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Premier Flexible Spine Model, Thorax, Femur Heads
Premier Flexible Spine Model, Thorax, Femur Heads

Retail Price $357.00
Today's Online Price $324.87
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Product Code: DG-SP64

Perfect for respiratory studies

This full-size natural cast replica of an adult male specimen makes an ideal subject for meaningful study of respiratory mechanics.

Because it is provided with the entire rib cage in addition to flexibly-articulated vertebral column, you can reproduce all the natural movements of the spine and thorax. Additional true-to-life features included are: occipital bone of the skull spinal cord with medulla cervical vertebral arteries paired spinal nerves detachable sacral flap which exposes the branching cauda equina proximal femur segments articulated to duplicate movement at the ball and socket joint of the hip.

Complete with suspension stand.

Average Customer Review: Average Customer Review: 5 of 5 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 1 Write a review.

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
5 of 5 Accurate, compact, comes with a stand. December 18, 2012
Reviewer: Verified Buyer from Philadelphia  
Small adult size, more accurate ribcage than the usual competition from Germany, has a demountable sacrum with a removable dorsum, flexible intervertebral discs, and well-finished surfaces, i.e., not much flash visible. I'm a medical illustrator and I don't do a lot of thoracic subjects, but when I do, my current skeleton, which is still available cheap everywhere, simply doesn't work. For whatever reason, its ribcage is misshapen(How did they manage that?). Ribs just don't curve that way.         This new D-G one doesn't have that problem. I plan to suspend it for storage and access, but it comes with a very solid, well-designed, welded steel floor stand, and stores compactly. It also has the usual yellow rubber spinal cord with peripheral nerves poking out of the vertebral column. Note that this skeletal torso does have proximal femurs, but no shoulder girdle, the scapulae and clavicles. It's still a better and more accurate presentation of the ribcage in particular than can be had without buying either  a natural bone skeleton or something from The High-Priced German Anatomical Model Supplier, either of which would be prohibitively expensive for a one-man operation like mine. For the price, this is the best torso skeleton available.

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