Dr. Livingston's Anatomy: Human Left Leg (884 pieces)
1 unité en stock.
In the seventh volume of Dr. Livingston’s Anatomy Jigsaw Puzzles, you will assemble a precise transverse cup of the left leg which will give you a detailed interior view of the buttock muscle after the average phalanx of the toes. By focusing on the skeletal structure, this puzzle shows how the basal, intermediate and distal segments are oriented. See the many joints that allow us to bend and extend our lower limbs to be bipedal. The basin meets the femur, giving way to the patella, the tibia and the fibula for an optimal mixture of rigidity and flexibility. Various delicate, metatarsal and phalanges tarsians allow us to maintain our balance. The veins and the arteries are intertwined, transporting the vital oxygenated blood and eliminating the disoxery blood.