Understanding Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Chart (d) 20x26
AS-IS: This 20" x 26" (51 x 66 cm) examination-room anatomy poster defines Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) and nerve compression syndrome, illustrating ulnar and median nerves. It shows the Carpal Tunnel and cross sections of a normal wrist and one with CTS.
Causes, risk factors, and symptoms are listed, including rheumatoid arthritis. Understanding Carpal Tunnel Syndrome addresses management techniques and healthy lifestyle changes for rheumatologist patients. ©2000
- With hygienic satin UV lamination
Discontinued: Remaining inventory on discontinued poster titles may be discounted even though without physical damage. We call that a bargain!
Damaged: Get the content of pristine posters with slight surface imperfections. Severely damaged posters are recycled or returned to the manufacturer. A small supply of new poster may have faint spots, nicks or ruffles. More often than not, they appear along the edges and are concealed by framing. We offer them at a cost that covers materials and labor to laminate them in an effort to minimize bends.
Discontinued and damaged products are sold as-is and are non-refundable.
No need to download software. Full-size blue bounding box, rather than actual product is rendered. Currently, size.link supports two platforms:
- iPhone / iPad with iOS 12+
- Android device with ARCore 1.9+ support
General steps to view dimensions in augmented reality, with device variance:
- Click link on compatible mobile device.
- Pan camera back and forth in well lit room until blue bounding box appears.
- With finger, drag blue bounding box into location.
You may return products up to 30 days after receiving your order, unless otherwise stipulated. Face masks and custom products are nonreturnable. Custom products include, but are not limited to, posters with grommets, special-order frames and custom printed materials. Receive a return airbill label via email upon request with your original order number. Items not arriving in resellable condition are subject to a restocking fee.