Skin Anatomy and Common Disorders Chart

July 3, 2013 - Comment

LFA #99940 Chart – The Skin and Common Disorders. Shows cross sections of the skin, nail and hair anatomy. Describes the role of the epidermis, dermis and subcutaneous layer. Illustrates and describes types of skin lesions: fissure, ulcer, cyst, macule, papule, wheal, vesicle, pustule, bulla and nodule. Also shows and describes acne (closed & open

LFA #99940 Chart – The Skin and Common Disorders.

Shows cross sections of the skin, nail and hair anatomy. Describes the role of the epidermis, dermis and subcutaneous layer. Illustrates and describes types of skin lesions: fissure, ulcer, cyst, macule, papule, wheal, vesicle, pustule, bulla and nodule. Also shows and describes acne (closed & open comedo), actinic keratosis (solar keratosis), junctional nevus (mole), basla cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, verruca vulgaris (wart), seborrheic keratosis, dermatofibroma, and urticaria (hives).

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 corners 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.

Product Features

  • Brand New
  • Anatomically accurate
  • Laminated Deluxe Professional Grade
  • Size: 26 in x 20 in

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