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Spine and Vertebral Charts

The vertebral column is fascinating to study! Each of the 33 vertebrae that comprise our vertebral column function together in perfect tandem, while the muscles that connect along its length assist with many movements of the human body. For students of anatomy, as well as patients, the construction of the vertebral column is interesting to observe, with its three distinct sections and how each allows for a slew of actions. Put a little backbone into your study of anatomy with these anatomical charts and posters of the human spinal column.

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Anatomical Charts of the Spine and Vertebral Column

With 33 vertebrae, three major regions, and a host of muscular attachments and origins, the vertebral column can be difficult to study. The individual vertebrae that make up our complex spinal region are fascinating. Each has evolved to sustain the needs of the area it’s located in, from the thick lumbar vertebrae to the thinner, more delicate vertebrae of the cervical region. For many students, a strong visual aid can be very useful in the process of absorbing the information. We recommend anatomical charts for this purpose.

One great option is the Human Spine Laminated Anatomy Chart. This oversized poster will be right at home in your hospital or office area, and makes a great aid in patient education. Thanks to its large size, it is easy to display the individual areas of the spine, and smaller details on the side offer additional information that other charts may not include, such as various views of the sacrum.

We typically recommend that customers pair charts with hands-on models for a more full understanding, such as those offered in our spine and vertebral models collection. Not sure what you need? Contact our customer support team for expert advice.

Anatomy Warehouse is here for all of your anatomical needs.