New Images Added to the Primal Pictures Image Bank

The Primal Pictures Image Bank has had another 12 images added to it for your use in Physiopedia.  At the end of last year Silver Sponsor Primal Pictures very kindly donated a selection of images for use in Physiopedia. These images are an amazing attribute to any article in Physiopedia.  The images are all taken from their flagship product AnatomyTV which is an amazing interactive 3D anatomy learning resource.  For each joint or structure that you are viewing in AnatomyTV the image can be rotated and explored through the various layers of anatomy.  Not only hat but there are explanatory notes, sports injury information and medical imagery.

You are welcome to use any of these pictures in articles that you are creating or updating in Physiopedia. Primal pictures retain the copyright on these images and request that they are not used outside of Physiopedia without special permission.

To use the pictures:

  • Click on the image that you would like to use.  This will take you to the image page for that picture.
  • You can get the name of the image from that page.   It will look something like this:
    Interactive Spine – Lumbar Vertebral Spine – L7F19.jpg
  • Add the image to your page as you would normally do.  See the adding images tutorial for further assistance.

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