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The Muscular System Enlarged Chart (d) 42x62

$57.99

Purchase giant 5-foot poster depicting anterior and posterior views of human muscles for gyms and doctors’ offices specializ­ing in physical therapy.
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AS-IS: Ideal for class­rooms, better than five feet tall, this 42" x 62" (107 x 157 cm) giant chart, enlarged to twice the size of the stan­dard. One of the most popular anatomy posters of all time is printed on durable tear-resistant 6 mil poly­pro­pylene and has become an inter­national favorite. It has three metal grommets across the top with an option to add three more along the bottom for easy hanging.

Poster sustained edge damage from sliding within shipping tube. It will be stabilized before shipping to customer. Featuring classic illus­tra­tions by Peter Bachin, anterior and posterior views of the human muscular system are clearly labeled. Also illus­trated are the right half of the diap­hragm, muscles of the posterior abdomi­nal wall, and muscles of the right hand and right foot. Purchase this large medical poster for gyms and doctors’ offices special­iz­­ing in rheumato­logy and ortho­pedic surgery. (3) ©2006

AS-IS: Ideal for class­rooms, better than five feet tall, this 42" x 62" (107 x 157 cm) giant chart, enlarged to twice the size of the stan­dard. One of the most popular anatomy posters of all time is printed on durable tear-resistant 6 mil poly­pro­pylene and has become an inter­national favorite. It has three metal grommets across the top with an option to add three more along the bottom for easy hanging.

Poster sustained edge damage from sliding within shipping tube. It will be stabilized before shipping to customer. Featuring classic illus­tra­tions by Peter Bachin, anterior and posterior views of the human muscular system are clearly labeled. Also illus­trated are the right half of the diap­hragm, muscles of the posterior abdomi­nal wall, and muscles of the right hand and right foot. Purchase this large medical poster for gyms and doctors’ offices special­iz­­ing in rheumato­logy and ortho­pedic surgery. (3) ©2006