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Bone Resorption by Osteoclast 

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Progression of Rheumatoid Arthrtis

medical illustration of This illustration received the RX Club Award of Excellence. It depicts an osteoclast cell within the matrix of cancellous bone. The illustrated cell is shown in its activated state in which it has developed the characteristic 'brush border' that secretes acid and enzymes involved in the decalcification and resorption of underlying bone. The smaller cells in the background are osteoblasts involved in the formation of new bone tissue.
Next medical illustration of This illustration was created as a large scale mural and exhibit panel for a global pharmaceutical firm. It represents a vertical section taken through a synovial joint damaged by rheumatoid arthritis. The major events in the pathogenesis of rheumatoid are shown.

Pathogenesis of Rheumatoid Arthritis

This illustration received the RX Club Award of Excellence. It depicts an osteoclast cell within the matrix of cancellous bone. The illustrated cell is shown in its activated state in which it has developed the characteristic 'brush border' that secretes acid and enzymes involved in the decalcification and resorption of underlying bone. The smaller cells in the background are osteoblasts involved in the formation of new bone tissue.

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