Muscle charts

"Thin Man" - Sequential Human Anatomy Program

Explore the human body layer-by-layer by peeling away transparent mylar overlays. Displayed on the rear view of the Thin Man is a full-figure diagram of the skeletal and nervous systems.

Human Muscle Chart

This colorful anatomical chart illustrates the human muscular system in full detail. Every part of the human muscular system is labeled in this detailed anatomy poster. Hang it up in classroom or doctor's office!

Intramuscular Injection Sites Poster

This visual aid was developed specifically for teaching, demonstrating, training, and studying of intramuscular injection site locations.

Muscle Tissue Chart

The muscles of the human body are illustrated in colorful detail on this wall chart.

Sports Injuries Chart

This colorful anatomical chart displays several injuries common to sports. The anatomy of the injuries are shown and useful information is presented on this quality anatomy poster.

The Human Musculature Chart, rear

The anatomy of the human musculature is easy to study with this detailed chart.

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