Medical Illustration

Acute Pancreatitis
Acute Pancreatitis

© 2016 Columbia University. All rights reserved. (Work done as Columbia University employee.) Image used with permission from Columbia University and the Columbia University Pancreas Center.

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Esophagus and Stomach
Esophagus and Stomach

© 2018 Columbia University. All rights reserved. (Work done as Columbia University employee.) Image used with permission from Columbia University and the Columbia University Medical Center Esophageal Disorders Program.

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Pancreas, Duodenum, and Gallbladder
Pancreas, Duodenum, and Gallbladder

© 2016 Columbia University. All rights reserved. (Work done as Columbia University employee.) Image used with permission from Columbia University and the Columbia University Pancreas Center.

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Exocrine Cancer
Exocrine Cancer

© 2016 Columbia University. All rights reserved. (Work done as Columbia University employee.) Image used with permission from Columbia University and the Columbia University Pancreas Center.

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The Gastroesophageal Junction
The Gastroesophageal Junction

© 2018 Columbia University. All rights reserved. (Work done as Columbia University employee.) Image used with permission from Columbia University and the Columbia University Medical Center Esophageal Disorders Program.

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Barrett's Esophagus
Barrett's Esophagus

© 2018 Columbia University. All rights reserved. (Work done as Columbia University employee.) Image used with permission from Columbia University and the Columbia University Medical Center Esophageal Disorders Program.

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Barrett's Esophagus: Cell Stages
Barrett's Esophagus: Cell Stages

© 2018 Columbia University. All rights reserved. (Work done as Columbia University employee.) Image used with permission from Columbia University and the Columbia University Medical Center Esophageal Disorders Program.

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Eye Illustration after Max Broedel
Eye Illustration after Max Broedel

Created in Adobe Photoshop.

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Anatomy of a Climber's Hand
Anatomy of a Climber's Hand

© 2017 Abigail Richbourg. All Rights Reserved.

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Posterior View of pVCR Procedure
Posterior View of pVCR Procedure

© 2016 Columbia University. All rights reserved. (Work done as Columbia University employee.) Image used with permission from Columbia University and Lawrence G. Lenke, MD.

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Lateral View of pVCR Procedure
Lateral View of pVCR Procedure

© 2016 Columbia University. All rights reserved. (Work done as Columbia University employee.) Image used with permission from Columbia University and Lawrence G. Lenke, MD.

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Posture and Spine Position
Posture and Spine Position

© 2019 Columbia University. All rights reserved. (Work done as Columbia University employee.) Image used with permission from Columbia University and the Columbia University Medical Center Department of Endocrine Surgery.

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Lacrimal Apparatus Anatomy
Lacrimal Apparatus Anatomy

© 2017 Abigail Richbourg. All Rights Reserved.

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Surgical Instruments
Surgical Instruments

Created in Adobe Illustrator.

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Heart Flow Comparison of VV ECMO:Q
Heart Flow Comparison of VV ECMO:Q

Side by side comparison of how blood flows through the heart in high and low Veno-Venous ECMO flow to cardiac output (Q) ratios © 2017 CollectedMed, LLC. All rights reserved. (Work done as an employee.) Image used with permission from CollectedMed, LLC.

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VA ECMO Flow to Cardiac Output Ratio
VA ECMO Flow to Cardiac Output Ratio

Side by side comparison of high and low Veno-Arterial ECMO flow to Cardiac Output ratios © 2017 CollectedMed, LLC. All rights reserved. (Work done as an employee.) Image used with permission from CollectedMed, LLC.

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Tonometry Procedure
Tonometry Procedure

Diagrammatic Illustration of the use of a tonometer to measure intraocular eye pressure. Measurement of this pressure is used to test for Glaucoma. Created in Adobe Illustrator.

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Surgical Posture Infographic
Surgical Posture Infographic

© 2019 Columbia University. All rights reserved. (Work done as Columbia University employee.) Image used with permission from Columbia University and the Columbia University Medical Center Department of Endocrine Surgery.

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Contact Lens Insertion Instructions
Contact Lens Insertion Instructions

Diagrammatic Illustration of the instructions listed on most major contact manufacturing companies concerning how to insert contact lenses. Created in Adobe Illustrator.

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T1R1 and T1R3 and Umami Taste
T1R1 and T1R3 and Umami Taste

Diagrammatic depiction of the G-protein coupled receptors T1R1 and T1R3 and the chemical pathway that results when these proteins are stimulated by glutamate. The most common form of glutamate is monosodium glutamate, or MSG, giving rise to the Umami taste that makes Chinese food taste so delicious. Created in Adobe Illustrator.

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