LFA #99800 Chart - Anatomy and Injuries of the Shoulder.
Main image shows the bones, muscles, ligaments, veins and arteries of the shoulder. Illustrates posterior, lateral, anterior and superior views of the shoulder anatomy, as well as the socket of a normal shoulder joint. Shows impingement syndrome, rotator cuff tear, trauma (such as proximal humeral fracture and acromioclavicular separation), and bicipital tendon problems. Also illustrates instability such as anterior dislocation of the humerus, Bankart lesion, and Hill Sachs formation.Size is 20" W by 26" H.
All LFA Charts and Posters are designed to a) Provide just the right level of detail, b) At-a-glance format, c) Striking colorful images, d) Enlarged view of key organs or structures, e) Comprehensive and anatomically/medically accurate.Plastic laminate, 20" x 26" offers flexibility, durability and attractive appearance for medical professionals, patients, students and other specialists. Complete with metal eyelets at top cornors for hanging or portable stand display. "Write-on, wipe-off" surface is perfect for classrooms and professional offices.Shipped in mailing tube. Note: Many charts and posters also available in Spanish (-SP) to meet the needs of an expanding Spanish-language population and for improved communication.