Muscular Anatomy Chart / Poster - Laminated Reviews

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Our striking and detailed muscle anatomy poster is designed for learning the anatomical features of the human muscular system. Ideal for school classrooms and sufficiently detailed for undergraduate degree level study, the large musculature chart is an affordable way to teach, learn or revise anatomy.
Designed by a professional medical illustrator and exclusive to AnatomyStuff, our muscular system chart shows the following anatomical details:

Large anterior and posterior views of the muscles in the human body
Detailed view of the muscles of the hand (palmar view)
Detailed view of the muscles of the foot (plantar view)
Posterior view of the deep back muscles
All muscles are clearly labelled with their latin names.

The muscle chart is 65 x 50 cm, making it sufficiently large for clinic displays. All principle anatomical features are clearly labelled and the lamination allows for annotation with a washable marker pen (not supplied).
This poster of muscles of the body is supplied with 4 eyelets for easy hanging and display. Designed and printed in the UK.
**NEW! This chart is now available in a fine art print format in A1 or A2 size, with framing options available, from £17 + VAT.*

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Patsy Westcott
Very clear, easy to understand Muscular Anatomy poster with break outs showing deep spinal muscles, hands and feet, proved invaluable in preparing for my recent anatomy exam. High quality, the laminated surface means you can highlight muscles and wipe off easily. Five stars. Highly recommended.
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Posted 2 months ago
Sarah Connell
Exactly what was needed in terms of quality and detail
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Posted 1 year ago
Chris Ward
Excellent quality
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Posted 1 year ago
Jez Cawthorne
Excellent detail and quality
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Posted 1 year ago
Physio Associates
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Just what I was looking for, thanks!!!
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Posted 2 years ago
J Morris
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Beautifully illustrated. Pleased with the thickness of the chart and plastic protective finish.
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Posted 2 years ago