WikiJournal of Medicine/Medical gallery of Blausen Medical 2014
Posterior view of the heart
Posterior view of coronary circulation.
Layers of the walls of the heart.
Normal heart versus one with dilated cardiomyopathy
Placement of a pacemaker.
Correction of an atrial septal defect using a patch.
Correction of an atrial septal defect using a percutaneous device.
The setting of cardioversion
Artificial heart valve of St. Francis model
Coronary thrombectomy by AngioJet technique.
Coronary artery bypass surgery types.
Single coronary artery bypass.
Double coronary artery bypass.
Triple coronary artery bypass.
Quadruple coronary artery bypass.
Blood clot motion.
Arteriovenous graft for hemodialysis.
A red blood cell in a hypotonic solution.
A red blood cell in a hypertonic solution.
Bag of packed red blood cells.
Cell types of blood.
Non-tunneled central venous catheter.
Blood pressure flow.
Anatomy of the pancreas.
Anatomy of the mouth.
Types of colostomy.
Location of the liver.
Small intestine anatomy
Appendix in a child.
Brain stem anatomy.
Layers of the scalp.
Regions of the cerebral cortex.
Types of neuroglia cells.
Innervation of the parasympathetic system.
Innervation of the sympathetic system.
Normal vertebral column.
Breast reconstruction using a tissue expander.
Breast reconstruction using a prosthesis.
Correct latch-on in breastfeeding.
Free nerve endings of the skin.
Sebaceous gland states.
Anatomy of the skin.
Tactile mechanoreceptors of the skin.
Location of the melanocyte.
Blood supply of the dermis.
Rash of Lyme disease.
Endocrine system in the male
Usage of a blood glucose meter
Forms of medical cannabis.
Insulin pen and syringe.
Priming an insulin pen.
Upper respiratory tract.
Anatomy of the trachea.
Normal airway versus airway with bronchoconstriction
Landmarks of surface anatomy, anterior view.
Landmarks of surface anatomy, posterior view.
Distribution forces of the femur.
Anatomy of the knee, viewed from the side.
Anatomy of the knee, viewed from front.
Anatomy of a long bone.
Obstetrics and gynecology
Diseases not primarily belong in any of sections above.
Treatments, diagnostic tools and other interventions not already primarily belong to any of the sections above.