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Cynthia S. Gordon

Pathophysiology of AVS & Coronary Artery Disease 

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Loss of Muscle Mass

medical illustration of This illustration was prepared to accompany a medical journal article by Alex Milin, M.D., UCLA Dept. of Cardiology. It shows the process of advancing Aortic Valve Stenosis (AVS) and Coronary Artery Disease (CAD) at a molecular level. The stages of disease, from early to late, are shown through microscopic images of affected tissues, as well as by a detailed graphic representation of the various cells and chemicals involved.
Next medical animation of Animation compares correct posture with poor posture, which, if ignored, can lead to Anterior Shoulder Syndrome. The proper alignment of anatomical landmarks is shown first. The animation then highlights the problem areas that can result from poor posture, including a forward head, dowager hump, and rounded shoulders, along with neck and back pain. This animation was adapted from an educational brochure prepared for a chiropractor to use with her patients.

Animation of Anterior Shoulder Syndrome

This illustration was prepared to accompany a medical journal article by Alex Milin, M.D., UCLA Dept. of Cardiology. It shows the process of advancing Aortic Valve Stenosis (AVS) and Coronary Artery Disease (CAD) at a molecular level. The stages of disease, from early to late, are shown through microscopic images of affected tissues, as well as by a detailed graphic representation of the various cells and chemicals involved.

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