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Autonomic Nervous System Poster - 24" X 36" (Laminated or Photo Paper)

This new Autonomic Nervous System Poster measures 24" X 36". This colorful classic images show the autonomic nervous system in relation to the spine and the internal organs. The nerves are color coded representing the sympathetic, parasympathetic and cerebralspinal system.

Autonomic Nervous System Poster

Autonomic Nervous System Poster - 24" X 36"

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Autonomic Nervous System Poster - 24" X 36"

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Autonomic Nervous System Poster - 24" X 36"

Laminated 1.7mil

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Spinal Degeneration Poster 24" X 36"
Shows the 4 phases of spinal degeneration of the cervical spine. Includes a lebeled normal xray of the cervical spine.


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Subluxations & Spinal Nerves Poster 24" X 36"
The classic images used to create the chart show the 12 cranial nerves of the base of the brain. White background.
The spinal nerves from the anterior of the spine. Inferior and superior subluxations of the Atlas with lateral and posterior views.