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Human body showing skeletal system, arteries, veins, and nervous system Featured Medical Print

Human body showing skeletal system, arteries, veins, and nervous system

Medical illustration of human body showing skeletal system, arteries, veins, and nervous system

© Stocktrek Images

Anatomy, Appendicular Skeleton, Arms Extended, Arms Outstretched, Artery, Back View, Biology, Biomedical Illustrations, Bone, Brachial Plexus, Carotid Artery, Cervical Vertebrae, Circulatory System, Coccyx, Color Image, Complexity, Cranium, Digitally Generated Image, Femoral Nerves, Femur, Fibula, Full Length, Green Background, Healthcare, Hepatic Veins, Horizontal, Human, Human Anatomy, Human Bones, Human Representation, Human Skeleton, Humerus, Ilium, Illustration, Intercostal Nerves, Intricacy, Jugular Veins, Lumbar Plexus, Lumbar Vertebrae, Medical, Medicine, Musculocutaneous Nerves, Nerve, Nervous System, No People, Pelvis, Phalange, Physiology, Posterior, Pudendal Nerves, Radial Nerves, Radius, Rear View, Sacral Plexus, Sacrum, Saphenous Nerves, Scapula, Sciatic Nerves, Skeletal System, Skeleton, Spine, Standing, Subclavian Artery, Subclavian Veins, Subcostal Nerves, Tarsus, Thoracic Veins, Thoracic Vertebrae, Thyroid Veins, Tibia, Ulna, Vein, Vena Cava, Vertebrae, Vertebral Artery, Vertebrate, Yellow

Coxiella burnetii, the bacteria that causes Q Fever Featured Medical Print

Coxiella burnetii, the bacteria that causes Q Fever

Coxiella burnetii, the bacteria that causes Q Fever. A dry fracture of a Vero cell exposing the contents of a vacuole where Coxiella burnetii are busy growing

© National Institutes of Health/Stocktrek Images

Anaerobe, Analysis, Bacteria, Bacteriology, Biology, Biomedical, Biotechnology, Cell Biology, Close Up, Coccobacillus, Color Image, Coxiella Burnetii, Fracture, Gammaproteobacteria, Genetic, Gram Negative Bacteria, Growth, Healthcare, Horizontal, Intracellular, Magnification, Medical, Medicine, Microbe, Microbiology, Micrograph, Microorganism, Molecular Biology, No People, Obligate Anaerobes, Organism, Pathogen, Pathology, Photography, Proteobacteria, Q Fever, Replication, Reproduction, Research, Rod Shape, Scanning Electron Micrograph, Scanning Electron Microscope, Science, Sem, Vacuole, Vero Cells

Illustration of an atypical growth on the skin that could be a sign of skin cancer Featured Medical Print

Illustration of an atypical growth on the skin that could be a sign of skin cancer

Illustration of an atypical growth on the skin that could be a warning sign of skin cancer. Sudden change in the appearance, shape, color, size, or texture of an existing mole or pigmented area that does not reduce or heal within 4 weeks are common signals of skin cancer

© Stocktrek Images

Abnormal, Anatomy, Appearance, Areole, Arrector Pili, Artwork, Biology, Biomedical Illustrations, Cancer, Cell, Close Up, Color Image, Condition, Connective Tissue, Corpuscle, Cutaway View, Dermal Papillae, Dermatitis, Dermis, Detail, Digitally Generated Image, Disease, Disorder, Elastic Fibers, Epidermis, Female, Female Likeness, Follicle, Free Nerve Endings, Gland, Growth, Hair, Hair Follicles, Healthcare, Histology, Horizontal, Human Back, Human Body, Human Body Parts, Human Glands, Human Representation, Human Skin, Hypodermis, Illustration, Inflammation, Long Hair, Magnification, Malignant, Medical, Medicine, Meissners Corpuscles, Melanoma, Microbiology, Microscopic, Mole, No People, Oncology, Pacinian Corpuscles, Physiology, Reticular Layer, Ruffini Corpuscle, Sebaceous Glands, Seborrhea, Seborrhoeic Dermatitis, Sensory Receptors, Skin, Skin Cancer, Squamous Cell Carcinoma, Stratum Basale, Stratum Corneum, Stratum Germinativum, Stratum Granulosum, Stratum Spinosum, Subpapillary Vascular Plexus, Surface, Symptom, Tumor, Ulcer, Unhealthy, White Background, Woman