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Olfaction: The Sense of Smell 

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Somatosensory Pathways of the Face

medical illustration of This piece demonstrates the 
gross and cellular anatomy of the nasal cavity and how it functions in olfaction. Odorants are seen traveling to the respiratory mucosa and being recognized by bipolar sensory neurons that relay information to the brain via the olfactory bulb.
Next medical illustration of This is an educational piece for a PowerPoint presentation in a medical school lecture. It serves to compare/contrast the pathology of acute rheumatic fever & chronic rheumatic heart disease, including the gross and histological changes in the mitral valve.

Acute Rheumatic Fever and Rheumatic Heart Disease

This piece demonstrates the gross and cellular anatomy of the nasal cavity and how it functions in olfaction. Odorants are seen traveling to the respiratory mucosa and being recognized by bipolar sensory neurons that relay information to the brain via the olfactory bulb.

Keywords: Color, Photography, Education, Professional Education, Anatomy, Cell biology / Histology, Neuroscience, Respiratory

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