The Anatomical Series designs are intended to be true to the drawings of Henry Gray and Frank Netter, two of the most distinguished medical illustrators.  This series includes a subseries devoted to the lung, a subseries devoted to bone marrow aspirations, and a subseries devoted to neurons. 

 

"Carpus", is a wrist xray, a gift to the surgeon who digs glass out of knuckles etc.  "Coronal View" is the interior of a heart, a gift to my husband, a cardiologist.  "Left Fundus" is the back third of the eyeball.  "Membraneous Labyrinth" is the interior of an ear.  It also calls to mind certain sea creatures.  "Ovum" could be something one might see through a telescope though it is actually through a microscope.  "Retinal Neurons" is a graph of eye function, complete with rod and cone granules (light would enter from the top).  "Neck Dissection" was made for the surgeon, and friend, who operated on my neck.  "Hair" is a follicle folly. 

 

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Lymph Systems
Left Fundus (pink)
Coronal View. Savannah, GA
St. Barts Heart. London, UK
Retinal Neurons (yellow)
Neck Dissection. Bluffton, SC
Retinal Neurons (brown). Broken(movers)
Retinal Neurons (blue)
Hair
Membraneous Labyrinth
Carpus. Savannah, GA
Pelvis
Ovum. Bluffton, SC

Anatomical Subseries:  The Lung

 

  These windows are part of the Anatomical series of windows, but are all devoted to the lung.  The first, "Mixed-Dust Fibrosis", is a lung disease (through the microscope).  "Airways" is a lung turned on its side to show the remarkable resemblance to our Live Oak trees.  The next two are lung airway cross-sections. The last two are devoted to cigarettes.

Mixed-Dust Fibrosis. Jacksonville, FL
Bronchus. Savannah, GA
Airways. Savannah, GA
Damage 2
Alveolus with Macrophages
Damage 1

Anatomical Subseries:  The Bone Marrow Aspirations

 

These windows are part of the Anatomical series of windows, but are all devoted to bone marrow aspiration slides.  The suggestion to look into these, and the inspiration for them, comes from a favorite person who works in oncology.  The four windows depict (1) Myeloma, (2) Erythroid Hyperplasia, (3) Histoplasmosis, and (4) a Fat Cell.

a Myeloma
Erythroid Hyperplasia
Histoplasmosis
Fat Cell

Anatomical Subseries:  The Neurons

Neurons No. 1
Neurons No. 6
Neurons No. 2
Neurons No. 5
Neurons No. 3
Neurons No. 4
Neurons No. 7
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