This lifelike canine Ulna display the natural bone structures in detail and are ideal for the anatomical training and for demonstration purposes.
The learning of the various bone points and joint structures plays an important role in veterinary medicine and can be as interesting as it is overwhelming. With our artificial bones we make anatomical learning more manual and memorable.
This solid bone displays the anatomical structures of a canine Ulna in true detail, from the Olecranon to the Caput ulnae. It is therefore ideally suited as an anatomical learning object, for demonstration purposes or as a totem for the next anatomy exam.
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