OSTEOLOGY

All our bone specimens are made with methods enabling us to save their original color and hardness. Our hard osseous specimens are completely disinfected, protein-fixated and degreased. We currently have a large inventory of separate bones, sets of bones, and whole skeletons. Most of specimens are assembled by a way allowing to show natural movement in joints. In the case when the ordered specimens are currently unavailable or out of stock the time for their manufacture is 1.5-2 months.

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General osteology

Code Item description Remarks
  O-1 Periosteum, compact bone, cancellous bone, medullar cavity, articular cartilages and bone marrow of long bone Polymer impregnated longitudinal section
  O-2 Long bone without its organic component The goal of this specimen is to demonstrate the intrinsic properties of the inorganic component of bones (advisable in a pair with O-3)
  O-3 Decalcified bone (chemically treated bone without inorganic components); "Soft bone" specimen This specimen is impregnated with polymer after demineralization. Its goal is to demonstrate the intrinsic properties of the organic component of bones (advisable in a pair with O-4)
  O-4 Growth zones and points of ossification in a long bone of infant Polymer impregnated longitudinal section
  O-5 Sections of long bones For demonstration structure of compact substance
  O/P-1 Healed fractures of long bones
  O/P-2 Healed fractures of ribs  
 



Cranium(skull)

Code Item description Remarks
  OCR-1A Whole Skull with articulated mandible and implanted teeth (>20) Over twenty teeth are implanted
  OCR-1B Whole Skull with articulated mandible and implanted teeth (12-20) From 12 to 20 teeth are implanted
  OCR-1C Whole Skull with articulated mandible and implanted teeth (<12) Less than 12 teeth are implanted
  OCR-2 Whole Skull without mandible  
  OCR-3 Horizontal Skull Section (parietal and basal parts)  
  OCR-4 Frontal Skull Sections (4 parts) This specimen is designed for demonstration of paranasal sinuses. Photo
  OCR-5 Midsagittal Skull Section Left and Right parts can be sold separately
  OCR/CNS Whole skull with removed sections of parietal bones with its dura matter falx cerebri and impregnated cerebral sinuses, with or without mandible Polymer impregnated. Also see CNS
  OCRS-1 Full set of separated Skull Bones  
  OCRS-2 Full set of assembled Skull Bones All bones are composed on a stand accordingly with their natural reciprocal positions in the skull
  OCRS-3 Frontal bone  
  CRS-4 Occipital bone  
  OCRS-5 Parietal bone  
  OCRS-6 Temporal bone  
  OCRS-7 Temporal bone is opened for demonstration of the tympanic cavity and osseous labyrinth Engraving of pyramidal eminence of temporal bone. Photo
  OCRS-8 Sphenoid bone  
  OCRS-9 Zygomatic bone  
  OCRS-10 Maxillary bone  
  OCRS-11A Mandible of 20-40 years old human  
  OCRS-11B Mandible of human over 60 years old  
  OCRS-12 Nasal bone  
  OCRS-13 Lacrimal bone  
  OCRS-14 Ethmoid bone  
  OCRS-15 Palatine bone  
  OCRS-16 Vomer  
  OCRS-17 Hyoid bone
  OCRS-18 Set of ear bones (ossicles: Malleus, Incus, and Stapes)  
  OCRS-19 Teeth Full combined set, not from one individual


Trunk bones

Code Item description Remarks
  OT-1 A vertebral column with a pelvis Assembled specimen
  OT-2 A vertebral column, a sacral bone and a coccyx Assembled specimen
  OT-3 Vertebrae (set Cr1-L5) Separated
  OT-4 Atlas  
  OT-5 Axis  
  OT-6 A typical cervical vertebra One of Cr3-Cr7
  OT-7 A typical thoracic vertebra One of Th3-Th12 without ribs
  OT-8 A typical lumbar vertebra One of L1-L5
  OT-9 Sacrum  
  OT-10 Coccyx
  OT-11 Ribs (full set) Separated
  OT-12 Sternum  


Bones of upper limb

Code Item description Remarks
  OUE-1 Scapula, clavicle and all arm bones Assembled specimen
  OUE-2 Scapula, clavicle and all arm bones Set of separate bones
  OUE-3 Humerus, forearm and hand bones Assembled specimen
  OUE-4 Humerus, forearm and hand bones Set of separate bones
  OUE-5 Bones of hand Assembled specimen
  OUE-6 Bones of hand Set of separate bones
  OUE-7 Scapula
  OUE-8 Clavicle
  OUE-9 Humerus
  OUE-10 Radius
  OUE-11 Ulna
  OUE-12 Carpal bones Set of separate bones
  OUE-13 Metacarpals bones Set of separate bones
  OUE-14 Phalanges of digitals

 

Bones of lower limb

Code Item description Remarks
  OLE-1 Female pelvis Assembled specimen
  OLE-2 Male pelvis Assembled specimen
  OLE-3 Pelvic (coxal) bone, femur, patella, leg and foot bones (full set) Assembled specimen
  OLE-4 Pelvic (coxal) bone, femur, patella, leg and foot bones (full set) Set of separate bones
  OLE-5 Femur, patella, tibia, fibula and bones of distal leg and foot (full set) Assembled specimen
  OLE-6 Femur, patella, tibia, fibula and bones of distal leg and foot (full set) Set of separate bones
  OLE-7 Foot bones Assembled specimen
  OLE-8 Foot bones Set of separate bones
  OLE-9 Pelvic bone of adult
  OLE-10 Pelvic bone of infant
  OLE-11 Femur
  OLE-12 Patella
  OLE-13 Tibia
  OLE-14 Fibula
  OLE-15 Tarsal bones Set of separate bones
  OLE-16 Metatarsal bones Set of separate bones (every bone is signed I, II, III, IV, V)
  OLE-17 Phalanges of digitals Set of separate bones
 



Human skeleton

Code Item description Remarks
  OS-1 Human skeleton Fully assembled, suspended with support stand. Photo
  OS-2 Full set of human bones Set of separate bones
  OS/S Joints of whole human skeleton see also Syndesmology
  OS/MIO Assembled human skeleton with marked spots of muscles attachments see also Miology
  OS/ANGIO Assembled human skeleton with blood-vascular system and marked optimal spots for large arteries pressing (bleeding prevention) Photo