Muscular System Medical Illustrations

We create medical illustrations of the muscular system

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Medical and Anatomical Illustrations of the Muscular system 

At this medical art studio, we have artists that have been trained in anatomy that enables us to accurately illustrate human muscle anatomy. Producing illustrations that are not just lifelike but meet scientific standards and anatomical accuracy.

We illustrate what essentially is the unseen anatomy beneath the skin, creating medical illustration that can be a key element to help those teaching anatomy and science education. Medical illustrations, medical visuals such as these can also co exist with written medical data or to act as stand alone imagery to help convey the message of anatomy education.

Our medical illustrations are colourful and attractive and therefore visually engaging that help promote any type of written medical text, anatomy publishing and used across many medical and scientific areas of education and marketing.

The medical artist.com team work full time as a provider of communications within the field medicine and science, and you can contact us anytime to discuss any project requirements.

The Muscular System Anatomy

Muscle anatomy is an amazing complex system of the human body and its purpose is to allow movement of the body, it maintains posture and circulates blood throughout the body. There are three types of muscles in the human body classified as skeletal muscle, smooth muscle and cardiac muscle. Skeletal muscles are attached to the skeleton and attach via ligaments which is a fibrous connective tissue which connects two bones or cartilages or holds together a joint. Smooth muscle is controlled directly by the autonomic nervous system and is involuntary and is located in the internal organs such as the digestive system, respiratory system, blood vessels, and bladder. Cardiac muscle is distinct because the muscle fibers are laterally striated to each other and it is found in the walls and histological foundation of the heart, specifically the myocardium.

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