Axis Scientific crafted this life size model that clearly shows a cross section view through the abdomen at the level of the T12 vertebra. This Axis Scientific model gives greater insight into the stomach, liver, kidney, spleen and the key abdominal structures accessed and visible through this cross-sectional view. The model comes mounted on a secure, attractive white base that measures 15.75"; X 10.25";.
Axis Scientific has carefully designed a line of quality models and products that provide tremendous value for an affordable price. Axis Scientific wants to be your perfect go-to guide for both medical students and educators alike.
Every Axis Scientific model comes with a corresponding full-color product manual, and a 3-year warranty.
Model measures approximately 3.5"; in height and weighs 4.6 lbs.
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Q & A
Q: How big is this model?
A: The model is 3 1/2 inches tall, and it sits on a base that is 15 3/4 X 10 1/4 inches.
Q: Can I remove this model from its base?
A: No, this model is permanently affixed to its base.
Warranty Period: 3 Years
Quality You Can Trust
Virtually unique among anatomical model manufacturers, Axis Scientific does not require you to send back your model for inspection before a replacement or refund is issued. You also will not pay to return a defective product or incur unnecessary additional shipping charges before you get a replacement. Axis Scientific guarantees you will get a replacement under the standard Three Year Warranty.
Medical Education, Patient Consultation, Medical Illustration
This model of abdominal cross section is a good sample for my class. It gives substantial insight of the abdominal structure. It has distinctly viewed the stomach, liver, kidney and other abdominal structure that is best guide for the student lesson.
While this thing might look like a steak that has taken a turn for the worst, its actually a really cool model that has been helpful for students to get a different view of the abdomen. Nice details, students enjoy it a lot.