Physiopedia partners with Primal Pictures to share images

In our opinion Primal Pictures has one of the most complete, detailed and accurate 3D model of human anatomy available. Derived from real human data, this range of software provides over 5,000 3D anatomical structures, clinical slides, dissections, animations and much more.  Physiopedia and Primal are very pleased to now offer a Primal Pictures Image Bank for use in the articles that you create and update.

Primal Pictures have very kindly donated a selection of images for us to use in Physiopedia and although Primal Pictures retain the copyright on these images and request that they are not used outside of Physiopedia without special permission, we can use any of these pictures in articles that you are working on in Physiopedia.

To use the pictures:

  • Go to the image bank
  • 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.

It’s really that easy!  And by the way, it was Primal Pictures’ 20th birthday last week, so Happy Birthday to them!!

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