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Anatomy Charts

These charts are designed to function as reference material to help increase your knowledge about human anatomy, physiological principles and important pathological conditions. They are laminated, easy to read, and give you the necessary information you need. Laminated with grommets at top corner. Made in USA.

*Non-returnable.

Autonomic Nervous System: This classic chart of shows the pathways of both the parasympathetic and the sympathetic systems. Clearly labeled lines lead from the spinal nerve to the ganglia and the corresponding organ. The spinal cord, spinal nerves and the organs affected are illustrated. A detailed cross section of the human torso and head shows the spinal nerves. All nerves are labeled. 20” x 26”

Carpal Tunnel: This chart explains Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) with easy-to-understand text and beautiful labeled illustrations. 20” x 26”

Illustrations include:

  • the carpal tunnel and surrounding structures
  • cross section of a normal wrist
  • detailed cross section and description of a wrist with carpal tunnel syndrome
  • microscopic views and descriptions of some of the causes of CTS

Also includes symptoms, risk factors, management, and lifestyle changes

Foot and Ankle: Perfect for learning and explaining the major bony features of the foot and ankle. The large central figure shows normal foot and ankle anatomy including bones, muscles and tendons. 20” x 26”

Smaller illustrations show the following details:

  • medial and lateral view of the bones of the foot and ankle
  • frontal view of the bones of the foot and ankle
  • plantar views of the foot
  • cross section of the ankle joint showing extension and flexion

Common injuries and problems are also illustrated and explained:

  • supination and pronation
  • hammertoe
  • bunion
  • sprains
  • fractures
  • fracture fixation.

Hand and Wrist: Perfect for learning and explaining the features seen in the hand and wrist. The large central illustration shows a dorsal and palmar view of the muscle and tendon anatomy of a normal hand and wrist. 20” x 26”

Smaller illustrations show the following details:

  • dorsal view of the bones of the hand and wrist
  • palmar view of the carpal bones
  • extension and flexion of the finger
  • range of movement of the thumb
  • labeled cross-section detail of the wrist

Common injuries and problems are also illustrated and explained: carpal tunnel syndrome, tendon avulsion injuries, and various types of fractures: Colles' fracture, Bennett's fracture, Smith's fracture and Boxer's fracture

Head and Neck: This chart shows a beautifully detailed illustration of the muscles, veins, nerves and arteries of the head and neck. All structures are labeled. 20” x 26”

Smaller illustrations show the following details:

  • bones and deep muscles front view
  • bones and deep muscles back view
  • close up of the atlantoaxial joint
  • deep muscles and sensory nerves in the skull
  • internal carotid and vertebral arteries
  • deep structures of the neck
  • horizontal cross section view
  • median section view

Hip and Knee: This Second Edition is completely updated! The main figure shows basic skeletal and ligament anatomy of the hips and knees. 20” x 26”

Includes the following detailed labeled illustrations of the bones and ligaments of both the hip and knee:

  • lateral view of the hip joint opened
  • anterior view of hip joint
  • posterior view of the hip joint
  • line drawings illustrate movement of the hip: adduction, abduction, extension, and flexion
  • oblique view of the knee
  • anterior view of the knee (patella removed)
  • posterior view of the knee includes popliteus muscle
  • Line drawing figures illustrate flexion and extension movement of the knee joint.

The Lymphatic System: This classic illustration was drawn by medical illustrator Peter Bachin in 1957. Finely detailed and meticulously labeled central illustration shows the human body dissected to reveal the lymphatic system running throughout. 20” x 26”

Smaller Illustrations depict:

  • internal iliac lymph node
  • lymph vessels & lymph nodes of the stomach, pancreas, spleen and biliary tract
  • lymph vessels & lymph nodes of the small intestine
  • lymph vessels & lymph nodes of the inguinal region, pelvis and the posterior wall of the abdomen

The Muscular System: This classic chart was illustrated by Peter Bachin in 1947 and continues to be one of the most easily recognized images in medical illustration. Every illustration is vividly colored and finely detailed. All structures are clearly labeled. The large central illustrations show both anterior and posterior views of the male muscular system. Available in 20” x 26” and giant 42” x 62”

Four smaller illustrations show:

  • the muscles of the right hand
  • the right half of the diaphragm
  • muscles of the posterior abdominal wall
  • muscles of the right foot

Shoulder and Elbow: Illustrates normal shoulder and elbow anatomy. 20” x 26” Laminated with grommets at top corner.

Detailed labeled illustrations of the shoulder as follows:

  • general bone structure and anatomy of the shoulder and elbow
  • detailed view of the socket of the right shoulder joint
  • posterior, lateral, and superior views of the bones of the right shoulder
  • anterior view of the right shoulder with ligaments, bones and major muscles
  • Also illustrates and describes some common injuries of the shoulder:
  • anterior dislocation of humerus
  • rotator cuff tear
  • impingement syndrome
  • acromioclavicular separation

Illustrations of the elbow include:

  • sagittal section (medial view) of the right elbow
  • supination and pronation
  • superior views of extension and flexion of the right elbow
  • Also illustrates and describes common fractures of the elbow and tennis elbow

The Skeletal System: This classic chart was illustrated by Peter Bachin in 1947 and continues to be one of our best sellers. Every illustration is finely detailed and labeled. The chart features 3 large illustrations showing the anterior, lateral, and posterior views of the male skeletal system. 20” x 26”

Eight smaller illustrations show

  • a portion of long bone
  • auditory ossicles
  • ligaments of the right hand (dorsal and palmar views)
  • ligaments of the right foot (dorsal and plantar view)
  • the right knee joint (anterior and posterior views).
  • Comparison of female pelvis to male pelvis is shown by a dotted outline.

The Spinal Nerves: Illustrates the spinal nerves and pathways through the body. The central illustration shows a posterior view of the spinal nerves exiting from the vertebral column and running throughout the body. Important skeletal structures are included. All nerves and their corresponding vertebra are clearly labeled. 20” x 26” Laminated with grommets at top corner.

Also includes:

  • detailed illustration of the cranial nerves
  • diagrams the portion of the thoracic spinal cord with spinal nerves
  • spinal cord segments
  • anterior and posterior cutaneous distribution of spinal nerves
  • dermal segmentation (dermatomes)
  • The stone under the foot illustrates the changes in the nerves of a flexed foot.

Vertebral Column: This comprehensive chart illustrates normal anatomy of the spine. Central illustration shows a right lateral view of the vertebral column with markings to show location of atlas & axis, cervical, thoracic & lumbar vertebrae, and sacrum and coccyx. 20” x 26”

Also includes detailed labeled views of the following bones of the vertebral column:

  • atlas & axis
  • second lumbar vertebra
  • fifth cervical vertebra
  • seventh and eleventh thoracic vertebrae with detail of intervertebral disc
  • sacrum and coccyx.

Whiplash Injuries of the Head and Neck: A useful and informative chart that shows what happens when you experience whiplash. It also defines whiplash in clear concise terminology.

Includes descriptions and labeled illustrations of the head and neck showing:

  • hyperflexion with a close-up view of spinal nerve, disc and vertebra of the affected area
  • hyperextension
  • muscle injury
  • spinal cord injury
  • ligament damage with a close-up view of the spinal ligaments
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