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medical illustration of This illustration explains the components of a popular box mod vape. This image is intended to show healthcare professionals and respiratory therapists what is inside a vape and how they function. These healthcare specialists know how vaping and e-cigarettes affect the human body, but may not know the specific components of different kinds of vapes, and how different functions (like adjusting airflow) can have clinical impact.
medical illustration of Image illustrating the motion of Robot-assisted Surgery tools corresponding with hands motions. Used in various promotion materials by the robotic surgery department.
medical illustration of The illustration is showing an experimental setup developed by orthopedic researchers. A cadaveric knee mounted in the testing rig to simulate patella dislocation injury that often occurs in athletes. The quadriceps muscle tendon is attached to a strap with weight tied at the bottom that pulls it down, to simulate quadricep muscle tension. Image was used in a peer reviewed journal article.
medical illustration of Medical Illustration showing the adrenal tumor or cancer. Image depicts the kidney, renal artery and vein and the adrenal gland. Illustration was used for patient education purposes in a Urology clinic at a cancer hospital.
medical illustration of Cross-section of a kidney, showing severe infection called pyelonephritis. Illustration was used for patient education purposes.
medical illustration of Image illustrating kidney pathology, including cancerous tumors and cysts. Illustrations were used for patient education purposes in a urology clinic at a cancer hospital
medical illustration of Illustration showing kidney pathology, namely hydronephrosis. A progression is shown from a normal kidney to severe Hydronephrosis. Image was used for patient education purposes in  urology clinic at a cancer hospital.
medical illustration of This illustration explains the steps of a partial nephrectomy to patients. Instruments are removed and the steps are simplified for the audience.
medical illustration of Illustration showing csurgery for bladder cancer treatment. Image was used for patient education purposes for a urology clinic in a cancer hospital.
medical illustration of Illustration showing what happens after Bacillus Calmette-Guerin (BCG) treatment on a microscopic level. BCG is used as treatment for bladder cancer. Image was used for patient education purposes in a urology clinic at a cancer hospital.
medical illustration of Illustration showing stages of bladder cancer: Ta, T1, Tis, T2, T3, and T4. These include noninvasive papillary tumor, carcinoma in situ, and tumor invading perivesical tissue.
medical illustration of This illustration shows the anatomy relevant to creating a supraclavicular flap. This procedure is performed after tumor removal in the head and neck. The flap is taken from skin covering the deltoid which is repositioned onto the face, as it remains connected to its blood supply. This illustration highlights the blood vessels that supply the flap. These vessels must remain intact during flap creation. This illustration was used in a research paper and surgical video for head and neck surgeons.
medical illustration of This illustration shows the anatomy relevant to creating a supraclavicular flap. This procedure is performed after tumor removal in the head and neck. The flap is taken from skin covering the deltoid which is repositioned onto the face, as it remains connected to its blood supply. This illustration highlights the blood vessels that supply the flap. These vessels must remain intact during flap creation. This illustration was used in a research paper and surgical video for head and neck surgeons.
medical illustration of This illustration highlights areas of possible nerve injury along the pelvic plexus and prostatic plexus during radical cystectomy. Cystectomy is a surgical treatment for bladder cancer where the bladder and surrounding organs are removed. Nerve injury can occur during certain steps of the procedure, and it is important for surgeons to be aware of the anatomy of the nerves in this area.
medical illustration of Illustration showing male pelvic floor anatomy, top 3/4 view. Muscles shown are levator ani,  obturator internus and coccygeus. Image used for patient education purposes in a urology clinic
medical illustration of These illustrations show per-oral pyloromyotomy (POP) and per-oral endoscopic myotomy (POEM), both treatments for gastroparesis. These were included in a newsletter circulated to physicians.
medical illustration of Illustration showing the before and after of neoadjuvant chemotherapy for bladder cancer. On the left the tumor has grown through the bladder wall and invaded perivesical tissues. On the right after treatment, tumor is almost entirely gone, however cancer cells are still present making the tumor highly likely to come back. Image was used for patient education purposes in a urology clinic at a cancer hospital.
medical illustration of Illustration showing abnormalities in the urethra and bladder lining searched for during cystoscopy, such as inflammation, stones, narrowing of urethra or tumors. Image was used for patient education purposes at a urology clinic in a cancer hospital
medical illustration of Illustration showing steps of changing a stoma/urostomy bag or pouch. These instructions were used for patient education purposes for individuals who have undergone cystectomy and an ileal conduit.
medical illustration of Illustration detailing complications a patient might experience after radical cystectomy. The image is showing some basic anatomy of the GI tract, lungs, stomach, and heart. Was used in patient education materials.
medical illustration of Illustration showing two patient scenarios after receiving Intravesical Therapy (IVT) treatment at the urology clinic. The IVT is administered to help treat bladder cancer. The image was used for patient education pusposes in a urology clinic at a cancer hospital.
medical illustration of Image illustrating cystoscopy procedure using a cystoscope with a flexible tube. The procedure allows the doctor to observe the bladder as well as collect cells from bladder lining for further testing. Illustration used for patient education purposes in the urology clinic at a cancer hospital.
medical illustration of Illustration showing how the ileal conduit replaces the bladder in patients who have undergone radical cystectomy. A section of ileum is highlighted to show how it will then become a conduit and stoma on side of abdomen. Image is used for patient education purposes in urology clinic at a cancer hospital.
medical illustration of The image is depicting one of the options for urinary control in men, called the sling system. This might help patients with incontinence, particularly after prostate removal surgery (prostatectomy). Illustration is used for patient education purposes in a urology clinic at a cancer hospital.
medical illustration of The image is depicting one of the options for incontinence in men using a pressurized urinary control system, that might help patients after prostate removal surgery (prostatectomy). Illustration is used for patient education purposes in a urology clinic at a cancer hospital.
medical illustration of Illustration showing effects of mitomycin antibiotic treatment for bladder cancer, after surgial removal of the tumor. Image is used for patient education purposes in a urology clinic at a cancer hospital.
medical illustration of Image depicting male and female anatomy for urinary control, and the two sphincters associated with that; the bladder sphincter muscles (1), and the pelvic floor sphincter muscles (2). Illustration created for patient education purposes in a urology clinic.
medical illustration of Image depicting the prostate, seminal vesicles, neurovascular bundle, and zones: central, transitional, peripheral and anterior. Illustration was used for patient education purposes for a urology clinic.
medical illustration of The illustration is showing the effects of prostate removal surgery (prostatectomy) on bladder shape, placement, and urinary control. Image is used for patient education purposes in urology clinic at a cancer hospital.
medical illustration of The illustration compares the male and female bladders and urinary systems to that of the neobladder.  In normal anatomy there are two sphincters for urinary control, however after radical cystectomy only one sphincter is left. Image was used for patient education purposes in a urology clinic
medical illustration of Illustration depicting two different types of neobladders after radical cystectomy constructed out of a section of the patient's own ileum and still connected to mesentery. Image used for patient education purposes at a urology clinic.
medical illustration of Image is depicting a cross-seciton view of  Transurethral Ultrasound (TRUS) guided biopsy performed on a patient with an enlarged prostate. Illustration used for patient education print materials in a urology clinic at a cancer hospital.
medical illustration of The illustration is showing an inserted resectoscope through the urethra. This device is used in Transurethral Resection of Bladder Tumor surgery for collection of a biopsy from suspicious lesions within the bladder. Image used for patient education purposes in print materials in a urology clinic at a cancer hospital.
medical illustration of This illustration was created for Campbell's Urology textbook to teach the steps of
medical illustration of A set of surgical steps for creating an ileal conduit out of the patient's ileum, while securing it in place with a marionette stitch for ease of conduit manipulation. Used for education purposes in a book chapter on surgical techniques for urinary diversion and neobladders.
medical illustration of Surgical illustration depicting steps of creating one of many neobladder styles out of a patient's ileum. Used in a urologic surgical atlas for surgeon training purposes.
medical illustration of This illustration was created for Campbell's Urology textbook to teach the steps of Padua neobladder creation to training urologic surgeons.
medical illustration of This illustration was created for Campbell's Urology textbook to teach the steps of
medical illustration of This illustration shows the different cell types in the histology of the human prostate gland, shown as a single duct, and how monoclonalization increases distally away from the urethra.
medical illustration of This illustration shows the different cell types in the mouse prostatic duct. Each cell can be edited separately, so different cells can be highlighted for different focuses of the client's research of the mouse prostate.
medical illustration of This illustration shows the histology of the anterior prostate of the mouse. Each cell can be edited separately, so different cells can be highlighted for different focuses of the client's research of the mouse prostate.
medical illustration of This illustration shows four possible different ways the micro biome of the gut could influence immune activity. This includes molecular mimicry and cross reactivity, activation of the innate immune cells, bacterial translocation, and metabolite-induced differentiation of immune cells. This was created as a visual abstract for a review article.
medical illustration of This set of illustrations shows three therapies used to treat acute myeloid leukemia (AML) including CAR T cells, vaccine strategies, and effector engagement strategies using scFVs.
medical illustration of This illustration shows the establishment of a trigenic mouse model to study the role of slow-cycling cells in prostate cancer.
medical illustration of An editorial piece created for a cover of a peer-reviewed journal. The illustration depicts loosening of chromatin and nucleosome dissassembly with the help of Curaxin 137 molecule.
medical illustration of The illustration depicts the abundance of exosomes released by tumor cell and various immune cells within the tumor microenvironment. Also shown is how these exosomes travel to the rest of the body through the blood the vessels and the lymphatic system. Image created for a peer-reviewed journal.
medical illustration of Simple vector illustration
medical illustration of A vector Illustration showing the immune cell activation by photodynamic therapy (PDT), and its effects on tumor tissue, vasculature and lymph nodes. Image accompanied an article in a peer-reviewed journal.

Profile

ATLAS Studios is located within Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center. Our team specializing in medical and scientific illustration and animation, with a focus on cancer therapy and treatment. We create beautiful and accurate visual materials to clarify and communicate complex scientific research and concepts. Our medical and scientific illustrations and animations can be used in academic publications, presentations, patient education materials, training materials, marketing, and more. We serve all Roswell Park researchers, physicians, and scientists, as well as external clients in the biomedical field. With a unique understanding of both science and art, we are able to communicate complex science clearly, accurately, and beautifully. Our rates depend on the complexity of the project. Please contact us to learn more!

Style/Techniques

Black & White, Color, Information Graphics, Line, Line with Color

Subject/Specialties

Allergy / Immunology, Anatomy, Biology, Biotechnology, Cell biology / Histology, Disease Management, General Medicine, General Surgery, Medical Devices, Molecular Biology, Orthopaedics, Physical Therapy, Reconstructive Surgery, Thoracic Surgery, Urology, Injuries, Oncology, Mechanism of Action (MOA), Health & Wellness, Pathology, Plastic Surgery, Sports Medicine