Our Academic Series skeletons are characterized by a rigidly-articulated vertebral column which exhibits normal spinal curvatures and intervertebral discs and incorporate all standard Premier features:
100% non-breakable plastic bones repli-cast from those of a select male specimen.
Detachable four-part skull.
Individual extractable/reinsertable teeth ‚"complete with roots ‚"each tooth in its own socket.
Detachable spring-articulated mandible.
Hinged mandibular flap which opens to expose roots of teeth in their sockets.
Detachable calvaria for access to the neuro-cranium.
Detachable arms and legs.
The Soft Body Systems provides exclusive features that contribute to the learning of human torso anatomy. When paired with a skeleton students can really see the relationship of organs to the skeleton, as they assemble and disassemble the Soft Body System and what becomes apparent is the way the organs are packed into the body cavity leaving very little (or potential) space between them.
The starter set includes:
Right and Left lungs
Pancreas and Spleen
Right and left kidneys
The 12-piece set comes complete with an assembly guide and curriculum booklet. These guides provide a 140 number key for the soft organs as well as suggested learning activities:
Skeletal landmarks in relation to placement of organs in the body, relationship of internal organs to one another
Practical anatomical orientation terms like - Deep-Superficial, Cephalic-Caudal, Anterior-Posterior, Medial-Lateral
Height on stand: 76"
Weight: 17 Lbs
Stand weight: 2 lbs
Shipping weight: 28 lbs
Q & A
Q: How are the organs held together?
A: The organs are sewn together and attach to one another with velcro. Each part packs together in a way that allows them to sit neatly in the skeleton without any additional hardware.
Medical Education, Medical Illustration