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Chest Movement

Eduard Muller

  • £48.80 GBP

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Image Description:

A male figure breathing in and out; displaying how the chest and diaphragm moves during inhalation and exhalation.

The chest wall is symmetrical, accessory (neck and shoulder) muscles are not used, diaphragm muscles are functioning, and there is no paradoxical movement – the chest and abdomen move in the same direction on inspiration and expiration.

During Inhalation:

The chest expands

The diaphragm shrinks and expands

The abdominal muscles are limp

During Exhalation:

The chest shrinks

The diaphragm loosens and rises

The abdominal muscles contract

 

Image File Sizes:

Size

Pixels

Inches

cm

Small

600x715px

5.06x6.05" @300dpi
8.33x9.931" @72dpi

2x2.383cm @300dpi
21.17x25.22cm @72dpi

Medium

1200x1429px

4.0x4.763" @300dpi
16.667x19.847" @72dpi

10.16x12.1cm @300dpi
42.33x50.41cm @72dpi

Large

1890x2250px

6.3x7.5" @300dpi
26.25x31.25" @72dpi

16.0x19.05cm @300dpi
66.68x79.38cm @72dpi

 

Anatomy Visible in the Medical Illustration Includes:

Male, Chest, Diaphragm, Rib-cage, Inhalation, Exhalation

Image created by:

Certified medical artist Eduard Müller


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