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Human Skeleton Model "Stan"
Human Skeleton Model "Stan"

Human Skeleton Model "Stan", on pelvic mounted 5 foot roller stand

This classic human skeleton model (we call him Stan) has been the standard anatomical skeleton model of quality in hospitals, schools, universities, and laboratories for over 50 years. Don't settle for imitation anatomical skeleton models which compromise quality in workmanship and materials. Don't compromise in your demands for a medically accurate and safe human skeleton model, ask for Stan, he's your man!

Human Skeleton Model "Stan", on hanging 5 foot roller stand

This classic human skeleton model (we call him Stan) has been the standard anatomical skeleton model of quality in hospitals, schools, universities, and laboratories for over 50 years. Don't settle for imitations which compromise quality in workmanship and materials. Don't compromise in your demands for a medically accurate, safe skeleton model,and scientific quality ask for Stan, he's your man! This version of Stan The Skeleton comes on a hanging stand to allow easy demonstration of spine movement. The human skeleton model can be simply unhooked from the stand for detailed hands on examination.

Standard Skeleton Stan, on 4-feet roller stand and brake

This classic model (we call him Stan) has been the standard of quality in hospitals, schools, universities, and laboratories for over 50 years. Don't settle for imitations which compromise quality in workmanship and materials. One of the best models of the human skeleton, Stan's the man!

 
Muscle Skeleton Model "Max"
Muscle Skeleton Model "Max"

Muscle Skeleton Model "Max", on 5 feet roller stand

The human muscle skeleton model has all the high quality of any skeleton but additionally offers representations of the structural interaction between bones and muscles. This model of a human skeleton depicts over 600 structures of medical/anatomical significance including muscle origins (red) and insertions (blue) on the left side as well as hand numbered bones, fissures and foramina on the right side. An amazing high quality replica of the human skeleton.

Human Muscle Skeleton Model "Max", on hanging 5 foot roller stand

Max the muscle skeleton model contains all standard benefits of a skeleton but additionally offers representations of the structural interaction between bones and muscles. This human skeleton model depicts over 600 structures of medical/anatomical significance including muscle origins (red) and insertions (blue) on the left side as well as hand numbered bones, fissures and foramina on the right side. An amazing replica of the human skeleton and the muscle origins and insertions.

 
Human Ligament Skeleton "Leo"
Human Ligament Skeleton "Leo"

Human Ligament Skeleton "Leo", on 5 foot roller stand

In addition to the standard benefits of a skeleton model, Leo provides representations of the structural interaction between bones and ligaments. This human skeleton model's elastic ligaments on the major appendicular joints (shoulder, elbow, hip and knee) are mounted on the right side. An amazing replica of the human skeleton.

 
Super Human Skeleton Model "Sam"
Super Human Skeleton Model "Sam"

Super Human Skeleton Model "Sam" - Flexible with Muscles and Ligaments on a Pelvic Mounted Stand
Super Human Skeleton Model "Sam" - Flexible with Muscles and Ligaments on a Hanging Stand

This top-of-the-line version contains all the benefits you have come to expect in our high-quality standard skeletons. "Sam" the super skeleton additionally allows you to demonstrate the movements of the skull and head joints as well as all natural human postures due to the fully flexible vertebral column. The unique combination of flexible vertebral column, muscle origins and insertions, numbered bones, flexible joint ligaments and a disc prolapse between the 3rd and 4th lumbar vertebrae display over 600 structures of medical/anatomical interest in this top human skeletal model. Perfect for in depth study of the human skeleton and more.

 
Flexible Human Skeleton Model "Fred"
Flexible Human Skeleton Model "Fred"

Flexible Human Skeleton Model "Fred", flexible, feet and hand wire mounted
Flexible Human Skeleton Model "Fred", flexible, foot and hand loosely mounted

Introducing Fred the flexible skeleton model. Fred's spine can bend to mimic any natural human movement. Once flexed, this human skeleton model will remain fixed in position to demonstrate correct and incorrect posture or various pathological conditions. In addition, all skull and neck movements can be demonstrated. Spinal nerve exits and vertebral arteries are shown as is a dorso-lateral disc prolapse between the 3rd and 4th lumbar vertebrae.

 
Physiological Human Skeleton
Physiological Human Skeleton

Physiological Human Skeleton, flexible, on hanging roller stand

This scientific grade human skeleton model is unique in its near lifelike realization of the joint mechanisms. The physiological human skeleton model allows you to demonstrate the inward and outward rotation of the arms and legs and the extension and flexion of the knee and elbow joints. The flexible spine allows for natural movement (lateral inclination, movement and extension, rotation). The bones of the hands are mounted on wire to demonstrate their natural positions. The foot bones of this human skeleton are mounted flexibly to enable movability. Even the restricted mobility of the iliosacral joint and the sacrococcygeal joint can be demonstrated.

 
Mini Human Skeleton with painted muscles
Mini Human Skeleton with painted muscles

Mini Human Skeleton - Shorty - with painted muscles

Top of the range mini human skeleton. Skillful engineers using powerful hardware and software optimized the process of reproducing miniatures in order to keep all anatomical details and structures even at half natural size (80 cm).

The skull can be removed and disassembled into three parts (skullcap, base of skull, mandible). The arms and legs are removable. The hip joints are specially mounted so their natural rotation can be demonstrated. The portrayal of the muscle origins (red) and insertions (blue) on the left half. The muscles are numbered. This mini skeleton can be taken off of the base when required.

This mini human skeleton delivers all the anatomical detail you want and need in half the size!

 
Disarticulated Half Human Skeleton
Disarticulated Half Human Skeleton

Disarticulated Half Human Skeleton, wire mounted hand and foot

This replica of a disarticulated half human skeleton is complete with mounted skull, sternum, hyoid, and spinal column. Hand and foot on wire for demonstration of natural human movement. This disarticulated skeleton is great for study of the anatomy of the human skeleton and any scientific anatomy studies. The disarticulated half skeleton comes in a sturdy partitioned cardboard storage box. The half human skeleton is a high quality model with realistic anatomic detail.

 
Disarticulated Full Human Skeleton
Disarticulated Full Human Skeleton

Disarticulated Full Human Skeleton, painted muscles, with 3 part skull

This disarticulated skeleton is hand-painted and numbered to show muscle origins in red and muscle insertions in blue on the left side. The disarticulated skeleton's bones and bony structures such as fissures, foramina and processes are hand-numbered on the right side. The skull is detachable into 3 parts for detailed anatomical study.

The muscle disarticulated full skeleton features:
- One hand and foot on wire
- One set of arms and leg loosely
- Multilingual product manual to identify over 600 numbered anatomical structures
- Supplied in a sturdy partitioned cardboard storage box

This high quality skeleton replica is great for any in depth study of the human skeleton and scientific anatomy studies. Add the disarticulated full muscle skeleton to your classroom or doctors office!

 
Foot and Leg Skeleton
Foot and Leg Skeleton

Foot Skeleton with bone names, left, right
The foot skeleton is wire mounted with the bone names in English painted directly onto the skeleton. The anatomy model is only slightly flexible through toe bones. The high quality model is a realistic replica of the human foot.

Loose Foot Skeleton, left, right
This foot skeleton very loosely threaded on nylon string making it extremely flexible. The anatomy of the bones of the human foot is easy to study with this high quality model.

Foot Skeleton, left, right
This foot skeleton is great for detailed anatomical study. The foot skeleton is wire mounted for realistic anatomical detail. The high quality model is slightly flexible through toes.

Loose Foot and Ankle Skeleton, left, right
This loose foot and ankle skeleton comes mounted with elastic bungy for a flexible effect. The foot skeleton includes portions of the tibia and fibula. Flexible throughout for a more realistic anatomy model of the human foot.

Foot and Ankle Skeleton, left, right
This foot and ankle skeleton is wire mounted for a flexible effect. The skeleton includes lower most portions of the tibia and fibula. The anatomy model is slightly flexible through the toes and the ankle is naturally flexible. The anatomy model of the human foot is high quality and realistic.

Leg Skeleton, left, right
This realistic anatomical replica of the human leg skeleton is wire mounted. The leg skeleton is slightly flexible through toes and ankle joint. For increased realism not only the leg skeleton part is flexible, but also is the knee joint.

Leg skeleton with hip bone, left, right
This realistic anatomical replica of the human leg skeleton is wire mounted. The leg skeleton model is slightly flexible through toes and ankle joint. For increased realism the knee joint is also flexible.

 


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