February, 2007

Interlude: Medical Visual+

There is something anatomically incorrect about this color illustration, can you tell what it is? Artist: Jacques Fabian Gautier d’Agoty...

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Showing the success of treatment or progression of disease through digital image morphing: potential medical application+

Warning: the following videos are graphic! Digital image morphing of a bite from a brown recluse spider, progressing from a...

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Virtual Autopsy: Run over by a steamboat+

In one of my last posts, I introduced the relatively new process of using MRI and CT scanning to perform...

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Speared through the eye with a metal chair leg+

MELBOURNE – Surgeons have miraculously saved a teenager who was speared through an eye with a metal chair leg. Shafique...

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Tracing the Bullet Wound: Virtual Autopsy+

CT and MRI scans are typically used for diagnostic purposes and there are numerous programs (e.g. Osirix) out there dedicated...

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Damien Hirst: Anatomical Representation+

This is going to be the first installment of the new Anatomy in Art Series on Street Anatomy. I’ll be...

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Introducing the Father of Modern Medical Illustration+

When I tell any sort of medical professional that I’m going to be a medical illustrator they immediately respond “Oh,...

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Medical Cartoon+

Does anyone know who created this image?    

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X-Ray System Aims to Show Skeletal Movement in 3-D+

This seems too good to be true, but if they can make it happen, it’s going to be a huge...

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First Medical Illustrations in America+

In my earlier post on the computer graphic artist, Cvetomir Georgiev, I showed you the 3D rendition he made of...

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Interlude: Medical Visual+

Broken bodies Illustrations of dissections in a series of original coloured plates, the size of life, representing the dissection of...

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Dancing DNA+

According to researchers at Virginia Tech, DNA is a lot more flexible than previously thought. Click to download the structural...

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