Functional Knee Joint Model

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734 0127
Ships from manufacturer. Est. Ship Date Sep. 28, 2020
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Functional Knee Joint Model

This functional knee joint model provides a graphic demonstration of the anatomy and mechanics of the knee joint, allowing better doctor-patient or teacher-student understanding of the anatomy of the knee joint. Use this life-size and fully flexible knee joint to demonstrate abduction, anteversion, retroversion, internal/external rotation, and much more.
The knee joint consists of portion of femur, tibia and portion of fibula; also includes meniscus, patella with quadriceps tendon and joint ligaments, including the ACL and PCL.
This high quality anatomy model of a Functional Knee Joint is delivered on removable stand.

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Brand Name American 3b Scientific
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