Canine Radius with distal transverse fracture
This lifelike canine Radius with distal transverse fracture is ideal for the training of oseosythesis techniques and for demonstration purposes.
Performing stable osteosythesis and reconstructions in bones requires profound manual skills and can be as fascinating as challenging. With our artificial bones we make the manual training of osteosynthesis more lifelike and practical.
This realistic bone displays the anatomical structures of a canine radius in true detail, from the Caput radii to the Incisura ulnaris. With its distal transverse fracture it is ideally suited for the training of different osteosynthesis techniques on the canine radius.
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