NEW and exclusively with original 3B Scientific® anatomy models: BONElike™ Human Vertebral Column Model - now enhanced with 3B Smart Anatomy.
Your advantages with all 3B Smart Anatomy models:
Free warranty extension from 3 to 5 years
Free access to 3B Smart Anatomy courses in the award-winning Complete Anatomy
Includes 11 3B Smart Anatomy courses with 23 lectures and 117 different views of interactive virtual models. Also includes 39 quizzes
To unlock these benefits, simply scan the label and register your 3B Smart Anatomy model online. All 3B Smart Anatomy features are completely free of charge for you. Read more about the concept of "Virtual meets Reality" developed by 3B Scientific for you to make learning human anatomy even more effective across all media.
This anatomical replica of the human spine is a flexible, mounted, true-to-life model of the human vertebral column in excellent BONElike™ quality. The spine is an original reproduction of all anatomical details, based on real weight. The spinal column model consists of the male pelvis and occipital bone. Occipital bone and atlas can be detached individually from the spine. This vertebral column is delivered without stand, see A59/8.
Here's what 3B customers are saying about 3B BONElike™: “… a unique reproduction of a bone that cannot be distinguished from a real one. One of my staff members, a world-wide renowned bone specialist, was not able to distinguish the vertebra from a real one. I wish your company much success with your excellent artificial preparations.” -Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Horst Erich König, Director, Institute for Anatomy, University of Veterinary Medicine, Vienna
“… I am convinced that you have developed the best bone ever created by man.” -Prof. Vladimire Ovcharov, MD, DSc, Rector Medical University - Sofia
“Thank you very much for sending a vertebral body model. It was a pleasant surprise for me as a keen anatomist. In the first moment, I actually believed it was real bone! My compliments, the material has excellent tactile feel.” -Yvonne Kammerer, MD Institute of Anatomy, University of Regensburg, Germany