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Arteriovenous Malformation (AVM) in the Brain 

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medical illustration of An AVM is an abnormal tangle of blood vessels that bypasses the capillary system and connects arteries directly to veins. This visualization depicts a medium-sized AVM located on the surface of the frontal lobe. Cognition used a simple, hand drawn approach to introduce the viewer to the anatomy and pathology of a brain AVM. Created with graphite on paper and Adobe Photoshop.
Next medical illustration of This series represents a procedure using GPS to get to the center of an ICH (intracerebral hemorrhage), deliver a drug that is then activated and dispersed by an ultrasound pulse. The lytic causes the clot to liquify for drainage purposes. This was done using an HB pencil on marker paper plus Photoshop and Illustrator.
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ICH EKOS Series

An AVM is an abnormal tangle of blood vessels that bypasses the capillary system and connects arteries directly to veins. This visualization depicts a medium-sized AVM located on the surface of the frontal lobe. Cognition used a simple, hand drawn approach to introduce the viewer to the anatomy and pathology of a brain AVM. Created with graphite on paper and Adobe Photoshop.

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