Human Spine Disorders Chart Laminated 20x26
This 20" x 26" (51 x 66 cm) medical exam-room anatomy poster with grommets diagrams how one’s posture changes due to the different types of spinal disorders like hyperkyphosis (anterior curvature), scoliosis (lateral curvature), and hyperlordosis, sometimes called hollow-back (excessive lumbar curvature).
Key abbreviations are labeled on a lateral view of the lumbar spine. Also illustrated is arthritis of the hip, herniated discs, fractures of the vertebrae and sacrum, nucleus pulposis surrounded by obliquitous collagen fibrils, and the effects of osteoporosis on bones, including compromised posture and scoliosis. Published by Wolters Kluwer. ©2003
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- Laminated with 2+ corner grommets
- Superior view of typical vertebra and an intervertebral disc
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Time and pressure eventually manifest spinal problems. This poster also explains how other diseases or disorders like bone spurs could cause back pain. It shows tumors on the spinal column, ilium, sacrum and spinal cord. Purchase this popular medical poster for doctors’ offices specializing in orthopedic surgery, rheumatology, and chiropractic adjustments.
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.
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