressure which affects the spinal nerve. With this helpful tool you can demonstrate fast and easily what happens when a patient suffers from a herniated disc. Because of the enlarged size it is easy to handle and also suitable for group teaching.


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