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A collection of the best medical illustrations that have been contributed to Radiopaedia.org. Board curated by Dr Matt Skalski.

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Due to its oblique course through multiple layers of fascia, the walls of the inguinal canal can be difficult to conceptualise. This diagram attempts to simplify the boundaries and structures within the canal. This diagram pertains to males; Face Anatomy, Anatomy Art, Transversus Abdominis, Fascia Lata, Medical Illustrations, Art Illustrations, Digital Painting Tutorials, Anatomy Tutorial, Medical School

Inguinal canal (diagram) | Radiology Case | Radiopaedia.org

Due to its oblique course through multiple layers of fascia, the walls of the inguinal canal can be difficult to conceptualise. This diagram attempts to simplify the boundaries and structures within the canal. This diagram pertains to males; howe...

Extension teardrop fracture typically occurs due to forced extension of the neck with resulting avulsion of the anteroinferior corner of the vertebral body. Extension teardrop fractures are stable in flexion and unstable in extension as the anter. Anatomy Images, Skull Anatomy, Bone Diseases, Human Anatomy And Physiology, Extensions, Medical Illustrations, Med Student, Drop, Chiropractic

Extension teardrop fracture | Radiology Reference Article | Radiopaedia.org

Extension teardrop fracture typically occurs due to forced extension of the neck with resulting avulsion of the anteroinferior corner of the vertebral body. Extension teardrop fractures are stable in flexion and unstable in extension as the anter...

Median sagittal section through the occipital bone and first three cervical vertebræ, showing ligamentous attachments Greys Anatomy Book, Atlas Anatomy, Greys Anatomy Online, Grays Anatomy, Anatomy Of The Neck, Face Anatomy, Anatomy Art, Human Anatomy, Cervical Vertebrae

Median atlanto-occipital and atlantoaxial joints (Gray's illustration) | Radiology Case | Radiopaedia.org

Anatomy of the C0/1 and C1/2 joints. Original diagram, reproduced from Gray's Anatomy 20th US edition which has now lapsed into the public domain (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anterior_atlantoaxial_ligament#/media/File:Gray308.png).

Abdominal surface anatomy (creative commons illustration) | Radiology Case | Radiopaedia.org Facial Nerve Branches, Cerebral Edema, Sagittal Plane, Nerve Palsy, Ulnar Nerve, Human Anatomy, Anatomy Organs, Graves Disease, Biochemistry

Abdominal surface anatomy (creative commons illustration) | Radiology Case | Radiopaedia.org

Author: OpenStax College. Original file: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Abdominal_Quadrant_Regions.jpg#/media/File:Abdominal_Quadrant_Regions.jpg Modifications: cropping by Craig Hacking. License: This file is licensed under Creativ...

Simplied illustrations of the annular pancreas. See article for more information. Medical Illustrations, Medicine, Diagram, Cases, Random, Health, Radiology, Salud, Health Care

Annular pancreas (illustrations) | Radiology Case | Radiopaedia.org

Simplied illustrations of the annular pancreas. See article for more information.

Flexion teardrop fractures represent a fracture pattern occurring in severe axial/flexion injury of the cervical spine. They are important to recognize because they indicate extensive underlying ligamentous injury and spinal instability. Palmer College Of Chiropractic, Anatomy Images, Skull Anatomy, Spinal Cord Injury, Radiology, Trauma, Medical Illustrations, Medicine, Surgery

Flexion teardrop fracture (illustration) | Radiology Case | Radiopaedia.org

These injuries are to be contrasted with extension teardrop fractures and degenerative intercalary bones. See related articles.

Lisfranc injury: Nunley-Vertullo classifications - illustrations | Radiology Case | Radiopaedia.org Lisfranc Injury, Medical Illustrations, Sprain, Nursing, Medicine, Rocks, Black And White, Education, School

Lisfranc injury: Nunley-Vertullo classifications - illustrations | Radiology Case | Radiopaedia.org

Illustrations of the thoracic aorta and its branches. See article for more information. Subclavian Artery, Carotid Artery, Radiology, Head And Neck, Medical Illustrations, Rad Tech, This Or That Questions, Branches, Heart

Thoracic aorta (illustration) | Radiology Case | Radiopaedia.org

Illustrations of the thoracic aorta and its branches. See article for more information.

Thumbprinting is a radiological sign of large bowel fold thickening, usually caused by edematous change, related to an infective or inflammatory process (colitis) or due to mucosal/submucosal hemorrhage. Diverticulitis, Free Text, How To Become, Signs, Medical Illustrations, Signage

Thumbprinting sign and its differential diagnosis | Radiology Case | Radiopaedia.org

Thumbprinting is a radiological sign of large bowel fold thickening, usually caused by edematous change, related to an infective or inflammatory process (colitis) or due to mucosal/submucosal hemorrhage. The normal haustra become thickened at reg...

In the lumbar spine, the exiting nerve roots hook around the pedicles above their same-level disc, and therefore are seldom affected by disc herniations. The transiting nerve root which exits at the level below, however, passes in close proximity. Disk Herniation, Anatomy Images, Skull Anatomy, Radiology, Medical Illustrations, Close Proximity, Roots

Disc herniation affecting transiting nerve root - lumbar spine | Radiology Case | Radiopaedia.org

In the lumbar spine, the exiting nerve roots hook around the pedicles above their same-level disc, and therefore are seldom affected by disc herniations. The transiting nerve root which exits at the level below, however, passes in close proximity...

AAST liver trauma grading diagrams as per the 2018 update. See related articles for more information. Trauma, Medical Illustrations, Liver Disease, Diagram, Radiology

Liver trauma grading (diagrams) | Radiology Case | Radiopaedia.org

AAST liver trauma grading diagrams as per the 2018 update. See related articles for more information.

Mitral stenosis chest radiographs may show: cardiomegaly double right heart border (enlarged left atrium and normal right atrium) prominent left atrial appendage splaying of the subcarinal angle degrees) Medical Illustrations, Heart Border, Radiology, Medical School, Atrium, Articles, Medicine, Med School

Mitral heart | Radiology Case | Radiopaedia.org

The radiograph exhibits the 'full house' of features of a mitral heart due to mitral stenosis.

Mitral stenosis chest radiographs may show: cardiomegaly double right heart border (enlarged left atrium and normal right atrium) prominent left atrial appendage splaying of the subcarinal angle degrees) Medical Illustrations, Heart Border, Radiology, Medical School, Atrium, Articles, Medicine, Med School

Mitral heart | Radiology Case | Radiopaedia.org

The radiograph exhibits the 'full house' of features of a mitral heart due to mitral stenosis.