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Nervous system Canvas Art
Nervous system. Computer artwork showing the principal nerve pathways of the human upper body. The brain (top centre) and spinal cord (down centre) comprise the central nervous system (CNS). Spinal ne

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12" x 16" $9 $12 $21 $64 $69
18" x 24" $14 $17 $30 $104 $99
24" x 32" $19 $25 $44 $149 $129
30" x 40" $26 $35 $62 $220 $189
36" x 48" $35 $47 $86 $301 $259

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Nervous system Canvas Art

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