Axis Scientific presents this disarticulated version of our feature-rich anatomical skeleton. Disarticulated skeletons are ideal for study of individual bones, as well as identification practice for students. After all, identifying a femur in the context of a full skeleton is much simpler than on its own! With the exception of the skull, the bones in the Axis Scientific disarticulated skeletons are all separate pieces. This skeleton is complete, including a left hand which is articulated while the right hand is disarticulated, a right foot is disarticulated and the left foot is articulated, as well as the intervertebral discs, hyoid bone, coccyx, and more. The bones are bagged for convenient organization and storage, and the skull is shipped securely wrapped. Students and educators will love the combination of detail and cost offered with this exceptional disarticulated skeleton.
Axis Scientific offers a full range of budget friendly, detailed anatomical models, great for medical students and professionals. Contact our expert support team for advice on this and our other Axis products.
Made by Axis Scientific and backed by a 3 year warranty. Weighs approximately 17 lbs.
|Product Dimensions||36 in. x 15 in. x 15 in.|
|Product Weight||5 lbs.|
|Is the product made-to-order?||No|
Q & A
Q: Are all the bones separate?
A: Yes! With the exception of the three-part skull, all the bones in this disarticulated skeleton are separate, including all vertebral pieces.
Q: Can this skeleton be articulated / assembled?
A: While we believe nothing in this world is impossible, assembling this skeleton is not part of its intended uses and would require advanced skill (and unique hardware not provided with the skeleton). Just like all other disarticulated skeletons available at AnatomyWarehouse.com, this skeleton is intended to be studied in immense, focused detail.
Q: What is the model made of?
A: This model is made of a high-quality PVC plastic.
Q: Who is this model made for?
A: This skeleton is ideal for advanced study of the human skeleton anatomy, because it gives users unrestricted access to all anatomical details. Many university students use this skull in high-level anatomy and physiology courses, and it is a favorite among teachers of all levels. Many forensics experts love this skeleton because of the incredible detail and quality, as well as the challenge it can pose to students who need to learn how to positively identify human remains in any condition.
Q: Are the bones life size?
A: Yes, the bones for this model are life size. If you were to lay all of the bones out and put them in their correct location, in reference to the human body, the skeleton would be life size.
Q: I have lost the skull that came with this bone set. Where can I get a replacement?
A: This skull is actually available for purchase. You can find the skull here: Axis Scientific Skull
Q: Does this model come with a case?
A: While the model is not shipped with a case, the bones are shipped in separate bags, within a large box.
Q: Can I buy these bones separately/individually?
A: Yes, with the exception of the hyoid bone, sternum, and the soft intervertebral disks, all of the bones in this set can be purchased individually. Most of them can be found in our Skeletal Models category, which you can access by clicking here.
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