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Bones Presentation templates

The skeleton of a human adult is composed of exactly 206 bones. We've counted them! You can also count on these Google Slides themes and PowerPoint templates for topics related to bones, radiology or anatomy!

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Bone Traumatism Rehabilitation Center

*Crack!* What was that noise? Oh, no, did you fracture a bone? Quickly, to the hospital... and then, to the rehab center! Bone fractures are quite common, but luckily they can also be treated. Are you a doctor? Let us "treat" you with a new template for presentations on medical...

Biology Subject for Pre-K: Bones

Bone-jour! Bones are extremely important for the body, but also for history! Or haven’t you heard about Napoleon Bone-a-part? Prepare a fun lesson for your primary schoolers and help them learn the bones they’re made of with this creative template filled with illustrations and exercises. The designs are completely editable...

Bones Anatomy Breakthrough

The body is made up of 206 bones. That's a lot! So, the skeletal system is a complicated structure to understand and under constant scientific study. For this reason, if you have new discoveries to show to the scientific community, you can do it with this template that we propose...

Anatomy Lesson

The word anatomy comes from Greek (“anatomē”, which means dissection). This natural science studies the structure of the human body and their parts. It is a very complex matter: we have 640 skeletal muscles and 270 bones. That sounds like a lot! Why don’t you try our anatomy template to...

X-Ray Style Disease

Need to prepare a presentation where X-rays are the protagonists? Look no further. Here's the perfect proposal for you. This template is inspired by X-ray illustrations, with blue color, traditionally associated with health topics, as it conveys reliability. You can use it to talk about certain diseases or to explain...

Osteosarcoma Clinical Case

We are going to start talking about this template by giving a curious fact, and that is that the word "osteosarcoma" is formed by Greek roots, osteon (bone) and sarkos (flesh). Indeed, this presentation has a clinical case structure to talk about osteosarcoma, a type of cancer that affects the...

Hand Injury Clinical Case

Our hands are a valuable part of our body, but they're also somehow fragile. Keep an eye out for fractures or other injuries! Share your insight on a clinical case about a hand injury by downloading this template and customizing it with the information that you've collected. It's a design...

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Effects of Rheumatoid Arthritis on Bone Breakthrough

Rheumatoid arthritis is a chronic illness that usually affects the joints. It is a common disease that causes pain to lots of patients worldwide. Investigating about its causes and new possible treatments is a vital task for the well-being of those affected, and when it comes to a breakthrough, it’s...

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Muscular System Infographics

The muscular system is the one that allows us to be mobile, active and healthy. Explain what this important system of the human body consists of with this template that contains 30 different infographics that you can customize to use as you need. They are designed in red, black and...

Osteoporosis Clinical Case

Osteoporosis is a disease that affects the bones, causing a decrease in bone density. To talk about the causes or consequences of this disease, it can be very useful to present a clinical case, because in this way you can illustrate with graphs, tables or illustrations, the information about the...

Osteoporosis & Rheumatoid Arthritis Breakthrough

Templates with simple, yet creative designs and visual resources help you present complicated data like medical investigations in a clear way that everyone can understand! This design is focused on osteoporosis and arthritis, two very common diseases that require further investigation. If you want to speak about them, this is...

Scary Skulls & Bones Pattern Newsletter

Although you certainly don't want to scare your subscribers... This template is terrifying, but terrifyingly cool! The slides are full of skull patterns, which will give a dark, but above all original touch to your content. With this design, your subscribers will be eager to receive the next month's newsletter!

Rheumatology Center

Do you need to go to a specialized rheumatology center? Here comes Slidesgo with its solutions! Well, with this amazing template you can present a rheumatology center and talk about what treatments are used, who are the specialist doctors working in your center and you can even add customer reviews...

Health Sciences & Technologies Major for College: Chiropractic

Your college health sciences and technology students are preparing to be useful members of society. Without a doubt, chiropractic is one of the types of alternative medicine that they must learn to be integral professionals. To help you teach this lesson we have created this minimalist and geometric style template...

Radiology Center

Radiology centers are facilities that provide different types of body scanner images. If you own one of them, promote it using different sections that are handy: info about the center, key numbers, patient care and key accomplishments.

Low Bone Density Clinical Case

Having low bone density means that the density of our bones is lower than the normal maximum density. And now, thanks to the medical template we bring you here, you can present to different experts a clinical case about a person with low bone density. The design includes gradient backgrounds...

Anatomy Lesson: Realistic Skeleton for Education

Trick or treat? Oh, it’s not that kind of skeleton… It’s a more realistic skeleton, far more! It’s time to learn about the human skeleton in a fun (and not so scary) way. Teach about bone anatomy with this template conceived as a notebook full of underlines, scribbles and notes...

International Day of Radiology

Picture November 8th, back in 1895. A scientist named Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen discovered x-rays by chance. He was actually investigating cathode rays, but due to this strike of luck, medicine improved exponentially. This discovery was so important for medicine that now, almost 130 years later, we celebrate the international day...