Male Pelvis (3-part)



This 3-part model is a natural cast of a male, bone pelvis. It shows all anatomical structures in detail: both hip bones, pubic symphisis, sacrum and coccyx as well as the fifth lumbar vertebra with intervertebral disc. A median section has been placed through the fifth lumbar vertebra, the sacrum and the coccyx, so that the pelvis, which is held together by practical magnets, can be split into two halves. This means that part of the cauda equina is also visible in the vertebral canal. The left half of the fifth lumbar vertebra is held together by magnets and can also be removed.


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Item No. 1013026 [H21/1]
Weight 1.34 kg
Dimensions 19 x 28 x 24.5 cm
Brand 3B Scientific



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