The Muscular System of the Human Body

The muscles of a human are classified as skeletal, cardiac, and smooth muscle. Their function is to produce force and cause motion, enabling us to move. Muscles are designed to contract, so they are termed a contractile tissue, containing two types of muscle, voluntary and involuntary.

At this medical art studio, with anatomical facts clearly understood through years of professional training, our anatomical illustrations are accurate and convey the message of education, supporting written medical documents, and are colourful and attractive imagery to promote any type of medical services, goods, pharmaceutical drugs on websites, publishing and across many medical and scientific areas of marketing.

Joanna as the team's lead medical illustrator, uses her training but continually strives to find new ways of creating exciting medical art, diagrams, posters to assist with any type of healthcare, medical project and is readily able to work alongside the medical professionals. As seen in this gallery of muscle illustrations, realism style medical art can demonstrate the unseen anatomy of muscles to include both gross anatomy, comprising all the muscles of an organism, plus microanatomy, showing the structures of a single muscle.

Illustrating what essentially is the unseen, medical illustration is an essential tool used in teaching and education.

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Gallery of Medical Illustrations on the Muscular System of the Human Body

Anatomy of neck region posterior view of the muscles

Full body anatomy of muscle

Muscles, posterior wall

Muscle, diaphragm, pelvis

Facial, pectoral, neck muscles and arm palmer view

Facial, pectoral, neck muscles and arm palmer view

 
Muscle anatomy of the back

Muscle anatomy of the back

Standing knee to chest muscle anatomy

Standing knee to chest muscle

 Muscle anatomy of the back

Muscle anatomy of the back

 
Heel down walking motion

Heel down walking motion

Toe off walking motion stimulates the calf pump into action

Walking motion stimulates the calf pump into action

Dissection spine

Dissection spine

 
Pectoralis major muscle

Pectoralis major muscle

Muscles posterior wall

Muscles posterior wall

Female breast dissection

Female breast dissection

 
Anatomy of the thigh muscles with reflected gluteus maximus

Anatomy of the thigh muscles More anatomy of hip and thigh

Superficial muscle dissection of the right arm

Superficial muscle dissection Gallery ~ Shoulder Anatomy

Muscles of the shoulder and arm

Muscle anatomy of the forearm Gallery ~ Muscles of the Shoulder

 
Muscles during exercise

Muscles during exercise

Muscle anatomy

Muscle anatomy torso

Muscles, ligaments hand

Muscles, ligaments hand

 
Muscles during exercise

Muscles during exercise

Muscles head and neck

Muscles head and neck

Head and neck muscle anatomy

Head and neck muscle anatomy Further Head and Neck Here