Pathology and Anomaly Casts

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Newest pathology additions include items:
PA901
PA013-PA021



Osteoarthritis, Shoulder Girdle
#PA901

Osteoarthritis in the shoulder girdle from a 91 year old female. Set includes clavicle, scapula, and humerus. Individual bones are available as well.

$189.00


Periostitis, Right Tibia
#PA1373

#1980-30-1373 from Stanford Collection, San Diego Museum of Man, illustrates extensive periostitis.

$109.00


Osteoarthritis,
“Occupational Changes?”

#PA981

#1981-30-981, right femur, tibia, fibula and patella from Stanford Collection, San Diego Museum of Man, illustrates severe exostosis, with eburnation in the knee. These elements are from the same individual.

$199.00


 

Individual PA981
Additional Elements, Resin

#PA981a

Additional elements from PA981 (above), including left femur, tibia, fibula, right patellae, left radius and ulna showing classic healed Colles fracture, and left first rib. This individual was a railroad porter, and had syphilis.

$219.00


Healed, Displaced Fracture, Humerus
#PA1048

#1981-30-1048 from the Stanford Collection, San Diego Museum of Man, illustrates significant displacement of humeral neck.

$99.00


Healed, Displaced Fracture, Tibia
#PA1382

#1981-30-1382 from the Stanford Collection, San Diego Museum of Man, illustrates significant displacement of tibia shaft (entire bone is cast).

$99.00


Amputated Humerus
#PA001

Well-healed stump documented 40 weeks from amputation to death, from National Museum of Health and Medicine.

$79.00


Parietal Bones
with Tertiary Syphilis

#PA003

This cast is a good alternative to our full skull syphilis if you are working with a smaller budget. Excellent detail as can be seen at left.

$99.00


Amputated Proximal Tibia
and Fibula

#PA004

Documented 14 months from amputation to death; exhibits tremendous infection. From National Museum of Health and Medicine.

$139.00


Amputated Femoral Shaft
#PA005

Documented six weeks from amputation to re-amputation, exhibits sequestration and callus. From National Museum of Health and Medicine.

$79.00


Cranial Sections
w/ Gunshot Wounds

#PA006

These are from documented individuals from the Civil War, and have known intervals from injury to death of 5 days, 9 days, 20 days, 32 days, 37 days, 51 days, and 10 years. Price includes history of treatment, where known, from the post surgeons. From National Museum of Health and Medicine.

$59.00 each

Cranial sections, entire set (7 pieces).
$369.00

 


Fetal Cranium – Cyclopia
#PA007

This infant had one orbit for both eyes. Cast includes cranium and mandible in excellent condition. From Nation Museum of Health and Medicine.

$98.00


Fetal cranium – Anencephaly
#PA008

Cranium and mandible in excellent condition, from National Museum of Health and Medicine.

$98.00


Microcephalic cranium
#PA009

Small cranium with completely united sagittal suture (scaphocephaly?). No teeth present, but otherwise cranium is in excellent condition. Lower picture places this cranium next to our CS012 Mexican American male cranium for a visual comparison.

$219.00


Sequestrum
#PA010

A sequestrum is a detached or dead piece of bone within an abscess or wound. This sequestrum was removed from the leg of an individual who was shot 6 months earlier during the Civil War. It measures about 6 inches in length. From National Museum of Health and Medicine.

$79.00


Calvarium with trephination
#PA011

This Civil War soldier was shot on September 17, 1862. The doctors performed a trephination on October 11, 1862, and he died the same day. This cast shows the infection on the interior of the calvarium, and shows the smooth edges of the trephination. From the National Museum of Health and Medicine.

$99.00


Femur with shot fracture and infection
#PA012

This individual was injured in a street brawl in which his left femur was severely fractured. The leg became severely infected, and the individual died just under 2 months from the date of injury. The bone is in two pieces and shows extensive effects of infection.

$159.00


Septic Arthritis of the knee
#PA013

This bone shows extensive septic arthritis resulting in a fused femur and tibia. Excellent details from the original are captured in this cast.

$159.00


Tuberculosis in the proximal femur and os coxae
#PA014

This cast shows extensive damage caused by tuberculosis in the hip joint.

$149.00


Tuberculosis in the lower vertebral column
#PA015

This cast shows extensive damage caused by tuberculosis to the lower vertebral column including vertebrae T11-L4

$199.00


Brucellosis in the lower vertebrae
#PA016

This cast shows the damage caused to various vertebrae as a result of brucellosis. Only the most severe vertebral cases were cast including 2 lumbar and 3 thoracic vertebrae.

$179.00


Septic Arthritis of the left hand
#PA017

This cast shows extensive damage caused by septic arthritis, including complete fusion and massive remodeling of the carpal region and proximal metacarpal bones.

$79.00


Segmentation Error in the Lumbar/Sacral Region
#PA018

This cast displays a segmentation error involving at least two lumbar vertebrae and the upper sacrum. Beautiful detail was able to be captured from this original.

$149.00


Excised Humeral Fragments from Civil War Gun Shot Wound
#PA019

This individual was wounded during the Civil War by a conoidal musket ball that shattered the neck and upper portion of the left humerus. The humeral head and accompanying fragment were then removed after which the individual made a remarkable recovery. Detailed documentation of the medical history of this individual will accompany each cast copy which includes a incredible photo displaying his healed injury.

$149.00


Humerus with Civil War Gun Shot Wound
#PA020

This right humerus displays the results of a gun shot wound received during the Civil War. The diaphyseal portion of the humerus was fractured and fragmented. The bone shows no evidence of healing. No other information is available at this time.

$169.00


Cranium with Civil War Gun Shot Wound
#PA021

This cranium derives from the Civil War era. It shows classic entry and exit wounds as well as radiating fractures caused by a gun shot wound. No remodeling of the injured bone has taken place indicating that this was a perimortem injury. The nasal bones are absent and the dentition is incomplete but includes the following: right side-M3, M2, M1, PM2, PM1 and fragmented C; left side- M2(with caries), M1, PM1, C (ectopic eruption) & LI fractured; all other teeth are absent.

$279.00


Approximately 5 Year Old Child, Cribra Orbitalia
#CS015

Cranium and mandible in excellent condition, moderate cribra orbitalia in each orbit.

$229.00


Tuberculosis Cranium in Individual from Alaska
#CS029

This cranium exhibits significant tuberculosis lesions (about 9) around the cranial vault. This cranium is in excellent condition, but only teeth # 3-5 and 13-15 are present with moderate wear. Cranium only.

$279.00


Syphilis Cranium in Individual
from Alaska

#CS030

There are significant syphilis lesions on the frontal and both parietal bones. This cranium is in excellent condition, though teeth # 3-5, 7, 8, 10, and 12-14 are present with moderate wear. Cranium only (check out PA003 for a cranial section with syphilis – it’s in the “Human Pathology and Anomaly” section).

$279.00


Cancerous Lesion from Egypt
#CS032

Approximately the left half of the maxilla from what has been called a cancerous “mouse tumor” by various researchers. Teeth # 2, 6-8 are present, but otherwise the cranium is in excellent condition.

$259.00


Scurvy Cranium
#CS033

This cranium comes from a documented case of scurvy and shows significant lesions on the temporal/sphenoidal regions, as well as in the upper eye orbits, palate and various other regions of the cranium. The left zygomatic arch is missing and the only teeth represented are M1 from both the right and left sides. The cranium also shows exposure damage to the parietals and upper occipital region, but remains a beautiful specimen.

$279.00


 

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