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Spine and Pelvis

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    Vertebra bifida

    Columna vertebral , Superior vertebral end plate, Inferior vertebral end plate, Intervertebral foramen, Spinous process, Transverse process, Intervertebral disk space, Superior articular process, Inferior articular process, body, spinous, process, transverse, bifid, spine, 3d, model, .stl, printable, printing, embodi, ribs, 

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    Pelvis and sacrum

    Full size, segmented pelvis and sacrum, young adult female. 

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    DISKS for Segmented lumbar spine

    .STL files for the intervertebral disks of the segmented lumbar spine L1/2 through l5/s1.  Lumbar spine and iliac bones are separate downloads

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    lumbar spine and sacrum

    Segmented lumbar spine and sacrum, young adult.  This includes L1 through L5 vertebral bodies and the sacrum .STL files for the intervertebral disks and pelvis are available as a separate download.  

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    cervical disks for segmented cervical spine

    Intervertebral disks for segmented cervical spine 3D print

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    cervical spine segmented

    Individually segmented vertebra for cervical spine, C1 through C7.  Cervical disks are available as a separate file.  Clear silicone sealant works well to assemble print.
     
    Anterior arch of the atlas,  Base of the skull,  Odontoid process,  Posterior arch of the atlas, Mandible, Spinous process,  Body of the axis,  Anterior superior margin of the vertebra,  Transverse process,  Anterior inferior margin of the vertebra,  Superior articular facet,  Inferior articular facet,  Superior vertebral end plate,  Inferior vertebral end plate,  Intervertebral facet joint,  Intervertebral disk space,  Lamina,  Articular pillar,  Spinous process

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    Pelvis and spine with osteophytes

    Female pelvis and spine with massive osteophytes. CT scan, 0,6mm slides. Sketchfab
     
    anatomy, spine, pelvis, osteophytes, disc hernia, spondiloartrhosis, disc, ribs, hip, head, femur, stl, 3d, model, printable

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    UpperAbdomen5 - stl file processed

    UpperAbdomen5 - stl file processed
    3dmodel , stl, bone, pelvis, 3dmodel

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    UpperAbdomen5 - stl file processed

    UpperAbdomen5 - stl file processed
    bone, stl, 3dmodel, chest, ribs, stl,

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    Acetabular fracture of the pelvis

    Acetabular fracture of the pelvis. CT scan, 2mm slides. Pelvix set, Osirix dicom library.
    link to sketchfab: Acetabular fracture of the pelvis

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    Lumbar spine compression fracture with severe arthritis STL file

    This high quality STL file of the lumbar spine is confirmed 3D printable. It was taken from a patient with a chronic L2 lumbar spine compression fracture. The abnormal L2 vertebral body has caused severe degenerative change at the L2-3 level, with obliteration of the L2-3 intervertebral disk and severe osteophyte formation. The fracture and collapse of the L2-3 disk causes subluxation of the facet joints at this level, and narrowing of the L2 neural foramen. It is clearly illustrated how degenerative, arthritic change can result in nerve pinching at the neural foramen. This model can be used for scientific and medical education, and shows what compression fractures and degenerative spine disease look like. Also, the model is useful for teaching spinal interventions, such as lumbar punctures, epidural steroid injections, selective nerve root blocks, vertebroplasty, and kyphoplasty. 
     
    The file is in STL file format. 21.6 MB
    221181 vertices, 442558 polygons
    Confirmed printable on Formlabs Form 2 with white resin. 

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    Total spine, cervical, thoracic, and lumbar

    This is a 3D printable STL model of the entire spinal column, including cervical, thoracic, and lumbar regions derived from a CT scan.
    STS_003. This model was created using the democratiz3D service.

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    Female Pelvis

    This is a 3D printable STL model of the pelvis of a woman derived from a CT scan.
    STS_003. This model was created using the democratiz3D service.

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    Thoracic spine with kyphosis (hunchback deformity)

    This 3D printable STL model of the thoracic spine shows notable kyphosis (hunchback deformity) and was derived from a CT scan.
    STS_002. This model was created using the democratiz3D service.

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    lumbar vertebrae

    This is a 3D model of lumbar vertebrae ready for print., spine, bone, stl, 3dmodel, print, column, 

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    • By Andrew Forsberg · Posted
      Nice file. What is the scaling factor to create a accurately sized adult heart?
    • By Dawnmferguson · Posted
      Excellent model! I ended up printing it on a less than awesome Dremel 3D printer, then made a silicone mold off of it so I could make wax crayons. I split the mesh in Fusion 360 so I could make a 2 part mold, but ended up only pouring into each side. Still great!!
    • By jvonachen · Posted
      It looks great in the pictures but I did not bother printing it because it would have generated a ton of support material which I try to minimize.  I was looking more for just a single seamless skull with minimal support.  Perhaps one in two parts and hollow.  I'll keep looking.
    • By shadowwynd · Posted
      Good model; prints in one piece (no moving joints or removable parts).  Needed it for an art project.
    • By yf2233 · Posted
      Really nice heart model, you can see the veins. Part of the model broke when I was removing support material. This was printed along with other 3D anatomy files form this site on our Stratasys printer in the lab  Thank you!!
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