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Medical Illustrations

While working to master the troves of niggling little facts required to practice medicine effectively, from time to time it was worthwhile to draw a picture or two to illustrate an especially tricky concept. Through years of practice and a healthy amount of erasure, some of these drawings turned out fairly well. Here are some of most suitable for public display.

Layers of the Skull and CNS
Coronary circulation
The Scapula
Lung Auscultation
Cranial Nerves
Kinds of synovial joints
Creatinine clearance
Cerebral Circulation
The humerus
Hyperplasia v hypertrophy
Clopidogrel is an antiplatelet
Subclavian line hazards
Renal Anatomy
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