Anatomy shirt available at http://teespring.com/anatomy

Anatomy shirt available at http://teespring.com/anatomy

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#http://teespring.com/anatomy 

Hahaha 

Definitely getting one of these.

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fuckyeahforensics:

Accuracy of High-Resolution In Vivo Micro Magnetic Resonance Imaging for Measurements of Microstructural and Mechanical Properties of Human Distal Tibial Bone, Liu XS, Zhang XH, Rajapakse CS, Wald MJ, Magland J, Sekhon KK, Adam MF, Sajda P, Wehrli FW, and Guo XE, Journal of Bone Mineral Research,25(9): 2039-50, 2010 Micro magnetic resonance imaging (µMRI) is an in vivo imaging method that permits 3D quantification of cortical and trabecular bone microstructure. µMR images can also be used for building microstructural finite element (µFE) models to assess bone stiffness, which highly correlates with bone’s resistance to fractures. In order for µMRI-based microstructural and µFE analyses to become standard clinical tools for assessing bone quality, validation with a current gold standard, namely, high-resolution micro computed tomography (µCT) was performed by obtaining microstructural measurements of 25 human cadaveric distal tibias for the registered µMR (Figure Bottom Row) and µCT images (Figure Top Row), respectively. We conclude that most microstructural and mechanical properties of the distal tibia can be derived efficiently from µMR images and can provide additional information regarding bone quality.

fuckyeahforensics:

Accuracy of High-Resolution In Vivo Micro Magnetic Resonance Imaging for Measurements of Microstructural and Mechanical Properties of Human Distal Tibial Bone, Liu XS, Zhang XH, Rajapakse CS, Wald MJ, Magland J, Sekhon KK, Adam MF, Sajda P, Wehrli FW, and Guo XE, Journal of Bone Mineral Research,25(9): 2039-50, 2010
Micro magnetic resonance imaging (µMRI) is an in vivo imaging method that permits 3D quantification of cortical and trabecular bone microstructure. µMR images can also be used for building microstructural finite element (µFE) models to assess bone stiffness, which highly correlates with bone’s resistance to fractures. In order for µMRI-based microstructural and µFE analyses to become standard clinical tools for assessing bone quality, validation with a current gold standard, namely, high-resolution micro computed tomography (µCT) was performed by obtaining microstructural measurements of 25 human cadaveric distal tibias for the registered µMR (Figure Bottom Row) and µCT images (Figure Top Row), respectively. We conclude that most microstructural and mechanical properties of the distal tibia can be derived efficiently from µMR images and can provide additional information regarding bone quality.

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malformalady:

Congenital ectropion uveae is a rare, nonprogressive anomaly characterized by the presence of iris pigment epithelium on the anterior surface of the iris

malformalady:

Congenital ectropion uveae is a rare, nonprogressive anomaly characterized by the presence of iris pigment epithelium on the anterior surface of the iris

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expose-the-light:

Layered MRI Self-Portraits Engraved in Glass Sheets by Angela Palmer

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timeisenough:

This one is A5 (I think? It’s less than half the size of A4). Its faded as I did it a while ago. Thinking of colouring it. Would love feedback as everyone does.

timeisenough:

This one is A5 (I think? It’s less than half the size of A4). Its faded as I did it a while ago. Thinking of colouring it. Would love feedback as everyone does.

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The Lady is not Returning. 

The Lady is not Returning. 

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staceythinx:

Beautifully atmospheric photography by Adnan Bubalo

Great googly moogly … if we ever find another inhabited planet there’s just no chance it will be as pretty as this one.

Ok, that first part’s not precisely true, but you know what I mean.

Look at all that gorgeous Rayleigh scattering and atmospheric refraction!Earth, you damn fine.

*look at all that photoshop

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noellejt:

Pan troglodytes. Damaged proximal epiphyses - radius and tibia.

I absolutely adore my new camera. I’ve never really tried taking close-ups of small objects (I’m more landscapes and portraits) but I tried with it (and it’s amazing magical touch-screen focus thing) and these pictures somehow happened.

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oldowan:

jhellden:

Age estimation from teeth
Eruption of deciduous (baby or milk) teeth and permanent (adult) teeth occurs at fairly regular intervals during the subadult years of development (see the figure above, deciduous teeth are shaded). Therefore, age estimation of subadults based dental eruption is quite accurate.
While tooth wear and permanent tooth loss can occur in subadults, these degenerative changes are usually associated with adults. Loss of permanent teeth and accompanying bone resorption of the alveolar bone of the maxilla and/or mandible are often associated with old age. Tooth wear or dental attrition most often occurs in adults, but the age of onset depends on diet and other environmental factors. This process leads to loss of outer white tooth enamel and exposure of the yellowish dentine of the pulp cavity, especially on the cusps of the teeth. The older an individual is, the more dentine is exposed due to tooth wear.
Image is scanned from Tim D. White, Michael T. Black & Pieter A. Folkens: Human Osteology, Academic Press, 3 ed. (2011)

I need to expand on this topic.

oldowan:

jhellden:

Age estimation from teeth

Eruption of deciduous (baby or milk) teeth and permanent (adult) teeth occurs at fairly regular intervals during the subadult years of development (see the figure above, deciduous teeth are shaded). Therefore, age estimation of subadults based dental eruption is quite accurate.

While tooth wear and permanent tooth loss can occur in subadults, these degenerative changes are usually associated with adults. Loss of permanent teeth and accompanying bone resorption of the alveolar bone of the maxilla and/or mandible are often associated with old age. Tooth wear or dental attrition most often occurs in adults, but the age of onset depends on diet and other environmental factors. This process leads to loss of outer white tooth enamel and exposure of the yellowish dentine of the pulp cavity, especially on the cusps of the teeth. The older an individual is, the more dentine is exposed due to tooth wear.

Image is scanned from Tim D. White, Michael T. Black & Pieter A. Folkens: Human Osteology, Academic Press, 3 ed. (2011)

I need to expand on this topic.

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#anatomy 
timeisenough:

An A4 picture I drew. As of yet unfinished. Any feedback greatly appreciated.

timeisenough:

An A4 picture I drew. As of yet unfinished. Any feedback greatly appreciated.

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