We at eLearning Brothers are proud to announce that we’ve recently made 115 new additions to our medical image library. These images take a detailed look at the internal structure of the organs in the thoracic, abdominal, and pelvic regions.

Great care was given to ensure that users of these images could get the most out of them, and to that effect, each configuration of organs is viewed from a rotation of around 20 discrete points of view at incremental angles.

From lungs to lower intestine, glottis to gallbladder and everything in-between, all the major organs are represented in context of one another to illustrate the complex systems at play. In some images, certain elements are stripped away to give the viewer a better look at parts and systems that may be obscured, such as the bronchi and alveoli of the respiratory system.

These anatomically correct graphics, along with the many others in our medical image library, are perfectly suited to courses for medical students, as well as any other course that delves into the realm of human anatomy, such as first aid, safety, personal health, youth maturation programs, and many more.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, medical careers are slated to increase by 16 percent from 2014 to 2024, so now is the prime time to invest in medical eLearning.

Get your piece of the pie today, and start with the vast selection of images available from the eLearning Brothers Medical Image Library!

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