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3D Thoracic Spine Bone

by Anas Kassis, MD
3D Thoracic Spine Bone
3D Thoracic Spine Bone
3D Thoracic Spine Bone
3D Thoracic Spine Bone
3D Thoracic Spine Bone
3D Thoracic Spine Bone
3D Thoracic Spine Bone

Product Details

  • Collection of Product
  • 3D Printable
  • Included Formats c4d, obj
  • Published At 2019-08-27 20:01:18

Description

3D Thoracic Bone Model Sculpted in Zbrush The model is ready for 3d print Available file type c4d and obj, if you want another extension just ask 3D Thoracic Bone Model rendered inside c4d using octane render Texture included: 3D_Thoracic_Bone_AO.jpg 4096*4096 3D_Thoracic_Bone_Color.jpg 4096*4096 3D_Thoracic_Bone_Height.jpg 4096*4096 3D_Thoracic_Bone_Normal.jpg 4096*4096 3D_Thoracic_Bone_Roughness.jpg 4096*4096 " In vertebrates, thoracic vertebrae compose the middle segment of the vertebral column, between the cervical vertebrae and the lumbar vertebrae. In humans, there are twelve thoracic vertebrae and they are intermediate in size between the cervical and lumbar vertebrae; they increase in size going towards the lumbar vertebrae, with the lower ones being a lot larger than the upper. They are distinguished by the presence of facets on the sides of the bodies for articulation with the heads of the ribs, as well as facets on the transverse processes of all, except the eleventh and twelfth, for articulation with the tubercles of the ribs. By convention, the human thoracic vertebrae are numbered T1–T12, with the first one (T1) located closest to the skull and the others going down the spine toward the lumbar region.

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