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Wikiversity Journal of Medicine vol. 1, no. 2, July 2014
Medical gallery of Mikael Häggström 2014
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Häggström, Mikael (2014). "Medical gallery of
Mikael Häggström 2014". Wikiversity Journal of
Medicine 1 (2).
doi:10.15347/wjm/2014.008. ISSN 20018762 .
First submitted: 23 July 2014
Accepted: 25 July 2014
Last updated: 10 April 2016
This is a galley of medical images contributed by Mikael Häggström up to Juillet
2014.
ORCID: 0000-0002-2732-7631.
Correspondence by online form.
Many of these images may be too small to conveniently view the content. Larger
versions are available online.
All these medical images are Public Domain under the Creative Commons CC0
1.0 Universal Public Domain Dedication which means that you can copy, modify,
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asking permission.
Contents
1 General medical images
2 Ultrasonographies
3 Human body diagrams
3.1 General body diagrams
3.2 Drugs
3.3 Diseases
3.4 Toxins
4 Blood values
5 Other medical diagrams
6 Gray's Anatomy labeling
7 References
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General medical images
Thyroid hormone synthesis
Glycogen structure
Cephalic presentations
Chromosomal translocations
Noradrenaline breakdown
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Pudendal nerve
Notable mutations
VEGF receptors
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Lymphocyte activation (simple)
Lymphocyte activation (more detailed)
Insulin oscillations coordination
Pancreatic insulin oscillations
Cellular insulin oscillations
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One variation of internal iliac artery branching
(4 more versions not shown here)
Thin filament formation
Myofilament
Intermediate filament
Blood supply of the stomach
Posterior muscles
Anterior muscles
Tyrosine hydroxylase reaction
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ECG in hyperkalemia
Anoscope, proctoscope andrectoscope
Scintillating scotoma
Fundus photograph of normal right eye
Fundus photograph of normal left eye
Cubitus varus and cubitus valgus
Transvaginal ultrasonographydevice
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Immunosurgery
Curette
Skene's duct cyst
Vaginal wet mount of candidal vulvovaginitis
Superior orbital fissure
Entrance to pterygopalatine fossa
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Ultrasonographies
Ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome
Ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome
Dermoid cyst
Movements at a gestational age of 9 weeks.
Umbilical cord
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Heartbeat at 5 weeks and 5 days ofgestational
age
Heartbeat at 6 weeks 1 day
Biparietal diameter
Intrauterine device
Monoamniotic twins
Dichorionic twins
Ectopic pregnancy
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Hemorrhagic ovarian cyst
Incomplete miscarriage
Complete miscarriage
Hematometra
Postmenopausal endometrial fluid
Abnormal mass and normal embryo
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Uterus after Caesarean section
Anembryonic gestation
Retroverted uterus in pregnancy
Subserosal uterine fibroid
Molar pregnancy
Almost completed medical abortion
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Delayed or missed miscarriage
Bicornuate uterus with pregnancy
Human body diagrams
The human body diagrams are a collection of images that are derived mainly
from public domain pictures of organs, like a drag-and-drop doll. Their main
purpose is to provide overviews, explaining medical conditions and other
phenomena in a more convenient way.
General body diagrams
Simplistic overview of the chemical basis
of love.
Potential health benefits of appleconsumption.[1] [2]
[3] [4]
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Diseases and conditions where stem cell treatment is promising or emerging. [5] Bone marrow
transplantation is, as of 2009, the only established use of stem cells.
Main health effects of sleep deprivation.[6].
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Main pathways in growth regulation by the endocrine system, mediated bygrowth hormone and insulin-like
growth factor 1 (IGF-1).
Glucose metabolism and various forms of it in the process.
-Glucose-containing compounds and isomeric forms are digested and taken up by the body in the
intestines, includingstarch, glycogen, disaccharides and monosaccharides.
-Glucose is stored in mainly the liver and muscles as glycogen.
-It is distributed and utilized in tissues as free glucose.
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Internal organs.
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Drugs
Main short-term somatic (bodily) effects of cannabis.
Main side effects of oxycodone. Red color denotes more serious effects, requiring immediate contact with
health provider.[7]
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Main effects of chronic cocaine use.
Main physiological effects of Crack cocaine.
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Main side effects of hydrocodone.[8] The respiratory effects are most serious, requiring immediate contact
with health provider.[8]
Main long-term effects of heroin
usage.[9]
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Main side effects of tramadol. Red color denotes more serious effects, requiring immediate contact with
health provider.[10]
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Diseases
Main symptoms of AIDS.
Overview, showing main complications of persistent high blood
pressure.
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Symptoms of cancer metastasis depend location of the
tumor.
Overview of the most significant symptoms of diabetes.
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Main symptoms of acute HIV infection.
Main symptoms of multiple sclerosis.
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Comparison of symptoms of different variants and stages of
tuberculosis.
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Main symptoms of infectious mononucleosis.[11] [12] [13]
Main symptoms of acute hemolytic reaction due to blood type mismatch.
[14][15]
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Overview of bacterial infections and main species involved.[16][17]
Overview of the main types of viral infection and the most notable species
involved. [18] [19]
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Main symptoms that may appear in anemia.[20]
General symptoms of acidosis,[21] [22]resulting from decrease in
body pH.
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Main symptoms of influenza.[23]
Main symptoms of malaria.[24]
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Potential complications of insomnia.[25]
Main symptoms of infectious pneumonia.
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Signs and symptoms of hypothyroidism.[26]
Symptoms of fibromyalgia.[27]
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Symptoms of systemic lupus erythematosus.[28]
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Toxins
Most significant of the possible long-term effects of ethanol. Additionally, in pregnant women, it causes fetal
alcohol syndrome.
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Main symptoms of carbon dioxide toxicity, by increasing volume percent in air.[29][30].
Most common symptoms of any kind of snake bite poisoning.[31] [32] [33] Furthermore, there is vast variation in
symptoms between bites from different types of snakes.[31]
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Overview of main health effects on humans from some common types
of pollution. [34] [35] [36]
Main symptoms of oxygen toxicity.[37]
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Main symptoms of hyperammonemia (ammonia reaching toxic
concentrations).[38]
Common adverse effects of tobacco smoking.[39]
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Side effects of nicotine.[40]
Blood values
Full length of images are found online.
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Other medical diagrams
Estradiol during the menstrual cycle
Progesterone during the menstrual cycle
FSH during the menstrual cycle
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LH during the menstrual cycle
Incidence of ovarian cancers by histopathology
Normal values for peak expiratory flow
Gestational sac diameter by gestational age
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Crown-rump length by gestational age
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Biparietal diameter by gestational age
Fundal height by gestational age
Dosage of FSH in hyperstimulation
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Dosage of FSH in hyperstimulation (using AFC instead of AMH)
Algorithm in pregnancy of unknown location
Most common cancers in females, by occurence
Most common cancers in males, by occurrence
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Most common cancers in females, by mortality
Most common cancers in males, by mortality
Maternal mortality rate worldwide
QT interval corrected for heart rate
Human genome by functions
Lung cancer types
Circumferential stress
Relative survival in ovarian cancer
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Breast cancer incidence by age
Pre- and posttest probabilities
Pre- and post-test probabilities
Coefficient of variation versus deviation in
reference ranges "erroneously" not established
by log-normal distribution
Standard deviation of standard reference
range limit
Amino acid catabolism
Bell curve of intake versus health effect
Normal values forForced Vital
Capacity(FVC), Forced Expiratory Volume in 1
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Second (FEV1) andForced Expiratory Flow 25–
75% (FEF25–75%).
QRS complex
Proportion of drugs metabolized by
differentCYPs
Causes of infertility
Relative prevalence of familial
hyperlipoproteinemias
prenatal development.
Pregnancy timeline.
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Child development stages.
Wound healing phases.
Gray's Anatomy labeling
The following images were taken from the now Public Domain version of Gray's
anatomy from 1918, and were labeled for clarity.
Axillary artery branches
Dermatomes and cutaneous
nerves
Axillary lines
Sacral plexus
Mandibular nerve branches
Mandibular nerve branches
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External carotid artery
branches
Internal iliac artery
branches
Adductor canal
Superficial and deep
branches of the transverse
cervical artery
Perineal body
Posterior triangle of the
neck
Suboccipital triangle
Inguinal triangle
Frontal suture
Axillary space
Limbus
Arteries of the eye
Deep temporal nerve
Greater sciatic foramen
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Sciatic notches
Great saphenous vein
Posterior fossa
Fibular artery
Popliteal artery
Circumflex femoral arteries
Iliac artery
bifurcationand aorta
Suprahyoid muscles
Nuchal ligament
Supraspinatus muscle
Lumbar triangle
External oblique muscle
Sternocleidomastoid
muscle
Rhomboid muscles
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Splenius muscle
Trapezius muscle
Infraspinatus muscle
Prevertebral muscles
Orientation on the back
Prevertebral fascia
Jugular fossa
Inferior thyroid artery
and ascending cervical
artery
Limits of the axilla
Costocervical trunk
Vertebral artery
Costocervical trunk
Dorsal scapular artery
Internal mammary branch
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Thyrocervical trunk
Subclavian arteries, first
part
External maxillary artery
branches
Superficial temporal artery
Maxillary artery
Posterior auricular artery
Occipital artery
Facial artery
Lingual artery
Ascending pharyngeal
artery
Superior thyroid artery
Foramen caecum
Carotid sheath
Cervical plexus
Infrahyoid muscles
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Petrotympanic fissure
Stylomastoid foramen
Semimembranosus muscle
Biceps femoris muscle,
long head
Semitendinosus muscle
Quadratus femoris muscle
Inferior gemellus muscle
Gemellus superior muscle
Piriformis muscle
Gluteus medius muscle
Gluteus minimus muscle
Gluteus maximus muscle
Gluteus muscles
Prepatellar bursa
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Rectus capitis lateralis
muscle
Extensor indicis muscle
Extensor pollicis longus
muscle
Extensor carpi ulnaris
muscle
Extensor digitorum muscle
Orbital septum
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