Skin and Common Disorders (d) 20x26

$13.99

FAQ: How bad is damage?
Imperfections vary. Perfect being 10, most damaged (d) products rank 6–8. Slight bends are strengthen­ed by lamina­tion. Some closeouts are undamaged.
As-is 20x26 inch human anatomy poster vividly depicts cross sections of the skin, nail and hair anatomy with 23 illus­tra­tions.
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AS-IS: Popular among derma­tolo­gists, this 20" x 26" (51 x 66 cm) examination-room anatomy poster vividly depicts cross sections of the skin, nail and hair anatomy. It explains the role of the epidermis, dermis and subcu­ta­neous layer. Types of skin condi­tions and lesions described: fissure, ulcer, cyst, macule, papule, wheal, vesicle, pustule, bulla and nodule.

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This chart also shows and describes acne (closed and open comedo), actinic keratosis (solar keratosis), junc­tional nevus (mole), basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, verruca vulgaris (wart), sebor­rheic keratosis, derma­to­fi­broma, and urti­caria (hives). (07) ©2003

  • Includes 23 detailed illus­tra­tions
  • Recommend hygienic satin UV lamination
  • Frames or grommets sold separately

AS-IS: Popular among derma­tolo­gists, this 20" x 26" (51 x 66 cm) examination-room anatomy poster vividly depicts cross sections of the skin, nail and hair anatomy. It explains the role of the epidermis, dermis and subcu­ta­neous layer. Types of skin condi­tions and lesions described: fissure, ulcer, cyst, macule, papule, wheal, vesicle, pustule, bulla and nodule.

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This chart also shows and describes acne (closed and open comedo), actinic keratosis (solar keratosis), junc­tional nevus (mole), basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, verruca vulgaris (wart), sebor­rheic keratosis, derma­to­fi­broma, and urti­caria (hives). (07) ©2003

  • Includes 23 detailed illus­tra­tions
  • Recommend hygienic satin UV lamination
  • Frames or grommets sold separately

Add grommets if necessary