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Springer Science & Business Media needed an angiogram of an animal heart for a book cover. We contacted F. D. Giddings, an illustrator represented by Phototake, and he came up with this realistic rendition of a pig heart as it would appear on an angiogram. He tinted the heart in magenta hues, contrasted by golden coronary arteries. The client was delighted with the results.

F. D. Giddings/Phototake
medical illustration of SEM of a Drosophila melanogaster, mag. 80x (at 4 x 5 in.), a fruit fly commonly used in genetic research. medical illustration of SEM of a Drosophila melanogaster, mag. 80x (at 4 x 5 in.), a fruit fly commonly used in genetic research.

SEM of a fruit fly

SEM of a Drosophila melanogaster, mag. 80x (at 4 x 5 in.), a fruit fly commonly used in genetic research.

Keywords: Education, Stock, Biology, Entomology, Natural Science / Nature, Zoology

© Kage Mikrofotografie
medical illustration of Endoscopy showing diverticula of the colon. medical illustration of Endoscopy showing diverticula of the colon.

Endoscopy showing diverticula of the colon.

Endoscopy showing diverticula of the colon.

Keywords: Stock, Gastroenterology, General Medicine

© ISM
medical illustration of Female human embryo, seven weeks after fertilization. The fetus is enveloped in the amniotic sac and attached to the placenta. The umbilical cord size is 18mm. medical illustration of Female human embryo, seven weeks after fertilization. The fetus is enveloped in the amniotic sac and attached to the placenta. The umbilical cord size is 18mm.

Female human embryo, 7 weeks.

Female human embryo, seven weeks after fertilization. The fetus is enveloped in the amniotic sac and attached to the placenta. The umbilical cord size is 18mm.

Keywords: Education, Stock, Biology, Embryology, General Medicine, Maternal / Child, Obstetrics / Gynecology, Pediatrics, Reproductive Biology

© ISM
medical illustration of Illustration of the reward pathway of the brain, which is indispensable to human survival because it associates the execution of vital functions with strong sensations of satisfaction, pleasure, and happiness. medical illustration of Illustration of the reward pathway of the brain, which is indispensable to human survival because it associates the execution of vital functions with strong sensations of satisfaction, pleasure, and happiness.

Illustration of the reward pathway of the brain.

Illustration of the reward pathway of the brain, which is indispensable to human survival because it associates the execution of vital functions with strong sensations of satisfaction, pleasure, and happiness.

Keywords: 3D, Education, Stock, Anatomy, Biology, General Medicine, Neuroscience

© BSIP
medical illustration of This scanning electron micrograph (SEM) depicted a number of red blood cells found enmeshed in a fibrinous matrix on the luminal surface of an indwelling vascular catheter, mag. 7766x. medical illustration of This scanning electron micrograph (SEM) depicted a number of red blood cells found enmeshed in a fibrinous matrix on the luminal surface of an indwelling vascular catheter, mag. 7766x.

Enmeshed red blood cells.

This scanning electron micrograph (SEM) depicted a number of red blood cells found enmeshed in a fibrinous matrix on the luminal surface of an indwelling vascular catheter, mag. 7766x.

Keywords: 3D, Stock, Biology, Cardiac Surgery / Cardiology, Cell biology / Histology, General Medicine

© BSIP
medical illustration of SEM. Syncephalastrum racemosum is a filamentous fungus that causes human pathogen, mag. 105x (at 24 x 36 mm). It can cause nail disease (especially in damaged nails) along with other human diseases such as: zygomycosis, cutaneous infections and otomycosis. The genus Syncephalastrum is commonly isolated from soil and animal feces, especially in tropical and subtropical areas. medical illustration of SEM. Syncephalastrum racemosum is a filamentous fungus that causes human pathogen, mag. 105x (at 24 x 36 mm). It can cause nail disease (especially in damaged nails) along with other human diseases such as: zygomycosis, cutaneous infections and otomycosis. The genus Syncephalastrum is commonly isolated from soil and animal feces, especially in tropical and subtropical areas.

SEM. of Syncephalastrum racemosum is a fungus.

SEM. Syncephalastrum racemosum is a filamentous fungus that causes human pathogen, mag. 105x (at 24 x 36 mm). It can cause nail disease (especially in damaged nails) along with other human diseases such as: zygomycosis, cutaneous infections and otomycosis. The genus Syncephalastrum is commonly isolated from soil and animal feces, especially in tropical and subtropical areas.

Keywords: Stock, Allergy / Immunology, Biology, Botany, Natural Science / Nature

© Dennis Kunkel
medical illustration of Anatomy of the blood-brain barrier showing a cross section of the brain. Rectangle in the brain indicates the enlarged area. medical illustration of Anatomy of the blood-brain barrier showing a cross section of the brain. Rectangle in the brain indicates the enlarged area.

Anatomy of the blood-brain barrier

Anatomy of the blood-brain barrier showing a cross section of the brain. Rectangle in the brain indicates the enlarged area.

Keywords: Stock, Anatomy, Biology, General Medicine, Neuroscience

©Carol & Mike Werner
medical illustration of Illustration of embolus in the heart and lungs. medical illustration of Illustration of embolus in the heart and lungs.

Embolus in the heart and lungs.

Illustration of embolus in the heart and lungs.

Keywords: Stock, Biology, Cardiac Surgery / Cardiology, General Medicine

©Nucleus Medical Art
medical illustration of SEM of fungi, 7kx. medical illustration of SEM of fungi, 7kx.

SEM of fungi.

SEM of fungi, 7kx.

Keywords: Stock, Allergy / Immunology, Biology, Botany

© Dr. Gaugler
medical illustration of SEM of Northern black widow spider - male (Latrodectus variolus). Latrodectus variolus is a venomous spider found throughout the eastern US, from southern Canada to Florida, and west to eastern Texas. The female has the typical black widow red hourglass- shape mark on the underside of her abdomen. The marking is incomplete or split in the middle. medical illustration of SEM of Northern black widow spider - male (Latrodectus variolus). Latrodectus variolus is a venomous spider found throughout the eastern US, from southern Canada to Florida, and west to eastern Texas. The female has the typical black widow red hourglass- shape mark on the underside of her abdomen. The marking is incomplete or split in the middle.

SEM of the northern black widow spider.

SEM of Northern black widow spider - male (Latrodectus variolus). Latrodectus variolus is a venomous spider found throughout the eastern US, from southern Canada to Florida, and west to eastern Texas. The female has the typical black widow red hourglass- shape mark on the underside of her abdomen. The marking is incomplete or split in the middle.

Keywords: Stock, Biology, Entomology, Natural Science / Nature, Zoology

© Dennis Kunkel
medical illustration of Obstetrical ultrasound study of a 24 year old female primiparous (pregnant for the first time) patient who is 6 months 2 weeks pregnant. The 2D ultrasound shows a right profile view of the neck,head and right arm of a normal fetus. medical illustration of Obstetrical ultrasound study of a 24 year old female primiparous (pregnant for the first time) patient who is 6 months 2 weeks pregnant. The 2D ultrasound shows a right profile view of the neck,head and right arm of a normal fetus.

Obstetrical ultrasound study of a 24 year old fema

Obstetrical ultrasound study of a 24 year old female primiparous (pregnant for the first time) patient who is 6 months 2 weeks pregnant. The 2D ultrasound shows a right profile view of the neck,head and right arm of a normal fetus.

Keywords: Stock, Embryology, General Medicine, Maternal / Child, Obstetrics / Gynecology, Pediatrics, Reproductive Biology

© PDSN
medical illustration of Infant delivered by Caesarean section. medical illustration of Infant delivered by Caesarean section.

Infant delivered by Caesarean section.

Infant delivered by Caesarean section.

Keywords: Stock, Embryology, General Medicine, Maternal / Child, Obstetrics / Gynecology, Pediatrics, Reproductive Biology

© Scott Camazine
medical illustration of CT scan showing liver metastases from colon cancer. medical illustration of CT scan showing liver metastases from colon cancer.

CT scan showing liver metastases from colon cancer

CT scan showing liver metastases from colon cancer.

Keywords: Stock, Gastroenterology, General Medicine

© Dr. Barry Slaven
medical illustration of Cardiac surgeon using a valve-sizing device to determine appropriate aortic valve prosthesis. medical illustration of Cardiac surgeon using a valve-sizing device to determine appropriate aortic valve prosthesis.

Cardiac surgeon using a valve-sizing device.

Cardiac surgeon using a valve-sizing device to determine appropriate aortic valve prosthesis.

Keywords: Stock, Cardiac Surgery / Cardiology, General Medicine, General Surgery

© Dr. Barry Slaven
medical illustration of Using a Covidien Ligasure during a sigmoid colon resection for acute diverticulitis. medical illustration of Using a Covidien Ligasure during a sigmoid colon resection for acute diverticulitis.

Sigmoid colon resection for diverticulitis.

Using a Covidien Ligasure during a sigmoid colon resection for acute diverticulitis.

Keywords: Stock, Gastroenterology, General Medicine, General Surgery

© Dr. Barry Slaven
medical illustration of Illustration of a Herpes Zoster Virus emerging from a ribbon-like female body. medical illustration of Illustration of a Herpes Zoster Virus emerging from a ribbon-like female body.

Illustration of the Herpes Zoster Virus.

Illustration of a Herpes Zoster Virus emerging from a ribbon-like female body.

Keywords: Stock, Biology, Disease Management, General Medicine, Reproductive Biology, Virology

© Hector Aiza
medical illustration of Stylized illustration showing red blood cells flowing through the blood stream. medical illustration of Stylized illustration showing red blood cells flowing through the blood stream.

Stylized illustration showing red blood cells flow

Stylized illustration showing red blood cells flowing through the blood stream.

Keywords: Stock, Cardiac Surgery / Cardiology, Cell biology / Histology, General Medicine

© Science Picture Co.
medical illustration of Stylized illustration of strands of human DNA, deoxyribonucleic acid. medical illustration of Stylized illustration of strands of human DNA, deoxyribonucleic acid.

Stylized illustration of strands of human DNA.

Stylized illustration of strands of human DNA, deoxyribonucleic acid.

Keywords: Stock, General Medicine, Genetics

© Science Picture Co.
medical illustration of Herpes simplex virus (HSV). HSV causes cold sores and genital herpes. Image produced using high-dynamic-range imaging (HDRI) from an image taken with transmission electron microscopy. Viral diameter around 200 nm. medical illustration of Herpes simplex virus (HSV). HSV causes cold sores and genital herpes. Image produced using high-dynamic-range imaging (HDRI) from an image taken with transmission electron microscopy. Viral diameter around 200 nm.

Herpes simplex virus (HSV).

Herpes simplex virus (HSV). HSV causes cold sores and genital herpes. Image produced using high-dynamic-range imaging (HDRI) from an image taken with transmission electron microscopy. Viral diameter around 200 nm.

Keywords: Stock, Biology, Disease Management, General Medicine, Reproductive Biology, Virology

© BSIP
medical illustration of Illustration collage depicting the role of oxytocin in causing uterine contractions. Elevated estrogen levels in late pregnancy trigger the synthesis of prooxyphysin in hypothalamic nuclei. This leads to the release of oxytocin from the posterior pituitary. It is also synthesized in the placenta. There is a subsequent increase in the display of oxytocin receptors in the deciduas and myometrium of the uterine wall. medical illustration of Illustration collage depicting the role of oxytocin in causing uterine contractions. Elevated estrogen levels in late pregnancy trigger the synthesis of prooxyphysin in hypothalamic nuclei. This leads to the release of oxytocin from the posterior pituitary. It is also synthesized in the placenta. There is a subsequent increase in the display of oxytocin receptors in the deciduas and myometrium of the uterine wall.

The role of oxytocin in uterine contractions.

Illustration collage depicting the role of oxytocin in causing uterine contractions. Elevated estrogen levels in late pregnancy trigger the synthesis of prooxyphysin in hypothalamic nuclei. This leads to the release of oxytocin from the posterior pituitary. It is also synthesized in the placenta. There is a subsequent increase in the display of oxytocin receptors in the deciduas and myometrium of the uterine wall.

Keywords: Stock, Biology, General Medicine, Maternal / Child, Molecular Biology, Obstetrics / Gynecology, Reproductive Biology

© Kevin Somerville
medical illustration of Scanning electron micrograph of a cancer cell (red) being attacked by T-lymphocytes (yellow). The cancer cell is from a patient with kidney and liver cancer and the lymphocytes are type O tumor infiltrating lymphocytes (TIL). medical illustration of Scanning electron micrograph of a cancer cell (red) being attacked by T-lymphocytes (yellow). The cancer cell is from a patient with kidney and liver cancer and the lymphocytes are type O tumor infiltrating lymphocytes (TIL).

T-Lymphocyte attacking a cancer cell.

Scanning electron micrograph of a cancer cell (red) being attacked by T-lymphocytes (yellow). The cancer cell is from a patient with kidney and liver cancer and the lymphocytes are type O tumor infiltrating lymphocytes (TIL).

Keywords: Stock, Biology, Cell biology / Histology, Disease Management, General Medicine

© Jean Claude Revy
medical illustration of MRI of the normal brain and spinal cord in a 35 year old man, midsagittal section. medical illustration of MRI of the normal brain and spinal cord in a 35 year old man, midsagittal section.

MRI of the normal brain and spinal cord.

MRI of the normal brain and spinal cord in a 35 year old man, midsagittal section.

Keywords: Stock, Anatomy, Biology, General Medicine, Medical Devices

© ISM
medical illustration of Medical illustration showing man with a migraine headache. medical illustration of Medical illustration showing man with a migraine headache.

Man with a migraine.

Medical illustration showing man with a migraine headache.

Keywords: Stock, Disease Management, General Medicine, Neuroscience, Neurosurgery, Pharmacology

© Jane Hurd
medical illustration of Medical illustration of a cesarean section. medical illustration of Medical illustration of a cesarean section.

Medical illustration of a cesarean section.

Medical illustration of a cesarean section.

Keywords: Stock, General Medicine, General Surgery, Maternal / Child, Obstetrics / Gynecology, Pediatrics

© Steve Oh
medical illustration of Baby boy minutes after birth. medical illustration of Baby boy minutes after birth.

Baby boy minutes after birth.

Baby boy minutes after birth.

Keywords: Stock, General Medicine, Maternal / Child, Pediatrics

© Mark Maio
medical illustration of Medical illustration of the central and autonomic nervous systems, seen in a female figure, sagittal view. Shown here are the central nervous system (yellow) and the autonomic (involuntary) nervous system, which is split into sympathetic (red) and parasympathetic (blue) divisions. medical illustration of Medical illustration of the central and autonomic nervous systems, seen in a female figure, sagittal view. Shown here are the central nervous system (yellow) and the autonomic (involuntary) nervous system, which is split into sympathetic (red) and parasympathetic (blue) divisions.

Central and autonomic nervous systems.

Medical illustration of the central and autonomic nervous systems, seen in a female figure, sagittal view. Shown here are the central nervous system (yellow) and the autonomic (involuntary) nervous system, which is split into sympathetic (red) and parasympathetic (blue) divisions.

Keywords: Stock, Anatomy, Biology, General Medicine, Neuroscience

© F.D. Giddings
medical illustration of Ophthalmology. Red eye. Acute inflammation and redness of the conjunctiva of the right eye in a 36 year old woman with red eye resulting from a corneal abrasion. medical illustration of Ophthalmology. Red eye. Acute inflammation and redness of the conjunctiva of the right eye in a 36 year old woman with red eye resulting from a corneal abrasion.

Ophthalmology. Red eye due to corneal abrasion.

Ophthalmology. Red eye. Acute inflammation and redness of the conjunctiva of the right eye in a 36 year old woman with red eye resulting from a corneal abrasion.

Keywords: Stock, General Medicine, Ophthalmology, Injuries

© Dr. Robinson
medical illustration of Nervous system. Carpal tunnel. A linear scar with sutures in situ from the palm to the wrist, following median nerve decompression surgery to treat carpal tunnel syndrome in a man. medical illustration of Nervous system. Carpal tunnel. A linear scar with sutures in situ from the palm to the wrist, following median nerve decompression surgery to treat carpal tunnel syndrome in a man.

Surgery to treat carpal tunnel syndrome.

Nervous system. Carpal tunnel. A linear scar with sutures in situ from the palm to the wrist, following median nerve decompression surgery to treat carpal tunnel syndrome in a man.

Keywords: Stock, Disease Management, General Medicine, General Surgery

© Dr. Robinson
medical illustration of Plaque psoriasis on the forearm in a 45 year old male patient. medical illustration of Plaque psoriasis on the forearm in a 45 year old male patient.

Plaque psoriasis on the forearm.

Plaque psoriasis on the forearm in a 45 year old male patient.

Keywords: Stock, Dermatology, Disease Management, General Medicine

© ISM
medical illustration of Illustration of the arm with transparent skin to show injury to the lateral epicondyle tendon, known as lateral epicondylitis or tennis elbow. medical illustration of Illustration of the arm with transparent skin to show injury to the lateral epicondyle tendon, known as lateral epicondylitis or tennis elbow.

Illustration of epicondylitis or tennis elbow.

Illustration of the arm with transparent skin to show injury to the lateral epicondyle tendon, known as lateral epicondylitis or tennis elbow.

Keywords: Stock, General Medicine, Orthopaedics, Injuries

©Science Picture Co.
medical illustration of Illustration of fear: a woman`s face registering fear. medical illustration of Illustration of fear: a woman`s face registering fear.

Illustration of a woman's face showing fear.

Illustration of fear: a woman`s face registering fear.

Keywords: Live Action Video, Stock, General Medicine, Portraits

©Carol & Mike Werner
medical illustration of Illustration of the herpes simplex virus (HSV), a cause of genital herpes, cold sores, and other lesions of the skin andmucous membranes. medical illustration of Illustration of the herpes simplex virus (HSV), a cause of genital herpes, cold sores, and other lesions of the skin andmucous membranes.

Illustration of the herpes simplex virus (HSV).

Illustration of the herpes simplex virus (HSV), a cause of genital herpes, cold sores, and other lesions of the skin andmucous membranes.

Keywords: Stock, Cell biology / Histology, General Medicine, Virology

©Bodell Communications
medical illustration of Illustration of multiple sclerosis (MS), a neurodegenerative disease characterized by demyelination of the axons of neurons in the central nervous system. medical illustration of Illustration of multiple sclerosis (MS), a neurodegenerative disease characterized by demyelination of the axons of neurons in the central nervous system.

Illustration of multiple sclerosis (MS).

Illustration of multiple sclerosis (MS), a neurodegenerative disease characterized by demyelination of the axons of neurons in the central nervous system.

Keywords: Live Action Video, Stock, Disease Management, General Medicine, Neuroscience

© Steve Oh
medical illustration of Multiple legionella pneumophila bacteria. L. Pneumophila is the causative agent of legionellosis or legionnaires` disease. medical illustration of Multiple legionella pneumophila bacteria. L. Pneumophila is the causative agent of legionellosis or legionnaires` disease.

Multiple legionella pneumophila bacteria.

Multiple legionella pneumophila bacteria. L. Pneumophila is the causative agent of legionellosis or legionnaires` disease.

Keywords: Live Action Video, Stock, Disease Management, General Medicine

© Michael Grant
medical illustration of SEM photocomposite of Staphylococcus aureus on the surface of the small intestine, mag. 800x, bacteria; 49x, intestine (at 24 x 36 mm). S. aureus is a gram-positive, methicillin-resistant, coccus prokaryote. S. aureus in humans can cause food poisoning, toxic shock syndrome, and skin and wound infections such as scalded skin syndrome, scarlet fever, erysipelas and impetigo. medical illustration of SEM photocomposite of Staphylococcus aureus on the surface of the small intestine, mag. 800x, bacteria; 49x, intestine (at 24 x 36 mm). S. aureus is a gram-positive, methicillin-resistant, coccus prokaryote. S. aureus in humans can cause food poisoning, toxic shock syndrome, and skin and wound infections such as scalded skin syndrome, scarlet fever, erysipelas and impetigo.

SEM photocomposite of Staphylococcus aureus.

SEM photocomposite of Staphylococcus aureus on the surface of the small intestine, mag. 800x, bacteria; 49x, intestine (at 24 x 36 mm). S. aureus is a gram-positive, methicillin-resistant, coccus prokaryote. S. aureus in humans can cause food poisoning, toxic shock syndrome, and skin and wound infections such as scalded skin syndrome, scarlet fever, erysipelas and impetigo.

Keywords: Live Action Video, Stock, Cell biology / Histology, Disease Management, Gastroenterology, General Medicine

©Dennis Kunkel
medical illustration of A small bowel surgical anastomosis using a Covidien linear cutter. medical illustration of A small bowel surgical anastomosis using a Covidien linear cutter.

A small bowel surgical anastomosis.

A small bowel surgical anastomosis using a Covidien linear cutter.

Keywords: Stock, Gastroenterology, General Medicine, General Surgery, Medical Devices

© Barry Slaven
medical illustration of Illustration. Researchers are experimenting with the use of very thin nanofibers to mimic blood vessels and nerves, which are the normal pathways for the spread of glioblastoma cancer in the brain. The hope is to redirect the glioblastoma cancer cells along the fibers to a toxic gel, which destroys them, or to another part of the body where they are more easily operable. medical illustration of Illustration. Researchers are experimenting with the use of very thin nanofibers to mimic blood vessels and nerves, which are the normal pathways for the spread of glioblastoma cancer in the brain. The hope is to redirect the glioblastoma cancer cells along the fibers to a toxic gel, which destroys them, or to another part of the body where they are more easily operable.

Illustration of nanofiber research.

Illustration. Researchers are experimenting with the use of very thin nanofibers to mimic blood vessels and nerves, which are the normal pathways for the spread of glioblastoma cancer in the brain. The hope is to redirect the glioblastoma cancer cells along the fibers to a toxic gel, which destroys them, or to another part of the body where they are more easily operable.

Keywords: Stock, Biotechnology, Medical Devices, Neuroscience, Vascular Surgery

©Carol & Mike Werner
medical illustration of Scanning electron micrograph of Yersinia pestis, which causes bubonic plague, on proventricular spines of a Xenopsylla cheopis flea medical illustration of Scanning electron micrograph of Yersinia pestis, which causes bubonic plague, on proventricular spines of a Xenopsylla cheopis flea

Yersinia pestis, which causes bubonic plague.

Scanning electron micrograph of Yersinia pestis, which causes bubonic plague, on proventricular spines of a Xenopsylla cheopis flea

Keywords: Live Action Video, Stock, Disease Management, Entomology, General Medicine

© PTI
medical illustration of Illustration of psoriatic arthritis. Tumor necrosis factors (TNF) are attacking skeletal joints. medical illustration of Illustration of psoriatic arthritis. Tumor necrosis factors (TNF) are attacking skeletal joints.

Illustration of psoriatic arthritis.

Illustration of psoriatic arthritis. Tumor necrosis factors (TNF) are attacking skeletal joints.

Keywords: Stock, Disease Management, General Medicine

© Craig Zuckerman
medical illustration of Scanning electron micrograph of a dividing C2 muscle myoblast (a primitive muscle cell), mag. 1000x. medical illustration of Scanning electron micrograph of a dividing C2 muscle myoblast (a primitive muscle cell), mag. 1000x.

Dividing C2 muscle myoblast.

Scanning electron micrograph of a dividing C2 muscle myoblast (a primitive muscle cell), mag. 1000x.

Keywords: Live Action Video, Stock, Anatomy, Biology, Cell biology / Histology, General Medicine, Orthopaedics

© Dennis Kunkel
medical illustration of Face shattered into glass shards, symbolizing confusion. medical illustration of Face shattered into glass shards, symbolizing confusion.

Face symbolizing confusion.

Face shattered into glass shards, symbolizing confusion.

Keywords: Live Action Video, Stock, General Medicine, Neuroscience, Pharmacology

© Ivan Sanford
medical illustration of Mammogram, side view, showing cancer of the breast. medical illustration of Mammogram, side view, showing cancer of the breast.

Mammogram showing breast cancer.

Mammogram, side view, showing cancer of the breast.

Keywords: Live Action Video, Stock, Professional Education, Disease Management, General Medicine, Genetics, Obstetrics / Gynecology

© ISM
medical illustration of Illustration of the lung`s air sacs, with a cutaway view of one alveolus. The blood capillaries are also shown. The lung`s smallest bronchioles terminate in respiratory ducts that lead into the clusters of alveoli called air sacs (also known as alveolar sacs), shown here. medical illustration of Illustration of the lung`s air sacs, with a cutaway view of one alveolus. The blood capillaries are also shown. The lung`s smallest bronchioles terminate in respiratory ducts that lead into the clusters of alveoli called air sacs (also known as alveolar sacs), shown here.

Illustration of the lung`s air sacs.

Illustration of the lung`s air sacs, with a cutaway view of one alveolus. The blood capillaries are also shown. The lung`s smallest bronchioles terminate in respiratory ducts that lead into the clusters of alveoli called air sacs (also known as alveolar sacs), shown here.

Keywords: Live Action Video, Stock, Anatomy, General Medicine, Respiratory

© Hector Aiza
medical illustration of Retinal photograph (fundus view) of the left eye showing central retinal vein occlusion (CRVO), a blockage of the retinal vein that can cause damage to the retina and blindness. medical illustration of Retinal photograph (fundus view) of the left eye showing central retinal vein occlusion (CRVO), a blockage of the retinal vein that can cause damage to the retina and blindness.

Central Retinal Vein Occlusion

Retinal photograph (fundus view) of the left eye showing central retinal vein occlusion (CRVO), a blockage of the retinal vein that can cause damage to the retina and blindness.

Keywords: Live Action Video, Stock, General Medicine, Ophthalmology

© Willliam Feig
medical illustration of A patient undergoes an optometry exam during which the eye is illuminated to reveal the state of the cornea, retina and lens. The regular eye exam is important in detecting any visual problems at the earliest possible stage. medical illustration of A patient undergoes an optometry exam during which the eye is illuminated to reveal the state of the cornea, retina and lens. The regular eye exam is important in detecting any visual problems at the earliest possible stage.

Optometry Exam

A patient undergoes an optometry exam during which the eye is illuminated to reveal the state of the cornea, retina and lens. The regular eye exam is important in detecting any visual problems at the earliest possible stage.

Keywords: Live Action Video, Stock, General Medicine, Ophthalmology

© UIG
medical illustration of Close-up of severe psoriatic arthritis, showing bent and inflamed toes on the feet of a 44 year old woman. This form of arthritis is often associated with psoriasis, a chronic skindisorder characterized by a buildup of excess skin cells. P soriatic arthritis causes pain, stiffness, and inflammation of the joints. medical illustration of Close-up of severe psoriatic arthritis, showing bent and inflamed toes on the feet of a 44 year old woman. This form of arthritis is often associated with psoriasis, a chronic skindisorder characterized by a buildup of excess skin cells. P soriatic arthritis causes pain, stiffness, and inflammation of the joints.

Psoriatic Arthritis of the feet.

Close-up of severe psoriatic arthritis, showing bent and inflamed toes on the feet of a 44 year old woman. This form of arthritis is often associated with psoriasis, a chronic skindisorder characterized by a buildup of excess skin cells. P soriatic arthritis causes pain, stiffness, and inflammation of the joints.

Keywords: Live Action Video, Stock, General Medicine, Orthopaedics

© Dr. Allan Harris
medical illustration of 3D male figure riding on bicycle showing the muscles of the body, lateral view. medical illustration of 3D male figure riding on bicycle showing the muscles of the body, lateral view.

Male figure on a bicycle showing the muscles.

3D male figure riding on bicycle showing the muscles of the body, lateral view.

Keywords: Live Action Video, Stock, Anatomy, General Medicine, Orthopaedics, Physical Therapy, Injuries

© Hector Aiza
medical illustration of Three-quarter view of the female breast anatomy with a lump highlighted in red. medical illustration of Three-quarter view of the female breast anatomy with a lump highlighted in red.

Illustration of breast cancer

Three-quarter view of the female breast anatomy with a lump highlighted in red.

Keywords: Live Action Video, Stock, Professional Education, Disease Management, General Medicine, Obstetrics / Gynecology

©Science Picture Co
medical illustration of Hallux valgus on the big toe, seen on an x-ray of the right foot. medical illustration of Hallux valgus on the big toe, seen on an x-ray of the right foot.

Hallux vulgus. Bunion.

Hallux valgus on the big toe, seen on an x-ray of the right foot.

Keywords: Stock, General Medicine, General Surgery, Orthopaedics, Injuries

© BSIP
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medical illustration of SEM of a Drosophila melanogaster, mag. 80x (at 4 x 5 in.), a fruit fly commonly used in genetic research.
medical illustration of Endoscopy showing diverticula of the colon.
medical illustration of Female human embryo, seven weeks after fertilization. The fetus is enveloped in the amniotic sac and attached to the placenta. The umbilical cord size is 18mm.
medical illustration of Illustration of the reward pathway of the brain, which is indispensable to human survival because it associates the execution of vital functions with strong sensations of satisfaction, pleasure, and happiness.
medical illustration of This scanning electron micrograph (SEM) depicted a number of red blood cells found enmeshed in a fibrinous matrix on the luminal surface of an indwelling vascular catheter, mag. 7766x.
medical illustration of SEM. Syncephalastrum racemosum is a filamentous fungus that causes human pathogen, mag. 105x (at 24 x 36 mm). It can cause nail disease (especially in damaged nails) along with other human diseases such as: zygomycosis, cutaneous infections and otomycosis. The genus Syncephalastrum is commonly isolated from soil and animal feces, especially in tropical and subtropical areas.
medical illustration of Anatomy of the blood-brain barrier showing a cross section of the brain. Rectangle in the brain indicates the enlarged area.
medical illustration of Illustration of embolus in the heart and lungs.
medical illustration of SEM of fungi, 7kx.
medical illustration of SEM of Northern black widow spider - male (Latrodectus variolus). Latrodectus variolus is a venomous spider found throughout the eastern US, from southern Canada to Florida, and west to eastern Texas. The female has the typical black widow red hourglass- shape mark on the underside of her abdomen. The marking is incomplete or split in the middle.
medical illustration of Obstetrical ultrasound study of a 24 year old female primiparous (pregnant for the first time) patient who is 6 months 2 weeks pregnant. The 2D ultrasound shows a right profile view of the neck,head and right arm of a normal fetus.
medical illustration of Infant delivered by Caesarean section.
medical illustration of CT scan showing liver metastases from colon cancer.
medical illustration of Cardiac surgeon using a valve-sizing device to determine appropriate aortic valve prosthesis.
medical illustration of Using a Covidien Ligasure during a sigmoid colon resection for acute diverticulitis.
medical illustration of Illustration of a Herpes Zoster Virus emerging from a ribbon-like female body.
medical illustration of Stylized illustration showing red blood cells flowing through the blood stream.
medical illustration of Stylized illustration of strands of human DNA, deoxyribonucleic acid.
medical illustration of Herpes simplex virus (HSV). HSV causes cold sores and genital herpes. Image produced using high-dynamic-range imaging (HDRI) from an image taken with transmission electron microscopy. Viral diameter around 200 nm.
medical illustration of Illustration collage depicting the role of oxytocin in causing uterine contractions. Elevated estrogen levels in late pregnancy trigger the synthesis of prooxyphysin in hypothalamic nuclei. This leads to the release of oxytocin from the posterior pituitary. It is also synthesized in the placenta. There is a subsequent increase in the display of oxytocin receptors in the deciduas and myometrium of the uterine wall.
medical illustration of Scanning electron micrograph of a cancer cell (red) being attacked by T-lymphocytes (yellow). The cancer cell is from a patient with kidney and liver cancer and the lymphocytes are type O tumor infiltrating lymphocytes (TIL).
medical illustration of MRI of the normal brain and spinal cord in a 35 year old man, midsagittal section.
medical illustration of Medical illustration showing man with a migraine headache.
medical illustration of Medical illustration of a cesarean section.
medical illustration of Baby boy minutes after birth.
medical illustration of Medical illustration of the central and autonomic nervous systems, seen in a female figure, sagittal view. Shown here are the central nervous system (yellow) and the autonomic (involuntary) nervous system, which is split into sympathetic (red) and parasympathetic (blue) divisions.
medical illustration of Ophthalmology. Red eye. Acute inflammation and redness of the conjunctiva of the right eye in a 36 year old woman with red eye resulting from a corneal abrasion.
medical illustration of Nervous system. Carpal tunnel. A linear scar with sutures in situ from the palm to the wrist, following median nerve decompression surgery to treat carpal tunnel syndrome in a man.
medical illustration of Plaque psoriasis on the forearm in a 45 year old male patient.
medical illustration of Illustration of the arm with transparent skin to show injury to the lateral epicondyle tendon, known as lateral epicondylitis or tennis elbow.
medical illustration of Illustration of fear: a woman`s face registering fear.
medical illustration of Illustration of the herpes simplex virus (HSV), a cause of genital herpes, cold sores, and other lesions of the skin andmucous membranes.
medical illustration of Illustration of multiple sclerosis (MS), a neurodegenerative disease characterized by demyelination of the axons of neurons in the central nervous system.
medical illustration of Multiple legionella pneumophila bacteria. L. Pneumophila is the causative agent of legionellosis or legionnaires` disease.
medical illustration of SEM photocomposite of Staphylococcus aureus on the surface of the small intestine, mag. 800x, bacteria; 49x, intestine (at 24 x 36 mm). S. aureus is a gram-positive, methicillin-resistant, coccus prokaryote. S. aureus in humans can cause food poisoning, toxic shock syndrome, and skin and wound infections such as scalded skin syndrome, scarlet fever, erysipelas and impetigo.
medical illustration of A small bowel surgical anastomosis using a Covidien linear cutter.
medical illustration of Illustration. Researchers are experimenting with the use of very thin nanofibers to mimic blood vessels and nerves, which are the normal pathways for the spread of glioblastoma cancer in the brain. The hope is to redirect the glioblastoma cancer cells along the fibers to a toxic gel, which destroys them, or to another part of the body where they are more easily operable.
medical illustration of Scanning electron micrograph of Yersinia pestis, which causes bubonic plague, on proventricular spines of a Xenopsylla cheopis flea
medical illustration of Illustration of psoriatic arthritis. Tumor necrosis factors (TNF) are attacking skeletal joints.
medical illustration of Scanning electron micrograph of a dividing C2 muscle myoblast (a primitive muscle cell), mag. 1000x.
medical illustration of Face shattered into glass shards, symbolizing confusion.
medical illustration of Mammogram, side view, showing cancer of the breast.
medical illustration of Illustration of the lung`s air sacs, with a cutaway view of one alveolus. The blood capillaries are also shown. The lung`s smallest bronchioles terminate in respiratory ducts that lead into the clusters of alveoli called air sacs (also known as alveolar sacs), shown here.
medical illustration of Retinal photograph (fundus view) of the left eye showing central retinal vein occlusion (CRVO), a blockage of the retinal vein that can cause damage to the retina and blindness.
medical illustration of A patient undergoes an optometry exam during which the eye is illuminated to reveal the state of the cornea, retina and lens. The regular eye exam is important in detecting any visual problems at the earliest possible stage.
medical illustration of Close-up of severe psoriatic arthritis, showing bent and inflamed toes on the feet of a 44 year old woman. This form of arthritis is often associated with psoriasis, a chronic skindisorder characterized by a buildup of excess skin cells. P soriatic arthritis causes pain, stiffness, and inflammation of the joints.
medical illustration of 3D male figure riding on bicycle showing the muscles of the body, lateral view.
medical illustration of Three-quarter view of the female breast anatomy with a lump highlighted in red.
medical illustration of Hallux valgus on the big toe, seen on an x-ray of the right foot.

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