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Bone set with very lifelike bones developed for studio use

Bone set with very lifelike bones developed for studio use

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If you are looking for a bone set which at the same time consists of very lifelike bones, is suitable for studio use and is sold at an attractive price, we would highly recommend this.


The bone set is mainly bought by students on the physiotherapist course, the occupational therapist course, the psychomotor course and other similar courses where the anatomy of the musculoskeletal system must be learned.


The bone set has been developed for study use, and the quality of the bone casts is really good. Very precise reproductions of anatomical partial waists are seen on the bones, which is crucial when the origin and attachment of the skeletal muscles must be learned or rehearsed. Despite this, it is in the low price range. It is all delivered in a cardboard box.


NB: In the cardboard box, the bones are packed in normal paper and bag packaging. Many see it as an advantage that the bones are instead stored in an aluminum box with a foam insert (which is shown in the picture on the left).

NB: If you are a medical student, we would instead recommend our German-made bone set, which is used on medical courses.

Anatomical features

Anatomically speaking, the set of bones includes the bones that make up the human skeleton as well as the 32 teeth and rib cartilage. The cardboard box contains the following:



A classic skull where the skull cap ("the top") can be removed and the lower jaw bone ("the mandible") is held in place via a relatively long metal spring, which is attached via screws to the mandible and palatine bone. The mandible can be moved


A combined vertebral column (columna vertebralis) with discs (disci) which are held together via a nylon cord from the 1st cervical vertebra (C1/atlas) to the sacrum (os sacrum) incl. tail bone (os coccygis)


Hyoid bone (os hyoideum), sternum (sternum) incl. cartilage and ribs from the right side


The collarbone (clavicle), shoulder blade (scapula), upper arm bone (humerus), elbow bone (ulna) and coil bone (radius) from the right side


Left hand (manus) assembled via steel wire to maintain the natural position of the bones in relation to each other


The hip bone (os coxae), the thigh bone (femur), the kneecap (patella), the shin bone (tibia) and the calf bone (fibula) from the right side


Left foot (pedis) assembled via steel wire to maintain the natural position of the bones in relation to each other.


The precise reproductions of the anatomical details of the bones means, for example, that the linea aspera with the medial and lateral labium are evident on the back of the femur.



The skull shows the individual bones that make up the braincase and facial skeleton. In addition, the human skull contains many holes and channels containing vessels and nerves. Overall, there are connections between the braincase and the neck, to and from the eye socket, to and from the pterygo-palatine fossa and to and from the nasal cavity.



Many of the most important holes and canals are visible on the skull, but not all.

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Clinical features

Clinically speaking, the bone set is ideal for understanding many diseases, disorders and disorders in the skeleton.

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A safe deal

For 19 years I have been at the head of eAnatomi and sold anatomical models and posters to 'almost' everyone who has anything to do with anatomy in Denmark and abroad. When you shop at eAnatomi, you shop with me and I personally guarantee a safe deal.

Christian Birksø
Owner and founder of eAnatomi ApS

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