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Angioplasty-Bypass Surgery

Angioplasty-Bypass Surgery

 

Angioplasty-Bypass Surgery
Image Number: 306-002
Dimensions: 5x5 @ 350 dpi
Media Used: colored pencil
Formats Available: digital
Title: Angioplasty-Bypass Surgery
Customization: Available
Image Description:  Conceptual illustration showing angioplasty versus bypass surgery in heart patients with a suggestion of the relative time issues.

© Jillian O'malley
Artist/Company Bio:
Jillian O'Malley is a freelance illustrator living in upstate New York. She received her bachelors degree in fine arts from the Boston University School for the Arts with a concentration in painting. She began her post-graduate studies at the University of Colorado at Denver and received her masters degree in science in medical illustration from the Medical College of Georgia in 1997. She is a member of the Association of Medical Illustrators. www.jillomalley.com

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