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3B Flexible Skeleton Model - Fred

Fred offers all the advantages of a 3B Scientific® skeleton. Fred's bendy spine can copy almost any human movement too. Once bent, Fred will remain in that position, to show correct and incorrect postures as well as any pathological malalignments. All skull movements can be shown on the head joints. Protruding spinal nerves and vertebral arteries are also shown on this skeleton, as well as a dorsolateral slipped disc between the 3rd and 4th lumbar vertebrae. Now available on a stable metal stand with 5 casters!

3B Functional Physiological Skeleton Model - Frank - Hanging Stand

Designed and developed with the help of John Chester M.D. (consultant at the Feldenkrais Guild N.A.). It features an impressive new assembly of all the joints that enable it to make individual movements that are almost true-to-life. Demonstrate the complex movement sequences of the upper limb. The shoulder blades twist when the arms are raised. Even the position of spoke bones and ulna in relation to each other during internal and external rotation of the forearm can be shown clearly. The flexible spine of this skeleton can make natural movements (lateral bend, movement and stretching, rotation). When the knee joint is stretched and bent, thanks to the flexible assembly, the position of the knee cap can be demonstrated. The hand bones have been assembled on wire to show their natural position. The flexible assembly of the foot bones makes them maneuverable. Even the low level of maneuverability of the sacroiliac joint and the sacrococcygeal symphysis can be demonstrated. Now available on a stable metal hanging stand with 5 casters!

3B Physiological Skeleton Model - Phil - Hanging Stand

Phil is unique! He offers all the advantages of a 3B Scientific® skeleton and features an almost true-to-life reproduction of the joints system. Demonstrate internal and external rotation of the limbs and show how the knee and elbow joints move and stretch. The flexible spine can make natural movements (lateral bend, movement and stretching, rotation). The hand bones of this 3B Scientific® skeleton model have been assembled on wire to show their natural position. The flexible assembly of the foot bones makes them maneuverable. The shoulder blades twist when the arms are raised. Even the low level of maneuverability of the sacroiliac joint and the sacrococcygeal symphysis can be demonstrated. Now available on a stable metal hanging stand with 5 casters!

3B Skeleton Model - Stan

Proven Quality - even more stable! Stan, the standard model of a human skeleton, has been appreciated throughout the world for decades. Thanks to its very high quality and robust construction, it is perfect for use in hospitals, schools, universities and laboratories. So choose Stan, the original among artificial skeletons. Now available on a stable metal stand with 5 casters!

3B Skeleton Model with Ligaments - Leo

Skeleton model Leo offers the advantages of a 3B Scientific® skeleton and also shows the functional and anatomical connections between the bones and the ligaments. Its elastic ligaments on the larger joints (shoulder, elbow, hip and knee) have been incorporated on the right side of the skeleton. Now available on a stable metal stand with 5 casters!

3B Skeleton Model with Muscles and Ligaments - Sam - Hanging Stand

Sam offers all the advantages of a 3B Scientific® skeleton. With Sam, you can also demonstrate the movements of the skull via the head joints, and thanks to the fully flexible spine, you can adjust the model to place it in natural body postures. The unique combination of muscle origins and insertions, the numbered bones, flexible ligaments and flexible spine with a slipped disc between the 3rd and 4th lumbar vertebrae clearly the show medical and anatomical interest of this top model's more than 600 structures. Now available on a stable metal hanging stand with 5 casters!

3B Skeleton Model with Muscles and Ligaments - Sam

Sam offers all the advantages of a 3B Scientific® skeleton. With Sam, you can also demonstrate the movements of the skull via the head joints, and thanks to the fully flexible spine, you can adjust the model to place it in natural body postures. The unique combination of muscle origins and insertions, the numbered bones, flexible ligaments and flexible spine with a slipped disc between the 3rd and 4th lumbar vertebrae clearly the show medical and anatomical interest of this top model's more than 600 structures. Now available on a stable metal stand with 5 casters!

3B Skeleton Model with Painted Muscle Origins and Inserts - Max

Max has all the advantages of a 3B Scientific® skeleton and also shows the structural interaction between the bones and muscles. On the left side of the skeleton over 600 important medical and anatomical structures are shown, such as the muscle origins (red) and insertions (blue) as well as hand-numbered bones, fissures and foramina on the right side. Now available on a stable metal stand with 5 casters!

3B Skeleton Model with Painted Muscle Origins and Inserts - Max - Hanging Stand

Max has all the advantages of a 3B Scientific® skeleton and also shows the structural interaction between the bones and muscles. On the left side of the skeleton over 600 important medical and anatomical structures are shown, such as the muscle origins (red) and insertions (blue) as well as hand-numbered bones, fissures and foramina on the right side. Now available on a stable metal hanging stand with 5 casters!

3B Skeleton Model- Stan - Hanging Stand

Proven Quality - even more stable! Stan, the standard model of a human skeleton, has been appreciated throughout the world for decades. Thanks to its very high quality and robust construction, it is perfect for use in hospitals, schools, universities and laboratories. So choose Stan, the original among artificial skeletons. Now available on a stable metal hanging stand with 5 casters!

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