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Prostatitis Anatomy Graphics

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The Prostatitis Foundation commissioned several of the following drawings from able volunteer Nick Worthey. The images are copyrighted, but may be re-used for any non-profit and educational purpose. The Prostatitis Foundation solicits comments from anatomists, doctors, artists and patients for improving these drawings.
This is a concept drawing illustrating the location of the prostate, the nature of the acini, the location of the seminal vesicle, and how the whole works fits together with the bladder and urethra. Original graphic by Nick Worthey. OK for any non-profit and educational use.
A concept drawing of an unblocked acinus. Original graphic by Nick Worthey. OK for any non-profit and educational use.
A concept drawing of a prostatitis acinus blocked by infection. Original graphic by Nick Worthey. OK for any non-profit and educational use.
A concept drawing of a prostatitis acinus blocked by a prostatitis stone or calculus. Original graphic by Nick Worthey. OK for any non-profit and educational use.
OK for any non-profit and educational use.
OK for any non-profit and educational use.
Microscopic image of tissue in a normal prostate.
Microscopic image of tissue in an infected prostate.
Another image from an infected prostate.

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