Human Skull Chart



This colorful anatomical chart illustrates the human skull in full detail. This  chart is a wonderful depiction of the detailed anatomy of the human skull and allows for multiple views of the human skull.  All bones and anatomical landmarks of the human skull are outlined in full detail including the bones of the inner ear.  The Human Skull Chart is a great addition to any classroom or doctor's office and is the perfect tool for patient education.

This wonderful chart depicting the detailed anatomy of the Human skull is printed on premium glossy (200g) paper.

Convenient Poster size 50x67cm (20x26''). The Human skull chart is a great tool in medical and educational settings alike, whether learning or teaching about the anatomy of the skull.


em No. 4006656 [VR1131UU]
Weight 0.075 kg
Dimensions 50 x 67 cm
Brand 3B Scientific
ISBN 978-3-82-940309-2


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