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The human skeleton consists of more than 200 bones - how many exactly depends on the individual. Usually, between 206 and 214 are quoted. Generally, the skeleton is subdivided into skull, torso, upper extremity, lower extremity and accessory bones.
The life-sized skeleton by HeineScientific provides a 1:1 representation of human bone structure. Additional features include the moveable spinal column and the flexible disks, the removable extremities as well as the skull which may be dissected into 3 parts. For flexibility of use and ease of transport, the skeleton is attached to a tilt-resistant base fitted with castors.
Spinal column with disks and a prolaps of one
All anatomical details are faithfully represented.
The extremities are removable, as well as the 3-part skull.
The skeleton is attached to a tilt-resistant mobile stand.