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By Inc. BarCharts

Entire, classified illustrations of joints and ligaments within the human physique.

From pre-teen to pre-med, this chart is loaded with fantastically illustrated diagrams, in actual fact and concisely classified for simple identity.

Illustrations through award-winning clinical illustrator Vincent Perez.

Chart comprises particular diagrams of:
· temperomandibular & hyoid
· temperomandibular joint
· lumbar backbone
· backbone
· sternoclavicular & shoulder
· craniocervical
· pelvis (posterior & improved perspectives)
· elbow (lateral & anterior perspectives)
· wrist & hand (palmar view)
· wrist (dorsal view)
· finger (medial view)
· hip ligaments & hip ligaments opened
· knee ligaments (front & again)
· correct foot (lateral, inferior & medial perspectives)

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