Human Child 14-month-old
Our 14 to 16-month-old child skeleton demonstrates the unfused epiphyses of the long bones, and the cartilaginous margins of many of the bones at this age of development. The age of this skeleton has been defined by using a combination of measurements and landmarks. The metopic suture is almost completely closed. The atlas is in three parts, and the axis is in four parts. The rest of the cervical, thoracic, and lumbar vertebrae are in two parts (arch and body). The first 3 sacral vertebrae are in 5 parts each. In the foot, the calcaneus, talus, and cuboid are all identifiable by form. The articulated skeleton comes with a custom display stand as shown.
Postcranial Elements and Individual Bones
Human Child Humerus (L or R), 14 to 16-month-old SC-187-61-H
Human Child Right Ribs (12 pcs), 14 to 16-month-old SC-187-33-SET
Human Child Left Ribs (12 pcs), 14 to 16-month-old SC-187-34-SET
Human Child Ribs Set of 24 (L and R), 14 to 16-month-old SC-187-35-SET