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      Super Human Skeleton Model "Sam" with Pelvic Roller Stand

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      Super Human Skeleton Model "Sam" - Flexible with Muscles and Ligaments on a Pelvic Mounted Stand

      Sam additionally allows you to demonstrate the movements of the skull and head joints as well as all natural human postures due to the fully flexible vertebral column. The unique combination of flexible vertebral column, muscle origins and insertions, numbered bones, flexible joint ligaments and a disc prolapse between the 3rd and 4th lumbar vertebrae display over 600 structures of medical/anatomical interest in this top human skeleton model. Perfect for in depth study of the human skeleton and more. To sum it up:

      • Over 600 hand-numbered and identified details
      • Hand-painted muscle origins and insertions
      • Flexible joint ligaments
      • Flexible vertebral column
      • Emerging spinal nerves and vertebral arteries
      • Disc prolapse between L3 and L4
      • Excellent price-performance ratio
      • 3-year warranty
      • First-class natural cast “Made in Germany”
      • Manual final assembly
      • Made of durable, unbreakable plastic
      • Almost realistic weight of the approx. 200 bones
      • Life-size
      • 3-part mounted skull
      • Individually inserted teeth
      • Stand and dust cover included

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      Q: When I bought my Sam, I didn't get any instructions for how to fasten him securely to the roller stand and have never been able to use him properly. Since he was so expensive and is a wonderful display, I feel he should securely attach to the stand so I can move him around. Can you send me some instructions, etc.? Thx! Sherry Craig Retzler, 25775 Gray Stone Drive, Madison, AL 35756-3074.
      Created on Sunday, January 26, 2014 by Sherry
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