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©2019 by Natividad Chen 

carbon dust of popliteal fossa
Popliteal Fossa

Completed as an assignment for a graduate anatomy course, this illustration is drawn from an anatomical specimen at Grant's Museum at the University of Toronto.

Audience: Anatomy students 

Client: Dave Mazierski BScAAM, MSc, CMI

Media: 

Carbon Dust

Adobe illustrator CC

Format: Print (textbook)

Date: December, 2016

Process Work

References

Agur, A., Dalley, A. 2009. [Atlas of anatomy] Grant’s Atlas of Anatomy, 12th ed. Page 404: Deep dissection of popliteal fossa. Baltimore, MD: Williams & Wilkins.

 

Netter, Frank H. 2014. Atlas of human anatomy, 6th ed. Page 489: Arteries and nerves of thigh: Posterior View. Philadelphia, PA:  Saunders/Elsevier. 

Rohen, J.W., Yokochi, C., Lutjen-Drecoll, E. 2011. Color atlas of anatomy: a photographic study of the human body, 7th edition. Page 487: Knee and Popliteal Fossa. Baltimore: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins