Browse through our medical image collection to see pictures of the most common, and uncommon, conditions. Visualize the difference between various skin rashes, learn about human anatomy, and discover new diseases while you explore the gallery.
Allergic Skin Disorders
Learn how to identify various allergic skin conditions such as eczema, psoriasis, contact dermatitis, and more. See how these common conditions affect the body’s largest organ, your skin.
Bites and Infestations
Bug bites, stings, puncture wounds, and insect infestations can cause serious health complications. Learn how to identify bites and infestations from mosquitos, bees, spiders, bed bugs, and more.
Looking for diagrams of a specific medical condition or body part? In addition to human anatomy and physiology, this collection of images illustrates many of the major diseases and conditions of the body.
Browse this image collection of dental and orthodontic procedures such as crowns, fillings, and implants. In addition to cosmetic dentistry before and after photos, see pictures of common dental and oral health diseases.
Papules, Scales, Plaques and Eruptions
Discover some of the most common skin conditions like psoriasis, rashes, and more. This collection of medical photos shows examples of skin conditions in various degrees and forms.
Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Ever wonder what syphilis, herpes, or the HIV virus looks like under a microscope? See examples of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) as well as pictures of the microorganisms that cause them.
Vision is an important aspect of overall health. See photos of eye diseases such as glaucoma, pink eye, cataracts, macular degeneration and more.
Pregnancy and Fetal Development
Follow a growing fetus through the varying stages of pregnancy. Discover photographs and illustrations of a baby in the womb as it grows during the 1st, 2nd and 3rd trimesters of fetal development.
Bacterial Skin Infections
Acne isn’t the only bacterial skin infection featured in this collection. Bacterial skin diseases cover a wide range of conditions. See pictures of folliculitis, scarlet fever, and more.
Noncancerous and Cancerous Tumors
Look at dermatologist’s photos of moles, skin tags, and various skin cancers. See how skin cancers develop from precancerous to cancerous.
Viral Skin Diseases
Viruses can cause skin rashes and painful inflammation, like in the case of the shingles virus. Uncover other viruses that affect the skin, like cold sores and measles.
Diseases of Pigment
What does a pregnancy mask look like? Explore pictures of skin pigmentation changes like the melasma mask of pregnancy, birth marks, images of jaundice, and more.
Fungal Skin Infections
Examine photos of common fungal infections such as ringworm, toenail fungus, and thrush. Gain insight into how fungi can grow, spread, and infect the skin.
Vascular and Systemic Conditions
Autoimmune disorders like lupus may affect the appearance of skin or other tissues. See images of how lupus, cardio vascular diseases, and other systemic conditions alter the body.
Scalp, Hair, and Nails
See pictures of ingrown toenails, greying hair, dandruff, and more. Learn about symptoms and treatment options for these widespread conditions affecting the scalp, hair, and nails.
Treatments and Procedures
What does laser tattoo removal look like? What can spider veins look like after treatment? Browse before and after images following various medical and aesthetic procedures.
Disorders of the Brain
Dementia physically affects the brain, causing symptoms that can worsen with time. See examples of MRI brain scans, PET scans, and other imaging techniques used to diagnose and treat disorders of the brain.
Satisfy your curiosity while broadening your medical knowledge. Adventure through this collection of photos to discover additional unique diseases and conditions.
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