Parasitic, Viral or Bacterial Infection charts

Bacteria Chart

This oversized chart shows several strains of bacteria in a petri dish view.

Flu (Influenza) Chart

This colorful anatomical chart presents information about the Flu or inlfuenza.

HIV and AIDS Chart

This anatomical poster presents important information about HIV and AIDS, one of the deadliest diseases facing humanity today. The spread of the disease is discussed in this poster along with symptoms.

Intestinal Parasites I Chart

Intestinal parasites in humans can come from multiple sources and infect multiple hosts.

Intestinal Parasites II Chart

There are many different parasites that come very varied sources.

Pneumonia Chart

Pneumonia can be a very serious disease, especially if it goes untreated.

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