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heythereuniverse:

Cross section of Pinus stem | Aaron Messing
West Orange, New Jersey, USA

heythereuniverse:

Cross section of Pinus stemAaron Messing

West Orange, New Jersey, USA

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medicalstate:

Chronic Pancreatitis (Ultrasound and CT of One Patient).

Chronic pancreatitis can lead to permanent structural damage of the parenchyma, leading to impaired exocrine and endocrine function. Over time, the pancreas can begin to develop progressive patchy fibrosis that can eventually progress to calcification as seen in the bright white spots on the CT scan. 

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amolecularmatter:

The cerebral vasculature is a complex network that allows only 18% of the total blood volume of the body through the delicate tissues of the brain. This allows the transport of oxygen and nutrients that are essential to brain function. In the wide field, plane-projection confocal image above, the superficial cerebral vasculature of a mouse - specifically the actin, α-N-acetylgalactosamine residues, and DNA in cell nuclei - are labeled in situ.
Image Source: The Cell Picture Show.

amolecularmatter:

The cerebral vasculature is a complex network that allows only 18% of the total blood volume of the body through the delicate tissues of the brain. This allows the transport of oxygen and nutrients that are essential to brain function. In the wide field, plane-projection confocal image above, the superficial cerebral vasculature of a mouse - specifically the actinα-N-acetylgalactosamine residues, and DNA in cell nuclei - are labeled in situ.

Image Source: The Cell Picture Show.

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medicalschool:

Here numerous HIV-1 particles leave a cultured HeLa cell. These viruses lack their vpu gene and thus can’t detach from the cell’s tethering factor, BST2. Each viron particle is ~120nm in diameter. The image was captured with a Zeiss Merlin ultra high-resolution scanning electron microscope. The cells were fixed, dehydrated, critical-point dried, and lightly sputter-coated with gold/palladium.

medicalschool:

Here numerous HIV-1 particles leave a cultured HeLa cell. These viruses lack their vpu gene and thus can’t detach from the cell’s tethering factor, BST2. Each viron particle is ~120nm in diameter. The image was captured with a Zeiss Merlin ultra high-resolution scanning electron microscope. The cells were fixed, dehydrated, critical-point dried, and lightly sputter-coated with gold/palladium.

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1000-life-hacks:

This diagram could save someone’s life!

1000-life-hacks:

This diagram could save someone’s life!

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ted:

This is the radiologist’s version of photocopying your face at work.

These MRI scans show what an artichoke, a head of broccoli, and the human brain look like on the inside. Magnetic resonance imaging scanners, or MRIs for short, let us see internal anatomy at high resolution. When we put a set of MRI images in sequence, we get crazy pictures like these. Cool, huh?

Learn about MRI scanners and the future of brain imaging» 

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loupgarou752:

Anatomical Venus model used to medical science.

loupgarou752:

Anatomical Venus model used to medical science.

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anaestheticroom:


lungs breathing

Well, lovely.

anaestheticroom:

lungs breathing

Well, lovely.

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medicalschool:

Vasculature of the human lungs

medicalschool:

Vasculature of the human lungs

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medicalschool:

Coagulation is a complex process by which blood forms clots. It is an important part of hemostasis, the cessation of blood loss from a damaged vessel, wherein a damaged blood vessel wall is covered by a platelet and fibrin-containing clot to stop bleeding and begin repair of the damaged vessel.

medicalschool:

Coagulation is a complex process by which blood forms clots. It is an important part of hemostasis, the cessation of blood loss from a damaged vessel, wherein a damaged blood vessel wall is covered by a platelet and fibrin-containing clot to stop bleeding and begin repair of the damaged vessel.

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