The welcome return of spring also means the inevitable return of allergies.

Pollen, spores, cut grass, mold, and who knows what else get released into the air and into our eyes, nose, throat, and sinuses.

As dreadful as this all this, the artists of the Medical Illustration Sourcebook can help make this subject more tolerable with their exquisitely precise depictions of the histamine responses, irritated membranes, and more!

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Kevin Somerville :: Nasal Passages


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Ed Zilberts :: Pollen & the Respiratory System


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Edmund Alexander :: Granulating Mast Cell: A mast cell contains many granules rich in histamine and heparin.


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Left Right Brain LLC :: Allergic Eye


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Mark M. Miller :: Allergic Reaction: A view of an allergen binding to a cell receptor and the subsequent release of histamine.


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Lauren Hamm :: Inhaler


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Sandra Williams :: Thistle