Gynaecology charts

Birth Control Chart

This high quality colorful anatomical chart presents information about common birth control methods, from natural birth control to surgical methods.

Female Urinary Incontinence Chart

This high quality, colorful anatomical chart details female urinary incontinence.

How to Perform Breast Self Examination (BSE) Chart

With helpful photographs and clear text, this useful chart illustrates each step of breast self-examination. Explains basic procedures for vertical/grid, circular, and wedge patterns and includes recommendations on when and where to perform BSE.

The Female Breast Chart - Anatomy, Pathology and Self-Examination

This colorful anatomical chart covers the anatomy, pathology, and self-examination of the human female breast.

The Female Genital Organs Chart

This colorful anatomical chart details the anatomy of the female genital organs. The important anatomical structures are pictured and labeled.

The Female Pelvic Organs Chart

The anatomically graphic and colorful chart illustrates the female genital organs. Its easy to teach and learn the anatomy of these important organs with this anatomical poster.

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An anatomically accurate adult male torso, used to teach and practise the palpation, auscultation and percussion elements of abdominal or gastrointestinal (GI) examination. Ideal for OSCE preparation and assessment
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