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medical illustration of Medical Device surgery surgical rotator cuff repair anchors orthopedics bone orthopaedics medical illustration of Medical Device surgery surgical rotator cuff repair anchors orthopedics bone orthopaedics

Rotator Cuff Repair with Phantom Anchors

Medical Device surgery surgical rotator cuff repair anchors orthopedics bone orthopaedics

Keywords: Animation, 3D, Advertising / Marketing, Editorial, Medical-Legal, Anatomy, General Medicine, Medical Devices, Orthopaedics

© 2022 3FX
medical illustration of Graft retrieval for Knee surgery medical illustration of Graft retrieval for Knee surgery

Graft retrieval for Knee surgery

Keywords: Color, Advertising / Marketing, Professional Education, General Surgery, Medical Devices, Sports Medicine

© Rob Flewell
medical illustration of Illustration on smoking cessation. Trying to quit smoking can include consulting with your physician, nicotine patches, nicotine gum, Varenicline tablets, and Bupropion. Scan in background reveals lung cancer tumors. medical illustration of Illustration on smoking cessation. Trying to quit smoking can include consulting with your physician, nicotine patches, nicotine gum, Varenicline tablets, and Bupropion. Scan in background reveals lung cancer tumors.

Smoking Cessation Interventions

Illustration on smoking cessation. Trying to quit smoking can include consulting with your physician, nicotine patches, nicotine gum, Varenicline tablets, and Bupropion. Scan in background reveals lung cancer tumors.

Keywords: Editorial, Patient Education, Cardiac Surgery / Cardiology, Disease Management, Pharmacology, Respiratory

© Todd Buck
medical illustration of Creative illustration showing foot anatomy (bone, connective tissue, and arteries) within a ballerina's feet. This image was made to showcase the strain put on the feet and the unorthodox positions that they are put in to create one of the most beautiful forms of dance.

anatomy, skeleton, creative, surgeons, patients, marketing, technology, extremities, product brochure, medical illustration, medical animation, technology, femur, tibia, product, animation, hip, shoulder, knee medical illustration of Creative illustration showing foot anatomy (bone, connective tissue, and arteries) within a ballerina's feet. This image was made to showcase the strain put on the feet and the unorthodox positions that they are put in to create one of the most beautiful forms of dance.

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Pain is Beautiful

Creative illustration showing foot anatomy (bone, connective tissue, and arteries) within a ballerina's feet. This image was made to showcase the strain put on the feet and the unorthodox positions that they are put in to create one of the most beautiful forms of dance. anatomy, skeleton, creative, surgeons, patients, marketing, technology, extremities, product brochure, medical illustration, medical animation, technology, femur, tibia, product, animation, hip, shoulder, knee

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© Mark Jablonski
medical illustration of The purpose of this illustration was to show one potentially serious consequence of atrial fibrillation.  Atrial fibrillation creates turbulence in the heart that may result in thrombus (blood clot) formation. The thrombus can then travel to the brain where it may block a blood vessel causing oxygen starvation and tissue death. This is known as an ischemic stroke. medical illustration of The purpose of this illustration was to show one potentially serious consequence of atrial fibrillation.  Atrial fibrillation creates turbulence in the heart that may result in thrombus (blood clot) formation. The thrombus can then travel to the brain where it may block a blood vessel causing oxygen starvation and tissue death. This is known as an ischemic stroke.

Ischemic Stroke

The purpose of this illustration was to show one potentially serious consequence of atrial fibrillation. Atrial fibrillation creates turbulence in the heart that may result in thrombus (blood clot) formation. The thrombus can then travel to the brain where it may block a blood vessel causing oxygen starvation and tissue death. This is known as an ischemic stroke.

Keywords: Information Graphics, 3D, Advertising / Marketing, Editorial, Patient Education, Anatomy, Cardiac Surgery / Cardiology, Neuroscience, Neurosurgery, Vascular Surgery

© Audra Geras
medical illustration of 'Pioneering Care in Paediatric Cardiology' - created for the cover of Royal Brompton and Harefield Hospitals, Case Notes magazine.

The illustration highlights how the hospitals push boundaries and pioneer care using 3D MRI scans, virtual reality and the latest high-resolution ultrasound scanners.

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The illustration highlights how the hospitals push boundaries and pioneer care using 3D MRI scans, virtual reality and the latest high-resolution ultrasound scanners.

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Pioneering Care in Paediatric Cardiology

'Pioneering Care in Paediatric Cardiology' - created for the cover of Royal Brompton and Harefield Hospitals, Case Notes magazine. The illustration highlights how the hospitals push boundaries and pioneer care using 3D MRI scans, virtual reality and the latest high-resolution ultrasound scanners. heart, technology, advancement, magazine, purple, data, futuristic, midwifery, VR, organ, foetus, hologram, hospital, conceptual, pregnancy, maternal, child, baby, digital, vector

Keywords: Color, Editorial, Anatomy, Biology, Cardiac Surgery / Cardiology, General Medicine, General Surgery, Maternal / Child, Medical Devices, Pediatrics

© Beth Goody
medical illustration of Muscular System of the Horse medical illustration of Muscular System of the Horse

Equine Muscular System

Muscular System of the Horse

Keywords: Airbrush, Line with Color, Multimedia, Web, Professional Education, Anatomy, Veterinary Medicine, Zoology

© Michele Graham
medical illustration of Laparoscopic vaginal mobilization of distal vaginal atresia post-surgical.

medical illustration of Laparoscopic vaginal mobilization of distal vaginal atresia post-surgical.

laparoscopic vaginal mobilization postsurgical

Laparoscopic vaginal mobilization of distal vaginal atresia post-surgical.

Keywords: Line, Editorial, Education, Professional Education, Research, Obstetrics / Gynecology, Reconstructive Surgery, Reproductive Biology

© Mandy Root-Thompson
medical illustration of Medical investigators using genomic, proteomic, and metabolic approaches to study blood samples collected from more than 13,000 volunteer donors. medical illustration of Medical investigators using genomic, proteomic, and metabolic approaches to study blood samples collected from more than 13,000 volunteer donors.

Genomic Blood Studies

Medical investigators using genomic, proteomic, and metabolic approaches to study blood samples collected from more than 13,000 volunteer donors.

Keywords: 3D, Editorial, Cell biology / Histology, Disease Management, General Medicine, Genetics, Molecular Biology, Transplantation Surgery, Hemophilia

© Linda Nye
medical illustration of This figure represents various experiments that have demonstrated the effects of neutrophils on the four behavior domains. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1111/imr.13123 medical illustration of This figure represents various experiments that have demonstrated the effects of neutrophils on the four behavior domains. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1111/imr.13123

Neutrophils

This figure represents various experiments that have demonstrated the effects of neutrophils on the four behavior domains. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1111/imr.13123

Keywords: Black & White, Information Graphics, Line, Research, Allergy / Immunology, Biology, Cell biology / Histology, Neuroscience

© Molly Thompson
medical illustration of Turning genes on and off using pulses of light
Optogenetic systems are novel research tools that allow the regulation of neuronal activity. They use engineered photoreceptor proteins that change gene expression upon a light stimulus. They are bound to chromosomes and directly manipulate the genetic function of targeted cells, allowing rapid manipulation of gene function. medical illustration of Turning genes on and off using pulses of light
Optogenetic systems are novel research tools that allow the regulation of neuronal activity. They use engineered photoreceptor proteins that change gene expression upon a light stimulus. They are bound to chromosomes and directly manipulate the genetic function of targeted cells, allowing rapid manipulation of gene function.

Khadi Optogenetics press release

Turning genes on and off using pulses of light Optogenetic systems are novel research tools that allow the regulation of neuronal activity. They use engineered photoreceptor proteins that change gene expression upon a light stimulus. They are bound to chromosomes and directly manipulate the genetic function of targeted cells, allowing rapid manipulation of gene function.

Keywords: Line with Color, Advertising / Marketing, Editorial, Technology, Web, Research, Biotechnology, Cell biology / Histology, Genetics, Molecular Biology

© Claudia Stocker
medical illustration of Turning genes on and off using pulses of light
Optogenetic systems are novel research tools that allow the regulation of neuronal activity. They use engineered photoreceptor proteins that change gene expression upon a light stimulus. They are bound to chromosomes and directly manipulate the genetic function of targeted cells, allowing rapid manipulation of gene function. medical illustration of Turning genes on and off using pulses of light
Optogenetic systems are novel research tools that allow the regulation of neuronal activity. They use engineered photoreceptor proteins that change gene expression upon a light stimulus. They are bound to chromosomes and directly manipulate the genetic function of targeted cells, allowing rapid manipulation of gene function.

Khadi Optogenetics press release

Turning genes on and off using pulses of light Optogenetic systems are novel research tools that allow the regulation of neuronal activity. They use engineered photoreceptor proteins that change gene expression upon a light stimulus. They are bound to chromosomes and directly manipulate the genetic function of targeted cells, allowing rapid manipulation of gene function.

Keywords: Line with Color, Advertising / Marketing, Editorial, Technology, Web, Research, Biotechnology, Cell biology / Histology, Genetics, Molecular Biology

© Claudia Stocker
medical illustration of Laparoscopic vaginal mobilization of distal vaginal atresia post-surgical.

medical illustration of Laparoscopic vaginal mobilization of distal vaginal atresia post-surgical.

laparoscopic vaginal mobilization postsurgical

Laparoscopic vaginal mobilization of distal vaginal atresia post-surgical.

Keywords: Line, Editorial, Education, Professional Education, Research, Obstetrics / Gynecology, Reconstructive Surgery, Reproductive Biology

© Mandy Root-Thompson
medical illustration of This artwork illustrates the difficulty that scientific researchers have finding the papers that they want to, as shown by researchers fishing for topics using a Claw Grab machine (Hydrogen). However, with the right tools the researchers can efficiently capture and utilise the information they require for their work. These pieces were created to decorate the three meeting rooms of the new offices of Mendeley/Elsevier at the Alphabeta Building in London’s Finsbury Square. medical illustration of This artwork illustrates the difficulty that scientific researchers have finding the papers that they want to, as shown by researchers fishing for topics using a Claw Grab machine (Hydrogen). However, with the right tools the researchers can efficiently capture and utilise the information they require for their work. These pieces were created to decorate the three meeting rooms of the new offices of Mendeley/Elsevier at the Alphabeta Building in London’s Finsbury Square.

Hydrogen Room

This artwork illustrates the difficulty that scientific researchers have finding the papers that they want to, as shown by researchers fishing for topics using a Claw Grab machine (Hydrogen). However, with the right tools the researchers can efficiently capture and utilise the information they require for their work. These pieces were created to decorate the three meeting rooms of the new offices of Mendeley/Elsevier at the Alphabeta Building in London’s Finsbury Square.

Keywords: Color, Advertising / Marketing, Multimedia, Professional Education, Research, Biology, Cell biology / Histology, Molecular Biology, Zoology

© Claudia Stocker
medical illustration of The purpose of this illustration was to show one potentially serious consequence of atrial fibrillation.  Atrial fibrillation creates turbulence in the heart that may result in thrombus (blood clot) formation. The thrombus can then travel to the brain where it may block a blood vessel causing oxygen starvation and tissue death. This is known as an ischemic stroke. medical illustration of The purpose of this illustration was to show one potentially serious consequence of atrial fibrillation.  Atrial fibrillation creates turbulence in the heart that may result in thrombus (blood clot) formation. The thrombus can then travel to the brain where it may block a blood vessel causing oxygen starvation and tissue death. This is known as an ischemic stroke.

Ischemic Stroke

The purpose of this illustration was to show one potentially serious consequence of atrial fibrillation. Atrial fibrillation creates turbulence in the heart that may result in thrombus (blood clot) formation. The thrombus can then travel to the brain where it may block a blood vessel causing oxygen starvation and tissue death. This is known as an ischemic stroke.

Keywords: Information Graphics, 3D, Advertising / Marketing, Editorial, Patient Education, Anatomy, Cardiac Surgery / Cardiology, Neuroscience, Neurosurgery, Vascular Surgery

© Audra Geras
medical illustration of Creative illustration showing foot anatomy (bone, connective tissue, and arteries) within a ballerina's feet. This image was made to showcase the strain put on the feet and the unorthodox positions that they are put in to create one of the most beautiful forms of dance.

anatomy, skeleton, creative, surgeons, patients, marketing, technology, extremities, product brochure, medical illustration, medical animation, technology, femur, tibia, product, animation, hip, shoulder, knee medical illustration of Creative illustration showing foot anatomy (bone, connective tissue, and arteries) within a ballerina's feet. This image was made to showcase the strain put on the feet and the unorthodox positions that they are put in to create one of the most beautiful forms of dance.

anatomy, skeleton, creative, surgeons, patients, marketing, technology, extremities, product brochure, medical illustration, medical animation, technology, femur, tibia, product, animation, hip, shoulder, knee

Pain is Beautiful

Creative illustration showing foot anatomy (bone, connective tissue, and arteries) within a ballerina's feet. This image was made to showcase the strain put on the feet and the unorthodox positions that they are put in to create one of the most beautiful forms of dance. anatomy, skeleton, creative, surgeons, patients, marketing, technology, extremities, product brochure, medical illustration, medical animation, technology, femur, tibia, product, animation, hip, shoulder, knee

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© Mark Jablonski
medical illustration of This illustration depicts the difficulty that scientific researchers have finding the papers that they want - as shown by researchers fishing for topics (Nitrogen). However, with the right tools the researchers manage to efficiently capture the information they need for their work. These pieces were created to decorate the three meeting rooms of the new offices of Mendeley/Elsevier at the Alphabeta Building in London’s Finsbury Square. medical illustration of This illustration depicts the difficulty that scientific researchers have finding the papers that they want - as shown by researchers fishing for topics (Nitrogen). However, with the right tools the researchers manage to efficiently capture the information they need for their work. These pieces were created to decorate the three meeting rooms of the new offices of Mendeley/Elsevier at the Alphabeta Building in London’s Finsbury Square.

Nitrogen

This illustration depicts the difficulty that scientific researchers have finding the papers that they want - as shown by researchers fishing for topics (Nitrogen). However, with the right tools the researchers manage to efficiently capture the information they need for their work. These pieces were created to decorate the three meeting rooms of the new offices of Mendeley/Elsevier at the Alphabeta Building in London’s Finsbury Square.

Keywords: Color, Advertising / Marketing, Editorial, Research, Biology, Biotechnology, Cell biology / Histology, Molecular Biology, Zoology

© Claudia Stocker
medical illustration of The structural similarities between the human body and the universe are astounding. The featured illustration is a unique depiction of the human anatomy capturing its beauty and complexity.

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Beauty & Complexity

The structural similarities between the human body and the universe are astounding. The featured illustration is a unique depiction of the human anatomy capturing its beauty and complexity. anatomy, skeleton, creative, surgeons, patients, marketing, technology, extremities, product brochure, medical illustration, medical animation, technology, femur, tibia, product, animation, hip, shoulder, knee

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© Mark Jablonski
medical illustration of For the artwork we trialled multiple designs involving creative packaging and unboxing. In the end we decided to keep the box itself as simple as possible and use the rest of the image to illustrate the CRISPR machinery itself in the form of gRNAs and CRISPR complexes. Hereby, highlighting the extensive nature of the kits. This artwork was created for Canopy Biosciences to promote their new CRISPR complete kits. medical illustration of For the artwork we trialled multiple designs involving creative packaging and unboxing. In the end we decided to keep the box itself as simple as possible and use the rest of the image to illustrate the CRISPR machinery itself in the form of gRNAs and CRISPR complexes. Hereby, highlighting the extensive nature of the kits. This artwork was created for Canopy Biosciences to promote their new CRISPR complete kits.

CRISPR made easy

For the artwork we trialled multiple designs involving creative packaging and unboxing. In the end we decided to keep the box itself as simple as possible and use the rest of the image to illustrate the CRISPR machinery itself in the form of gRNAs and CRISPR complexes. Hereby, highlighting the extensive nature of the kits. This artwork was created for Canopy Biosciences to promote their new CRISPR complete kits.

Keywords: Design, Information Graphics, Advertising / Marketing, Technology, Biotechnology, Genetics, Molecular Biology

© Claudia Stocker
medical illustration of Muscular System of the Horse medical illustration of Muscular System of the Horse

Equine Muscular System

Muscular System of the Horse

Keywords: Airbrush, Line with Color, Multimedia, Web, Professional Education, Anatomy, Veterinary Medicine, Zoology

© Michele Graham
medical illustration of Medical investigators using genomic, proteomic, and metabolic approaches to study blood samples collected from more than 13,000 volunteer donors. medical illustration of Medical investigators using genomic, proteomic, and metabolic approaches to study blood samples collected from more than 13,000 volunteer donors.

Genomic Blood Studies

Medical investigators using genomic, proteomic, and metabolic approaches to study blood samples collected from more than 13,000 volunteer donors.

Keywords: 3D, Editorial, Cell biology / Histology, Disease Management, General Medicine, Genetics, Molecular Biology, Transplantation Surgery, Hemophilia

© Linda Nye
medical illustration of Illustration on smoking cessation. Trying to quit smoking can include consulting with your physician, nicotine patches, nicotine gum, Varenicline tablets, and Bupropion. Scan in background reveals lung cancer tumors. medical illustration of Illustration on smoking cessation. Trying to quit smoking can include consulting with your physician, nicotine patches, nicotine gum, Varenicline tablets, and Bupropion. Scan in background reveals lung cancer tumors.

Smoking Cessation Interventions

Illustration on smoking cessation. Trying to quit smoking can include consulting with your physician, nicotine patches, nicotine gum, Varenicline tablets, and Bupropion. Scan in background reveals lung cancer tumors.

Keywords: Editorial, Patient Education, Cardiac Surgery / Cardiology, Disease Management, Pharmacology, Respiratory

© Todd Buck
medical illustration of This figure represents various experiments that have demonstrated the effects of neutrophils on the four behavior domains. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1111/imr.13123 medical illustration of This figure represents various experiments that have demonstrated the effects of neutrophils on the four behavior domains. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1111/imr.13123

Neutrophils

This figure represents various experiments that have demonstrated the effects of neutrophils on the four behavior domains. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1111/imr.13123

Keywords: Black & White, Information Graphics, Line, Research, Allergy / Immunology, Biology, Cell biology / Histology, Neuroscience

© Molly Thompson
medical illustration of Graft retrieval for Knee surgery medical illustration of Graft retrieval for Knee surgery

Graft retrieval for Knee surgery

Keywords: Color, Advertising / Marketing, Professional Education, General Surgery, Medical Devices, Sports Medicine

© Rob Flewell
medical illustration of The COVID-19 pandemic was an unprecedented burden for the the healthcare sector worldwide. This in turn had serious implications for all types of cancer care such as screening and diagnosis, as well as modified treatment plans to minimise risk of infection of vulnerable patients. This banner was created for eLife to promote their call for papers for a Special Issue focusing on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on cancer prevention, control and care. medical illustration of The COVID-19 pandemic was an unprecedented burden for the the healthcare sector worldwide. This in turn had serious implications for all types of cancer care such as screening and diagnosis, as well as modified treatment plans to minimise risk of infection of vulnerable patients. This banner was created for eLife to promote their call for papers for a Special Issue focusing on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on cancer prevention, control and care.

Covid and Cancer

The COVID-19 pandemic was an unprecedented burden for the the healthcare sector worldwide. This in turn had serious implications for all types of cancer care such as screening and diagnosis, as well as modified treatment plans to minimise risk of infection of vulnerable patients. This banner was created for eLife to promote their call for papers for a Special Issue focusing on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on cancer prevention, control and care.

Keywords: Line with Color, Web, Biology, General Medicine, Pharmacology, Virology, Health & Wellness

© Claudia Stocker
medical illustration of An immune checkpoint inhibitor (a monoclonal antibody) is shown activating a T cell (blue) to attack a cancer cell (green). While checkpoint inhibitors represent an important class of anticancer agent, their use sometimes results in immune cells damaging normal tissue. medical illustration of An immune checkpoint inhibitor (a monoclonal antibody) is shown activating a T cell (blue) to attack a cancer cell (green). While checkpoint inhibitors represent an important class of anticancer agent, their use sometimes results in immune cells damaging normal tissue.

Immune Cells and Checkpoint Inhibitors

An immune checkpoint inhibitor (a monoclonal antibody) is shown activating a T cell (blue) to attack a cancer cell (green). While checkpoint inhibitors represent an important class of anticancer agent, their use sometimes results in immune cells damaging normal tissue.

Keywords: 3D, Editorial, Allergy / Immunology, Anatomy, Cell biology / Histology, Disease Management, General Medicine, Molecular Biology, Oncology, Pathology

© Linda Nye
medical illustration of Laparoscopic vaginal mobilization: typical female reproductive anatomy medical illustration of Laparoscopic vaginal mobilization: typical female reproductive anatomy

laparoscopic vaginal mobilization

Laparoscopic vaginal mobilization: typical female reproductive anatomy

Keywords: Line, Education, Professional Education, Research, Obstetrics / Gynecology, Reconstructive Surgery, Reproductive Biology, Urology

© Mandy Root-Thompson
medical illustration of The image artistically depicts the processes taking place within the HCP ELISA kit, such as assessment of solution purity derived from engineered cells. The artwork emphasised the purity of samples by using imagery related to water, which originates from the cells in the top half of the image. This artwork was created for Canopy Biosciences to promote their Host Cell Protein (HCP) Elisa Kits, designed to detect impurities in protein samples. medical illustration of The image artistically depicts the processes taking place within the HCP ELISA kit, such as assessment of solution purity derived from engineered cells. The artwork emphasised the purity of samples by using imagery related to water, which originates from the cells in the top half of the image. This artwork was created for Canopy Biosciences to promote their Host Cell Protein (HCP) Elisa Kits, designed to detect impurities in protein samples.

Host Cell Proteins

The image artistically depicts the processes taking place within the HCP ELISA kit, such as assessment of solution purity derived from engineered cells. The artwork emphasised the purity of samples by using imagery related to water, which originates from the cells in the top half of the image. This artwork was created for Canopy Biosciences to promote their Host Cell Protein (HCP) Elisa Kits, designed to detect impurities in protein samples.

Keywords: Line with Color, Advertising / Marketing, Technology, Biotechnology, Cell biology / Histology, Genetics, Molecular Biology

© Claudia Stocker
medical illustration of The artwork created displays elements of pharmaceutical research and medicine, as well as clinical practices that ultimately benefit the global population. This medical discipline is concerned with the discovery, development, evaluation, registration and monitoring of medicines to maximise benefit for the health of the community. This image was created for promotion of the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Medicine’s 2020 conference. medical illustration of The artwork created displays elements of pharmaceutical research and medicine, as well as clinical practices that ultimately benefit the global population. This medical discipline is concerned with the discovery, development, evaluation, registration and monitoring of medicines to maximise benefit for the health of the community. This image was created for promotion of the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Medicine’s 2020 conference.

Pharmaceutical medicine in the 2020s

The artwork created displays elements of pharmaceutical research and medicine, as well as clinical practices that ultimately benefit the global population. This medical discipline is concerned with the discovery, development, evaluation, registration and monitoring of medicines to maximise benefit for the health of the community. This image was created for promotion of the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Medicine’s 2020 conference.

Keywords: Advertising / Marketing, Multimedia, Technology, Web, Biology, Biotechnology, Cell biology / Histology, Molecular Biology, Pharmacology

© Claudia Stocker
medical illustration of Prehospital transfusion of
whole blood to a trauma patient being
transported by helicopter. 
34D model by Linda Nye
medical illustration of Prehospital transfusion of
whole blood to a trauma patient being
transported by helicopter. 
34D model by Linda Nye

Helicopter Emergency Blood Transfusion

Prehospital transfusion of whole blood to a trauma patient being transported by helicopter. 34D model by Linda Nye

Keywords: 3D, Editorial, Cell biology / Histology, Disease Management, Emergency Medicine, General Medicine, Injuries

© Linda Nye
medical illustration of Right frontal craniotomy for microsurgical resection of brain tumor medical illustration of Right frontal craniotomy for microsurgical resection of brain tumor

Craniotomy

Right frontal craniotomy for microsurgical resection of brain tumor

Keywords: Airbrush, Line with Color, Education, Patient Education, Medical-Legal, Professional Education, Neurosurgery, Oncology

© Mandy Root-Thompson
medical illustration of Liver transplantation, one of the most transfusion-intensive elective surgical procedures. Investigators report on a data-driven approach to optimizing blood product orders in advance of orthotopic liver transplantation surgery. The investigators found that their modified protocols help mitigate both under- and over-preparation of blood products in this challenging setting.
3D models. medical illustration of Liver transplantation, one of the most transfusion-intensive elective surgical procedures. Investigators report on a data-driven approach to optimizing blood product orders in advance of orthotopic liver transplantation surgery. The investigators found that their modified protocols help mitigate both under- and over-preparation of blood products in this challenging setting.
3D models.

Liver Transfusion

Liver transplantation, one of the most transfusion-intensive elective surgical procedures. Investigators report on a data-driven approach to optimizing blood product orders in advance of orthotopic liver transplantation surgery. The investigators found that their modified protocols help mitigate both under- and over-preparation of blood products in this challenging setting. 3D models.

Keywords: 3D, Editorial, Biotechnology, Cell biology / Histology, Genetics, Molecular Biology, Thoracic Surgery, Transplantation Surgery, Vascular Surgery, Pathology

© Linda Nye
medical illustration of Image shows Cold agglutinin disease (CAD) – a rare autoimmune hemolytic anemia driven by the production of cold agglutinins (CA). Despite published guidelines, there remains variability in the use and ordering of CA studies. Screening first for a C3d-positive DAT could help significantly reduce the need for more labor-intensive, specialized tests. medical illustration of Image shows Cold agglutinin disease (CAD) – a rare autoimmune hemolytic anemia driven by the production of cold agglutinins (CA). Despite published guidelines, there remains variability in the use and ordering of CA studies. Screening first for a C3d-positive DAT could help significantly reduce the need for more labor-intensive, specialized tests.

Cold Agglutinin Disease

Image shows Cold agglutinin disease (CAD) – a rare autoimmune hemolytic anemia driven by the production of cold agglutinins (CA). Despite published guidelines, there remains variability in the use and ordering of CA studies. Screening first for a C3d-positive DAT could help significantly reduce the need for more labor-intensive, specialized tests.

Keywords: 3D, Editorial, Biotechnology, Cell biology / Histology, Endocrinology / Metabolic, General Medicine, Vascular Surgery

© Linda Nye
medical illustration of Medical Device surgery surgical rotator cuff repair anchors orthopedics bone orthopaedics medical illustration of Medical Device surgery surgical rotator cuff repair anchors orthopedics bone orthopaedics

Rotator Cuff Repair with Phantom Anchors

Medical Device surgery surgical rotator cuff repair anchors orthopedics bone orthopaedics

Keywords: Animation, 3D, Advertising / Marketing, Editorial, Medical-Legal, Anatomy, General Medicine, Medical Devices, Orthopaedics

© 2022 3FX
medical illustration of I took hundreds of my photos and stock images and melded them into a ideal futuristic farm scene for Microbasics: where farmers live in deep harmony with livestock and their natural ecosystem. 
BiomeCycle® has at its core a sense of universal responsibility not just to the animals we raise and the land that sustains them but, also the people who call this planet home.

medical illustration of I took hundreds of my photos and stock images and melded them into a ideal futuristic farm scene for Microbasics: where farmers live in deep harmony with livestock and their natural ecosystem. 
BiomeCycle® has at its core a sense of universal responsibility not just to the animals we raise and the land that sustains them but, also the people who call this planet home.

Farm In harmony with the Natural Ecosystem

I took hundreds of my photos and stock images and melded them into a ideal futuristic farm scene for Microbasics: where farmers live in deep harmony with livestock and their natural ecosystem. BiomeCycle® has at its core a sense of universal responsibility not just to the animals we raise and the land that sustains them but, also the people who call this planet home.

Keywords: Collage, Color, Photography, Advertising / Marketing, Technology, Disease Management, Natural History, Natural Science / Nature, Veterinary Medicine, Health & Wellness

© Linda Nye
medical illustration of This illustration is based on research done by Attya Omer-Javed et al. During gene therapy, blood cells can leave the bone marrow and enter circulation via a process called mobilisation. Attya Omer-Javed et al. found that you can infuse the bone marrow with corrected cells after mobilisation. These cells can safely repopulate the now-depleted areas. medical illustration of This illustration is based on research done by Attya Omer-Javed et al. During gene therapy, blood cells can leave the bone marrow and enter circulation via a process called mobilisation. Attya Omer-Javed et al. found that you can infuse the bone marrow with corrected cells after mobilisation. These cells can safely repopulate the now-depleted areas.

Cell Cover Attya Omer-

This illustration is based on research done by Attya Omer-Javed et al. During gene therapy, blood cells can leave the bone marrow and enter circulation via a process called mobilisation. Attya Omer-Javed et al. found that you can infuse the bone marrow with corrected cells after mobilisation. These cells can safely repopulate the now-depleted areas.

Keywords: Advertising / Marketing, Editorial, Publishing, Alternative Medicine, Biotechnology, Cell biology / Histology, Disease Management, Genetics, Molecular Biology

© Claudia Stocker
medical illustration of Laparoscopic vaginal mobilization showing distal vaginal atresia presurgical views.

medical illustration of Laparoscopic vaginal mobilization showing distal vaginal atresia presurgical views.

Distal Vaginal Atresia

Laparoscopic vaginal mobilization showing distal vaginal atresia presurgical views.

Keywords: Line, Editorial, Education, Professional Education, Research, Anatomy, Obstetrics / Gynecology, Reproductive Biology

© Mandy Root-Thompson
medical illustration of Transfusion cove image depicts oxygen delivery to muscles, examining the relationship between anemia and muscle oxygen saturation during exercise. Study speculates that individuals with higher hemoglobin levels were able to walk farther and thus consume more oxygen. Muscle oxygen saturation failed to predict improved exercise capability post-transfusion.
Linda Nye created this 3D model.
medical illustration of Transfusion cove image depicts oxygen delivery to muscles, examining the relationship between anemia and muscle oxygen saturation during exercise. Study speculates that individuals with higher hemoglobin levels were able to walk farther and thus consume more oxygen. Muscle oxygen saturation failed to predict improved exercise capability post-transfusion.
Linda Nye created this 3D model.

Oxygen Delivery to Muscles

Transfusion cove image depicts oxygen delivery to muscles, examining the relationship between anemia and muscle oxygen saturation during exercise. Study speculates that individuals with higher hemoglobin levels were able to walk farther and thus consume more oxygen. Muscle oxygen saturation failed to predict improved exercise capability post-transfusion. Linda Nye created this 3D model.

Keywords: 3D, Editorial, Cell biology / Histology, Emergency Medicine, Molecular Biology, Transplantation Surgery, Sports Medicine

© Linda Nye
medical illustration of New face for China surgical eye manual, Biocom (Switzerland).
medical illustration of New face for China surgical eye manual, Biocom (Switzerland).

New face for China surgical eye manual, Biocom (Switzerland).

Keywords: Color, Patient Education, Professional Education, Anatomy, General Surgery, Ophthalmology

© Rob Flewell
medical illustration of Woman's face with position of facial artery and vein in relation to the depressor anguli oris muscle medical illustration of Woman's face with position of facial artery and vein in relation to the depressor anguli oris muscle

Facial artery and Vein

Woman's face with position of facial artery and vein in relation to the depressor anguli oris muscle

Keywords: Airbrush, Line with Color, Professional Education, Research, Anatomy, Vascular Surgery, Plastic Surgery

© Michele Graham
medical illustration of Photography, Apps/Mobile, Editorial, Museum / Zoo, Natural Science / Nature, Zoology medical illustration of Photography, Apps/Mobile, Editorial, Museum / Zoo, Natural Science / Nature, Zoology

California Ecosystem

Keywords: Photography, Apps/Mobile, Editorial, Museum / Zoo, Natural Science / Nature, Zoology

© Linda Nye
medical illustration of Equine Skeleton medical illustration of Equine Skeleton

Skeleton of the Horse

Equine Skeleton

Keywords: Line with Color, Patient Education, Web, Professional Education, Orthopaedics, Veterinary Medicine, Zoology

© Michele Graham
medical illustration of TUNR is a technology that enables scientists to modulate gene expression by making the gene too slippery for RNA polymerase to correctly adhere. This technical figure was developed for Canopy Biosciences for their TUNR flexible gene editing technology which worked alongside CRISPR-Cas9 system. This brightly coloured figure was designed to demonstrate how TUNR can precisely tune and control the gene expression process, eliminating artifacts. medical illustration of TUNR is a technology that enables scientists to modulate gene expression by making the gene too slippery for RNA polymerase to correctly adhere. This technical figure was developed for Canopy Biosciences for their TUNR flexible gene editing technology which worked alongside CRISPR-Cas9 system. This brightly coloured figure was designed to demonstrate how TUNR can precisely tune and control the gene expression process, eliminating artifacts.

TUNR

TUNR is a technology that enables scientists to modulate gene expression by making the gene too slippery for RNA polymerase to correctly adhere. This technical figure was developed for Canopy Biosciences for their TUNR flexible gene editing technology which worked alongside CRISPR-Cas9 system. This brightly coloured figure was designed to demonstrate how TUNR can precisely tune and control the gene expression process, eliminating artifacts.

Keywords: Design, Information Graphics, Technology, Web, Research, Biotechnology, Genetics, Molecular Biology

© Claudia Stocker
medical illustration of A 36 foot mural showing all the plants and animals native to California at the Stanford Children's Hospital. Designed as an interactive “Seek and Find” for all ages, the mural uses a photomontage to show the incredible richness and diversity of California’s environment and the links between the many ecosystems that make up the state’s natural resources. A pictorial animal strip at the bottom provides a key for finding many of the hidden animals. medical illustration of A 36 foot mural showing all the plants and animals native to California at the Stanford Children's Hospital. Designed as an interactive “Seek and Find” for all ages, the mural uses a photomontage to show the incredible richness and diversity of California’s environment and the links between the many ecosystems that make up the state’s natural resources. A pictorial animal strip at the bottom provides a key for finding many of the hidden animals.

California Ecosystem

A 36 foot mural showing all the plants and animals native to California at the Stanford Children's Hospital. Designed as an interactive “Seek and Find” for all ages, the mural uses a photomontage to show the incredible richness and diversity of California’s environment and the links between the many ecosystems that make up the state’s natural resources. A pictorial animal strip at the bottom provides a key for finding many of the hidden animals.

Keywords: Collage, Color, Photography, Education, Museum / Zoo, Games, Interactive, Biology, Natural History, Natural Science / Nature

© Linda Nye
medical illustration of Young woman with urticaria and angioedema medical illustration of Young woman with urticaria and angioedema

Urticaria and Angioedema

Young woman with urticaria and angioedema

Keywords: Color, Line with Color, Editorial, Professional Education, Allergy / Immunology, Dermatology, Disease Management, General Medicine, Respiratory, Health & Wellness

© Michele Graham
medical illustration of Cells in different parts of the embryo express different genes and will form different tissues. However, chromosome conformation capture and imaging approaches show that the three-dimensional organization of the genome across these different tissues is the same. This artwork was created as a cover image for Nature Genetics for the Vaquerizas lab. medical illustration of Cells in different parts of the embryo express different genes and will form different tissues. However, chromosome conformation capture and imaging approaches show that the three-dimensional organization of the genome across these different tissues is the same. This artwork was created as a cover image for Nature Genetics for the Vaquerizas lab.

Chromatin architecture

Cells in different parts of the embryo express different genes and will form different tissues. However, chromosome conformation capture and imaging approaches show that the three-dimensional organization of the genome across these different tissues is the same. This artwork was created as a cover image for Nature Genetics for the Vaquerizas lab.

Keywords: Color, Line with Color, Editorial, Publishing, Biology, Cell biology / Histology, Embryology, Genetics, Molecular Biology

© Claudia Stocker
medical illustration of 'Pioneering Care in Paediatric Cardiology' - created for the cover of Royal Brompton and Harefield Hospitals, Case Notes magazine.

The illustration highlights how the hospitals push boundaries and pioneer care using 3D MRI scans, virtual reality and the latest high-resolution ultrasound scanners.

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The illustration highlights how the hospitals push boundaries and pioneer care using 3D MRI scans, virtual reality and the latest high-resolution ultrasound scanners.

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Pioneering Care in Paediatric Cardiology

'Pioneering Care in Paediatric Cardiology' - created for the cover of Royal Brompton and Harefield Hospitals, Case Notes magazine. The illustration highlights how the hospitals push boundaries and pioneer care using 3D MRI scans, virtual reality and the latest high-resolution ultrasound scanners. heart, technology, advancement, magazine, purple, data, futuristic, midwifery, VR, organ, foetus, hologram, hospital, conceptual, pregnancy, maternal, child, baby, digital, vector

Keywords: Color, Editorial, Anatomy, Biology, Cardiac Surgery / Cardiology, General Medicine, General Surgery, Maternal / Child, Medical Devices, Pediatrics

© Beth Goody
medical illustration of The artworks illustrate the difficulty that scientific researchers have finding the papers that they want to, as shown by researchers fishing for topics (Nitrogen) and using Claw Grab machines (Hydrogen). The central artwork (Oxygen) illustrates how Mendeley’s algorithm extracts relevant metadata from papers to assist researchers with paper searches. Analysis of the data of papers already in a researcher’s library also allows the algorithm to suggest papers that they might want to read next. 
medical illustration of The artworks illustrate the difficulty that scientific researchers have finding the papers that they want to, as shown by researchers fishing for topics (Nitrogen) and using Claw Grab machines (Hydrogen). The central artwork (Oxygen) illustrates how Mendeley’s algorithm extracts relevant metadata from papers to assist researchers with paper searches. Analysis of the data of papers already in a researcher’s library also allows the algorithm to suggest papers that they might want to read next.

Oxygen Room

The artworks illustrate the difficulty that scientific researchers have finding the papers that they want to, as shown by researchers fishing for topics (Nitrogen) and using Claw Grab machines (Hydrogen). The central artwork (Oxygen) illustrates how Mendeley’s algorithm extracts relevant metadata from papers to assist researchers with paper searches. Analysis of the data of papers already in a researcher’s library also allows the algorithm to suggest papers that they might want to read next.

Keywords: Color, Design, Advertising / Marketing, Technology, Professional Education, Research, Biology, Biotechnology, Cell biology / Histology, Molecular Biology

@ Claudia Stocker
medical illustration of Drugs of the future could edit your genes.
The illustration displays strands of DNA that are being edited by restriction enzymes. Human genetic material is exposed to and damaged by exogenous stimuli on a daily basis, which can give rise to a variety of pathologies and diseases. Unravelling the pathways, principles and components involved in DNA repair may hold enormous clinical value, as depicted by genetic material being packaged in tablet form. 
medical illustration of Drugs of the future could edit your genes.
The illustration displays strands of DNA that are being edited by restriction enzymes. Human genetic material is exposed to and damaged by exogenous stimuli on a daily basis, which can give rise to a variety of pathologies and diseases. Unravelling the pathways, principles and components involved in DNA repair may hold enormous clinical value, as depicted by genetic material being packaged in tablet form.

Drug induced genetic editing

Drugs of the future could edit your genes. The illustration displays strands of DNA that are being edited by restriction enzymes. Human genetic material is exposed to and damaged by exogenous stimuli on a daily basis, which can give rise to a variety of pathologies and diseases. Unravelling the pathways, principles and components involved in DNA repair may hold enormous clinical value, as depicted by genetic material being packaged in tablet form.

Keywords: Line with Color, Advertising / Marketing, Technology, Research, Biology, Biotechnology, Cell biology / Histology, Genetics, Molecular Biology

© Claudia Stocker
medical illustration of Cover illustration for Midwives magazine showing how the Royal College of Midwives raise their voices and demand equality for maternity workers.

Equal rights, Female, Maternity, Midwifery, Healthcare, NHS, Rights, Protest, Workplace, Puzzle, Portrait, Face, Medical, Science, digital, vector, conceptual, race, ethnicity, inequality medical illustration of Cover illustration for Midwives magazine showing how the Royal College of Midwives raise their voices and demand equality for maternity workers.

Equal rights, Female, Maternity, Midwifery, Healthcare, NHS, Rights, Protest, Workplace, Puzzle, Portrait, Face, Medical, Science, digital, vector, conceptual, race, ethnicity, inequality

Race Matters

Cover illustration for Midwives magazine showing how the Royal College of Midwives raise their voices and demand equality for maternity workers. Equal rights, Female, Maternity, Midwifery, Healthcare, NHS, Rights, Protest, Workplace, Puzzle, Portrait, Face, Medical, Science, digital, vector, conceptual, race, ethnicity, inequality

Keywords: Color, Design, Editorial, Education, Publishing, Web, General Medicine, Maternal / Child, Portraits, Health & Wellness

© Beth Goody
medical illustration of Genomics in transfusion medicine. Investigators report using an automated software algorithm to accurately predict all red blood cell and platelet antigens from whole exome sequence (WES) data.  Whole genome sequencing and WES will eventually become commonplace. 
3D Model
medical illustration of Genomics in transfusion medicine. Investigators report using an automated software algorithm to accurately predict all red blood cell and platelet antigens from whole exome sequence (WES) data.  Whole genome sequencing and WES will eventually become commonplace. 
3D Model

Automated WES Blood Analysis

Genomics in transfusion medicine. Investigators report using an automated software algorithm to accurately predict all red blood cell and platelet antigens from whole exome sequence (WES) data. Whole genome sequencing and WES will eventually become commonplace. 3D Model

Keywords: 3D, Editorial, Cell biology / Histology, Disease Management, General Medicine, Genetics, Molecular Biology, Pathology

© Linda Nye
medical illustration of Chromosomes are organised in the nucleus. There they occupy specific regions termed chromosome territories. This makes it easier to find the gene you're looking for and for chromosomes to coordinate gene expression. This poster was designed for a talk by Wendy Bickmore at the University of Bristol. medical illustration of Chromosomes are organised in the nucleus. There they occupy specific regions termed chromosome territories. This makes it easier to find the gene you're looking for and for chromosomes to coordinate gene expression. This poster was designed for a talk by Wendy Bickmore at the University of Bristol.

Chromosome territories

Chromosomes are organised in the nucleus. There they occupy specific regions termed chromosome territories. This makes it easier to find the gene you're looking for and for chromosomes to coordinate gene expression. This poster was designed for a talk by Wendy Bickmore at the University of Bristol.

Keywords: Color, Design, Line with Color, Advertising / Marketing, Publishing, Web, Cell biology / Histology, Genetics, Molecular Biology

© Claudia Stocker
medical illustration of Radical Cystectomy: Removal of bladder with negative margins. American College of Surgeons medical illustration of Radical Cystectomy: Removal of bladder with negative margins. American College of Surgeons

Radical Cystectomy: Removal of bladder with negative margins. American College of Surgeons

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© Rob Flewell
medical illustration of Nanostrings allows for precise quantitative measurement of RNAs. It does this by the hybridisation of complementary RNAs that contains identification tags. This was created for Canopy Biosciences to promote their product Nanostrings. Nanostrings counts the number of specific RNA transcripts in a sample. It’s key features are precise quantitative readouts matched to specific transcripts and the ability to detect very low quantities. medical illustration of Nanostrings allows for precise quantitative measurement of RNAs. It does this by the hybridisation of complementary RNAs that contains identification tags. This was created for Canopy Biosciences to promote their product Nanostrings. Nanostrings counts the number of specific RNA transcripts in a sample. It’s key features are precise quantitative readouts matched to specific transcripts and the ability to detect very low quantities.

Nanostrings

Nanostrings allows for precise quantitative measurement of RNAs. It does this by the hybridisation of complementary RNAs that contains identification tags. This was created for Canopy Biosciences to promote their product Nanostrings. Nanostrings counts the number of specific RNA transcripts in a sample. It’s key features are precise quantitative readouts matched to specific transcripts and the ability to detect very low quantities.

Keywords: Line with Color, Advertising / Marketing, Editorial, Technology, Cell biology / Histology, Genetics, Molecular Biology, Pharmacology

© Claudia Stocker
medical illustration of Created for the cover of Midwives magazine. 
With research on Women's health being neglected, the illustration aims to bring women's health research to life and to show that everyone can get involved and talk about how important it is. 

Women's health, focus, neglected, clinical trials, midwifery, research, inequality, equality, DNA, improved service, female, digital, vector, conceptual medical illustration of Created for the cover of Midwives magazine. 
With research on Women's health being neglected, the illustration aims to bring women's health research to life and to show that everyone can get involved and talk about how important it is. 

Women's health, focus, neglected, clinical trials, midwifery, research, inequality, equality, DNA, improved service, female, digital, vector, conceptual

Taking back control of Women's Health

Created for the cover of Midwives magazine. With research on Women's health being neglected, the illustration aims to bring women's health research to life and to show that everyone can get involved and talk about how important it is. Women's health, focus, neglected, clinical trials, midwifery, research, inequality, equality, DNA, improved service, female, digital, vector, conceptual

Keywords: Editorial, Anatomy, Biology, Cell biology / Histology, General Medicine, Genetics, Maternal / Child, Obstetrics / Gynecology, Reproductive Biology, Health & Wellness

© Beth Goody

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