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Shoulder Joint Life Size Anatomical Skeleton Model

This anatomically correct life-size shoulder joint with ligaments will add great value to the biology and science departments of any school or university. Get it now!

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This life-size model of the human shoulder joint is a priceless addition to any anatomy or physiology class. Medical professionals, especially those specializing in sports injuries, will find this life-size shoulder joint model a great help in explaining injuries to patients as well as a help in their own endeavours. The goal of the shoulder design is to assist students in understanding the construction and morphology of the joint. The moveable elements of the model demonstrates the functions and major movements of the shoulder joints. The model's exterior accurately displays its anatomical structure. The ligaments are made of flexible material for a realistic presentation.

The specifics

  • Life Size Shoulder Joint Anatomical Model Skeleton
  • Anatomically correct
  • Life-size
  • Moveable parts
  • Visual teaching aid
  • Stand included
  • Dimensions: 18 x 18 x 24cm
  • 12 Month Warranty

Reference ID: AGT038

Shipping Details

  • Please allow 7-14 business days for delivery
  • Note: No delivery to PO Box addresses or Parcel Lockers (please provide residential or business address at checkout)
  • We ship across Australia including major cities like: Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Brisbane, Adelaide, Canberra, Newcastle and the Gold Coast
  • At it is our top priority to provide customers with a secure and enjoyable shopping experience. If there are any problems with your purchase please do not hesitate to contact us and our friendly Customer Support Team will assist you promptly.
  • This product includes a 12 month warranty
  • Note: A photo of the issue must be supplied along with any warranty claims, please email with the photo/s attached and a detailed desciption of the problem so we can determine the best way forward.

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