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Preparing to Move? Be Careful to Avoid This Injury:

A Painfully Common Way to Rupture Your Biceps Tendon and How to Avoid It

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distal biceps rupture illustration alongside a radiological colorization of the same

Preparing to Move? Be Careful to Avoid This Injury:

A Painfully Common Way to Rupture Your Biceps Tendon and How to Avoid It

September 15, 2020 | By ron

When it comes to moving heavy items, people immediately think of potential back injuries. Most will purchase braces to relieve some of the spinal pressure. Still, people rarely think of the severe damage that can occur to the tendons securing the biceps brachii to their elbow.

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Attorney throws papers while trying to catch a laser (representing a courtroom animation) coming from a laser pointer

Chasing the Laser Pointer

How Useful are Animations in a Personal Injury Case When Compared to Custom Medical Illustrations?

August 25, 2020 | By ron

The Need to Connect Articulating the extent of damage acquired by your client in a personal injury case can be a challenging task. In 2017, a study was conducted evaluating the public’s knowledge of anatomy. Questions posed to the participants were comprised of twenty common anatomical structures, including the heart, lungs, and biceps. The test […]

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What Is the “Bone Zone”?

Medical Oddities, Legal Tidings, & Artistic Postulations

June 15, 2020 | By devon

If you’ve made it this far, you may have gathered that the Bone Zone is Anatomical Justice’s very own blog. Here you will find articles featuring a variety of topics concerning the medical, legal, and artistic disciplines. Once a month (and sometimes more), we will post an article written by one of our certified medical […]

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Certified Medical Illustrator creating spine medical illustration

“Can you get me those ASAP?” – How Late is Too Late to Request a Medical Illustration?

May 14, 2020 | By Ron Mathias

We face this situation all too often. An attorney reaches out to our firm with a medical matter that requires some form of visual translation to educate their intended audience. After a preliminary discussion regarding the case facts, the following question usually throws a monkey wrench in the whole process: “What is your timeframe?”. The […]

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