Surgery Illustrations & Illustrations of Surgical Techniques

We Provide a Medical Illustration Service for Surgeons & Clinicans

Medical illustrations are vital in many situations to convey new surgical techniques. Where surgeons are innovative with procedures, or even student physicians studying and writers papers, then this can be demonstrated through a series of illustrations of the medical innovation. Experienced or studying medical professionals know the benefit of employing a highly trained and experienced medical artist to create custom illustrations for their medical papers. The Medical-Artist.com team has had training at the Royal College of Surgeons of England, and Joanna is a Registered Medical Illustration Practitioner. This is vital if illustrations of a medical matter are to convey the right information to the audience and ensure the new medical or surgical technique will be understood

If you are writing a medical paper, contact Joanna and her team to commission your own unique medical illustrations that will ensure your paper will be noticed by your peers. Quotations are provided and ideas of how best to use illustrations in your medical paper are readily discussed.

Medical illustrations can also be aimed at any audience, from the layperson to the professor, as their ability to engage the viewer whilst conveying complicated medical matter is unique.

Contact Joanna and the Medical-Artist.com team here to discuss your requirements for surgical illustrations.

Different Style and Medium Examples

Illustration of medical procedure - sigmoid colectomy surgical sequence

Black and white line drawings are known for their ability to convey precise and clear information. Their simplicity means the viewer does not loose focus on what is important so they work well as illustrations for medical papers.

Stomach band surgery

Colour illustrations can bring a paper to life, they draw the eye in, are brilliant when conveying the luminosity of human tissue especially in the abdomen area or or even pathology, and can instantly engage the viewer.

Medical illustration of preparatory stages of EVAR stent deployment in an aortic aneurysm

Digital illustrations are versatile and used for any project, however, they work best on repeat surgery stages. The same base image can be used again and again, giving clarity and continuity. It produces good medical instruments.

 

Pages on Specific Surgical Procedure Illustrations

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Individual Surgical Illustrations

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Eye laser treatment

Eye laser treatment

atient positioning

Patient positioning

Examples of cardiac surgery

Examples of cardiac surgery

 
Illustration of rib resection surgery techniqu

Rib resection surgery

Envelope flap surgery

Envelope flap surgery

Palatal flap surgery

Palatal flap surgery

 
Proximal ulna orthopaedic surgery

Proximal ulna orthopaedic surgery

Orthopaedic surgery to repair fractures

Orthopaedic surgery to repair fractures

Sternectomy procedure

Sternectomy procedure

 
Gastro-jejunostomy surgery

Gastro-jejunostomy surgery

Roux en Y gastric bipass surgery

Roux en Y gastric bipass surgery

Gastro jejunostomy gastric bipass

Gastro jejunostomy gastric bipass

 

The Art of Producing Medical Illustrations for the Surgeon

A medical artist will work with the surgeon or medical expert to produce the illustrations, as often these areinnovative and new techniques. Working closely together, the surgeon will provide written text or even basic outline drawings. The artist will provide pencil sketches for review, before completing them as final medical illustrations.

The end result is accurate, anatomically correct, yet eye catching and appealing medical images that tell a story, whilst also breaking up long pages of text in a medical paper.  For a surgeon to be able to communicate their new technique in a visual manner, makes for a more engaging and memorable paper. The medical art can also be extended for website use, as handouts at presentations or leaflets as they don't have to be confined to the paper.

The Surgeon can Choose a Style to Suit their Specialist Area

With a range of mediums and styles to hand when creating illustrations for medical professionals you can decide the best method, or what suits the budget, each time. Joanna can provide a range of illustrative mediums in colour digital, pen and ink, pastel, mixed media and pencil. Styles available are providing as 2D full colour illustrations, charts and graphs, PowerPoint presentations or animations or line drawings. New requests and ideas are always welcomed.

Why do Surgeons use Medical Illustrators for Surgical Papers?

Throughout all fields of surgery, practising surgeons and those writing medical papers on new findings and new surgery techniques, professionals use a medical artist to create illustrations of their medical or clinical findings.  Joanna' s medical illustrations of surgery, offer an invaluable service to any surgeon or medical professional looking to publish papers on their work. Illustrations for medical communications, whether for specific new techniques or medical innovation are an ideal way to aid your audience's understanding of complicated medical text.

With our understanding of anatomy the Medical-Artist team can create the best possible illustrations for your medical paper. Contact us to discuss your specific needs.

 

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