About a year ago I had fractured my left elbow. After getting checked at the hospital I asked the nurse if I could get the CT-scans (b&w cross section images). After some search I was able to find a software that allowed me to create a presize 3D model from those images. So I printed my elbow in full size and brought them with me to my first check-up with an orthopedic doctor. He was kinda stoked and started explaining me what part I fractured using the replica. I guess that's a good way to get a doctor's attention. :)
Today I made an additional stand and thought I'd share the set with the community because there might be someone studying or simply interested in this part of human anatomy. For reference, the model is according to real-size and I'm a 1.88m tall.
The bones need to be printed with supports and preferably with a raft. I have added screenshots from Simplify3D as well as from the print bed where you can how to best place them so the parts can be printed securely.