The Skeletal System Enlarged Chart 42x62

$62.99

Giant 5-foot poster presents anterior, lateral and posterior views of the human skeletal system.
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Ideal for class­rooms, chiropractic offices or those of orthopedic or rheumatology physicians, better than 5 feet tall, this 42" x 62" (107 x 157 cm) giant chart, enlarged to twice the size of the stan­dard poster, is printed on tear-resistant 6 mil polypro­pylene has become a favorite among Aussies. It has three metal grommets across the top with an option to add three more along the bottom for easy hanging. Purchase this large medical poster for doctors’ offices specializ­ing in rheumato­logy and orthopedic surgery.

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Featuring the classic skeletal illus­tra­tions by Peter Bachin, The Skeletal System shows anterior, lateral and posterior views of the human skeletal system—popular with the Aussies. It also illus­trates portions the of long bone, auditory ossicles, ligaments of the right hand (dorsal and palmar views), ligaments of the right foot (dorsal and plantar view), and the right knee joint (anterior and posterior views) with large legible labels. (1) ©2006

Ideal for class­rooms, chiropractic offices or those of orthopedic or rheumatology physicians, better than 5 feet tall, this 42" x 62" (107 x 157 cm) giant chart, enlarged to twice the size of the stan­dard poster, is printed on tear-resistant 6 mil polypro­pylene has become a favorite among Aussies. It has three metal grommets across the top with an option to add three more along the bottom for easy hanging. Purchase this large medical poster for doctors’ offices specializ­ing in rheumato­logy and orthopedic surgery.

More

Featuring the classic skeletal illus­tra­tions by Peter Bachin, The Skeletal System shows anterior, lateral and posterior views of the human skeletal system—popular with the Aussies. It also illus­trates portions the of long bone, auditory ossicles, ligaments of the right hand (dorsal and palmar views), ligaments of the right foot (dorsal and plantar view), and the right knee joint (anterior and posterior views) with large legible labels. (1) ©2006