Biomedical illustrations are used in teaching and research to communicate information that even “being there” cannot always convey. A line slightly contoured, highlighted, weighted, or shadowed - neither the perfect line of a computer, nor the unimpeded “capture” possible with a handy smartphone – is able to elucidate and communicate information about anatomy and physiology in a manner rarely otherwise achieved. But to produce lines that can communicate requires an ability to look at...
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