Tactile Graphics Set for Anatomy

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Basic Human Anatomy

Basic Human Anatomy is a braille textbook and tactile graphics set for anatomy designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This volume contains tactile drawings of cross-sections of the head and brain; nose, mouth and throat; teeth; respiratory tract; heart; digestive system; villus; urinary tract; kidney; nephron; nerve cell; eye; ear; skin; male and female reproductive systems; and a fetus in the womb. Each of these drawings has braille labels. There are 31 pages in total

Basic Tactile Anatomy Atlas (Model 1-08845-00)

The Basic Tactile Anatomy Atlas, model 1-08845-00, is a tactile graphics set for anatomy designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This two-volume set of thermoformed graphics provides a comprehensive overview of the human body. It features illustrations of major groups and systems, including the skeletal, muscular, nervous, cardiovascular, and reproductive systems. The thermoforms have braille and print labels and brief braille descriptions. An instruction manual in regu

 
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