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Dermatome Poster 18" X 24" (Laminated or Photo Paper)

Shows the dermatome pattern of the cervical, thoracic, lumbar and sacral nerves. A dermatome is an area of skin that is mainly supplied by a single spinal nerve. There are eight cervical nerves (C1 being an exception with no dermatome), twelve thoracic nerves, five lumbar nerves and five sacral nerves. Each of these nerves relays sensation (including pain) from a particular region of skin to the brain.

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Dermatome Poster 18" X 24" (Laminated or Photo Paper)

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Dermatomes Poster - 18" X 24"

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Dermatomes Poster - 18" X 24"

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Peripheral Nerves Poster 18" X 24"
The poster shows the cutaneous innervation of the peripheral (spinal nerves) nervous system.


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Color Sclerotome/Visceral Pain Referral
Poster 18" X 24"
Contains sclerotome pain referral from C1 to S3. Sclerotogenous pain is reported by patients as deep, ill defined, dull aching, and diffuse. Sclerotogenous pain does not follow dermatomes but does follow a sclerotome pain pattern. The tissues that are included in sclerotogenous pain include: Ligaments, Tendons, Discs, Periosteum and Apophyseal Joints.