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Axis Scientific Miniature Vertebral Column

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A-105162
UPC:
616316879256
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  • Axis Scientific Miniature Vertebral Column
  • Axis Scientific Miniature Vertebral Column
  • Axis Scientific Miniature Vertebral Column
  • Axis Scientific Miniature Vertebral Column
  • Axis Scientific Miniature Vertebral Column
  • Axis Scientific Miniature Vertebral Column
  • Axis Scientific Miniature Vertebral Column
  • Axis Scientific Miniature Vertebral Column
  • Axis Scientific Miniature Vertebral Column
  • Axis Scientific Miniature Vertebral Column
  • Axis Scientific Miniature Vertebral Column
Retail Price $56.99
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Description

This is an exceptional miniature vertebral column by Axis Scientific. It includes a herniated disc between L3 and L4 and easily detachable femur heads. The bones are held on with elastic cord that can hold positions when attached. This is also a flexible spine with spinal nerves, vertebrae, and intervertebral discs. With these attractive features and its miniature size, it allows for easy classroom and patient demonstrations. Comes with a white base and hanging stand that the model may be easily removed from. There is a hook at the top of the model that enables the spine to be rotated, providing a full 360 view.

Measures 20 inches tall with stand, length of spine is 16 inches alone. Weighs under 2 lbs.

Made by Axis Scientific and backed by a 3 year warranty.

Q & A

Q: Does this item come in a full size version?
A: Yes, we do carry a spine that is similar to this item and is full size. The item is the Axis Scientific Premium Flexible Vertebral Column.

Q: How big is this item compared to a life size spine?
A: The life size spine is 29 inches, this model is 16 inches. This model is great for desktops.

Q: What is the red ball that seems to be on the spine?
A: The "red ball" that you are seeing is actually a herniated disc. It is found between
L3 and L4.

Q: Do you have a miniature model, that does not include the femur heads?
A: At this time, this miniature model only comes with the femur heads but you are able to detach them from the model.

Q: What is this model made of?
A: This spine is made of a high-quality PVC plastic. The stand is made of metal and plastic.

Q: Is this model flexible?
A: Yes, this spine is flexible. It demonstrates flexion and extension very well.

Q: Does this model come with a warranty?
A: Yes, all Axis Scientific models come with a 1-year warranty.

Q: Are the bony landmarks visible on this model?
A: Yes, the bony landmarks will be present on the model.

Q: Is there any numbering or labeling on the model?
A: No, this model is not numbered.

Q: Does this model come with a female or male pelvis?
A: This model includes a male pelvis.

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Warranty Information

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.

Click here to learn more about the Axis Scientific Warranty and to Register your product for coverage under warranty.

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2 Reviews

  • 5
    Eye Catcher

    Posted by Ashanti B on May 26th 2017

    We use this on our tables when we go to networking events and when we don't have a lot of room. New patients seem to really like them and they interact with them while we are talking about our serices.

  • 5
    Gift

    Posted by Connie on Apr 10th 2017

    I bought this as a gift for the chiropractor that I work for. I was intending it to be just a ornament for his Christmas tree, but he loved it so much that he displays it in the office now. It is impressive how much detail they were able to squeeze into such a small model

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