• About this item.
  • MINI KNEE MODELS - This product is a set of four knee models, reduced size, illustrating: degenerative joint disease (osteoarthritis); erosion to joint articular cartilage; progression of degenerative joint disease; & osteophytes (bone spurs)..
  • MODEL DETAILS - This product contains a set of models, an informational card, and display base. The size of each model measures 3” x 1-3/4” x 5-1/2”. The size of the card measures 8-1/4” x 6-1/4”. The size of the base measures 10-5/8” x 6-1/4”..
  • WHERE TO USE - The 4-Stage Knee Joint Model is a perfect display for patient education in a doctor's office or a healthcare facility. It can also be used as a teacher's accessory for classroom demonstrations. Use this in place of an anatomy poster..
  • VISUALLY INFORMATIVE - Our anatomical models aid in effective patient education. The tactile & descriptive nature helps patients better understand their conditions & treatment plans. This can significantly raise the level of patient compliance..
  • EDUCATION FIRST - Our main focus is on prioritizing customer education. We offer interactive models that provide attention to detail with distinct colors. Whether you need a model of the heart, skull, or other skeleton bones, we've got you covered..
  • Imported from USA.
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Knee Joint Model Set | Human Body Anatomy Replica Set of 4-Stage Osteoarthritis Knee Joint for Doctors Office Educational Tool | GPI Anatomicals

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