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Image Gallery

The shoulderdoc image gallery is a collection of surgical photography, anatomical illustrations and medical imaging.
All images on the website can be used under the Creative Commons License, which means you may use the images as long as you acknowledge and link to Shoulderdoc.co.uk. 
You can also purchase a license to use any of the images and illustrations in high resolution formats for Lectures, Presentations, Publications, Multimedia and Medico-legal purposes. 
We can provide the images in a range of different formats, depending on your specific requirements. A list of the commonly requested formats and price list is available below.
We can also provide custom medical illustrations and animations for medico-legal and publishing purposes.
Please contact us to order, for more information or a quote.


Click here to visit the Image Gallery.



Prices (per single image):


250 x 250 px
72 dpi - RGB
File size = 45 KB
With watermark 

 Internet use Free
(Creative Commons
Licence



 1000 x 1000 px ,
72 dpi – RGB
File size = 100 KB
With watermark

 Presentations**,
Print, Publications
 £25
1000 x 1000 px ,
72 dpi - RGB
File size = 100 KB
Without watermark

Presentation,
Print, Publications
 

 £150
 3500 X 3500 px,
300 dpi – RGB
File size = >700 KB
Without watermark

 Professional
Publication
and Journals
 £200
Custom Images
and Animations 

   On Request
** Suitable for Powerpoint or Keynote Presentation of up to 1024x768 resolution

All images will be available up to 1000 x 1000px, but only larger more detailed images will be available up to 3500 x 3500 px. 

Please contact us to order, for more information or a quote.



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