This Axis Scientific model is a life size replica of the lumbrosacral section of the human vertebral column. This lumbar model depicts the bony structures of the vertebrae, spinal nerves, a herniated disc at L4, and the detailed bony structure of the sacrum.
The model comes on a secure white base and it's removeable.
Model weighs 1.5 lbs and measures 11" H x 3" W x 5" L (without base). Model measures 12" H x 5" W x 5" L (including base).
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Q & A
Q: How tall is this model?
A: This lumbar anatomy model is 12 inches tall. It represents an average life-size adult lumbar section.
Q: Can I remove the model from its base?
A: Yes, the model can be removed from its base.
Q: What is included with this model?
A: The model you're viewing comes with a display stand.
Q: Is there a warranty for this product? What happens if I don't like it?
A: Yes, all Axis Scientific anatomy models are supported by a generous 3 year warranty. If you have any problems with it, simply contact us and we will help manage the warranty claim to repair or replace the model. If you simply do not like the model, contact us to request a return under our Return Policy.
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
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