Radiographic Anatomy of the Skeleton: Foot -- Oblique View, Labelled

Radiographic Anatomy of the Skeleton: Foot -- Oblique View, Labelled Shared by Where YoUth Rise

This is informative, creative, and kinda an adorable way to teach human anatomy. The hand-rendered type fits the shape of the bones well. I especially like how drawn-out the letters in "sternum" are.

Skeleton Typogram, A Human Skeleton Illustration Made Using The Words For Each Bone

A poster of the human body and which bones are located in which places. This is a great visual for students to reference if learning about bones in the body!

Personlized Rad Tech X-Ray fleece jacket by FortLedbetterDesigns

Personlized Rad Tech X-Ray fleece jacket by FortLedbetterDesigns

That damn left marker. Every time. One time I had to pry mine from a patient's fat rolls. And dug through plenty of red bags looking for it. Still miss those days though...

I work in a hospital. This is the aftermath of a trauma. He lived.

That damn left marker. One time I had to pry mine from a patient's fat rolls. And dug through plenty of red bags looking for it.

Rad exposure

Cancer is natural & caused by radiation. Radiation Exposure and the body. This would have been helpful in xray school as I was learning this stuff.

Types of fractures

History Of Medical Assisting The History Of Medical Assisting By Annalisa Valles And Anna Cruz, Images From The History Of The Public Health Service, October 2012 Issue 343 Duke University Medical Center Library,

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