This Axis Scientific Foot and Ankle Joint Section Anatomy Model is a life size cross section of a human right foot/ankle detailing the components in this complex area. Textures of the spongy bone material, directional striations of the muscle, and the smooth lumpy fat areas can be felt over in great detail with this relief model.
This cross section clearly shows the bones, cartilage, muscles, ligaments, vasculature, nerves and dermis presented in one convenient model.
The .5in thick model is permanently mounted on a base for display and would be a great tool for comparative study with other models. Perfect for students, doctors, physical therapists, and more for study and patient explanations.
Made by Axis Scientific and backed by a 3 year warranty.
- .5" relief model with textured details
- Comparative study
- Dimensions: 9.875in x 7.125in x 1.25in
- Weight: .7lbs
- 1 foot and wrist cross section model
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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 Illustration, Medical Education
This is for my class lecture. Accomplishment felt when you see your students’ interest of what you are discussing. This model illustrates the complete and detailed components of complex area of the foot and ankle anatomy. A substantial wall displays in my classroom.
Necessary for every podiatrist's office.