Erler-Zimmer Anatomical Skeleton Foot Model With Tibia and Fibula
Enhance anatomical and medical studies with the Erler-Zimmer Anatomical Skeleton Foot Model With Tibia and Fibula, a detailed and highly accurate skeleton foot model. This model has also been designed for flexibility, with wire-mounted bones that can be used to demonstrate the natural movements of the foot. The model features all twenty-six bones of the foot, as well as the lower portion of the tibia and fibula.
- 1 x Skeleton Foot Model With Tibia and Fibula
What Is the Purpose Of This Foot Anatomy Model?
The Erler-Zimmer Foot Model With Tibia and Fibula is a detailed skeleton model made using a natural casting of a foot. This anatomical model has been designed for educational purposes, and use in medical, healthcare, and anatomical fields. This skeletal model provides a visual aid to enhance textbook study, as well as offering an interactive tool for students to develop a comprehensive understanding of the anatomy of the foot.
For those who work in podiatry or orthopaedics, this model can also be a handy patient-education tool.
Who Can Benefit From Use Of This Skeleton Foot Model?
This anatomical model is ideal for use a visual study aid that can help to develop an in-depth knowledge of bone placement and natural movement in the foot. Those who are likely to benefit from use of the foot model are medical students and those who are studying anatomy, including:
- Orthopaedic doctors
- Doctors and Nurses
- General Practitioners
Can This Anatomy Model Be Used To Demonstrate Movement?
This foot model has been wire-mounted to enable some movement, allowing for demonstrations of the natural movements of the foot. This enables in-depth study of both the structure and regular motions of human feet.
Which Features Can I Identify On This Anatomy Model?
The Erler-Zimmer foot anatomy model has been designed to be detailed and anatomically accurate, allowing observation and study of specific bones found in the foot. This includes:
- Talus: a bone on top of the foot that forms a joint with the tibia and fibula
- Calcaneus: the largest bone of the foot, found beneath the talus
- Tarsals: the bones that form the arch of the foot, including the cuboid, navicular and medial, intermediate and lateral cuneiforms
- Metatarsals: five bones that make up the forefoot
- Phalanges: fourteen bones that together make up the structure of the toes
- Sesamoids: two small bones found beneath the head of the first metatarsal in the ball of the foot
- Part Of the Fibula and Tibia: the two bones in the lower leg that connect the foot and stabilise the ankle joint
Key Features and Benefits
- Natural-cast foot skeleton model with a tibia and fibula
- Visual and interactive medical or anatomy study aid, and patient education tool
- Life-size scale
- Anatomically accurate and detailed design for in-depth study
- Features the tarsals, metatarsal bones, phalanges, talus, calcaneus, and sesamoids for detailed view of anatomical structure
- Wire-mounted construction enables demonstrations of natural movement
- Durable design for prolonged usage
Alternative Anatomy Models
There is also an Erler-Zimmer Skeleton Foot Model available, which has a similar design but without the tibia and fibula included.