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skeletons in my closet

Discussion in 'Medical Students - MD' started by mhaddi, Jun 5, 2001.

  1. mhaddi

    mhaddi Junior Member
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    Hello all,
    I am desparate to find a skeleton painted with origins and insertions. Does anyone know a good website to hit for a good deal on used :eek: skeletons?
    Thanks :D
    Monica
     
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  3. Wasabi

    Wasabi Senior Member
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    You might have some luck at Ebay.com. So far I only found one human skeleton, but I don't think it's exactly what you are looking for. :D It's about 90 years old, 5.6 feet tall, and it costs around $500.
     
  4. MS04MEDIC

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    Hey Mhaddi:
    Go to einsteins-emporium.com, they have several.
     
  5. ned

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    Try Moore's Gross Anatomy. They have good pictures of bones with muscle origins and insertions.

    If you want a skeleton, many medical schools allow you to sign one out (sometimes for a small fee). Be careful, though. In some states I've heard it is illegal to have one in your home since a skeleton is technically considered human remains.
     
  6. Kamikaze Dino

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    I guess you're better off getting a plastic one, then.
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