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Sensory Innervation of the Head and Neck 

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Habenula Anatomy & Efferent & Afferent Projections

medical illustration of This 16x20 poster depicts the dermatomes of the head and neck- the cutaneous areas of sensation. The areas are split among the 3 main sources: trigeminal nerve, posterior rami, and cervical plexus. Also included, per doctor's request, is an illustration demonstrating an occipital nerve block.  Use: to help explain to patients the anatomy of sensory innervation and how nerve blocks work.
Next medical illustration of The goal of this brochure was to create a product that parents of epileptic children could give to their teachers to educate them on how to handle an epileptic episode specific to the child. Inside the gate fold is a poster for display, explaining all the steps. The back panel provides a form for the parent or physician to fill out specific to the child so the teacher may have it easily on hand. Purple was used throughout since it is the color for epilepsy awareness.

Caring for a Child with Seizures at School Brochur

This 16x20 poster depicts the dermatomes of the head and neck- the cutaneous areas of sensation. The areas are split among the 3 main sources: trigeminal nerve, posterior rami, and cervical plexus. Also included, per doctor's request, is an illustration demonstrating an occipital nerve block. Use: to help explain to patients the anatomy of sensory innervation and how nerve blocks work.

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