Disarticulated Vertebral Models
Sometimes, the best way to study the spine is on an individual vertebrae level. Whether you’re looking to expand your understanding of the pivotal atlas vertebrae or the sacrum, Anatomy Warehouse has got you covered. Each of our models is crafted with the customer in mind, from the budget models for basic study to some of the most advanced anatomical models in the world. Many models are available in oversized versions for easy study of this detailed series of bones. Peruse our selection today!
Disarticulated Vertebral Column Models – The Sum of Its Parts
33 vertebrae, three major regions, and a host of muscular attachments and origins – It’s a lot to learn. Many students find that hands-on study is their best manner of study, and disarticulated spine models can help with this. Ranging from simple, budget models of specific regions to very advanced models, Anatomy Warehouse has a perfect model for you.
The individual vertebrae that make up our complex spinal region are fascinating. Each has evolved to sustain the needs of the area it’s located in, from the thick lumbar vertebrae to the thinner, more delicate vertebrae of the cervical region. Studying each area independently is one of the most effective ways to understand how they work together as a whole. Many customers love the uniquely designed Vertebrae Spine Model, a complete set of vertebrae from occiput to coccyx, strung together for easy removal and study. Its stainless steel chain makes it easy to keep all of the vertebrae in one place, reducing the risk of a lost piece.
Because of the nature of these models, we typically recommend that customers accompany disarticulated or sectional models of the spine with a chart. Professionals and students alike love their professional illustrations and high level of detail, and they look beautiful when displayed.
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