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Circulation of Cerebrospinal fluid

Circulation of Cerebrospinal fluid

 

Circulation of Cerebrospinal fluid
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Title: Circulation of Cerebrospinal fluid
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Image Description:  medial surface of brain/cerebrum showing ventricles, cerebellum, corpus callosum, pituitary, subarachnoid spaces,dura mater, choroid plexus which produces most of CSF,with/without labels

© Craig Zuckerman
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Craig has a BFA from RIT with a specialty in medical art. Over tha past twenty years, Craig has developed his skills as
an artist by accepting assignments that incorporate the human figure. In addition to figurative and cellular landscapes,
it is the storytelling of a visual that adds to the illustrating experience. In addition to working traditionally,
Craig has added digital media to his repertoire of skills for both 2D and 3D work. Currently, he works in a myriad of
industries, including advertising, editorial, medical-legal,
and commissioned portraiture.

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