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 View Image #114-160Plagiocephaly#114-160 
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Asymmetrical molding of infants' skulls (plagiocephaly) caused by external forces in utero or during early infancy can be cor...

 View Image #101-118Human Skeleton#101-118 
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Full skeleton complete from skull to feet. Can be modified.

 View Image #130-01983TMJ#130-01983 
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This medical exhibit depicts the anterior displacement of the temporomandibular joint, or TMJ, from the LEFT side. Two illust...

 View Image #175-037phrenology#175-037 
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phrenology, an obsolete science, indentifying mental faculties in definite parts of cerebral cortex through feeling parts of ...

 View Image #130-00642Human Female Anatomy#130-00642 
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Human Female Anatomy. Labels: skull, brain, eye, facial nerve, mandible, common carotid artery, clivle, ribs, lungs, heart, s...

 View Image #163-008Carotid - External#163-008 
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View of right external carotid with bone skull.

 View Image #130N-03690TMJ#130N-03690 
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This medical exhibit pictures the primary anatomy of the right temporomandibular joint (TMJ) from a lateral (side) cut-away v...

 View Image #130N-03691TMJ#130N-03691 
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This medical exhibit pictures the primary regions of pain associated with injury or dysfunction of the temporomandibular join...

 View Image #130-01982TMJ - Jaw#130-01982 
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This medical exhibit depicts the anterior displacement of the temporomandibular joint, or TMJ, from the RIGHT side. Two illus...

 View Image #1886-039Head and Neck Bones#1886-039 
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A close-up view of the bones of the cervical region of the spine and skull.

 View Image #231-317Muscles of mastication#231-317 
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Muscles of mastication, lateral view of the skull.

 View Image #1820-003Cat Cranial Nerves#1820-003 
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Ventral view of cat brain showing cranial nerves and inset with brain location within skull

 View Image #231-392Spine with thoracic cage#231-392 
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Skeletal system with spine, skull and thoracic cage. Lateral (side) view.

 View Image #294-048Olfactory Anatomy#294-048 
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This illustration depicts the olfactory epithelium and the location of the olfactory nerve in the skull. To view other ill...

 View Image #1820-004Cat Cutaneous Nerves#1820-004 
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Cutaneous cranial nerves of cat are pictured as they exit foramina of skull
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