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          Dr. No Anatomical foot skeleton model

          Foot model with ligament apparatus in life size

          SKU: 400305.0
          Package: 1 piece(s)

          Selection: 20 x 20 x 8 cm

          €23.74 inc. VAT*
          €19.95 ex. VAT*

          plus shipping costs »

          Item in stock

          The delivery will take place between the 23.07.2024 and 26.07.2024

          Anatomical foot skeleton model

          This Anatomical Foot Skeleton Model is a particularly accurate replica of the human foot. All bones and ankles are faithfully represented by the foot model - ankle joints, ligaments and even part of the fibula and tibia are memorably reproduced by the model foot.

          Product details

          • Life-size foot model with movable foot
          • With ligament apparatus
          • On base with tripod
          • Movable and flexible
          • Dimensions without base: W 23 x H 22 x D 8 cm

          The parts of the foot model

          This foot model shows not only the exact and correct bone structure, but also the flexible parts that make up an average human foot. These flexible parts on the model foot, the ligamentous apparatus and the ligaments, are faithfully reproduced and behave like real human body parts. The structure of the bones in this model is particularly well recreated and resistant to fracture. The model foot is mounted on a sturdy base, making the foot model handy and easy to transport between different premises, yet steadfast and solid when demonstrating the anatomy of the human foot.

          Specifically, the anatomical foot model is a plus in any educational situation - for instructors, students and trainees alike. Teaching and learning on the model is much more memorable than taking information only from paper. However, demonstration is also a good way to reach the audience outside the classroom. The model skeletal foot can be used to explain and illustrate the diagnosed condition and its treatment to the patient. Ultimately, however, any practice can also be visually enhanced by a good model.

          Scope of delivery

          • 1 Anatomical foot skeleton model