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medical illustration of Two related diagrams depicting events at the synaptic cleft. The first shows how an activated G-protein coupled receptor (GPCR) interacts with its G-protein to inhibit vesicle fusion and neurotransmitter release at the presynaptic surface of a neuronal terminal button. The second shows how, when the GPCR is not activated, presynaptic vesicle fusion is possible and neurotransmitter is released into the synaptic cleft; initiating a cascade of events. These images were created in Adobe Illustrator. medical illustration of Two related diagrams depicting events at the synaptic cleft. The first shows how an activated G-protein coupled receptor (GPCR) interacts with its G-protein to inhibit vesicle fusion and neurotransmitter release at the presynaptic surface of a neuronal terminal button. The second shows how, when the GPCR is not activated, presynaptic vesicle fusion is possible and neurotransmitter is released into the synaptic cleft; initiating a cascade of events. These images were created in Adobe Illustrator.

G-Protein Coupled Receptors at the Synapse

Two related diagrams depicting events at the synaptic cleft. The first shows how an activated G-protein coupled receptor (GPCR) interacts with its G-protein to inhibit vesicle fusion and neurotransmitter release at the presynaptic surface of a neuronal terminal button. The second shows how, when the GPCR is not activated, presynaptic vesicle fusion is possible and neurotransmitter is released into the synaptic cleft; initiating a cascade of events. These images were created in Adobe Illustrator.

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© Dayna Menken
medical illustration of This bacteria is causative agent of chronic gastritis and gastric ulcers. 
Scanning electron microscope, 15 000:1 (when 15cms wide) medical illustration of This bacteria is causative agent of chronic gastritis and gastric ulcers. 
Scanning electron microscope, 15 000:1 (when 15cms wide)

Helicobacter pylori

This bacteria is causative agent of chronic gastritis and gastric ulcers. Scanning electron microscope, 15 000:1 (when 15cms wide)

Keywords: Disease Management, Gastroenterology, Pathology

© Oliver Meckes
medical illustration of A demonstration of Photoshop inking methods. I use digital textures and custom brushes to replicate a traditional india ink appearance in digital media. This demo features a baltimore oriole. medical illustration of A demonstration of Photoshop inking methods. I use digital textures and custom brushes to replicate a traditional india ink appearance in digital media. This demo features a baltimore oriole.

Baltimore Oriole

A demonstration of Photoshop inking methods. I use digital textures and custom brushes to replicate a traditional india ink appearance in digital media. This demo features a baltimore oriole.

Keywords: Black & White, Museum / Zoo, Natural History, Ornithology, Zoology

© Justine Lee Hirten
medical illustration of Animation, 3D, Advertising / Marketing, Education, Patient Education, Professional Education, Molecular Biology, Orthopaedics, Injuries, Mechanism of Action (MOA) medical illustration of Animation, 3D, Advertising / Marketing, Education, Patient Education, Professional Education, Molecular Biology, Orthopaedics, Injuries, Mechanism of Action (MOA)

Cytokines

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© ICom Creative

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© Tyler Woods
medical illustration of Illustration of how to insert the long brush into the endoscope to remove debris after use. medical illustration of Illustration of how to insert the long brush into the endoscope to remove debris after use.

Brushing the Inside of the Endoscope

Illustration of how to insert the long brush into the endoscope to remove debris after use.

Keywords: Black & White, Line, Advertising / Marketing, Product Demonstration, Professional Education, General Medicine, Medical Devices

© Assata Worrell
medical illustration of Stingray Medical device used for Coronary Chronic Total Occlusion medical illustration of Stingray Medical device used for Coronary Chronic Total Occlusion

Stingray device in vessel

Stingray Medical device used for Coronary Chronic Total Occlusion

Keywords: 3D, Editorial, Product Demonstration, Professional Education, Cardiac Surgery / Cardiology, Disease Management, General Surgery, Medical Devices, Mechanism of Action (MOA)

© Quade Paul
medical illustration of Here's is another beautiful image from an animation we're doing on Meralgia Paresthetica, for Healing Hands of Nebraska.
 
It's a condition caused by the compression of the Lateral Femoral Cutaneous Nerve. Causing pain and numbness in the thigh region of the leg. medical illustration of Here's is another beautiful image from an animation we're doing on Meralgia Paresthetica, for Healing Hands of Nebraska.
 
It's a condition caused by the compression of the Lateral Femoral Cutaneous Nerve. Causing pain and numbness in the thigh region of the leg.

Meralgia Paresthetica

Here's is another beautiful image from an animation we're doing on Meralgia Paresthetica, for Healing Hands of Nebraska. It's a condition caused by the compression of the Lateral Femoral Cutaneous Nerve. Causing pain and numbness in the thigh region of the leg.

Keywords: Animation, 3D, Advertising / Marketing, Editorial, Education, Patient Education, Web, Anatomy, General Surgery, Neuroscience

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medical illustration of A small infographic to accompany a story on an innovative new, pill-sized pacemaker. Heart, microwaves, battery, cardiac, vein, wire-free, armpit, circuit board, chip. medical illustration of A small infographic to accompany a story on an innovative new, pill-sized pacemaker. Heart, microwaves, battery, cardiac, vein, wire-free, armpit, circuit board, chip.

Change of Heartbeat

A small infographic to accompany a story on an innovative new, pill-sized pacemaker. Heart, microwaves, battery, cardiac, vein, wire-free, armpit, circuit board, chip.

Keywords: Color, Design, Information Graphics, Line with Color, Technology, Research, Biotechnology, Cardiac Surgery / Cardiology, Emergency Medicine, Medical Devices

© Tami Tolpa

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medical illustration of A small infographic to accompany a story on an innovative new, pill-sized pacemaker. Heart, microwaves, battery, cardiac, vein, wire-free, armpit, circuit board, chip. medical illustration of A small infographic to accompany a story on an innovative new, pill-sized pacemaker. Heart, microwaves, battery, cardiac, vein, wire-free, armpit, circuit board, chip.

Change of Heartbeat

A small infographic to accompany a story on an innovative new, pill-sized pacemaker. Heart, microwaves, battery, cardiac, vein, wire-free, armpit, circuit board, chip.

Keywords: Color, Design, Information Graphics, Line with Color, Technology, Research, Biotechnology, Cardiac Surgery / Cardiology, Emergency Medicine, Medical Devices

© Tami Tolpa

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medical illustration of A demonstration of Photoshop inking methods. I use digital textures and custom brushes to replicate a traditional india ink appearance in digital media. This demo features a baltimore oriole. medical illustration of A demonstration of Photoshop inking methods. I use digital textures and custom brushes to replicate a traditional india ink appearance in digital media. This demo features a baltimore oriole.

Baltimore Oriole

A demonstration of Photoshop inking methods. I use digital textures and custom brushes to replicate a traditional india ink appearance in digital media. This demo features a baltimore oriole.

Keywords: Black & White, Museum / Zoo, Natural History, Ornithology, Zoology

© Justine Lee Hirten
medical illustration of Here's is another beautiful image from an animation we're doing on Meralgia Paresthetica, for Healing Hands of Nebraska.
 
It's a condition caused by the compression of the Lateral Femoral Cutaneous Nerve. Causing pain and numbness in the thigh region of the leg. medical illustration of Here's is another beautiful image from an animation we're doing on Meralgia Paresthetica, for Healing Hands of Nebraska.
 
It's a condition caused by the compression of the Lateral Femoral Cutaneous Nerve. Causing pain and numbness in the thigh region of the leg.

Meralgia Paresthetica

Here's is another beautiful image from an animation we're doing on Meralgia Paresthetica, for Healing Hands of Nebraska. It's a condition caused by the compression of the Lateral Femoral Cutaneous Nerve. Causing pain and numbness in the thigh region of the leg.

Keywords: Animation, 3D, Advertising / Marketing, Editorial, Education, Patient Education, Web, Anatomy, General Surgery, Neuroscience

© singlecell animation
medical illustration of Animation, 3D, Advertising / Marketing, Education, Patient Education, Professional Education, Molecular Biology, Orthopaedics, Injuries, Mechanism of Action (MOA) medical illustration of Animation, 3D, Advertising / Marketing, Education, Patient Education, Professional Education, Molecular Biology, Orthopaedics, Injuries, Mechanism of Action (MOA)

Cytokines

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© ICom Creative

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© Tyler Woods
medical illustration of An infographic depicting the genetic differences than affect the body's ability to process the painkiller codeine. Infographic, gene, DNA, liver, codeine, pill, enzyme, morphine, receptor, neuron, pain, signal, CYP2D6 gene. medical illustration of An infographic depicting the genetic differences than affect the body's ability to process the painkiller codeine. Infographic, gene, DNA, liver, codeine, pill, enzyme, morphine, receptor, neuron, pain, signal, CYP2D6 gene.

Preventing Pain

An infographic depicting the genetic differences than affect the body's ability to process the painkiller codeine. Infographic, gene, DNA, liver, codeine, pill, enzyme, morphine, receptor, neuron, pain, signal, CYP2D6 gene.

Keywords: Color, Design, Information Graphics, Line with Color, Patient Education, Anatomy, Biology, Disease Management, General Medicine, Mechanism of Action (MOA)

© Tami Tolpa
medical illustration of This bacteria is causative agent of chronic gastritis and gastric ulcers. 
Scanning electron microscope, 15 000:1 (when 15cms wide) medical illustration of This bacteria is causative agent of chronic gastritis and gastric ulcers. 
Scanning electron microscope, 15 000:1 (when 15cms wide)

Helicobacter pylori

This bacteria is causative agent of chronic gastritis and gastric ulcers. Scanning electron microscope, 15 000:1 (when 15cms wide)

Keywords: Disease Management, Gastroenterology, Pathology

© Oliver Meckes
medical illustration of Photography, Biology, Botany medical illustration of Photography, Biology, Botany

Pollen flying in May

Keywords: Photography, Biology, Botany

© Oliver Meckes
medical illustration of This painting was created for the Guild of Natural Science Illustrators exhibit for the 2018 conference. Left is an adult Eastern Screech Owl (gray morph) and right is the fledgling. I worked in a traditional realism style using a mix of acrylic and colored pencil. The branches feature greenshield lichen, native to Connecticut where I worked on this illustration. medical illustration of This painting was created for the Guild of Natural Science Illustrators exhibit for the 2018 conference. Left is an adult Eastern Screech Owl (gray morph) and right is the fledgling. I worked in a traditional realism style using a mix of acrylic and colored pencil. The branches feature greenshield lichen, native to Connecticut where I worked on this illustration.

Eastern Screech Owl adult and fledgling

This painting was created for the Guild of Natural Science Illustrators exhibit for the 2018 conference. Left is an adult Eastern Screech Owl (gray morph) and right is the fledgling. I worked in a traditional realism style using a mix of acrylic and colored pencil. The branches feature greenshield lichen, native to Connecticut where I worked on this illustration.

Keywords: Color, Museum / Zoo, Natural History, Natural Science / Nature, Ornithology, Zoology

© Justine Lee Hirten

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medical illustration of Two related diagrams depicting events at the synaptic cleft. The first shows how an activated G-protein coupled receptor (GPCR) interacts with its G-protein to inhibit vesicle fusion and neurotransmitter release at the presynaptic surface of a neuronal terminal button. The second shows how, when the GPCR is not activated, presynaptic vesicle fusion is possible and neurotransmitter is released into the synaptic cleft; initiating a cascade of events. These images were created in Adobe Illustrator. medical illustration of Two related diagrams depicting events at the synaptic cleft. The first shows how an activated G-protein coupled receptor (GPCR) interacts with its G-protein to inhibit vesicle fusion and neurotransmitter release at the presynaptic surface of a neuronal terminal button. The second shows how, when the GPCR is not activated, presynaptic vesicle fusion is possible and neurotransmitter is released into the synaptic cleft; initiating a cascade of events. These images were created in Adobe Illustrator.

G-Protein Coupled Receptors at the Synapse

Two related diagrams depicting events at the synaptic cleft. The first shows how an activated G-protein coupled receptor (GPCR) interacts with its G-protein to inhibit vesicle fusion and neurotransmitter release at the presynaptic surface of a neuronal terminal button. The second shows how, when the GPCR is not activated, presynaptic vesicle fusion is possible and neurotransmitter is released into the synaptic cleft; initiating a cascade of events. These images were created in Adobe Illustrator.

Keywords: Color, Design, Line, Line with Color, Education, Cell biology / Histology, Molecular Biology, Neuroscience, Pharmacology, Mechanism of Action (MOA)

© Dayna Menken

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medical illustration of An infographic to explain the technology transfer process at the University of Washington. Infographic, technology, innovation, washington, seattle, engage, assess, protect, develop, license. medical illustration of An infographic to explain the technology transfer process at the University of Washington. Infographic, technology, innovation, washington, seattle, engage, assess, protect, develop, license.

CoMotion Innovation Impact Navigation System

An infographic to explain the technology transfer process at the University of Washington. Infographic, technology, innovation, washington, seattle, engage, assess, protect, develop, license.

Keywords: Color, Design, Information Graphics, Line with Color, Editorial, Education, Technology, Professional Education, Research, Biotechnology

© Tami Tolpa
medical illustration of This protozoan was found in a lake in Germany.
Scanning -Electron-Microscope,  1600:1 (when 12cms wde) medical illustration of This protozoan was found in a lake in Germany.
Scanning -Electron-Microscope,  1600:1 (when 12cms wde)

Dinoflagellate

This protozoan was found in a lake in Germany. Scanning -Electron-Microscope, 1600:1 (when 12cms wde)

Keywords: Photography, Microscopy, Biology, Natural Science / Nature, Zoology

© Oliver Meckes

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© Tyler Woods
medical illustration of Stingray Medical device used for Coronary Chronic Total Occlusion medical illustration of Stingray Medical device used for Coronary Chronic Total Occlusion

Stingray device in vessel

Stingray Medical device used for Coronary Chronic Total Occlusion

Keywords: 3D, Editorial, Product Demonstration, Professional Education, Cardiac Surgery / Cardiology, Disease Management, General Surgery, Medical Devices, Mechanism of Action (MOA)

© Quade Paul
medical illustration of Illustration of how to insert the long brush into the endoscope to remove debris after use. medical illustration of Illustration of how to insert the long brush into the endoscope to remove debris after use.

Brushing the Inside of the Endoscope

Illustration of how to insert the long brush into the endoscope to remove debris after use.

Keywords: Black & White, Line, Advertising / Marketing, Product Demonstration, Professional Education, General Medicine, Medical Devices

© Assata Worrell

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medical illustration of An infographic showing an experimental device, made from a cochlear implant, to treat vertigo. Device, controller, implant, signal, radio, computer processor, gyroscope, antenna, signal, receiver, stimulator, semicircular canals, vestibular nerve. medical illustration of An infographic showing an experimental device, made from a cochlear implant, to treat vertigo. Device, controller, implant, signal, radio, computer processor, gyroscope, antenna, signal, receiver, stimulator, semicircular canals, vestibular nerve.

Electronic Ears

An infographic showing an experimental device, made from a cochlear implant, to treat vertigo. Device, controller, implant, signal, radio, computer processor, gyroscope, antenna, signal, receiver, stimulator, semicircular canals, vestibular nerve.

Keywords: Color, Design, Information Graphics, Line with Color, Patient Education, Technology, Product Demonstration, Research, Biotechnology, Medical Devices

© Tami Tolpa

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medical illustration of This parasite is transmitted by mosquitos and infects mammals.
Scanning -Electron-Microscope,  10 000:1 (when 12cms wde) medical illustration of This parasite is transmitted by mosquitos and infects mammals.
Scanning -Electron-Microscope,  10 000:1 (when 12cms wde)

Leishmania Parasite on Red Blood Cell

This parasite is transmitted by mosquitos and infects mammals. Scanning -Electron-Microscope, 10 000:1 (when 12cms wde)

Keywords: Photography, Education, Publishing, Stock, Research, Biology, Cell biology / Histology, Natural Science / Nature

© Oliver Meckes

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© Tyler Woods

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medical illustration of An infographic depicting the vestibular organs of the inner ear and how they function to give us our sense of balance and orientation in the world. Vertigo, vestibular, labrynth, cochlea, earl inner ear, semicircular canals, sterocilia, hairs, nerve, brain, urtricle, saccule, crystals, sensory, cells. medical illustration of An infographic depicting the vestibular organs of the inner ear and how they function to give us our sense of balance and orientation in the world. Vertigo, vestibular, labrynth, cochlea, earl inner ear, semicircular canals, sterocilia, hairs, nerve, brain, urtricle, saccule, crystals, sensory, cells.

Knowing Which Way is Up

An infographic depicting the vestibular organs of the inner ear and how they function to give us our sense of balance and orientation in the world. Vertigo, vestibular, labrynth, cochlea, earl inner ear, semicircular canals, sterocilia, hairs, nerve, brain, urtricle, saccule, crystals, sensory, cells.

Keywords: Color, Design, Information Graphics, Line with Color, Patient Education, Biology, Biotechnology, General Medicine, Neuroscience, Health & Wellness

© Tami Tolpa

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