To print a medical diagram or map of the human body, visit websites such as ScienceKids and AllPosters.com to view available anatomy diagrams. Choose one to print, and click on the photo of the diagram. ScienceKids provides printouts for free, while AllPosters.com requires you to order prints for a fee.
ScienceKids provides access to anatomy maps of the anterior muscle and arterial systems, hand bone diagrams, human organ diagrams and male versus female anatomy maps. Simply click on an image of the diagram you need in order to enlarge it and print it out. No account is necessary to use this function, states ScienceKids.
AllPosters.com requires you to create an account and pay a fee, but it prints and ships anatomy maps and diagrams to you. These diagrams are professional renditions of human anatomy, including detailed maps and drawings, such as the muscular system anatomical chart and the ligaments of the joints anatomical chart. As of 2015, diagram printouts range from $10 to $60, as its site indicates.
Healthline also provides three-dimensional body diagrams and anatomy maps. It provides an interactive map for various anatomical areas, such as the abdomen, arms, neck, head and legs. While viewing the BodyMap at Healthline.com, scroll over areas of the body to see detailed maps in a 360 degree view.