Spina Bifida Occulta


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Here, you’ll find the anatomical model of a fetus with spina bifida occulta. DASH crafted this highly realistic 3D-printed model by segmenting MRI imagery to create an anatomically accurate reference. With this model, you’ll get an up-close look at the structure of the spine and better understand the effects that this condition can have on an unborn baby

Used as a learning tool for medical professionals and students alike, its 3D-printed construction provides a detailed, life-like representation of the fetus and the spina bifida occulta condition. DASH prints these models with top-of-the-line equipment to ensure quality and accuracy. This model is highly durable, making it suitable for use in medical classrooms, clinics, and doctor’s offices. It’s also lightweight, making it easy to move around and transport.

This anatomical model is an invaluable tool for understanding spina bifida occulta. It can help medical professionals diagnose and treat patients more effectively. It also gives students a better understanding of the anatomy of the spine and the effects of the defect. The incredibly realistic representation of this condition provides a great learning experience for anyone studying or working in the medical field.


Spina bifida occulta is a congenital defect in which the neural tube does not form properly. Our 3D-printed anatomical models of spina bifida were designed to assist surgeons at Orlando Health with patient education and surgical planning. Now, these unique models are available to help physicians and students across the country learn about this rare disorder and help educate patients about the condition when discussing potential treatment options. You can read more about our work with Orlando Health in our case study here.

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Dimensions 8.2 × 14.9 × 12.3 cm