Degenerative 4 Stage Vertebrae Model is an effective teaching tool providing patient education on disc levels and the degenerative process.
The Degenerative 4 Stage Vertebrae Model reflects the classification of the differences between a bulging disc, variances of herniated discs, protruded and extruded discs, and degenerated or desiccated discs. The Degenerative 4 Stage Vertebrae Model consists of four pairs of vertebrae, each containing an intervertebral disc demonstrating varying pathologies. The Degenerative 4 Stage Vertebrae Model features four life-size, two-piece lumbar vertebrae models in different stages of degeneration.
- The first model represents a normal disc and bone
- Second Facet Syndrome and a bulging herniated disc
- The third bone and disc degeneration and the beginning of bone spurring
- Fourth advanced osteoporosis with marked bone compression and bone spurs
Spine models do not dissect but can be removed for individual inspection and study. Ideal for demonstrating anatomy and degeneration of the spine. This spine set includes a removable patient education card.
Dimensions: 19cm x 26.5cm
Nappi Code: None