This medical illustration shows the last step in a technique of replacing the Anterior Cruciate Ligament in skeletally immature patients. The quadruple hamstring graft is secured below the epiphysis on the tibia so that growth will not be affected. The full series is available in color and line art.
Female Reproductive Organs
Medical illustration of the ovaries, fallopian tubes, cervix, vagina and the uterus, which is sectioned to show the endometrial and myometrial layers of the wall.
Female Figure with Reproductive Organs
A sketchier, less clinical approach shows the uterus and female organs on a figure.
Fetus in Amniotic Fluid
This medical illustration shows a late-term fetus, floating in amniotic fluid. Drawing is useful for showing amniocentesis and is part of an animation on how bacteria in amniotic fluid can enter the fetus. Other drawings in the animation are also available.
One step in a series of 42 medical illustrations on the facelift technique developed by Michael A. Boggess, MD.
Neuropraxia v. Normal Neuron
Medical illustration of a nerve (neuron) damaged by severe compression down to the depth of internal components. Available alone or in a composite of the Sedon and/or the Sunderland classification of nerve injuries.
Nicotine, Dopamine and the Brain
This medical illustration shows the flow of dopamine within the brain and in the synapse between two neurons. Created for an article in the March 2014 issue of Discover magazine entitled “The Nicotine Fix”, it reveals the potential for nicotine patches to help treat Parkinson's, schizophrenia and other neurological diseases.
Breathing and Eating Passages in a Child
One medical illustration in a series depicting the mouth and airway of a child, which is different from an adult or a newborn, for consideration in the treatment of infant feeding and swallowing disorders. The newborn anatomy and other drawings in the series are also available.