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medical illustration of Medical legal illustration depicting the relative sizes of developing fetuses during weeks 14 through 22–one image out of a series created for an attorney. / pregnancy, obstetrics, fetal development, fetus, second trimester, female reproductive anatomy, medical legal medical illustration of Medical legal illustration depicting the relative sizes of developing fetuses during weeks 14 through 22–one image out of a series created for an attorney. / pregnancy, obstetrics, fetal development, fetus, second trimester, female reproductive anatomy, medical legal

Fetal Development in Utero: Week 14

Medical legal illustration depicting the relative sizes of developing fetuses during weeks 14 through 22–one image out of a series created for an attorney. / pregnancy, obstetrics, fetal development, fetus, second trimester, female reproductive anatomy, medical legal

Keywords: Color, Line with Color, Education, Web, Medical-Legal, Anatomy, Maternal / Child, Obstetrics / Gynecology, Legal Exhibits

© Virginia E. Fulford
medical illustration of Chemical models of aminoacids:
alanine - ala - A 
arginine - arg - R 
asparagine - asn - N 
aspartic acid - asp - D 
cysteine - cys - C 
glutamine - gln - Q 
glutamic acid - glu - E 
glycine - gly - G 
histidine - his - H 
isoleucine - ile - I 
leucine - leu - L 
lysine - lys - K 
methionine - met - M 
phenylalanine - phe - F 
proline - pro - P 
serine - ser - S 
threonine - thr - T 
tryptophan - trp - W 
tyrosine - tyr - Y 
valine - val - V 
medical illustration of Chemical models of aminoacids:
alanine - ala - A 
arginine - arg - R 
asparagine - asn - N 
aspartic acid - asp - D 
cysteine - cys - C 
glutamine - gln - Q 
glutamic acid - glu - E 
glycine - gly - G 
histidine - his - H 
isoleucine - ile - I 
leucine - leu - L 
lysine - lys - K 
methionine - met - M 
phenylalanine - phe - F 
proline - pro - P 
serine - ser - S 
threonine - thr - T 
tryptophan - trp - W 
tyrosine - tyr - Y 
valine - val - V

Chemical models of aminoacids

Chemical models of aminoacids: alanine - ala - A arginine - arg - R asparagine - asn - N aspartic acid - asp - D cysteine - cys - C glutamine - gln - Q glutamic acid - glu - E glycine - gly - G histidine - his - H isoleucine - ile - I leucine - leu - L lysine - lys - K methionine - met - M phenylalanine - phe - F proline - pro - P serine - ser - S threonine - thr - T tryptophan - trp - W tyrosine - tyr - Y valine - val - V

Keywords: 3D, Research, Biology, Biotechnology, Molecular Biology

© Marcin Klapczynski
medical illustration of Black & White, Education, Publishing, Medical Devices, Thoracic Surgery, Transplantation Surgery medical illustration of Black & White, Education, Publishing, Medical Devices, Thoracic Surgery, Transplantation Surgery

Robotic LVAD Implantation

Keywords: Black & White, Education, Publishing, Medical Devices, Thoracic Surgery, Transplantation Surgery

© Elsevier, Inc.
medical illustration of Bone remodeling unit is composed of several distinct cell types that originate from either the hematopoietic or mesenchymal lineages. medical illustration of Bone remodeling unit is composed of several distinct cell types that originate from either the hematopoietic or mesenchymal lineages.

Osteoclast-osteoblast-osteocyte differentiation

Bone remodeling unit is composed of several distinct cell types that originate from either the hematopoietic or mesenchymal lineages.

Keywords: Color, Editorial, Publishing, Cell biology / Histology, Endocrinology / Metabolic, Molecular Biology, Mechanism of Action (MOA)

© Kimberly Battista
medical illustration of Cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulator (CFTR) can be genetically modified to remediate the worst aspects of the disease. This video discusses how the mechanism was modulated to good effect in several patients, for a professional conference at Johns Hopkins University. medical illustration of Cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulator (CFTR) can be genetically modified to remediate the worst aspects of the disease. This video discusses how the mechanism was modulated to good effect in several patients, for a professional conference at Johns Hopkins University.

Cystic fibrosis

Cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulator (CFTR) can be genetically modified to remediate the worst aspects of the disease. This video discusses how the mechanism was modulated to good effect in several patients, for a professional conference at Johns Hopkins University.

Keywords: Models, Video, Education, Technology, Research, Alternative Medicine, Biotechnology, Cell biology / Histology, Molecular Biology, Mechanism of Action (MOA)

© David Bolinsky
medical illustration of 3D model of Daphnia (aka, water flea), a freshwater planktonic crustacean that is an important part of the aquatic food chain. medical illustration of 3D model of Daphnia (aka, water flea), a freshwater planktonic crustacean that is an important part of the aquatic food chain.

3D Model of Daphnia

3D model of Daphnia (aka, water flea), a freshwater planktonic crustacean that is an important part of the aquatic food chain.

Keywords: 3D, Models, Editorial, Education, Biology, Natural Science / Nature, Zoology

© Todd Buck
medical illustration of Chicago Medical Graphics is a team of medical illustrators with studios in both Texas and the Chicago Loop.  We create 2-D and 3-D custom demonstrative evidence for litigation and mediation, including traditional and digital still media, plus animation. ( medlegal, attorney, attorneys, law, malpractice, liability, injury, trauma, burn, burns, legal, accident, lawyer, fasciotomy, eschartomy, metabolic acidosis, fracture, fractures,  https://www.chicagomedicalgraphics.com/) medical illustration of Chicago Medical Graphics is a team of medical illustrators with studios in both Texas and the Chicago Loop.  We create 2-D and 3-D custom demonstrative evidence for litigation and mediation, including traditional and digital still media, plus animation. ( medlegal, attorney, attorneys, law, malpractice, liability, injury, trauma, burn, burns, legal, accident, lawyer, fasciotomy, eschartomy, metabolic acidosis, fracture, fractures,  https://www.chicagomedicalgraphics.com/)

CMG Trial Exhibit - Explosion Injuries | Acidosis

Chicago Medical Graphics is a team of medical illustrators with studios in both Texas and the Chicago Loop. We create 2-D and 3-D custom demonstrative evidence for litigation and mediation, including traditional and digital still media, plus animation. ( medlegal, attorney, attorneys, law, malpractice, liability, injury, trauma, burn, burns, legal, accident, lawyer, fasciotomy, eschartomy, metabolic acidosis, fracture, fractures, https://www.chicagomedicalgraphics.com/)

Keywords: Information Graphics, Medical Malpractice, Medical-Legal, Product Liability, Dermatology, Orthopaedics, Injuries, Legal Exhibits

© Peg Gerrity
medical illustration of Placental abruption occurs when the placenta detaches from the inner wall of the womb before delivery. The condition can deprive the baby of oxygen and nutrients. medical illustration of Placental abruption occurs when the placenta detaches from the inner wall of the womb before delivery. The condition can deprive the baby of oxygen and nutrients.

Placental Abruption

Placental abruption occurs when the placenta detaches from the inner wall of the womb before delivery. The condition can deprive the baby of oxygen and nutrients.

Keywords: Color, Medical Malpractice, Medical-Legal, Reproductive Biology

© Kevin Clark
medical illustration of Anatomy of the dermis and epidermis medical illustration of Anatomy of the dermis and epidermis

Skin Layers

Anatomy of the dermis and epidermis

Keywords: Airbrush, Patient Education, Stock, Web, Professional Education, Interactive, Anatomy, Cell biology / Histology, Dermatology

© Marie Dauenheimer
medical illustration of brain anatomy pediatrics child neurons cross section science editorial design layout publishing medical device medical legal patient sleep medical illustration of brain anatomy pediatrics child neurons cross section science editorial design layout publishing medical device medical legal patient sleep

Characterizing Sleep

brain anatomy pediatrics child neurons cross section science editorial design layout publishing medical device medical legal patient sleep

Keywords: Collage, Design, Information Graphics, Editorial, Publishing, Medical-Legal, Personal Injury, Anatomy, Biology, Biotechnology

© Catherine Delphia
medical illustration of CRISPR/Cas9 - Targeted Genome Editing medical illustration of CRISPR/Cas9 - Targeted Genome Editing

CRISPR/Cas9

CRISPR/Cas9 - Targeted Genome Editing

Keywords: Color, 3D, Advertising / Marketing, Editorial, Web, Research, Biotechnology, Cell biology / Histology, General Medicine, Molecular Biology

© Ella Marushchenko
medical illustration of Birds Drawing: European Goldfinch. 
Graphite and colored pencil on paper. Photorealism/Hyperrealism Drawing.
medical illustration of Birds Drawing: European Goldfinch. 
Graphite and colored pencil on paper. Photorealism/Hyperrealism Drawing.

European Goldfinch

Birds Drawing: European Goldfinch. Graphite and colored pencil on paper. Photorealism/Hyperrealism Drawing.

Keywords: Color, Editorial, Education, Museum / Zoo, Publishing, Biology, Natural History, Natural Science / Nature, Ornithology, Zoology

© David Hamuel

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© Sebastian Kaulitzki
medical illustration of Heart with enlarged RV showing ultrasound catheter method to treat pulmonary embolism in pulmonary arteries medical illustration of Heart with enlarged RV showing ultrasound catheter method to treat pulmonary embolism in pulmonary arteries

Treating pulmonary embolism with ultrasound

Heart with enlarged RV showing ultrasound catheter method to treat pulmonary embolism in pulmonary arteries

Keywords: Color, Advertising / Marketing, Editorial, Patient Education, Technology, Biotechnology, Cardiac Surgery / Cardiology, Disease Management, Medical Devices, Respiratory

© Elaine Kurie
medical illustration of Color, Patient Education medical illustration of Color, Patient Education

TMJ pain

Keywords: Color, Patient Education

medical illustration of Color, 3D, Editorial, Publishing, Cell biology / Histology, Genetics, Molecular Biology, Natural Science / Nature medical illustration of Color, 3D, Editorial, Publishing, Cell biology / Histology, Genetics, Molecular Biology, Natural Science / Nature

Alien Cell

Keywords: Color, 3D, Editorial, Publishing, Cell biology / Histology, Genetics, Molecular Biology, Natural Science / Nature

© Adam Questell
medical illustration of Illustration depicting adenocarcinoma and neuroendocrine cancer of the pancreas, and cholangiocarcinoma of the gallbladder. medical illustration of Illustration depicting adenocarcinoma and neuroendocrine cancer of the pancreas, and cholangiocarcinoma of the gallbladder.

Pancreatic Cancer

Illustration depicting adenocarcinoma and neuroendocrine cancer of the pancreas, and cholangiocarcinoma of the gallbladder.

Keywords: Color, Education, Patient Education, Professional Education, Anatomy, Disease Management, Endocrinology / Metabolic, General Medicine, General Surgery, Oncology

© Columbia University
medical illustration of Advertising / Marketing, Editorial, Education, Museum / Zoo, Publishing, Stock, Biology, Natural Science / Nature, Veterinary Medicine, Zoology medical illustration of Advertising / Marketing, Editorial, Education, Museum / Zoo, Publishing, Stock, Biology, Natural Science / Nature, Veterinary Medicine, Zoology

Toucan

Keywords: Advertising / Marketing, Editorial, Education, Museum / Zoo, Publishing, Stock, Biology, Natural Science / Nature, Veterinary Medicine, Zoology

© Krystyna Srodulski
medical illustration of Color, Advertising / Marketing, Editorial, Endocrinology / Metabolic, General Medicine, Molecular Biology, Health & Wellness, Pathology medical illustration of Color, Advertising / Marketing, Editorial, Endocrinology / Metabolic, General Medicine, Molecular Biology, Health & Wellness, Pathology

Electrolytes in our body

Keywords: Color, Advertising / Marketing, Editorial, Endocrinology / Metabolic, General Medicine, Molecular Biology, Health & Wellness, Pathology

© Kari C. Toverud
medical illustration of The role of insulin and excess luteinizing hormone in Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome. medical illustration of The role of insulin and excess luteinizing hormone in Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome.

Role of Androgens in PCOS

The role of insulin and excess luteinizing hormone in Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome.

Keywords: Color, Information Graphics, Education, Patient Education, Professional Education, Endocrinology / Metabolic, Maternal / Child, Obstetrics / Gynecology, Reproductive Biology, Health & Wellness

©SilverLeafStudios LLC
medical illustration of An illustration for a patient book for the drug Abraxane, for the treatment of pancreatic cancer. medical illustration of An illustration for a patient book for the drug Abraxane, for the treatment of pancreatic cancer.

Pancreas and surrounding structures

An illustration for a patient book for the drug Abraxane, for the treatment of pancreatic cancer.

Keywords: Color, Patient Education, Anatomy

© Celgene
medical illustration of Photosphop illustration drawn from observation of Hippotamus skull medical illustration of Photosphop illustration drawn from observation of Hippotamus skull

Observational drawing of Hippopotamus skull

Photosphop illustration drawn from observation of Hippotamus skull

Keywords: Line with Color, Editorial, Education, Museum / Zoo, Publishing, Anatomy, Biology, Natural Science / Nature, Veterinary Medicine, Zoology

© Maxwell Yeager
medical illustration of A CGI, representation of back pain. Back pain is one of the leading reasons why workers need to take sick leave. Muscle strains are the most common cause of low back pain. A ruptured intervertebral disc, also called a herniated disc, is another common cause of back pain. Spinal stenosis  also causes back pain in the aging population. medical illustration of A CGI, representation of back pain. Back pain is one of the leading reasons why workers need to take sick leave. Muscle strains are the most common cause of low back pain. A ruptured intervertebral disc, also called a herniated disc, is another common cause of back pain. Spinal stenosis  also causes back pain in the aging population.

Sever backpain

A CGI, representation of back pain. Back pain is one of the leading reasons why workers need to take sick leave. Muscle strains are the most common cause of low back pain. A ruptured intervertebral disc, also called a herniated disc, is another common cause of back pain. Spinal stenosis also causes back pain in the aging population.

Keywords: 3D, Advertising / Marketing, Editorial, Personal Injury, Anatomy, General Surgery, Orthopaedics, Injuries

© Craig Zuckerman

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© Zusammen, UGA, NIH

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© David Dunston
medical illustration of Cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulator (CFTR) can be genetically modified to remediate the worst aspects of the disease. This video discusses how the mechanism was modulated to good effect in several patients, for a professional conference at Johns Hopkins University. medical illustration of Cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulator (CFTR) can be genetically modified to remediate the worst aspects of the disease. This video discusses how the mechanism was modulated to good effect in several patients, for a professional conference at Johns Hopkins University.

Cystic fibrosis

Cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulator (CFTR) can be genetically modified to remediate the worst aspects of the disease. This video discusses how the mechanism was modulated to good effect in several patients, for a professional conference at Johns Hopkins University.

Keywords: Models, Video, Education, Technology, Research, Alternative Medicine, Biotechnology, Cell biology / Histology, Molecular Biology, Mechanism of Action (MOA)

© David Bolinsky
medical illustration of Nativis has developed a molecular biology approach to treating glioblastoma that avoids surgery, chemo and radiation. Our animation shows the technology breakthrough and the MOA. With checkpoint inhibition turned off, T-cells aggressively attack glioblastoma cells in situ. medical illustration of Nativis has developed a molecular biology approach to treating glioblastoma that avoids surgery, chemo and radiation. Our animation shows the technology breakthrough and the MOA. With checkpoint inhibition turned off, T-cells aggressively attack glioblastoma cells in situ.

New technology for glioblastoma treatment

Nativis has developed a molecular biology approach to treating glioblastoma that avoids surgery, chemo and radiation. Our animation shows the technology breakthrough and the MOA. With checkpoint inhibition turned off, T-cells aggressively attack glioblastoma cells in situ.

Keywords: Models, Microscopy, Editorial, Patient Education, Mobile, Research, Biotechnology, Cell biology / Histology, Neuroscience, Oncology

© David Bolinsky
medical illustration of 3D model of Daphnia (aka, water flea), a freshwater planktonic crustacean that is an important part of the aquatic food chain. medical illustration of 3D model of Daphnia (aka, water flea), a freshwater planktonic crustacean that is an important part of the aquatic food chain.

3D Model of Daphnia

3D model of Daphnia (aka, water flea), a freshwater planktonic crustacean that is an important part of the aquatic food chain.

Keywords: 3D, Models, Editorial, Education, Biology, Natural Science / Nature, Zoology

© Todd Buck
medical illustration of From a series of interactive animations for Unilever comparing normal skin structures and how differently they respond to chronological aging and photodamage. medical illustration of From a series of interactive animations for Unilever comparing normal skin structures and how differently they respond to chronological aging and photodamage.

Chronological vs Photoaging of skin

From a series of interactive animations for Unilever comparing normal skin structures and how differently they respond to chronological aging and photodamage.

Keywords: Animation, 3D, Advertising / Marketing, Editorial, Education, Multimedia, Patient Education, Interactive, Cell biology / Histology, Dermatology

© David Bolinsky
medical illustration of We create visually functional, accurate and aesthetically pleasing digital models of technology prototypes for marketing and virtual testing. medical illustration of We create visually functional, accurate and aesthetically pleasing digital models of technology prototypes for marketing and virtual testing.

Technology prototype

We create visually functional, accurate and aesthetically pleasing digital models of technology prototypes for marketing and virtual testing.

Keywords: Design, Models, VR/Virtual Reality, Advertising / Marketing, Editorial, Technology, Professional Education, Alternative Medicine, Biotechnology, Molecular Biology

© David Bolinsky
medical illustration of brain anatomy pediatrics child neurons cross section science editorial design layout publishing medical device medical legal patient sleep medical illustration of brain anatomy pediatrics child neurons cross section science editorial design layout publishing medical device medical legal patient sleep

Characterizing Sleep

brain anatomy pediatrics child neurons cross section science editorial design layout publishing medical device medical legal patient sleep

Keywords: Collage, Design, Information Graphics, Editorial, Publishing, Medical-Legal, Personal Injury, Anatomy, Biology, Biotechnology

© Catherine Delphia
medical illustration of Bone remodeling unit is composed of several distinct cell types that originate from either the hematopoietic or mesenchymal lineages. medical illustration of Bone remodeling unit is composed of several distinct cell types that originate from either the hematopoietic or mesenchymal lineages.

Osteoclast-osteoblast-osteocyte differentiation

Bone remodeling unit is composed of several distinct cell types that originate from either the hematopoietic or mesenchymal lineages.

Keywords: Color, Editorial, Publishing, Cell biology / Histology, Endocrinology / Metabolic, Molecular Biology, Mechanism of Action (MOA)

© Kimberly Battista
medical illustration of The role of insulin and excess luteinizing hormone in Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome. medical illustration of The role of insulin and excess luteinizing hormone in Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome.

Role of Androgens in PCOS

The role of insulin and excess luteinizing hormone in Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome.

Keywords: Color, Information Graphics, Education, Patient Education, Professional Education, Endocrinology / Metabolic, Maternal / Child, Obstetrics / Gynecology, Reproductive Biology, Health & Wellness

©SilverLeafStudios LLC
medical illustration of Navigable 3D model of neuron for an interactive community college science course on cell biology, based on 'Bio Beyond', created with Smart Sparrow and Arizona State University from a grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. This model was also set up experimentally to be explored on an HTC Vibe VR system. medical illustration of Navigable 3D model of neuron for an interactive community college science course on cell biology, based on 'Bio Beyond', created with Smart Sparrow and Arizona State University from a grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. This model was also set up experimentally to be explored on an HTC Vibe VR system.

'Into the Cell'

Navigable 3D model of neuron for an interactive community college science course on cell biology, based on 'Bio Beyond', created with Smart Sparrow and Arizona State University from a grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. This model was also set up experimentally to be explored on an HTC Vibe VR system.

Keywords: Animation, 3D, VR/Virtual Reality, Education, Web, Games, Interactive, Biotechnology, Cell biology / Histology, Molecular Biology

© David Bolinsky
medical illustration of From a series of interactive animations for Unilever comparing normal skin structures and how differently they respond to chronological aging and photodamage. medical illustration of From a series of interactive animations for Unilever comparing normal skin structures and how differently they respond to chronological aging and photodamage.

Chronological vs Youthful skin

From a series of interactive animations for Unilever comparing normal skin structures and how differently they respond to chronological aging and photodamage.

Keywords: Animation, 3D, Advertising / Marketing, Editorial, Education, Multimedia, Publishing, Biotechnology, Cell biology / Histology, Dermatology

© David Bolinsky
medical illustration of Anatomically accurate 3D reconstruction of a dendritic cell. medical illustration of Anatomically accurate 3D reconstruction of a dendritic cell.

Dendritic Cell

Anatomically accurate 3D reconstruction of a dendritic cell.

Keywords: Design, 3D, Models, Editorial, Technology, Professional Education, Allergy / Immunology, Biotechnology, Cell biology / Histology, Pathology

© David Bolinsky
medical illustration of Anatomy of the dermis and epidermis medical illustration of Anatomy of the dermis and epidermis

Skin Layers

Anatomy of the dermis and epidermis

Keywords: Airbrush, Patient Education, Stock, Web, Professional Education, Interactive, Anatomy, Cell biology / Histology, Dermatology

© Marie Dauenheimer
medical illustration of Anatomy of the bovine lymphatic system, skeletal system, and central nervous system for an educational program on bovine spongiform encephalopathy, also known as medical illustration of Anatomy of the bovine lymphatic system, skeletal system, and central nervous system for an educational program on bovine spongiform encephalopathy, also known as

bovine spongiform encephalopathy

Anatomy of the bovine lymphatic system, skeletal system, and central nervous system for an educational program on bovine spongiform encephalopathy, also known as "mad cow disease".

Keywords: Education, Publishing, Stock, Web, Interactive, Research, Anatomy, Veterinary Medicine, Pathology

© Marie Dauenheimer
medical illustration of This three minute pilot animation was created for a production company in Mexico City to visualize a children's adventure book written by Julio Frenk, M.D. (now president of the University of Miami). The book follows the adventures thru the human body by three lively amino acid characters. medical illustration of This three minute pilot animation was created for a production company in Mexico City to visualize a children's adventure book written by Julio Frenk, M.D. (now president of the University of Miami). The book follows the adventures thru the human body by three lively amino acid characters.

Triptofanito

This three minute pilot animation was created for a production company in Mexico City to visualize a children's adventure book written by Julio Frenk, M.D. (now president of the University of Miami). The book follows the adventures thru the human body by three lively amino acid characters.

Keywords: Animation, 3D, Advertising / Marketing, Education, Multimedia, Product Demonstration, Interactive, Anatomy, Cell biology / Histology, Health & Wellness

© David Bolinsky
medical illustration of Heart with enlarged RV showing ultrasound catheter method to treat pulmonary embolism in pulmonary arteries medical illustration of Heart with enlarged RV showing ultrasound catheter method to treat pulmonary embolism in pulmonary arteries

Treating pulmonary embolism with ultrasound

Heart with enlarged RV showing ultrasound catheter method to treat pulmonary embolism in pulmonary arteries

Keywords: Color, Advertising / Marketing, Editorial, Patient Education, Technology, Biotechnology, Cardiac Surgery / Cardiology, Disease Management, Medical Devices, Respiratory

© Elaine Kurie
medical illustration of Physiological and functional connections between the Vestibular and Limbic systems. medical illustration of Physiological and functional connections between the Vestibular and Limbic systems.

Vestibular System and Limbic System

Physiological and functional connections between the Vestibular and Limbic systems.

Keywords: Color, Information Graphics, Education, Patient Education, Professional Education, Allergy / Immunology, Alternative Medicine, Anatomy, General Medicine, Health & Wellness

© Silverleaf Studios

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© Marie Dauenheimer
medical illustration of From a series of interactive animations for Unilever comparing normal skin structures and how differently they respond to chronological aging and photodamage. medical illustration of From a series of interactive animations for Unilever comparing normal skin structures and how differently they respond to chronological aging and photodamage.

Photoaging skin

From a series of interactive animations for Unilever comparing normal skin structures and how differently they respond to chronological aging and photodamage.

Keywords: Animation, 3D, Advertising / Marketing, Editorial, Education, Stock, Cell biology / Histology, Dermatology, Natural Science / Nature, Mechanism of Action (MOA)

© David Bolinsky

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© Sebastian Kaulitzki
medical illustration of Patient education illustration featuring GERD in children medical illustration of Patient education illustration featuring GERD in children

GERD in Children

Patient education illustration featuring GERD in children

Keywords: Airbrush, Editorial, Patient Education, Publishing, Web, Professional Education, Disease Management, Gastroenterology

© Marie Dauenheimer
medical illustration of We created a series of sixteen animations for Oxford University Press to accompany a nursing neurophysiology book by David Eagleman. This is from the vision module. medical illustration of We created a series of sixteen animations for Oxford University Press to accompany a nursing neurophysiology book by David Eagleman. This is from the vision module.

Neuroanatomy - Eagleman

We created a series of sixteen animations for Oxford University Press to accompany a nursing neurophysiology book by David Eagleman. This is from the vision module.

Keywords: 3D, VR/Virtual Reality, Advertising / Marketing, Editorial, Education, Publishing, Web, Professional Education, Neuroscience, Ophthalmology

© David Bolinsky
medical illustration of Aperion has developed a methodology to remove antigens from pig tissues used to replace ligaments in orthopedic repairs of the ACL, to remove the post-surgical immune response. medical illustration of Aperion has developed a methodology to remove antigens from pig tissues used to replace ligaments in orthopedic repairs of the ACL, to remove the post-surgical immune response.

ACL repair

Aperion has developed a methodology to remove antigens from pig tissues used to replace ligaments in orthopedic repairs of the ACL, to remove the post-surgical immune response.

Keywords: Advertising / Marketing, Patient Education, Technology, Professional Education, Allergy / Immunology, Alternative Medicine, Biotechnology, Cell biology / Histology, Medical Devices, Orthopaedics

© David Bolinsky
medical illustration of One of a series of interactive animations created in partnership with the Frank H. Netter School of Medicine (Quinnipiac University) for a project called Clot Quest - an interactive exploration of blood coagulation. This is from an animated interactive interface for navigation around the various proteins involved in coagulation. medical illustration of One of a series of interactive animations created in partnership with the Frank H. Netter School of Medicine (Quinnipiac University) for a project called Clot Quest - an interactive exploration of blood coagulation. This is from an animated interactive interface for navigation around the various proteins involved in coagulation.

Clot quest

One of a series of interactive animations created in partnership with the Frank H. Netter School of Medicine (Quinnipiac University) for a project called Clot Quest - an interactive exploration of blood coagulation. This is from an animated interactive interface for navigation around the various proteins involved in coagulation.

Keywords: Animation, 3D, Education, Multimedia, Professional Education, Interactive, Biology, Cell biology / Histology, Mechanism of Action (MOA), Hemophilia

© David Bolinsky
medical illustration of Patient educational illustration featuring the difference between epidural, subdural and intracranial hematomas medical illustration of Patient educational illustration featuring the difference between epidural, subdural and intracranial hematomas

Epidural, Subdural and Intracranial Hematomas

Patient educational illustration featuring the difference between epidural, subdural and intracranial hematomas

Keywords: Airbrush, Patient Education, Stock, Medical-Legal, Personal Injury, Professional Education, Anatomy, Disease Management, Neurosurgery, Legal Exhibits

© Marie Dauenheimer
medical illustration of Medical legal illustration depicting the relative sizes of developing fetuses during weeks 14 through 22–one image out of a series created for an attorney. / pregnancy, obstetrics, fetal development, fetus, second trimester, female reproductive anatomy, medical legal medical illustration of Medical legal illustration depicting the relative sizes of developing fetuses during weeks 14 through 22–one image out of a series created for an attorney. / pregnancy, obstetrics, fetal development, fetus, second trimester, female reproductive anatomy, medical legal

Fetal Development in Utero: Week 14

Medical legal illustration depicting the relative sizes of developing fetuses during weeks 14 through 22–one image out of a series created for an attorney. / pregnancy, obstetrics, fetal development, fetus, second trimester, female reproductive anatomy, medical legal

Keywords: Color, Line with Color, Education, Web, Medical-Legal, Anatomy, Maternal / Child, Obstetrics / Gynecology, Legal Exhibits

© Virginia E. Fulford
medical illustration of We created a series of sixteen animations for Oxford University Press to accompany a nursing neurophysiology book by David Eagleman. This is from the hearing module. medical illustration of We created a series of sixteen animations for Oxford University Press to accompany a nursing neurophysiology book by David Eagleman. This is from the hearing module.

Neuroanatomy - Eagleman

We created a series of sixteen animations for Oxford University Press to accompany a nursing neurophysiology book by David Eagleman. This is from the hearing module.

Keywords: Animation, 3D, Apps/Mobile, Advertising / Marketing, Editorial, Education, Publishing, Professional Education, Neuroscience, Mechanism of Action (MOA)

© David Bolinsky
medical illustration of Navigable 3D model of a plant cell for an interactive community college science course on cell biology, based on 'Bio Beyond', created with Smart Sparrow and Arizona State University from a grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. This shows details of the plasmodesmata which allows communication and molecular movement between plant cells. medical illustration of Navigable 3D model of a plant cell for an interactive community college science course on cell biology, based on 'Bio Beyond', created with Smart Sparrow and Arizona State University from a grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. This shows details of the plasmodesmata which allows communication and molecular movement between plant cells.

Bio Beyond

Navigable 3D model of a plant cell for an interactive community college science course on cell biology, based on 'Bio Beyond', created with Smart Sparrow and Arizona State University from a grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. This shows details of the plasmodesmata which allows communication and molecular movement between plant cells.

Keywords: Animation, 3D, Models, Education, Multimedia, Publishing, Web, Games, Interactive, Mobile

© David Bolinsky
medical illustration of Photosphop illustration drawn from observation of Hippotamus skull medical illustration of Photosphop illustration drawn from observation of Hippotamus skull

Observational drawing of Hippopotamus skull

Photosphop illustration drawn from observation of Hippotamus skull

Keywords: Line with Color, Editorial, Education, Museum / Zoo, Publishing, Anatomy, Biology, Natural Science / Nature, Veterinary Medicine, Zoology

© Maxwell Yeager
medical illustration of Birds Drawing: European Goldfinch. 
Graphite and colored pencil on paper. Photorealism/Hyperrealism Drawing.
medical illustration of Birds Drawing: European Goldfinch. 
Graphite and colored pencil on paper. Photorealism/Hyperrealism Drawing.

European Goldfinch

Birds Drawing: European Goldfinch. Graphite and colored pencil on paper. Photorealism/Hyperrealism Drawing.

Keywords: Color, Editorial, Education, Museum / Zoo, Publishing, Biology, Natural History, Natural Science / Nature, Ornithology, Zoology

© David Hamuel
medical illustration of infographic instruction step-by-step patient education procedure nursing pediatrics hospital room hospital equipment medical illustration of infographic instruction step-by-step patient education procedure nursing pediatrics hospital room hospital equipment

Hospital Information Graphics

infographic instruction step-by-step patient education procedure nursing pediatrics hospital room hospital equipment

Keywords: Information Graphics, Line with Color, Editorial, Patient Education, Publishing, Web, Medical-Legal, Maternal / Child, Medical Devices, Neuroscience

© Catherine Delphia

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© Marie Dauenheimer
medical illustration of Black & White, Education, Publishing, Medical Devices, Thoracic Surgery, Transplantation Surgery medical illustration of Black & White, Education, Publishing, Medical Devices, Thoracic Surgery, Transplantation Surgery

Robotic LVAD Implantation

Keywords: Black & White, Education, Publishing, Medical Devices, Thoracic Surgery, Transplantation Surgery

© Elsevier, Inc.

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© Marie Dauenheimer
medical illustration of Skeleton and organ system shown among floating HIV viruses and bacteria. medical illustration of Skeleton and organ system shown among floating HIV viruses and bacteria.

Anatomy Revealed

Skeleton and organ system shown among floating HIV viruses and bacteria.

Keywords: Advertising / Marketing, Editorial, Education, Anatomy, Disease Management, Virology

© Todd Buck
medical illustration of Placental abruption occurs when the placenta detaches from the inner wall of the womb before delivery. The condition can deprive the baby of oxygen and nutrients. medical illustration of Placental abruption occurs when the placenta detaches from the inner wall of the womb before delivery. The condition can deprive the baby of oxygen and nutrients.

Placental Abruption

Placental abruption occurs when the placenta detaches from the inner wall of the womb before delivery. The condition can deprive the baby of oxygen and nutrients.

Keywords: Color, Medical Malpractice, Medical-Legal, Reproductive Biology

© Kevin Clark
medical illustration of A CGI, representation of back pain. Back pain is one of the leading reasons why workers need to take sick leave. Muscle strains are the most common cause of low back pain. A ruptured intervertebral disc, also called a herniated disc, is another common cause of back pain. Spinal stenosis  also causes back pain in the aging population. medical illustration of A CGI, representation of back pain. Back pain is one of the leading reasons why workers need to take sick leave. Muscle strains are the most common cause of low back pain. A ruptured intervertebral disc, also called a herniated disc, is another common cause of back pain. Spinal stenosis  also causes back pain in the aging population.

Sever backpain

A CGI, representation of back pain. Back pain is one of the leading reasons why workers need to take sick leave. Muscle strains are the most common cause of low back pain. A ruptured intervertebral disc, also called a herniated disc, is another common cause of back pain. Spinal stenosis also causes back pain in the aging population.

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© Craig Zuckerman
medical illustration of In a total hip replacement (also called total hip arthroplasty), the damaged bone and cartilage is removed and replaced with prosthetic components.

medical illustration of In a total hip replacement (also called total hip arthroplasty), the damaged bone and cartilage is removed and replaced with prosthetic components.

Hip Replacement

In a total hip replacement (also called total hip arthroplasty), the damaged bone and cartilage is removed and replaced with prosthetic components.

Keywords: 3D, Anatomy, Biotechnology, Medical Devices

© Kevin Clark
medical illustration of Diving into the cytoplasm of the hepatocyte we see typical cellular organelles. medical illustration of Diving into the cytoplasm of the hepatocyte we see typical cellular organelles.

Into hepatocyte cytoplasm

Diving into the cytoplasm of the hepatocyte we see typical cellular organelles.

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© David Bolinsky

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© David Dunston
medical illustration of Estee Lauder is among many cosmetics companies developing bioactive cosmetics, using many naturally-occurring botanical ingredients. We explored the activity of five of those ingredients in this video. The stylistic intent was to bring an elegant look to the project while respecting the underlying science. medical illustration of Estee Lauder is among many cosmetics companies developing bioactive cosmetics, using many naturally-occurring botanical ingredients. We explored the activity of five of those ingredients in this video. The stylistic intent was to bring an elegant look to the project while respecting the underlying science.

Clinique Dark Spot Remover

Estee Lauder is among many cosmetics companies developing bioactive cosmetics, using many naturally-occurring botanical ingredients. We explored the activity of five of those ingredients in this video. The stylistic intent was to bring an elegant look to the project while respecting the underlying science.

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© David Bolinsky

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© Zusammen, UGA, NIH

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© Sebastian Kaulitzki
medical illustration of This eLearning course instructs laboratory staff members on the basic principles of personal protective equipment.

medical illustration of This eLearning course instructs laboratory staff members on the basic principles of personal protective equipment.

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

This eLearning course instructs laboratory staff members on the basic principles of personal protective equipment.

Keywords: Design, Education, Multimedia, Patient Education, Professional Education, Interactive

© Kevin Clark
medical illustration of OncoSec has developed a method for directly stimulating T-cells to aggregate within a tumor, bypassing natural checkpoint inhibition that protects tumors from the immune system. This still from the animation shows the T-cell inducing tumor cell apoptosis. medical illustration of OncoSec has developed a method for directly stimulating T-cells to aggregate within a tumor, bypassing natural checkpoint inhibition that protects tumors from the immune system. This still from the animation shows the T-cell inducing tumor cell apoptosis.

OncoSec Immunopulse Immunotherapy Program

OncoSec has developed a method for directly stimulating T-cells to aggregate within a tumor, bypassing natural checkpoint inhibition that protects tumors from the immune system. This still from the animation shows the T-cell inducing tumor cell apoptosis.

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© David Bolinsky

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© Sebastian Kaulitzki
medical illustration of An anatomical illustration featuring the four chambers of the cow stomach-rumen, omasum, reticulum, and abomasum. medical illustration of An anatomical illustration featuring the four chambers of the cow stomach-rumen, omasum, reticulum, and abomasum.

Four Chambers of the Cow Stomach

An anatomical illustration featuring the four chambers of the cow stomach-rumen, omasum, reticulum, and abomasum.

Keywords: Airbrush, Publishing, Stock, Web, Professional Education, Interactive, Research, Anatomy, Disease Management, Veterinary Medicine

© Marie Dauenheimer
medical illustration of 
Tools and Objects Drawing: Microscope. 
Graphite and pencil on paper. 
Photorealism/Hyperrealism Drawing.

medical illustration of 
Tools and Objects Drawing: Microscope. 
Graphite and pencil on paper. 
Photorealism/Hyperrealism Drawing.

Microscope

Tools and Objects Drawing: Microscope. Graphite and pencil on paper. Photorealism/Hyperrealism Drawing.

Keywords: Black & White, Editorial, Education, Publishing, Technology, Professional Education, Biology, General Medicine, Natural History, Natural Science / Nature

© David Hamuel
medical illustration of Chicago Medical Graphics is a team of medical illustrators with studios in both Texas and the Chicago Loop.  We create 2-D and 3-D custom demonstrative evidence for litigation and mediation, including traditional and digital still media, plus animation. ( medlegal, attorney, attorneys, law, malpractice, liability, injury, trauma, burn, burns, legal, accident, lawyer, fasciotomy, eschartomy, metabolic acidosis, fracture, fractures,  https://www.chicagomedicalgraphics.com/) medical illustration of Chicago Medical Graphics is a team of medical illustrators with studios in both Texas and the Chicago Loop.  We create 2-D and 3-D custom demonstrative evidence for litigation and mediation, including traditional and digital still media, plus animation. ( medlegal, attorney, attorneys, law, malpractice, liability, injury, trauma, burn, burns, legal, accident, lawyer, fasciotomy, eschartomy, metabolic acidosis, fracture, fractures,  https://www.chicagomedicalgraphics.com/)

CMG Trial Exhibit - Explosion Injuries | Acidosis

Chicago Medical Graphics is a team of medical illustrators with studios in both Texas and the Chicago Loop. We create 2-D and 3-D custom demonstrative evidence for litigation and mediation, including traditional and digital still media, plus animation. ( medlegal, attorney, attorneys, law, malpractice, liability, injury, trauma, burn, burns, legal, accident, lawyer, fasciotomy, eschartomy, metabolic acidosis, fracture, fractures, https://www.chicagomedicalgraphics.com/)

Keywords: Information Graphics, Medical Malpractice, Medical-Legal, Product Liability, Dermatology, Orthopaedics, Injuries, Legal Exhibits

© Peg Gerrity
medical illustration of CRISPR/Cas9 - Targeted Genome Editing medical illustration of CRISPR/Cas9 - Targeted Genome Editing

CRISPR/Cas9

CRISPR/Cas9 - Targeted Genome Editing

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© Ella Marushchenko
medical illustration of This animation is a demonstration of changing scale on the fly into a liver cell from outside the body. medical illustration of This animation is a demonstration of changing scale on the fly into a liver cell from outside the body.

Liver closeup

This animation is a demonstration of changing scale on the fly into a liver cell from outside the body.

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© David Bolinsky
medical illustration of This complex illustration shows the Marginal Zone, Follicular Mantle, Dark Zone, Basel Light Zone and Apical Light Zone of a lymph node medical illustration of This complex illustration shows the Marginal Zone, Follicular Mantle, Dark Zone, Basel Light Zone and Apical Light Zone of a lymph node

Zones of a Lymph Node with cells

This complex illustration shows the Marginal Zone, Follicular Mantle, Dark Zone, Basel Light Zone and Apical Light Zone of a lymph node

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© Marie Dauenheimer
medical illustration of Advertising / Marketing, Editorial, Education, Museum / Zoo, Publishing, Stock, Biology, Natural Science / Nature, Veterinary Medicine, Zoology medical illustration of Advertising / Marketing, Editorial, Education, Museum / Zoo, Publishing, Stock, Biology, Natural Science / Nature, Veterinary Medicine, Zoology

Toucan

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© Krystyna Srodulski
medical illustration of This illustration features the neuromuscular connection medical illustration of This illustration features the neuromuscular connection

The Neuromuscular Connection

This illustration features the neuromuscular connection

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© Marie Dauenheimer
medical illustration of Bacteriophage medical illustration of Bacteriophage

Bacteriophages

Bacteriophage

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© Ella Marushchenko
medical illustration of 3D model created from a mixture of patient inner ear micro-CT data and current literature on vestibulocochlear 3D shape. (ear, otic, otitis, cochlear, vestibula, canal, canals, ears) medical illustration of 3D model created from a mixture of patient inner ear micro-CT data and current literature on vestibulocochlear 3D shape. (ear, otic, otitis, cochlear, vestibula, canal, canals, ears)

Cochlea of Inner Ear

3D model created from a mixture of patient inner ear micro-CT data and current literature on vestibulocochlear 3D shape. (ear, otic, otitis, cochlear, vestibula, canal, canals, ears)

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© Melanie Connolly
medical illustration of We created a series of sixteen animations for Oxford University Press to accompany a nursing neurophysiology book by David Eagleman. This is from the vision module. medical illustration of We created a series of sixteen animations for Oxford University Press to accompany a nursing neurophysiology book by David Eagleman. This is from the vision module.

Neuroanatomy - Eagleman

We created a series of sixteen animations for Oxford University Press to accompany a nursing neurophysiology book by David Eagleman. This is from the vision module.

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© David Bolinsky
medical illustration of From a series of web-based illustrations showing the biotechnology of AOBiome's live culture based skincare products. medical illustration of From a series of web-based illustrations showing the biotechnology of AOBiome's live culture based skincare products.

Skin anatomy

From a series of web-based illustrations showing the biotechnology of AOBiome's live culture based skincare products.

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© David Bolinsky
medical illustration of This three minute pilot animation was created for a production company in Mexico City to visualize a children's adventure book written by Julio Frenk, M.D. (now president of the University of Miami). The book follows the adventures thru the human body by three lively amino acid characters. medical illustration of This three minute pilot animation was created for a production company in Mexico City to visualize a children's adventure book written by Julio Frenk, M.D. (now president of the University of Miami). The book follows the adventures thru the human body by three lively amino acid characters.

Triptofanito

This three minute pilot animation was created for a production company in Mexico City to visualize a children's adventure book written by Julio Frenk, M.D. (now president of the University of Miami). The book follows the adventures thru the human body by three lively amino acid characters.

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© David Bolinsky

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© Sebastian Kaulitzki

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© David Dunston

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© Sebastian Kaulitzki

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© Sebastian Kaulitzki
medical illustration of Girl using an asthma inhaler to open airway, close up of open bronchiole tubes. medical illustration of Girl using an asthma inhaler to open airway, close up of open bronchiole tubes.

Using Asthma Inhaler to Open Airway

Girl using an asthma inhaler to open airway, close up of open bronchiole tubes.

Keywords: Editorial, Education, Patient Education, Allergy / Immunology, Anatomy, Disease Management, Emergency Medicine, Pediatrics, Respiratory, Sports Medicine

© Todd Buck
medical illustration of From a series of web-based illustrations showing the biotechnology of AOBiome's live culture based skincare products. This is a closeup in a skin pore in a discussion about transforming human health through the restoration of Ammonia-Oxidizing Bacteria, a natural component of the biome. medical illustration of From a series of web-based illustrations showing the biotechnology of AOBiome's live culture based skincare products. This is a closeup in a skin pore in a discussion about transforming human health through the restoration of Ammonia-Oxidizing Bacteria, a natural component of the biome.

Skin repair

From a series of web-based illustrations showing the biotechnology of AOBiome's live culture based skincare products. This is a closeup in a skin pore in a discussion about transforming human health through the restoration of Ammonia-Oxidizing Bacteria, a natural component of the biome.

Keywords: 3D, Patient Education, Product Demonstration, Alternative Medicine, Cell biology / Histology, Dermatology, Disease Management, Natural Science / Nature, Mechanism of Action (MOA), Health & Wellness

© David Bolinsky
medical illustration of This animation is a demonstration of changing scale on the fly into a liver cell from outside the body. Here we see the modular arrangement of hepatocytes in a liver lobule and the central vein. medical illustration of This animation is a demonstration of changing scale on the fly into a liver cell from outside the body. Here we see the modular arrangement of hepatocytes in a liver lobule and the central vein.

Central vein of hepatic lobule

This animation is a demonstration of changing scale on the fly into a liver cell from outside the body. Here we see the modular arrangement of hepatocytes in a liver lobule and the central vein.

Keywords: 3D, Models, Advertising / Marketing, Education, Multimedia, Web, Professional Education, Interactive, Mobile, Anatomy

© David Bolinsky
medical illustration of Anatomy of the inner ear including relevant structures such as the eardrum, malleus, stapes, incus, Eustachian tube, cochlea, and auditory nerve medical illustration of Anatomy of the inner ear including relevant structures such as the eardrum, malleus, stapes, incus, Eustachian tube, cochlea, and auditory nerve

Anatomy of the Inner Ear

Anatomy of the inner ear including relevant structures such as the eardrum, malleus, stapes, incus, Eustachian tube, cochlea, and auditory nerve

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© Marie Dauenheimer
medical illustration of Patient evaluation focuses on determining whether etiology is peripheral or central. Patient is being tested for nystagmus. Vertebrobasilar ischemia or stroke may be a cause of dizziness. Dix-Hallpike maneuver is shown to move displaced otoconia from semicircular canal. medical illustration of Patient evaluation focuses on determining whether etiology is peripheral or central. Patient is being tested for nystagmus. Vertebrobasilar ischemia or stroke may be a cause of dizziness. Dix-Hallpike maneuver is shown to move displaced otoconia from semicircular canal.

Dizziness: Evaluation and Management

Patient evaluation focuses on determining whether etiology is peripheral or central. Patient is being tested for nystagmus. Vertebrobasilar ischemia or stroke may be a cause of dizziness. Dix-Hallpike maneuver is shown to move displaced otoconia from semicircular canal.

Keywords: Editorial, Education, Patient Education, Disease Management, Emergency Medicine, General Medicine, Health & Wellness

© Todd Buck
medical illustration of CGI illustration highlighting the benefits of citrus on the body; anything from fighting infection, improve the improve your immune system and digestion. medical illustration of CGI illustration highlighting the benefits of citrus on the body; anything from fighting infection, improve the improve your immune system and digestion.

Benefits of Citrus

CGI illustration highlighting the benefits of citrus on the body; anything from fighting infection, improve the improve your immune system and digestion.

Keywords: Color, 3D, Advertising / Marketing, Editorial, Stock, Allergy / Immunology, Alternative Medicine, Dermatology

© Craig Zuckerman
medical illustration of Stylized 3D depiction of the pancreas in selective cross-section, highlighting the micro-structure of the pancreatic duct and islets of Langerhans. medical illustration of Stylized 3D depiction of the pancreas in selective cross-section, highlighting the micro-structure of the pancreatic duct and islets of Langerhans.

(Z)-Pancreatic Duct

Stylized 3D depiction of the pancreas in selective cross-section, highlighting the micro-structure of the pancreatic duct and islets of Langerhans.

Keywords: 3D, Anatomy, Cell biology / Histology, Endocrinology / Metabolic, Gastroenterology, General Medicine, Molecular Biology, Natural Science / Nature, Urology, Mechanism of Action (MOA)

© Zusammen, UGA, NIH
medical illustration of One of a number of skin models developed to show the effects of sun, chemicals and aging on dermal and epidermal structures and the MOA of various cosmetic products on same. medical illustration of One of a number of skin models developed to show the effects of sun, chemicals and aging on dermal and epidermal structures and the MOA of various cosmetic products on same.

Skin anatomy

One of a number of skin models developed to show the effects of sun, chemicals and aging on dermal and epidermal structures and the MOA of various cosmetic products on same.

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© David Bolinsky
medical illustration of Color, Patient Education medical illustration of Color, Patient Education

TMJ pain

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medical illustration of Navigable 3D model of a plant cell for an interactive community college science course on cell biology, based on 'Bio Beyond', created with Smart Sparrow and Arizona State University from a grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. This image shows details of the major cellular components of a plant cell. medical illustration of Navigable 3D model of a plant cell for an interactive community college science course on cell biology, based on 'Bio Beyond', created with Smart Sparrow and Arizona State University from a grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. This image shows details of the major cellular components of a plant cell.

Bio Beyond

Navigable 3D model of a plant cell for an interactive community college science course on cell biology, based on 'Bio Beyond', created with Smart Sparrow and Arizona State University from a grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. This image shows details of the major cellular components of a plant cell.

Keywords: Animation, 3D, Editorial, Education, Multimedia, Interactive, Mobile, Biology, Botany, Cell biology / Histology

© David Bolinsky
medical illustration of Nativis has developed a molecular biology approach to treating glioblastoma that avoids surgery, chemo and radiation. Our animation shows the technology breakthrough and the MOA.This image tells the theory behind RNA interference technology. medical illustration of Nativis has developed a molecular biology approach to treating glioblastoma that avoids surgery, chemo and radiation. Our animation shows the technology breakthrough and the MOA.This image tells the theory behind RNA interference technology.

New technology for glioblastoma treatment

Nativis has developed a molecular biology approach to treating glioblastoma that avoids surgery, chemo and radiation. Our animation shows the technology breakthrough and the MOA.This image tells the theory behind RNA interference technology.

Keywords: 3D, Models, VR/Virtual Reality, Advertising / Marketing, Education, Professional Education, Research, Biotechnology, Oncology, Mechanism of Action (MOA)

© David Bolinsky
medical illustration of One of several 3D models constructed for Unilever to show the MOA of several bioactive cosmetic products. medical illustration of One of several 3D models constructed for Unilever to show the MOA of several bioactive cosmetic products.

Normal skin

One of several 3D models constructed for Unilever to show the MOA of several bioactive cosmetic products.

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© David Bolinsky
medical illustration of This image was featured on the cover of Nature (August 17, 2017, Volume 548 Number 7667)
The  image shows a conceptualized view of an individual with multiple cancers that have spread from their primary site, or metastasized. The primary cancers represented include prostate cancer (blue), breast cancer (pink), lung cancer (green) and colon cancer (orange medical illustration of This image was featured on the cover of Nature (August 17, 2017, Volume 548 Number 7667)
The  image shows a conceptualized view of an individual with multiple cancers that have spread from their primary site, or metastasized. The primary cancers represented include prostate cancer (blue), breast cancer (pink), lung cancer (green) and colon cancer (orange

Metastatic Cancer

This image was featured on the cover of Nature (August 17, 2017, Volume 548 Number 7667) The image shows a conceptualized view of an individual with multiple cancers that have spread from their primary site, or metastasized. The primary cancers represented include prostate cancer (blue), breast cancer (pink), lung cancer (green) and colon cancer (orange

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© Ella Marushchenko
medical illustration of An illustration for a patient book for the drug Abraxane, for the treatment of pancreatic cancer. medical illustration of An illustration for a patient book for the drug Abraxane, for the treatment of pancreatic cancer.

Pancreas and surrounding structures

An illustration for a patient book for the drug Abraxane, for the treatment of pancreatic cancer.

Keywords: Color, Patient Education, Anatomy

© Celgene
medical illustration of Color, Advertising / Marketing, Editorial, Endocrinology / Metabolic, General Medicine, Molecular Biology, Health & Wellness, Pathology medical illustration of Color, Advertising / Marketing, Editorial, Endocrinology / Metabolic, General Medicine, Molecular Biology, Health & Wellness, Pathology

Electrolytes in our body

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© Kari C. Toverud
medical illustration of  OncoSec has developed a method for directly stimulating T-cells to aggregate within a tumor, bypassing natural checkpoint inhibition that protects tumors from the immune system. This still from the animation shows a plasmid being introduced into the tumor environment where it will be adsorbed by various cells. medical illustration of  OncoSec has developed a method for directly stimulating T-cells to aggregate within a tumor, bypassing natural checkpoint inhibition that protects tumors from the immune system. This still from the animation shows a plasmid being introduced into the tumor environment where it will be adsorbed by various cells.

OncoSec Immunopulse Immunotherapy Program

OncoSec has developed a method for directly stimulating T-cells to aggregate within a tumor, bypassing natural checkpoint inhibition that protects tumors from the immune system. This still from the animation shows a plasmid being introduced into the tumor environment where it will be adsorbed by various cells.

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© David Bolinsky

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© Sebastian Kaulitzki
medical illustration of This three minute pilot animation was created for a production company in Mexico City to visualize a children's adventure book written by Julio Frenk, M.D. (now president of the University of Miami). The book follows the adventures thru the human body by three lively amino acid characters. This is part of the travels into the heart. medical illustration of This three minute pilot animation was created for a production company in Mexico City to visualize a children's adventure book written by Julio Frenk, M.D. (now president of the University of Miami). The book follows the adventures thru the human body by three lively amino acid characters. This is part of the travels into the heart.

Triptofanito

This three minute pilot animation was created for a production company in Mexico City to visualize a children's adventure book written by Julio Frenk, M.D. (now president of the University of Miami). The book follows the adventures thru the human body by three lively amino acid characters. This is part of the travels into the heart.

Keywords: Animation, 3D, Advertising / Marketing, Education, Multimedia, Product Demonstration, Interactive, Anatomy, Cell biology / Histology, Health & Wellness

© David Bolinsky
medical illustration of Bill Gates held a conference with Warren Buffet, of people working for and with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
He singled out as a favorite, 'Inspark', the education grant project I spent two years on. It is a community college level interactive biology course based on 'Bio Beyond'. medical illustration of Bill Gates held a conference with Warren Buffet, of people working for and with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
He singled out as a favorite, 'Inspark', the education grant project I spent two years on. It is a community college level interactive biology course based on 'Bio Beyond'.

Inspark

Bill Gates held a conference with Warren Buffet, of people working for and with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. He singled out as a favorite, 'Inspark', the education grant project I spent two years on. It is a community college level interactive biology course based on 'Bio Beyond'.

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© David Bolinsky
medical illustration of Three illustrations depicting normal testicular anatomy and tunica vaginalis, Bell-clapper deformity (extended tunica vaginalis), and testicular torsion. medical illustration of Three illustrations depicting normal testicular anatomy and tunica vaginalis, Bell-clapper deformity (extended tunica vaginalis), and testicular torsion.

Testicular Torsion

Three illustrations depicting normal testicular anatomy and tunica vaginalis, Bell-clapper deformity (extended tunica vaginalis), and testicular torsion.

Keywords: Editorial, Education, Patient Education, Anatomy, Emergency Medicine, Reproductive Biology, Urology, Health & Wellness, Sports Medicine

© Todd Buck
medical illustration of Aperion has developed a methodology to remove antigens from pig tissues used to replace ligaments in orthopedic repairs of the ACL, to remove the post-surgical immune response. medical illustration of Aperion has developed a methodology to remove antigens from pig tissues used to replace ligaments in orthopedic repairs of the ACL, to remove the post-surgical immune response.

ACL repair

Aperion has developed a methodology to remove antigens from pig tissues used to replace ligaments in orthopedic repairs of the ACL, to remove the post-surgical immune response.

Keywords: Animation, 3D, Education, Web, Research, Allergy / Immunology, Alternative Medicine, Biology, Biotechnology, Orthopaedics

© David Bolinsky
medical illustration of This complex illustration shows how drug can permeate the Blood Brain Barrier by traveling through tight junctions between endothelial cells. medical illustration of This complex illustration shows how drug can permeate the Blood Brain Barrier by traveling through tight junctions between endothelial cells.

Blood Brain Barrier

This complex illustration shows how drug can permeate the Blood Brain Barrier by traveling through tight junctions between endothelial cells.

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© Marie Dauenheimer

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medical illustration of AFP editorial medical imagery drawing blood hyperlipidemia heart anatomy carotid artery pills collage color procedures vitamins geriatrics seniors exercise bingo travel mosquitos clothing vaccination bug spray passport medical illustration of AFP editorial medical imagery drawing blood hyperlipidemia heart anatomy carotid artery pills collage color procedures vitamins geriatrics seniors exercise bingo travel mosquitos clothing vaccination bug spray passport

American Family Physicians Covers

AFP editorial medical imagery drawing blood hyperlipidemia heart anatomy carotid artery pills collage color procedures vitamins geriatrics seniors exercise bingo travel mosquitos clothing vaccination bug spray passport

Keywords: Color, Information Graphics, Advertising / Marketing, Editorial, Publishing, Medical Devices, Pharmacology, Physical Therapy, Oncology, Health & Wellness

© Catherine Delphia
medical illustration of Stress can interfere with reproductive function at all levels of the reproductive axis. It can suppress libido, reward and mating behaviour at the level of the brain, Interfereing with the hypothalamic gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH) pulse generator and luteinizing hormone (LH) and follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) release from the anterior pituitary. It suppresses oocyte maturation, Stress is also detrimental to pregnancy outcomes post-conception. medical illustration of Stress can interfere with reproductive function at all levels of the reproductive axis. It can suppress libido, reward and mating behaviour at the level of the brain, Interfereing with the hypothalamic gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH) pulse generator and luteinizing hormone (LH) and follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) release from the anterior pituitary. It suppresses oocyte maturation, Stress is also detrimental to pregnancy outcomes post-conception.

Stress influences reproductive function

Stress can interfere with reproductive function at all levels of the reproductive axis. It can suppress libido, reward and mating behaviour at the level of the brain, Interfereing with the hypothalamic gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH) pulse generator and luteinizing hormone (LH) and follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) release from the anterior pituitary. It suppresses oocyte maturation, Stress is also detrimental to pregnancy outcomes post-conception.

Keywords: Color, Editorial, Publishing, Cell biology / Histology, Endocrinology / Metabolic, Neuroscience, Health & Wellness

© Kimberly Battista
medical illustration of Enterocytes lining the Duodenum (small intestine). Highlighted for clarity, the tight junctions are displayed in 3D to clarify the separation between the apical (luminal) membrane (including microvilli) and the basolateral membrane adjacent to capillaries within the interstitial space. medical illustration of Enterocytes lining the Duodenum (small intestine). Highlighted for clarity, the tight junctions are displayed in 3D to clarify the separation between the apical (luminal) membrane (including microvilli) and the basolateral membrane adjacent to capillaries within the interstitial space.

(Z)-Enterocytes of Duodenum

Enterocytes lining the Duodenum (small intestine). Highlighted for clarity, the tight junctions are displayed in 3D to clarify the separation between the apical (luminal) membrane (including microvilli) and the basolateral membrane adjacent to capillaries within the interstitial space.

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medical illustration of Navigable 3D model of a bacterial cell for an interactive community college science course on cell biology, based on 'Bio Beyond', created with Smart Sparrow and Arizona State University from a grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. This is a model of a bacterial cell wall. medical illustration of Navigable 3D model of a bacterial cell for an interactive community college science course on cell biology, based on 'Bio Beyond', created with Smart Sparrow and Arizona State University from a grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. This is a model of a bacterial cell wall.

Bio Beyond

Navigable 3D model of a bacterial cell for an interactive community college science course on cell biology, based on 'Bio Beyond', created with Smart Sparrow and Arizona State University from a grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. This is a model of a bacterial cell wall.

Keywords: Animation, 3D, Advertising / Marketing, Education, Multimedia, Publishing, Web, Product Demonstration, Interactive, Cell biology / Histology

© David Bolinsky
medical illustration of A detailed illustration created for the American College of Cardiology featuring monocyte migration, plaque rupture, foam cell formation and smooth muscle cell proliferation. medical illustration of A detailed illustration created for the American College of Cardiology featuring monocyte migration, plaque rupture, foam cell formation and smooth muscle cell proliferation.

Cellular Players in HIV-Associated Atherosclerosis

A detailed illustration created for the American College of Cardiology featuring monocyte migration, plaque rupture, foam cell formation and smooth muscle cell proliferation.

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© Marie Dauenheimer
medical illustration of A detailed illustration of the uterus, Fallopian tubes, ovaries and mesosalpinx and their blood supply. medical illustration of A detailed illustration of the uterus, Fallopian tubes, ovaries and mesosalpinx and their blood supply.

Blood Supply of the Uterus

A detailed illustration of the uterus, Fallopian tubes, ovaries and mesosalpinx and their blood supply.

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© Marie Dauenheimer
medical illustration of Visualization of comparative anatomy of the skulls and jaw muscles of theropod dinosaurs and their extant relatives ( birds and alligators ). Illustrated in Adobe Photoshop and winner of an Award of Merit at the 2016 AMI conference. medical illustration of Visualization of comparative anatomy of the skulls and jaw muscles of theropod dinosaurs and their extant relatives ( birds and alligators ). Illustrated in Adobe Photoshop and winner of an Award of Merit at the 2016 AMI conference.

Comparative anatomy of Dinosaur skulls and jaws

Visualization of comparative anatomy of the skulls and jaw muscles of theropod dinosaurs and their extant relatives ( birds and alligators ). Illustrated in Adobe Photoshop and winner of an Award of Merit at the 2016 AMI conference.

Keywords: Color, Information Graphics, Line with Color, Education, Museum / Zoo, Research, Biology, Natural History, Natural Science / Nature, Zoology

© Maxwell Yeager
medical illustration of Marine Life Drawing: Shark.
Graphite and pencil on paper. Photorealism/Hyperrealism Drawing. medical illustration of Marine Life Drawing: Shark.
Graphite and pencil on paper. Photorealism/Hyperrealism Drawing.

Shark

Marine Life Drawing: Shark. Graphite and pencil on paper. Photorealism/Hyperrealism Drawing.

Keywords: Black & White, Advertising / Marketing, Editorial, Education, Museum / Zoo, Publishing, Professional Education, Biology, Natural History, Natural Science / Nature

© David Hamuel
medical illustration of OncoSec has developed a method for directly stimulating T-cells to aggregate within a tumor, bypassing natural checkpoint inhibition that protects tumors from the immune system. This still from the animation shows the IL-12 molecule coded by the plasmid. medical illustration of OncoSec has developed a method for directly stimulating T-cells to aggregate within a tumor, bypassing natural checkpoint inhibition that protects tumors from the immune system. This still from the animation shows the IL-12 molecule coded by the plasmid.

OncoSec Immunopulse Immunotherapy Program

OncoSec has developed a method for directly stimulating T-cells to aggregate within a tumor, bypassing natural checkpoint inhibition that protects tumors from the immune system. This still from the animation shows the IL-12 molecule coded by the plasmid.

Keywords: Animation, 3D, Advertising / Marketing, Patient Education, Professional Education, Biotechnology, Cell biology / Histology, Oncology, Mechanism of Action (MOA)

© David Bolinsky
medical illustration of From a series of illustrations on CHF for an advertising/patient education piece. medical illustration of From a series of illustrations on CHF for an advertising/patient education piece.

Congestive Heart Failure

From a series of illustrations on CHF for an advertising/patient education piece.

Keywords: Line with Color, Advertising / Marketing, Editorial, Patient Education, Web, Anatomy, Cardiac Surgery / Cardiology, Disease Management, General Medicine, Mechanism of Action (MOA)

© David Bolinsky
medical illustration of One of a series of interactive animations created in partnership with the Frank H. Netter School of Medicine (Quinnipiac University) for a project called Clot Quest - an interactive exploration of blood coagulation. This animation shows the consolidation of fibrin strands around a platelet plug.. medical illustration of One of a series of interactive animations created in partnership with the Frank H. Netter School of Medicine (Quinnipiac University) for a project called Clot Quest - an interactive exploration of blood coagulation. This animation shows the consolidation of fibrin strands around a platelet plug..

Clot quest

One of a series of interactive animations created in partnership with the Frank H. Netter School of Medicine (Quinnipiac University) for a project called Clot Quest - an interactive exploration of blood coagulation. This animation shows the consolidation of fibrin strands around a platelet plug..

Keywords: Animation, VR/Virtual Reality, Advertising / Marketing, Medical-Legal, Product Demonstration, Interactive, Anatomy, Cardiac Surgery / Cardiology, Disease Management, Reconstructive Surgery

© David Bolinsky

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© David Dunston
medical illustration of This animation is a demonstration of changing scale on the fly into a liver cell from outside the body. Here we see the modular arrangement of hepatocytes in a liver lobule. medical illustration of This animation is a demonstration of changing scale on the fly into a liver cell from outside the body. Here we see the modular arrangement of hepatocytes in a liver lobule.

Portal structure of liver lobule

This animation is a demonstration of changing scale on the fly into a liver cell from outside the body. Here we see the modular arrangement of hepatocytes in a liver lobule.

Keywords: Animation, 3D, Advertising / Marketing, Editorial, Multimedia, Web, Interactive, Anatomy, Biology, Cell biology / Histology

© David Bolinsky
medical illustration of Antimicrobial peptides (the pink ribbons in this illustration), which are part of the innate immune system in all domains of life, can destroy microbes (blue and green) and also call white blood cells (the marbled white and red balls) to help fight an infection. medical illustration of Antimicrobial peptides (the pink ribbons in this illustration), which are part of the innate immune system in all domains of life, can destroy microbes (blue and green) and also call white blood cells (the marbled white and red balls) to help fight an infection.

Antibiotic-resistant bacteria

Antimicrobial peptides (the pink ribbons in this illustration), which are part of the innate immune system in all domains of life, can destroy microbes (blue and green) and also call white blood cells (the marbled white and red balls) to help fight an infection.

Keywords: 3D, Advertising / Marketing, Research, Allergy / Immunology, Biology, Biotechnology, General Medicine, Molecular Biology, Physical Therapy, Health & Wellness

© Ella Marushchenko

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© David Bolinsky
medical illustration of Maya 3D model of the thoracic cavity including the ribcage, clavicles, sternum, stomach and aorta medical illustration of Maya 3D model of the thoracic cavity including the ribcage, clavicles, sternum, stomach and aorta

3D model of the ribcage, stomach and aorta

Maya 3D model of the thoracic cavity including the ribcage, clavicles, sternum, stomach and aorta

Keywords: 3D, Editorial, Education, Patient Education, Interactive, Anatomy, Biology, General Medicine, General Surgery, Thoracic Surgery

© Maxwell Yeager
medical illustration of This surgical illustration demonstrates the finished product after repair of AVSD- Atrioventricular septal defect- in which there is one common AV valve. medical illustration of This surgical illustration demonstrates the finished product after repair of AVSD- Atrioventricular septal defect- in which there is one common AV valve.

AVSD repair

This surgical illustration demonstrates the finished product after repair of AVSD- Atrioventricular septal defect- in which there is one common AV valve.

Keywords: Black & White, Publishing, Professional Education, Cardiac Surgery / Cardiology, Thoracic Surgery

© Elsevier, Inc.
medical illustration of We created a series of sixteen animations for Oxford University Press to accompany a nursing neurophysiology book by David Eagleman. This is from the vision module. medical illustration of We created a series of sixteen animations for Oxford University Press to accompany a nursing neurophysiology book by David Eagleman. This is from the vision module.

Neuroanatomy - Eagleman

We created a series of sixteen animations for Oxford University Press to accompany a nursing neurophysiology book by David Eagleman. This is from the vision module.

Keywords: Animation, 3D, Advertising / Marketing, Editorial, Publishing, Professional Education, Anatomy, Neuroscience, Ophthalmology, Mechanism of Action (MOA)

© David Bolinsky
medical illustration of One of a series of interactive animations created in partnership with the Frank H. Netter School of Medicine (Quinnipiac University) for a project called Clot Quest - an interactive exploration of blood coagulation.Tissue Factor pathway Inhibitor is an early mechanism for limiting how much blood clotting progresses. medical illustration of One of a series of interactive animations created in partnership with the Frank H. Netter School of Medicine (Quinnipiac University) for a project called Clot Quest - an interactive exploration of blood coagulation.Tissue Factor pathway Inhibitor is an early mechanism for limiting how much blood clotting progresses.

Clot quest

One of a series of interactive animations created in partnership with the Frank H. Netter School of Medicine (Quinnipiac University) for a project called Clot Quest - an interactive exploration of blood coagulation.Tissue Factor pathway Inhibitor is an early mechanism for limiting how much blood clotting progresses.

Keywords: 3D, VR/Virtual Reality, Education, Multimedia, Games, Professional Education, Interactive, Cell biology / Histology, Mechanism of Action (MOA), Hemophilia

© David Bolinsky
medical illustration of Membrane protein medical illustration of Membrane protein

Membrane protein

Membrane protein

Keywords: 3D, Advertising / Marketing, Editorial, Web, Biology, Biotechnology, Cell biology / Histology, General Medicine, Molecular Biology, Virology

© Ella Marushchenko
medical illustration of Airbrush, Patient Education, Publishing, Web, Professional Education, Interactive, Biology, Biotechnology, Oncology, Pathology medical illustration of Airbrush, Patient Education, Publishing, Web, Professional Education, Interactive, Biology, Biotechnology, Oncology, Pathology

Drug Delivery Vehicles

Keywords: Airbrush, Patient Education, Publishing, Web, Professional Education, Interactive, Biology, Biotechnology, Oncology, Pathology

© Marie Dauenheimer
medical illustration of 3-D preliminary model of a cross-sectional uterus featuring an intrauterine contraceptive device, or IUD. This model will be incorporated into a future 3D animation for the Women's Health Department in Dell Medical School at The University of Texas.
 (intrauterine, device, intrauterine device, pregnancy, fertility, contraception, contraceptive, infertility, progestin, birth control) medical illustration of 3-D preliminary model of a cross-sectional uterus featuring an intrauterine contraceptive device, or IUD. This model will be incorporated into a future 3D animation for the Women's Health Department in Dell Medical School at The University of Texas.
 (intrauterine, device, intrauterine device, pregnancy, fertility, contraception, contraceptive, infertility, progestin, birth control)

Intrauterine Device - Preliminary Model

3-D preliminary model of a cross-sectional uterus featuring an intrauterine contraceptive device, or IUD. This model will be incorporated into a future 3D animation for the Women's Health Department in Dell Medical School at The University of Texas. (intrauterine, device, intrauterine device, pregnancy, fertility, contraception, contraceptive, infertility, progestin, birth control)

Keywords: Animation, 3D, Advertising / Marketing, Multimedia, Patient Education, Product Demonstration, Maternal / Child, Medical Devices, Obstetrics / Gynecology, Reproductive Biology

© Melanie Connolly
medical illustration of This image appeared on the cover of Nature Medicine (August 2017 issue) 

Post-hemorrhagic hydrocephalus can cause severe brain damages in both children and adults. Bleeding in brain causes inflammation, overproduction of cerebrospinal fluid, intracranial pressure increase and, altogether, hydrocephalus. 
medical illustration of This image appeared on the cover of Nature Medicine (August 2017 issue) 

Post-hemorrhagic hydrocephalus can cause severe brain damages in both children and adults. Bleeding in brain causes inflammation, overproduction of cerebrospinal fluid, intracranial pressure increase and, altogether, hydrocephalus.

Post-hemorrhagic hydrocephalus

This image appeared on the cover of Nature Medicine (August 2017 issue) Post-hemorrhagic hydrocephalus can cause severe brain damages in both children and adults. Bleeding in brain causes inflammation, overproduction of cerebrospinal fluid, intracranial pressure increase and, altogether, hydrocephalus.

Keywords: 3D, Advertising / Marketing, Research, Anatomy, Biotechnology, Cell biology / Histology, General Medicine, Neuroscience, Pharmacology, Pathology

© Ella Marushchenko
medical illustration of This three minute pilot animation was created for a production company in Mexico City to visualize a children's adventure book written by Julio Frenk, M.D. (now president of the University of Miami). The book follows the adventures thru the human body by three lively amino acid characters. Here the characters are being transported in bubbles into a white blood cell perched on a neuron axon in the brain. medical illustration of This three minute pilot animation was created for a production company in Mexico City to visualize a children's adventure book written by Julio Frenk, M.D. (now president of the University of Miami). The book follows the adventures thru the human body by three lively amino acid characters. Here the characters are being transported in bubbles into a white blood cell perched on a neuron axon in the brain.

Triptofanito

This three minute pilot animation was created for a production company in Mexico City to visualize a children's adventure book written by Julio Frenk, M.D. (now president of the University of Miami). The book follows the adventures thru the human body by three lively amino acid characters. Here the characters are being transported in bubbles into a white blood cell perched on a neuron axon in the brain.

Keywords: Animation, 3D, Advertising / Marketing, Education, Patient Education, Product Demonstration, Interactive, Anatomy, Cell biology / Histology, Health & Wellness

© David Bolinsky
medical illustration of Diving into the cytoplasm of the hepatocyte we see typical cellular organelles. medical illustration of Diving into the cytoplasm of the hepatocyte we see typical cellular organelles.

Into hepatocyte cytoplasm

Diving into the cytoplasm of the hepatocyte we see typical cellular organelles.

Keywords: Advertising / Marketing, Editorial, Education, Multimedia, Games, Product Demonstration, Interactive, Mobile, Research, Biotechnology

© David Bolinsky
medical illustration of Airbrush, Design, Information Graphics, Professional Education, Research, Allergy / Immunology, Biotechnology, Cell biology / Histology, Molecular Biology medical illustration of Airbrush, Design, Information Graphics, Professional Education, Research, Allergy / Immunology, Biotechnology, Cell biology / Histology, Molecular Biology

T cells

Keywords: Airbrush, Design, Information Graphics, Professional Education, Research, Allergy / Immunology, Biotechnology, Cell biology / Histology, Molecular Biology

© Marie Dauenheimer
medical illustration of From a series of web-based illustrations showing the biotechnology of AOBiome's live culture based skincare products. This is a closeup of an Ammonia-Oxidizing Bacteria, a natural component of the biome. medical illustration of From a series of web-based illustrations showing the biotechnology of AOBiome's live culture based skincare products. This is a closeup of an Ammonia-Oxidizing Bacteria, a natural component of the biome.

Skin repair

From a series of web-based illustrations showing the biotechnology of AOBiome's live culture based skincare products. This is a closeup of an Ammonia-Oxidizing Bacteria, a natural component of the biome.

Keywords: 3D, Education, Patient Education, Allergy / Immunology, Alternative Medicine, Cell biology / Histology, Dermatology, Natural Science / Nature, Mechanism of Action (MOA), Health & Wellness

© David Bolinsky
medical illustration of Cancer visualization in mouse. Two molecules on the left - Hexafluorobenzene(HFB) and (c(RGDfk)-SH) - are used to make the molecule FRGD-TFB-RGD (right). This molecule has integrin receptor specific binding, accumulates in the tumour and then is used for tumour imaging. medical illustration of Cancer visualization in mouse. Two molecules on the left - Hexafluorobenzene(HFB) and (c(RGDfk)-SH) - are used to make the molecule FRGD-TFB-RGD (right). This molecule has integrin receptor specific binding, accumulates in the tumour and then is used for tumour imaging.

Cancer visualization

Cancer visualization in mouse. Two molecules on the left - Hexafluorobenzene(HFB) and (c(RGDfk)-SH) - are used to make the molecule FRGD-TFB-RGD (right). This molecule has integrin receptor specific binding, accumulates in the tumour and then is used for tumour imaging.

Keywords: 3D, Advertising / Marketing, Biology, Biotechnology, Cell biology / Histology, Molecular Biology, Neuroscience, Physical Therapy, Veterinary Medicine, Oncology

© Ella Marushchenko
medical illustration of Chicago Medical Graphics is a team of medical illustrators with studios in both Texas and the Chicago Loop.  We create 2-D and 3-D custom demonstrative evidence for litigation and mediation, including traditional and digital still media, plus animation. ( medlegal, attorney, attorneys, law, malpractice, liability, injury, trauma, legal, accident, wreck, car, nerve, nervous, spine, spinal, lawyer, fracture, fractures,  S1, root, sacral, sacrum, 3d, 3D, https://www.chicagomedicalgraphics.com/) medical illustration of Chicago Medical Graphics is a team of medical illustrators with studios in both Texas and the Chicago Loop.  We create 2-D and 3-D custom demonstrative evidence for litigation and mediation, including traditional and digital still media, plus animation. ( medlegal, attorney, attorneys, law, malpractice, liability, injury, trauma, legal, accident, wreck, car, nerve, nervous, spine, spinal, lawyer, fracture, fractures,  S1, root, sacral, sacrum, 3d, 3D, https://www.chicagomedicalgraphics.com/)

CMG Trial Exhibit - Car Wreck Injuries

Chicago Medical Graphics is a team of medical illustrators with studios in both Texas and the Chicago Loop. We create 2-D and 3-D custom demonstrative evidence for litigation and mediation, including traditional and digital still media, plus animation. ( medlegal, attorney, attorneys, law, malpractice, liability, injury, trauma, legal, accident, wreck, car, nerve, nervous, spine, spinal, lawyer, fracture, fractures, S1, root, sacral, sacrum, 3d, 3D, https://www.chicagomedicalgraphics.com/)

Keywords: Animation, Information Graphics, 3D, Medical Malpractice, Medical-Legal, Personal Injury, Neurosurgery, Orthopaedics, Injuries, Legal Exhibits

© Gerrity | Connol

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© Craig Zuckerman
medical illustration of Navigable 3D model of a plant cell for an interactive community college science course on cell biology, based on 'Bio Beyond', created with Smart Sparrow and Arizona State University from a grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. This shows details of the plasmodesmata which allows communication and molecular movement between plant cells. medical illustration of Navigable 3D model of a plant cell for an interactive community college science course on cell biology, based on 'Bio Beyond', created with Smart Sparrow and Arizona State University from a grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. This shows details of the plasmodesmata which allows communication and molecular movement between plant cells.

Bio Beyond

Navigable 3D model of a plant cell for an interactive community college science course on cell biology, based on 'Bio Beyond', created with Smart Sparrow and Arizona State University from a grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. This shows details of the plasmodesmata which allows communication and molecular movement between plant cells.

Keywords: Education, Multimedia, Museum / Zoo, Publishing, Web, Games, Interactive, Biology, Botany, Cell biology / Histology

© David Bolinsky

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© Marie Dauenheimer

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© Sebastian Kaulitzki
medical illustration of Cancer, also called malignancy, is an abnormal growth of cells. This is a CGI representation of a tumor cell, depicted with a wax surface medical illustration of Cancer, also called malignancy, is an abnormal growth of cells. This is a CGI representation of a tumor cell, depicted with a wax surface

Tumor cell

Cancer, also called malignancy, is an abnormal growth of cells. This is a CGI representation of a tumor cell, depicted with a wax surface

Keywords: 3D, Advertising / Marketing, Alternative Medicine, Cell biology / Histology, Endocrinology / Metabolic, Genetics, Health & Wellness

© Craig Zuckerman
medical illustration of One of a series of interactive animations created in partnership with the Frank H. Netter School of Medicine (Quinnipiac University) for a project called Clot Quest - an interactive exploration of blood coagulation.Tissue Factor pathway Inhibitor is an early mechanism for limiting how much blood clotting progresses. medical illustration of One of a series of interactive animations created in partnership with the Frank H. Netter School of Medicine (Quinnipiac University) for a project called Clot Quest - an interactive exploration of blood coagulation.Tissue Factor pathway Inhibitor is an early mechanism for limiting how much blood clotting progresses.

Clot quest

One of a series of interactive animations created in partnership with the Frank H. Netter School of Medicine (Quinnipiac University) for a project called Clot Quest - an interactive exploration of blood coagulation.Tissue Factor pathway Inhibitor is an early mechanism for limiting how much blood clotting progresses.

Keywords: Animation, 3D, VR/Virtual Reality, Advertising / Marketing, Editorial, Multimedia, Patient Education, Publishing, Games, Professional Education

© David Bolinsky
medical illustration of Young woman with insets showing various symptoms and complications of sarcoidosis: granulomas and scar tissue in lungs, enlarged lymph nodes in neck and chest, skin lesions, eye problems, enlarged spleen, enlarged liver, heart complications such as arrhythmia, brain and nervous system problems, skin lesions, and joint problems such as arthritis. medical illustration of Young woman with insets showing various symptoms and complications of sarcoidosis: granulomas and scar tissue in lungs, enlarged lymph nodes in neck and chest, skin lesions, eye problems, enlarged spleen, enlarged liver, heart complications such as arrhythmia, brain and nervous system problems, skin lesions, and joint problems such as arthritis.

Sarcoidosis

Young woman with insets showing various symptoms and complications of sarcoidosis: granulomas and scar tissue in lungs, enlarged lymph nodes in neck and chest, skin lesions, eye problems, enlarged spleen, enlarged liver, heart complications such as arrhythmia, brain and nervous system problems, skin lesions, and joint problems such as arthritis.

Keywords: Advertising / Marketing, Editorial, Education, Patient Education, Allergy / Immunology, Disease Management, General Medicine, Respiratory, Health & Wellness, Pathology

© Todd Buck

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© David Dunston
medical illustration of Vector illustration of lateral cross sectional human brain done in Adobe Illustrator medical illustration of Vector illustration of lateral cross sectional human brain done in Adobe Illustrator

Anatomy of the Kidney vector illustration

Vector illustration of lateral cross sectional human brain done in Adobe Illustrator

Keywords: Color, Design, Line with Color, Editorial, Publishing, Stock, Anatomy, Biology, Urology

© Maxwell Yeager
medical illustration of Advertising illustration for a pharmaceutical company showing nail fungus of the toes along with a new treatment option. Image is in layers and available on any color background. (fungal, fungi, nail, nails, urea, lactic acid, dermatology, dermatologist, skin, feet, foot, chicagomedicalgraphics, Chicago, medical, graphics) medical illustration of Advertising illustration for a pharmaceutical company showing nail fungus of the toes along with a new treatment option. Image is in layers and available on any color background. (fungal, fungi, nail, nails, urea, lactic acid, dermatology, dermatologist, skin, feet, foot, chicagomedicalgraphics, Chicago, medical, graphics)

Nail Fungus Marketing Illustration

Advertising illustration for a pharmaceutical company showing nail fungus of the toes along with a new treatment option. Image is in layers and available on any color background. (fungal, fungi, nail, nails, urea, lactic acid, dermatology, dermatologist, skin, feet, foot, chicagomedicalgraphics, Chicago, medical, graphics)

Keywords: Advertising / Marketing, Multimedia, Patient Education, Web, Product Demonstration, Dermatology, Mechanism of Action (MOA)

© Peg Gerrity
medical illustration of Elderly female patient consulting with doctor, background shows cancer screening tests (colon, lung, breast) and a chart showing life expectancy. medical illustration of Elderly female patient consulting with doctor, background shows cancer screening tests (colon, lung, breast) and a chart showing life expectancy.

Cancer Screening of the Elderly

Elderly female patient consulting with doctor, background shows cancer screening tests (colon, lung, breast) and a chart showing life expectancy.

Keywords: Editorial, Education, Patient Education, Disease Management, General Medicine, Oncology, Health & Wellness

© Todd Buck
medical illustration of This eLearning course instructs laboratory staff members on the basic principles of Bioterrorism. medical illustration of This eLearning course instructs laboratory staff members on the basic principles of Bioterrorism.

Bioterrorism

This eLearning course instructs laboratory staff members on the basic principles of Bioterrorism.

Keywords: Design, Multimedia, Patient Education, Professional Education, Interactive

© Kevin Clark
medical illustration of Girl struggling to breath and anatomy of narrowed airway due to asthma. medical illustration of Girl struggling to breath and anatomy of narrowed airway due to asthma.

Asthma

Girl struggling to breath and anatomy of narrowed airway due to asthma.

Keywords: Editorial, Education, Patient Education, Allergy / Immunology, Disease Management, Emergency Medicine, Pediatrics, Respiratory, Health & Wellness, Sports Medicine

© Todd Buck
medical illustration of From an animation for  an interactive community college science course on cell biology based on 'Bio Beyond', created with Smart Sparrow and Arizona State University for the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. medical illustration of From an animation for  an interactive community college science course on cell biology based on 'Bio Beyond', created with Smart Sparrow and Arizona State University for the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

Histone

From an animation for an interactive community college science course on cell biology based on 'Bio Beyond', created with Smart Sparrow and Arizona State University for the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

Keywords: Animation, 3D, Education, Multimedia, Technology, Web, Interactive, Mobile, Cell biology / Histology, Molecular Biology

© David Bolinsky
medical illustration of Color, 3D, Editorial, Publishing, Cell biology / Histology, Genetics, Molecular Biology, Natural Science / Nature medical illustration of Color, 3D, Editorial, Publishing, Cell biology / Histology, Genetics, Molecular Biology, Natural Science / Nature

Alien Cell

Keywords: Color, 3D, Editorial, Publishing, Cell biology / Histology, Genetics, Molecular Biology, Natural Science / Nature

© Adam Questell
medical illustration of Botanical illustration: Artichoke.
Graphite and colored pencil on paper. Photorealism/Hyperrealism Drawing.
medical illustration of Botanical illustration: Artichoke.
Graphite and colored pencil on paper. Photorealism/Hyperrealism Drawing.

Artichoke

Botanical illustration: Artichoke. Graphite and colored pencil on paper. Photorealism/Hyperrealism Drawing.

Keywords: Color, Advertising / Marketing, Editorial, Education, Museum / Zoo, Publishing, Professional Education, Botany, Natural History, Natural Science / Nature

© David Hamuel
medical illustration of From a series of interactive animations for Unilever comparing normal skin structures and how differently they respond to chronological aging and photodamage. medical illustration of From a series of interactive animations for Unilever comparing normal skin structures and how differently they respond to chronological aging and photodamage.

Epidermal growth

From a series of interactive animations for Unilever comparing normal skin structures and how differently they respond to chronological aging and photodamage.

Keywords: Animation, Advertising / Marketing, Editorial, Education, Publishing, Stock, Professional Education, Cell biology / Histology, Dermatology

© David Bolinsky
medical illustration of From an interactive education project on coagulation of blood created in partnership with the Frank H. Netter School of Medicine (Quinnipiac University), called Clot Quest, this is an image of encrypted tissue factor, an important link in post-platelet-activation clot formation. medical illustration of From an interactive education project on coagulation of blood created in partnership with the Frank H. Netter School of Medicine (Quinnipiac University), called Clot Quest, this is an image of encrypted tissue factor, an important link in post-platelet-activation clot formation.

Clot quest

From an interactive education project on coagulation of blood created in partnership with the Frank H. Netter School of Medicine (Quinnipiac University), called Clot Quest, this is an image of encrypted tissue factor, an important link in post-platelet-activation clot formation.

Keywords: Animation, 3D, Education, Multimedia, Professional Education, Interactive, Mobile, Biology, Cell biology / Histology, Mechanism of Action (MOA)

© David Bolinsky
medical illustration of Estee Lauder is among many cosmetics companies developing bioactive cosmetics, using many naturally-occurring botanical ingredients. We explored the activity of five of those ingredients in this video. The stylistic intent was to bring an elegant look to the project while respecting the underlying science. medical illustration of Estee Lauder is among many cosmetics companies developing bioactive cosmetics, using many naturally-occurring botanical ingredients. We explored the activity of five of those ingredients in this video. The stylistic intent was to bring an elegant look to the project while respecting the underlying science.

Clinique Dark Spot Remover

Estee Lauder is among many cosmetics companies developing bioactive cosmetics, using many naturally-occurring botanical ingredients. We explored the activity of five of those ingredients in this video. The stylistic intent was to bring an elegant look to the project while respecting the underlying science.

Keywords: Animation, Advertising / Marketing, Editorial, Education, Web, Product Demonstration, Interactive, Alternative Medicine, Biotechnology, Botany

© David Bolinsky
medical illustration of Deep vein thrombosis (blood clots) in leg traveling to pulmonary vessels of lung. medical illustration of Deep vein thrombosis (blood clots) in leg traveling to pulmonary vessels of lung.

Deep Vein Thrombosis and Pulmonary Embolism

Deep vein thrombosis (blood clots) in leg traveling to pulmonary vessels of lung.

Keywords: Editorial, Education, Cardiac Surgery / Cardiology, Emergency Medicine, Respiratory, Thoracic Surgery, Vascular Surgery, Mechanism of Action (MOA), Health & Wellness

© Todd Buck
medical illustration of OncoSec has developed a method for directly stimulating T-cells to aggregate within a tumor, bypassing natural checkpoint inhibition that protects tumors from the immune system. This still from the animation shows an antibody targeting the a T-cell attaching to a tumor cell that has had its checkpoint inhibition blocked. medical illustration of OncoSec has developed a method for directly stimulating T-cells to aggregate within a tumor, bypassing natural checkpoint inhibition that protects tumors from the immune system. This still from the animation shows an antibody targeting the a T-cell attaching to a tumor cell that has had its checkpoint inhibition blocked.

OncoSec Immunopulse Immunotherapy Program

OncoSec has developed a method for directly stimulating T-cells to aggregate within a tumor, bypassing natural checkpoint inhibition that protects tumors from the immune system. This still from the animation shows an antibody targeting the a T-cell attaching to a tumor cell that has had its checkpoint inhibition blocked.

Keywords: Animation, 3D, Models, Advertising / Marketing, Patient Education, Professional Education, Allergy / Immunology, Biotechnology, Cell biology / Histology, Oncology

© David Bolinsky
medical illustration of One of a series of interactive animations created in partnership with the Frank H. Netter School of Medicine (Quinnipiac University) for a project called Clot Quest - an interactive exploration of blood coagulation. This is from an interactive scene on platelet activation on a plasma membrane. medical illustration of One of a series of interactive animations created in partnership with the Frank H. Netter School of Medicine (Quinnipiac University) for a project called Clot Quest - an interactive exploration of blood coagulation. This is from an interactive scene on platelet activation on a plasma membrane.

Clot quest

One of a series of interactive animations created in partnership with the Frank H. Netter School of Medicine (Quinnipiac University) for a project called Clot Quest - an interactive exploration of blood coagulation. This is from an interactive scene on platelet activation on a plasma membrane.

Keywords: Animation, 3D, Apps/Mobile, Education, Web, Professional Education, Interactive, Cell biology / Histology, Mechanism of Action (MOA), Hemophilia

© David Bolinsky
medical illustration of This image was for possible use as a Science cover art by Harvard's David Sinclair. The research involved the discovery of a new protein domain that senses the small molecule NAD and controls DNA repair. Implications for humans are age-reversal and the protection of astronauts in deep space from gamma ray damage. medical illustration of This image was for possible use as a Science cover art by Harvard's David Sinclair. The research involved the discovery of a new protein domain that senses the small molecule NAD and controls DNA repair. Implications for humans are age-reversal and the protection of astronauts in deep space from gamma ray damage.

DBC1 and NAD and Mars

This image was for possible use as a Science cover art by Harvard's David Sinclair. The research involved the discovery of a new protein domain that senses the small molecule NAD and controls DNA repair. Implications for humans are age-reversal and the protection of astronauts in deep space from gamma ray damage.

Keywords: Design, 3D, Editorial, Publishing, Technology, Professional Education, Alternative Medicine, Biotechnology, Cell biology / Histology, Molecular Biology

© David Bolinsky
medical illustration of This image is a part of a series describing a less invasive approach for placing a LVAD device to assist a failing heart. medical illustration of This image is a part of a series describing a less invasive approach for placing a LVAD device to assist a failing heart.

LVAD pump placement

This image is a part of a series describing a less invasive approach for placing a LVAD device to assist a failing heart.

Keywords: Black & White, Education, Publishing, Cardiac Surgery / Cardiology, Thoracic Surgery, Transplantation Surgery

© Elsevier, Inc.
medical illustration of Estee Lauder is among many cosmetics companies developing bioactive cosmetics, using many naturally-occurring botanical ingredients. We explored the activity of five of those ingredients in this video. The stylistic intent was to bring an elegant look to the project while respecting the underlying science. medical illustration of Estee Lauder is among many cosmetics companies developing bioactive cosmetics, using many naturally-occurring botanical ingredients. We explored the activity of five of those ingredients in this video. The stylistic intent was to bring an elegant look to the project while respecting the underlying science.

Clinique Dark Spot Remover

Estee Lauder is among many cosmetics companies developing bioactive cosmetics, using many naturally-occurring botanical ingredients. We explored the activity of five of those ingredients in this video. The stylistic intent was to bring an elegant look to the project while respecting the underlying science.

Keywords: Animation, 3D, Advertising / Marketing, Editorial, Education, Technology, Product Demonstration, Alternative Medicine, Botany, Cell biology / Histology

© David Bolinsky

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© Sebastian Kaulitzki
medical illustration of This detailed medical illustration highlights the difference between a stable and an unstable thrombus medical illustration of This detailed medical illustration highlights the difference between a stable and an unstable thrombus

Stable and Unstable Thrombus

This detailed medical illustration highlights the difference between a stable and an unstable thrombus

Keywords: Color, Publishing, Web, Professional Education, Interactive, Research, Anatomy, Cardiac Surgery / Cardiology

© Marie Dauenheimer
medical illustration of We created a series of sixteen animations for Oxford University Press to accompany a nursing neurophysiology book by David Eagleman. This is from the hearing module. medical illustration of We created a series of sixteen animations for Oxford University Press to accompany a nursing neurophysiology book by David Eagleman. This is from the hearing module.

Neuroanatomy - Eagleman

We created a series of sixteen animations for Oxford University Press to accompany a nursing neurophysiology book by David Eagleman. This is from the hearing module.

Keywords: Animation, Advertising / Marketing, Editorial, Education, Multimedia, Patient Education, Publishing, Interactive, Anatomy, Cell biology / Histology

© David Bolinsky
medical illustration of Color, Patient Education, Obstetrics / Gynecology medical illustration of Color, Patient Education, Obstetrics / Gynecology

Types of ovarian cysts

Keywords: Color, Patient Education, Obstetrics / Gynecology

Jobson Medical
medical illustration of Walnuts also contain manganese, copper, iron, phosphorous, magnesium, and calcium—all nutrients which are important to good health, and walnuts, like most nuts, can help lower cholesterol and improve heart health when eaten as part of a balanced diet. medical illustration of Walnuts also contain manganese, copper, iron, phosphorous, magnesium, and calcium—all nutrients which are important to good health, and walnuts, like most nuts, can help lower cholesterol and improve heart health when eaten as part of a balanced diet.

Brain Food

Walnuts also contain manganese, copper, iron, phosphorous, magnesium, and calcium—all nutrients which are important to good health, and walnuts, like most nuts, can help lower cholesterol and improve heart health when eaten as part of a balanced diet.

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© Craig Zuckerman

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© Craig Zuckerman
medical illustration of Diving into the cytoplasm of the hepatocyte we see typical cellular organelles. medical illustration of Diving into the cytoplasm of the hepatocyte we see typical cellular organelles.

Mitochondria

Diving into the cytoplasm of the hepatocyte we see typical cellular organelles.

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© David Bolinsky
medical illustration of This image was part of a series of 27 illustrations for the definitive Merck Manuals Online. Each image was designed to capture the main idea of the body system or disease category. CLIENT - Merck and Co. medical illustration of This image was part of a series of 27 illustrations for the definitive Merck Manuals Online. Each image was designed to capture the main idea of the body system or disease category. CLIENT - Merck and Co.

Blood Flow

This image was part of a series of 27 illustrations for the definitive Merck Manuals Online. Each image was designed to capture the main idea of the body system or disease category. CLIENT - Merck and Co.

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© Adam Questell
medical illustration of We created a series of sixteen animations for Oxford University Press to accompany a nursing neurophysiology book by David Eagleman. This is from the hearing module. medical illustration of We created a series of sixteen animations for Oxford University Press to accompany a nursing neurophysiology book by David Eagleman. This is from the hearing module.

Neuroanatomy - Eagleman

We created a series of sixteen animations for Oxford University Press to accompany a nursing neurophysiology book by David Eagleman. This is from the hearing module.

Keywords: Animation, 3D, Advertising / Marketing, Editorial, Education, Publishing, Web, Professional Education, Anatomy, Neuroscience

© David Bolinsky
medical illustration of Diving into the cytoplasm of the hepatocyte we see typical cellular organelles. medical illustration of Diving into the cytoplasm of the hepatocyte we see typical cellular organelles.

Into hepatocyte cytoplasm

Diving into the cytoplasm of the hepatocyte we see typical cellular organelles.

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© David Bolinsky
medical illustration of Larder Beetle medical illustration of Larder Beetle

Larder Beetle

Larder Beetle

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© Ella Marushchenko
medical illustration of Cardiac PW1 cells naturally reside in the myocardium and have stem cell characteristics medical illustration of Cardiac PW1 cells naturally reside in the myocardium and have stem cell characteristics

Cardiac PW1 Adult Stem Cells

Cardiac PW1 cells naturally reside in the myocardium and have stem cell characteristics

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© Marie Dauenheimer

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© Sebastian Kaulitzki
medical illustration of Tools and Objects Drawing: Scissors.
Graphite and pencil on paper. Photorealism/Hyperrealism Drawing.
medical illustration of Tools and Objects Drawing: Scissors.
Graphite and pencil on paper. Photorealism/Hyperrealism Drawing.

Scissors

Tools and Objects Drawing: Scissors. Graphite and pencil on paper. Photorealism/Hyperrealism Drawing.

Keywords: Black & White, Advertising / Marketing, Editorial, Education, Museum / Zoo, Publishing, Stock, Professional Education, Natural History, Natural Science / Nature

© David Hamuel
medical illustration of OncoSec has developed a method for directly stimulating T-cells to aggregate within a tumor, bypassing natural checkpoint inhibition that protects tumors from the immune system. This still from the animation shows a T-cell approaching a tumor cell that has had its checkpoint inhibition blocked. medical illustration of OncoSec has developed a method for directly stimulating T-cells to aggregate within a tumor, bypassing natural checkpoint inhibition that protects tumors from the immune system. This still from the animation shows a T-cell approaching a tumor cell that has had its checkpoint inhibition blocked.

OncoSec Immunopulse Immunotherapy Program

OncoSec has developed a method for directly stimulating T-cells to aggregate within a tumor, bypassing natural checkpoint inhibition that protects tumors from the immune system. This still from the animation shows a T-cell approaching a tumor cell that has had its checkpoint inhibition blocked.

Keywords: Animation, 3D, Models, Advertising / Marketing, Patient Education, Product Demonstration, Professional Education, Biotechnology, Cell biology / Histology, Oncology

© David Bolinsky

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© Sebastian Kaulitzki
medical illustration of This image was created for the cover of the Journal of Oncology Practice ( medical illustration of This image was created for the cover of the Journal of Oncology Practice (

Renal Medullary Carcinoma

This image was created for the cover of the Journal of Oncology Practice ("The Authoritative Resource for Practicing Oncology"). It depicts a tumor in the renal medulla of a human kidney. CLIENT - ASCO, Harborside Press

Keywords: Color, 3D, Publishing, Professional Education, Research, Anatomy, Disease Management, Urology, Oncology, Health & Wellness

© Adam Questell
medical illustration of Color, Education, Patient Education, Gastroenterology medical illustration of Color, Education, Patient Education, Gastroenterology

diverticulitis

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© Kari C. Toverud
medical illustration of For Unilever, this is from a series of animations showing the mechanism of action of bio-active cosmetic products in and on the skin. This animation showed the effects of photoaging on the skin. medical illustration of For Unilever, this is from a series of animations showing the mechanism of action of bio-active cosmetic products in and on the skin. This animation showed the effects of photoaging on the skin.

Skin repair

For Unilever, this is from a series of animations showing the mechanism of action of bio-active cosmetic products in and on the skin. This animation showed the effects of photoaging on the skin.

Keywords: Animation, 3D, Advertising / Marketing, Patient Education, Technology, Product Demonstration, Professional Education, Biotechnology, Cell biology / Histology, Dermatology

© David Bolinsky
medical illustration of Chemical models of aminoacids:
alanine - ala - A 
arginine - arg - R 
asparagine - asn - N 
aspartic acid - asp - D 
cysteine - cys - C 
glutamine - gln - Q 
glutamic acid - glu - E 
glycine - gly - G 
histidine - his - H 
isoleucine - ile - I 
leucine - leu - L 
lysine - lys - K 
methionine - met - M 
phenylalanine - phe - F 
proline - pro - P 
serine - ser - S 
threonine - thr - T 
tryptophan - trp - W 
tyrosine - tyr - Y 
valine - val - V 
medical illustration of Chemical models of aminoacids:
alanine - ala - A 
arginine - arg - R 
asparagine - asn - N 
aspartic acid - asp - D 
cysteine - cys - C 
glutamine - gln - Q 
glutamic acid - glu - E 
glycine - gly - G 
histidine - his - H 
isoleucine - ile - I 
leucine - leu - L 
lysine - lys - K 
methionine - met - M 
phenylalanine - phe - F 
proline - pro - P 
serine - ser - S 
threonine - thr - T 
tryptophan - trp - W 
tyrosine - tyr - Y 
valine - val - V

Chemical models of aminoacids

Chemical models of aminoacids: alanine - ala - A arginine - arg - R asparagine - asn - N aspartic acid - asp - D cysteine - cys - C glutamine - gln - Q glutamic acid - glu - E glycine - gly - G histidine - his - H isoleucine - ile - I leucine - leu - L lysine - lys - K methionine - met - M phenylalanine - phe - F proline - pro - P serine - ser - S threonine - thr - T tryptophan - trp - W tyrosine - tyr - Y valine - val - V

Keywords: 3D, Research, Biology, Biotechnology, Molecular Biology

© Marcin Klapczynski
medical illustration of Estee Lauder is among many cosmetics companies developing bioactive cosmetics, using many naturally-occurring botanical ingredients. We explored the activity of five of those ingredients in this video. The stylistic intent was to bring an elegant look to the project while respecting the underlying science. medical illustration of Estee Lauder is among many cosmetics companies developing bioactive cosmetics, using many naturally-occurring botanical ingredients. We explored the activity of five of those ingredients in this video. The stylistic intent was to bring an elegant look to the project while respecting the underlying science.

Clinique Dark Spot Remover

Estee Lauder is among many cosmetics companies developing bioactive cosmetics, using many naturally-occurring botanical ingredients. We explored the activity of five of those ingredients in this video. The stylistic intent was to bring an elegant look to the project while respecting the underlying science.

Keywords: Advertising / Marketing, Editorial, Stock, Web, Product Demonstration, Mobile, Alternative Medicine, Biotechnology, Dermatology, Mechanism of Action (MOA)

© David Bolinsky
medical illustration of Main pathobiological and functional abnormalities in alveoli, capillaries, small arteries and veins medical illustration of Main pathobiological and functional abnormalities in alveoli, capillaries, small arteries and veins

Main Pathobiological and Functional Abnormalities

Main pathobiological and functional abnormalities in alveoli, capillaries, small arteries and veins

Keywords: Airbrush, Color, Design, Education, Publishing, Professional Education, Research, Anatomy, Cardiac Surgery / Cardiology, Pathology

© Marie Dauenheimer
medical illustration of  A medicinal vial and slides of cancer cells.  Spotting cancer early is key, but trying to do that -- often when there are no symptoms -- has been challenging.
 Still, more and more evidence suggests that all cancers have a signature, or even a scent, that can be detected early. Now, researchers worldwide are testing simpler methods to spot the subtle signs of: medical illustration of  A medicinal vial and slides of cancer cells.  Spotting cancer early is key, but trying to do that -- often when there are no symptoms -- has been challenging.
 Still, more and more evidence suggests that all cancers have a signature, or even a scent, that can be detected early. Now, researchers worldwide are testing simpler methods to spot the subtle signs of:

Cancer cell slides

A medicinal vial and slides of cancer cells. Spotting cancer early is key, but trying to do that -- often when there are no symptoms -- has been challenging. Still, more and more evidence suggests that all cancers have a signature, or even a scent, that can be detected early. Now, researchers worldwide are testing simpler methods to spot the subtle signs of:

Keywords: 3D, Advertising / Marketing, Education, Patient Education, Biotechnology, Disease Management, Molecular Biology, Health & Wellness

© Craig Zuckerman
medical illustration of Illustration depicting adenocarcinoma and neuroendocrine cancer of the pancreas, and cholangiocarcinoma of the gallbladder. medical illustration of Illustration depicting adenocarcinoma and neuroendocrine cancer of the pancreas, and cholangiocarcinoma of the gallbladder.

Pancreatic Cancer

Illustration depicting adenocarcinoma and neuroendocrine cancer of the pancreas, and cholangiocarcinoma of the gallbladder.

Keywords: Color, Education, Patient Education, Professional Education, Anatomy, Disease Management, Endocrinology / Metabolic, General Medicine, General Surgery, Oncology

© Columbia University
medical illustration of Spermatozoon écorché, flayed for illustrative purposes, and without the plasmalemma during helical pattern motility. Select organelles are clearly visible, including the golgi-derived acrosome cap, helical mitochondrial sheath, proximal centriole, segmented columns of the axoneme (aka axial filament), and annulus ring. medical illustration of Spermatozoon écorché, flayed for illustrative purposes, and without the plasmalemma during helical pattern motility. Select organelles are clearly visible, including the golgi-derived acrosome cap, helical mitochondrial sheath, proximal centriole, segmented columns of the axoneme (aka axial filament), and annulus ring.

(Z)-Spermatozoon

Spermatozoon écorché, flayed for illustrative purposes, and without the plasmalemma during helical pattern motility. Select organelles are clearly visible, including the golgi-derived acrosome cap, helical mitochondrial sheath, proximal centriole, segmented columns of the axoneme (aka axial filament), and annulus ring.

Keywords: 3D, Anatomy, Cell biology / Histology, Embryology, Genetics, Maternal / Child, Natural Science / Nature, Obstetrics / Gynecology, Reproductive Biology, Urology

© Zusammen LLC

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© Marie Dauenheimer

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© Sebastian Kaulitzki
medical illustration of A detailed illustration of the ankle featuring normal anatomy and grade I, II and III sprains.  posterior talofibular ligament, anterior talofibular ligament, and calcaneofibular ligaments are included in this lateral view. medical illustration of A detailed illustration of the ankle featuring normal anatomy and grade I, II and III sprains.  posterior talofibular ligament, anterior talofibular ligament, and calcaneofibular ligaments are included in this lateral view.

Ankle Sprains

A detailed illustration of the ankle featuring normal anatomy and grade I, II and III sprains. posterior talofibular ligament, anterior talofibular ligament, and calcaneofibular ligaments are included in this lateral view.

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© Marie Dauenheimer
medical illustration of Navigable 3D model of a plant cell for an interactive community college science course on cell biology, based on 'Bio Beyond', created with Smart Sparrow and Arizona State University from a grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. This image shows details of a chloroplast of a plant cell. medical illustration of Navigable 3D model of a plant cell for an interactive community college science course on cell biology, based on 'Bio Beyond', created with Smart Sparrow and Arizona State University from a grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. This image shows details of a chloroplast of a plant cell.

Bio Beyond

Navigable 3D model of a plant cell for an interactive community college science course on cell biology, based on 'Bio Beyond', created with Smart Sparrow and Arizona State University from a grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. This image shows details of a chloroplast of a plant cell.

Keywords: Animation, Microscopy, Education, Multimedia, Web, Games, Interactive, Mobile, Botany, Cell biology / Histology

© David Bolinsky

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© David Dunston
medical illustration of Accumulating evidence links bacterial or viral infection with the neuropathology of
Alzheimer’s disease. Once bacteria enter the brain,  toll-like receptors are activated, triggering the release of cytokines by microglial cells. medical illustration of Accumulating evidence links bacterial or viral infection with the neuropathology of
Alzheimer’s disease. Once bacteria enter the brain,  toll-like receptors are activated, triggering the release of cytokines by microglial cells.

Brain infection and Alzheimer's disease pathology

Accumulating evidence links bacterial or viral infection with the neuropathology of Alzheimer’s disease. Once bacteria enter the brain, toll-like receptors are activated, triggering the release of cytokines by microglial cells.

Keywords: Color, Editorial, Publishing, Allergy / Immunology, Cell biology / Histology, Molecular Biology, Neuroscience, Mechanism of Action (MOA)

© Kimberly Battista
medical illustration of This is one of 25 short animations created for a TED MED talk by Charity Sunshine Tillemann Dick about her second double lung transplant and how she regained her world-class skills as a coloratura soprano afterward. medical illustration of This is one of 25 short animations created for a TED MED talk by Charity Sunshine Tillemann Dick about her second double lung transplant and how she regained her world-class skills as a coloratura soprano afterward.

Lung transplant

This is one of 25 short animations created for a TED MED talk by Charity Sunshine Tillemann Dick about her second double lung transplant and how she regained her world-class skills as a coloratura soprano afterward.

Keywords: Animation, 3D, Editorial, Education, Multimedia, Patient Education, Interactive, Physical Therapy, Respiratory, Thoracic Surgery

© David Bolinsky
medical illustration of This image was part of a series of 24 illustrations for a definitive on-line Veterinary Resource Manual. Each image was designed to capture the main idea of the body system or disease category. CLIENT - Merck and Co. medical illustration of This image was part of a series of 24 illustrations for a definitive on-line Veterinary Resource Manual. Each image was designed to capture the main idea of the body system or disease category. CLIENT - Merck and Co.

Feline Endocrinology

This image was part of a series of 24 illustrations for a definitive on-line Veterinary Resource Manual. Each image was designed to capture the main idea of the body system or disease category. CLIENT - Merck and Co.

Keywords: Color, 3D, Education, Museum / Zoo, Disease Management, Endocrinology / Metabolic, General Medicine, Veterinary Medicine, Zoology, Pathology

© Adam Questell
medical illustration of 3D model of Bythotrephes (aka, spiny water flea), an invasive freshwater zooplankton introduced into the Great Lakes via ship ballast water. medical illustration of 3D model of Bythotrephes (aka, spiny water flea), an invasive freshwater zooplankton introduced into the Great Lakes via ship ballast water.

Bythotrephes 3D Model

3D model of Bythotrephes (aka, spiny water flea), an invasive freshwater zooplankton introduced into the Great Lakes via ship ballast water.

Keywords: 3D, Models, Editorial, Education, Research, Biology, Natural Science / Nature, Zoology

© Todd Buck
medical illustration of Color, Patient Education, Orthopaedics medical illustration of Color, Patient Education, Orthopaedics

Scoliosis

Keywords: Color, Patient Education, Orthopaedics

University of Iowa
medical illustration of Anatomy of the Iliotibial band, this thick tract of connective tissue that runs laterally from the ilium to the tibia (Gerdy's tubercle) helps stabilize the knee.  Anatomical structures featured in this illustration include--the gluteus maximus, tensor fascia latae, quadriceps femoris and hamstrings. medical illustration of Anatomy of the Iliotibial band, this thick tract of connective tissue that runs laterally from the ilium to the tibia (Gerdy's tubercle) helps stabilize the knee.  Anatomical structures featured in this illustration include--the gluteus maximus, tensor fascia latae, quadriceps femoris and hamstrings.

Anatomy of there Iliotibial Band

Anatomy of the Iliotibial band, this thick tract of connective tissue that runs laterally from the ilium to the tibia (Gerdy's tubercle) helps stabilize the knee. Anatomical structures featured in this illustration include--the gluteus maximus, tensor fascia latae, quadriceps femoris and hamstrings.

Keywords: Education, Patient Education, Publishing, Stock, Web, Personal Injury, Professional Education, Anatomy, Orthopaedics, Physical Therapy

© Marie Dauenheimer
medical illustration of Biceps Tendinitis medical illustration of Biceps Tendinitis

Biceps Tendinitis

Biceps Tendinitis

Keywords: Airbrush, Education, Patient Education, Publishing, Web, Interactive, Anatomy, Orthopaedics, Physical Therapy, Injuries

© Marie Dauenheimer
medical illustration of We created a series of sixteen animations for Oxford University Press to accompany a nursing neurophysiology book by David Eagleman. This is from the hearing module. medical illustration of We created a series of sixteen animations for Oxford University Press to accompany a nursing neurophysiology book by David Eagleman. This is from the hearing module.

Neuroanatomy - Eagleman

We created a series of sixteen animations for Oxford University Press to accompany a nursing neurophysiology book by David Eagleman. This is from the hearing module.

Keywords: Animation, 3D, VR/Virtual Reality, Advertising / Marketing, Editorial, Education, Publishing, Stock, Mobile, Neuroscience

© David Bolinsky
medical illustration of Cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulator (CFTR) can be genetically modified to remediate the worst aspects of the disease. This video discusses how the mechanism was modulated to good effect in several patients, for a professional conference at Johns Hopkins University. medical illustration of Cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulator (CFTR) can be genetically modified to remediate the worst aspects of the disease. This video discusses how the mechanism was modulated to good effect in several patients, for a professional conference at Johns Hopkins University.

Cystic fibrosis

Cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulator (CFTR) can be genetically modified to remediate the worst aspects of the disease. This video discusses how the mechanism was modulated to good effect in several patients, for a professional conference at Johns Hopkins University.

Keywords: Animation, 3D, Patient Education, Technology, Research, Alternative Medicine, Biotechnology, Cell biology / Histology, Gastroenterology, Mechanism of Action (MOA)

© David Bolinsky

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© Sebastian Kaulitzki
medical illustration of Nativis has developed a molecular biology approach to treating glioblastoma that avoids surgery, chemo and radiation. Our animation shows the technology breakthrough and the MOA.
This image shows the tight juncture of the blood brain barrier that prevents effective chemotherapy of brain cancers. medical illustration of Nativis has developed a molecular biology approach to treating glioblastoma that avoids surgery, chemo and radiation. Our animation shows the technology breakthrough and the MOA.
This image shows the tight juncture of the blood brain barrier that prevents effective chemotherapy of brain cancers.

New technology for glioblastoma treatment

Nativis has developed a molecular biology approach to treating glioblastoma that avoids surgery, chemo and radiation. Our animation shows the technology breakthrough and the MOA. This image shows the tight juncture of the blood brain barrier that prevents effective chemotherapy of brain cancers.

Keywords: Animation, 3D, Microscopy, Advertising / Marketing, Editorial, Patient Education, Technology, Web, Product Demonstration, Biotechnology

© David Bolinsky
medical illustration of This three minute pilot animation was created for a production company in Mexico City to visualize a children's adventure book written by Julio Frenk, M.D. (now president of the University of Miami). The book follows the adventures thru the human body by three lively amino acid characters. Here the characters are being transported in bubbles into a white blood cell perched on a neuron axon in the brain. medical illustration of This three minute pilot animation was created for a production company in Mexico City to visualize a children's adventure book written by Julio Frenk, M.D. (now president of the University of Miami). The book follows the adventures thru the human body by three lively amino acid characters. Here the characters are being transported in bubbles into a white blood cell perched on a neuron axon in the brain.

Triptofanito

This three minute pilot animation was created for a production company in Mexico City to visualize a children's adventure book written by Julio Frenk, M.D. (now president of the University of Miami). The book follows the adventures thru the human body by three lively amino acid characters. Here the characters are being transported in bubbles into a white blood cell perched on a neuron axon in the brain.

Keywords: Animation, 3D, Education, Multimedia, Patient Education, Product Demonstration, Interactive, Anatomy, Cell biology / Histology, Health & Wellness

© David Bolinsky
medical illustration of We are preparing to release our second generation 3D heart model with significant upgrades. 

The heart model is medically accurate and incredibly beautiful. 

The model can be used in animations, illustrations, and more.

You can purchase the model, or use our in-house team of animators to create beautiful illustrations or animations. medical illustration of We are preparing to release our second generation 3D heart model with significant upgrades. 

The heart model is medically accurate and incredibly beautiful. 

The model can be used in animations, illustrations, and more.

You can purchase the model, or use our in-house team of animators to create beautiful illustrations or animations.

3D Heart Model & Illustration

We are preparing to release our second generation 3D heart model with significant upgrades. The heart model is medically accurate and incredibly beautiful. The model can be used in animations, illustrations, and more. You can purchase the model, or use our in-house team of animators to create beautiful illustrations or animations.

Keywords: Color, 3D, Models, Advertising / Marketing, Multimedia, Product Demonstration, Research, Anatomy, Cardiac Surgery / Cardiology

© David Dunston
medical illustration of Birds Drawing: Golden Eagle. 
Graphite and pencils on paper. 
Photorealism/Hyperrealism Drawing. medical illustration of Birds Drawing: Golden Eagle. 
Graphite and pencils on paper. 
Photorealism/Hyperrealism Drawing.

Golden Eagle

Birds Drawing: Golden Eagle. Graphite and pencils on paper. Photorealism/Hyperrealism Drawing.

Keywords: Black & White, Editorial, Education, Museum / Zoo, Publishing, Biology, Natural History, Natural Science / Nature, Ornithology, Zoology

© David Hamuel
medical illustration of Alcohol Septal Ablation for Obstructive Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy medical illustration of Alcohol Septal Ablation for Obstructive Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy

Alcohol Septal Ablation

Alcohol Septal Ablation for Obstructive Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy

Keywords: Airbrush, Color, Education, Professional Education, Interactive, Research, Anatomy, Cardiac Surgery / Cardiology, General Surgery

© Marie Dauenheimer
medical illustration of 3D animated zoom from the gross kidney, into the glomerulus. medical illustration of 3D animated zoom from the gross kidney, into the glomerulus.

Kidney

3D animated zoom from the gross kidney, into the glomerulus.

Keywords: Animation, Advertising / Marketing, Editorial, Patient Education, Publishing, Stock, Interactive, Cell biology / Histology, Natural Science / Nature, Urology

© David Bolinsky
medical illustration of Closeup of sustained-release antimicrobial iodine micro-beads embedded within dehydrating biofilm protection within a microscopic wound environment. medical illustration of Closeup of sustained-release antimicrobial iodine micro-beads embedded within dehydrating biofilm protection within a microscopic wound environment.

(Z)-Iodine Microbeads (Closeup)

Closeup of sustained-release antimicrobial iodine micro-beads embedded within dehydrating biofilm protection within a microscopic wound environment.

Keywords: Animation, 3D, Advertising / Marketing, Allergy / Immunology, Biotechnology, Dermatology, Disease Management, Endocrinology / Metabolic, Molecular Biology, Mechanism of Action (MOA)

© Zusammen LLC
medical illustration of Aperion has developed a methodology to remove antigens from pig tissues used to replace ligaments in orthopedic repairs of the ACL, to remove the post-surgical immune response. medical illustration of Aperion has developed a methodology to remove antigens from pig tissues used to replace ligaments in orthopedic repairs of the ACL, to remove the post-surgical immune response.

ACL repair

Aperion has developed a methodology to remove antigens from pig tissues used to replace ligaments in orthopedic repairs of the ACL, to remove the post-surgical immune response.

Keywords: Animation, Advertising / Marketing, Education, Technology, Product Demonstration, Research, Allergy / Immunology, Alternative Medicine, Biotechnology, Orthopaedics

© David Bolinsky
medical illustration of We create visually functional, accurate and aesthetically pleasing digital models of technology prototypes for marketing and virtual testing. medical illustration of We create visually functional, accurate and aesthetically pleasing digital models of technology prototypes for marketing and virtual testing.

Technology prototype

We create visually functional, accurate and aesthetically pleasing digital models of technology prototypes for marketing and virtual testing.

Keywords: Animation, 3D, Models, Advertising / Marketing, Technology, Web, Product Demonstration, Interactive, Research, Biotechnology

© David Bolinsky
medical illustration of DNA Microarray gene expression visualization. Generated based on gene expression data from DNA chip. Red color indicates upregulation, green color downregulation of genes. Brightness of each data points indicates fold change over control. Vertical position indicates statistical significance medical illustration of DNA Microarray gene expression visualization. Generated based on gene expression data from DNA chip. Red color indicates upregulation, green color downregulation of genes. Brightness of each data points indicates fold change over control. Vertical position indicates statistical significance

Microarray Data Visualization

DNA Microarray gene expression visualization. Generated based on gene expression data from DNA chip. Red color indicates upregulation, green color downregulation of genes. Brightness of each data points indicates fold change over control. Vertical position indicates statistical significance

Keywords: 3D, Biotechnology, Genetics, Molecular Biology

© Marcin Klapczynski
medical illustration of Fat cells in 3D medical illustration of Fat cells in 3D

Fat cells

Fat cells in 3D

Keywords: 3D, Advertising / Marketing, Editorial, Multimedia, Research, Biotechnology, Cell biology / Histology, Natural Science / Nature, Physical Therapy, Health & Wellness

© Ella Marushchenko
medical illustration of Tyrannosaurus rex from comparative anatomy of the skulls and jaw muscles of theropod dinosaurs and their extant relatives ( birds and alligators ) poster. Illustrated in Adobe Photoshop and winner of an Award of Merit at the 2016 AMI conference. medical illustration of Tyrannosaurus rex from comparative anatomy of the skulls and jaw muscles of theropod dinosaurs and their extant relatives ( birds and alligators ) poster. Illustrated in Adobe Photoshop and winner of an Award of Merit at the 2016 AMI conference.

head of Tyrannosaurus rex dinosaur

Tyrannosaurus rex from comparative anatomy of the skulls and jaw muscles of theropod dinosaurs and their extant relatives ( birds and alligators ) poster. Illustrated in Adobe Photoshop and winner of an Award of Merit at the 2016 AMI conference.

Keywords: Color, Line with Color, Editorial, Education, Museum / Zoo, Publishing, Biology, Natural History, Natural Science / Nature, Zoology

© Maxwell Yeager
medical illustration of There are, according to research by Yale's Gordon Shepherd, an array of neurological pathways activated in sequence in order for the gustatory effects of food ingestion to be fully appreciated, as depicted in this animation. medical illustration of There are, according to research by Yale's Gordon Shepherd, an array of neurological pathways activated in sequence in order for the gustatory effects of food ingestion to be fully appreciated, as depicted in this animation.

Neurogastronomy

There are, according to research by Yale's Gordon Shepherd, an array of neurological pathways activated in sequence in order for the gustatory effects of food ingestion to be fully appreciated, as depicted in this animation.

Keywords: Animation, 3D, Advertising / Marketing, Editorial, Education, Endocrinology / Metabolic, Gastroenterology, Neuroscience, Ophthalmology, Health & Wellness

© David Bolinsky
medical illustration of From a series of interactive animations for Unilever comparing normal skin structures and how differently they respond to chronological aging and photodamage. medical illustration of From a series of interactive animations for Unilever comparing normal skin structures and how differently they respond to chronological aging and photodamage.

Chronological vs Photoaging of skin

From a series of interactive animations for Unilever comparing normal skin structures and how differently they respond to chronological aging and photodamage.

Keywords: 3D, Models, Advertising / Marketing, Editorial, Patient Education, Publishing, Product Demonstration, Cell biology / Histology, Dermatology, Mechanism of Action (MOA)

© David Bolinsky
medical illustration of An early preview of our 3d anatomy model showing the open skull and human brain. Still un-textured. medical illustration of An early preview of our 3d anatomy model showing the open skull and human brain. Still un-textured.

Skull and Brain

An early preview of our 3d anatomy model showing the open skull and human brain. Still un-textured.

Keywords: 3D, Multimedia, Publishing, Anatomy, Neuroscience

© Sebastian Kaulitzki
medical illustration of A detailed illustration of the rotator cuff muscles-anterior and posterior views.  Anatomical structures featured include acromion process, clavicle, scapula, humerus, supraspinatus, infraspinatus, subscapularis, and teres minor medical illustration of A detailed illustration of the rotator cuff muscles-anterior and posterior views.  Anatomical structures featured include acromion process, clavicle, scapula, humerus, supraspinatus, infraspinatus, subscapularis, and teres minor

Rotator Cuff Muscles

A detailed illustration of the rotator cuff muscles-anterior and posterior views. Anatomical structures featured include acromion process, clavicle, scapula, humerus, supraspinatus, infraspinatus, subscapularis, and teres minor

Keywords: Editorial, Education, Patient Education, Publishing, Stock, Web, Professional Education, Anatomy, Orthopaedics, Physical Therapy

© Marie Dauenheimer

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