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Human Anatoimcal Skeleton Models

Human Skeleton Models were developed to bridge the gap between human anatomy and education. Manufacturer 3B Scientific, uses a durable synthetic material that is unbreakable for the casting of the realistic bones. Assembled by hand, the anatomically correct presentation allows for visual and hands-on learning of bones, boney landmarks, and life-like positioning to facilitate medical students, physicians, patients, and educators.

Vitality Medical supplies a variety of anatomy skeleton models, including a fully articulated human body skeleton model for a life-size examination of the head, spine, and limbs. There are also specialized models, called functional skeletons, with bone and muscle tissue to dive deeper into the anatomy of complex regions like the foot and hand.

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Types of Skeleton Models

Human Skeleton and Functional Skeleton Models create a life-like platform for education in a classroom or doctor's office. There are complete anatomical models as well as disjointed options for individual examination of each bone, like the 3B Disarticulated Skeleton Model. Complex skeletons with muscle and paint further demonstrate the muscular relationship with the skeletal system.

Full Skeleton Model

Examples:

  • Max Human Skeleton Model, A11, covers approximately 200 bones with hand-painted models with colors and numbers to integrate the relationship of bony structures to muscle origins.
  • 1/3 Life-Size Muscle Figure, B59, is a miniature full skeleton with muscles and removable parts to reveal internal anatomical structures.
  • Full Skeleton Model with Paint

Foot Skeleton Model

Examples:

Leg Skeleton Model

Example:

  • Leg Skeleton Model, A35R & A35L, has flexible joints to manipulate the knee and ankle joint.
  • 3B Skeleton Leg Model

Arm Skeleton Model

Examples:

  • Arm Skeleton Model A45, A45R & A45L, for right and left arm manipulation. It features wire-mounted bones for slight flexibility at the wrist, fingers, and elbow joints.
  • Arm Skeleton Model A46, A46R & A46L, incorporates the A45 model and extends to the joining scapula and clavicle with a flexible shoulder.
  • Skeleton Arm Model

Hand Skeleton Model

Example:

  • Hand Skeleton Model w/ Muscle, M33, creates a three-part hand skeleton to reference the bones with anatomical detail of the ligaments and tendons. This model is ideal for the detailed study of the structures of carpal tunnel.
  • Hand Skeleton Model Right/Left, A40R & A40L, is a basic hand model with bone articulation in either wire or nylon thread.
  • 3B Skeleton Hand Model

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