What do collegiate-level anatomical posters include?


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Anatomical posters can depict various parts of the human body, and can include both the muscular system and the skeletal system. These posters are typically separated in order to make the images of either system clear to a viewer.

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Posters of the muscular system typically depict a human male or female standing both toward and away from the viewer. This allows a person to see the muscular system of both the front and back of a human being. Various labels depict the many different muscles of the human body and also illustrate where these muscles attach to the skeletal system. However, the skeletal system is only shown in brief snippets, and this poster cannot be used to comprehensively identify parts of a human skeleton. A specific poster for the skeletal system will depict a human skeleton from both the front and back, and may also include a side image as well. These images of the skeleton also include labels that help identify parts of the skeletal system.

When used in conjunction, these two types of posters provide a clear image of the human body. There are other posters that focus on specific parts of the human body as well. These posters often focus on a particular organ, such as the brain or liver, and identify specific structures in those organs. Sometimes, a poster will include all three elements of the human body. These posters portray the muscular, skeletal and organ system in overlapping regions.

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