Draw a Medical Image (easy anatomical figure)
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- Prize: $150
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- Winner: dulhanindi
I'm working on a project to teach medical doctors about the anatomy and angles of the wall between the left and the right atria in the heart - called the interatrial septum. I have a model image that I would like to have modified and drawn so we create a new original image.
- The anatomical lines (drawn in blue) may rather be drawn in an anatomical color, e.g. light brown/beige.
- It is of utmost importance that the dashed lines (="cut planes") be depicted/drawn in the right angles (as in the model image provided).
- The text/letters will have to be slightly modified (see clockwise in the image):
- The capital "D" in upper left corner: omit
- "Bicaval": spell with capital letters followed by a degree number = "BICAVAL 110°". Keep "SUP (SVC)" unchanged
- "Short axis": instead write = "SAX 45-60°" . Keep "ANT (Ao)" unchanged.
- Write "LOW 0°" . Change text "(AV Valve plane)" -> "(mitral/tricuspid plane)"
- Keep "INF (IVC)"
- Change "POST (PV)" into "POST (pulmonary vein)"
- "4ch'" should be changed into: "4CH" and under the dashed line "HIGH (pulmonary vein)"
----We're done! :-) ----
“Very reliable, communicating with quick answers and well timed reminders, open for changes thus enhancing the quality of the job on the go. Well tuned with technical nitty gritty details. It was a delight to work with Dulhan K”