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educational gallery

Vet Artwork partners with educational facilities, veterinary pathology groups, and universities to provide the most advanced and colorful images pieces. They are designed to reveal raw image image from one angle, and the colorized image from another angle. Such printed formats are known as "lenticular printing". Our educational pieces come in three different sizes, perfect for small offices, hallways, lecture rooms and lobbies. Great for training students, explaining morphology, and promoting animal science education. 

Please see the examples below and the video at the bottom of this page. 

Example of sebaceous epithelioma when looked at standing in front of the image. 

Example of sebaceous epithelioma when looked at standing from the side of the image. 


Glomerulonephitis - Dog

Glomerulonephropathy is an illness that affects the glomeruli of the kidney. It can be caused by many different factors, including infectious agents and genetic predisposition. If left untreated, it can lead to serious complications like chronic renal failure. Veterinarians are experts in this field and will provide you with all the information you need about your pet’s condition so they can get back to their normal life as soon as possible.


Normal Brain Tissue - Horse

Brain tissue cells from horses are used to treat neurological diseases and injuries. They’re also used in research to study disease, test drugs, and develop treatments for patients with brain disorders. These cells can be grown into any type of cell found in the body – including neurons that transmit messages between the brain and other parts of the body.

Hair Follicle - Dog

There are several different types of dogs with various kinds of coats and fur. Some dogs have thick, coarse hair while others may have thin or fine hair. But no matter what kind of coat your dog has, it is important to know whether their fur is healthy or not. So how can you tell if your dog has normal hair follicles? Well, there are some signs that will help you determine this for yourself!.

INFUNDIBULAR KERATINIZING ACANTHOMA - DOG

These tumors are thought to be similar histologically to squamous cell carcinoma. A typical infundibular keratinizing acanthoma consists of a well-circumscribed keratin-filled crypt in the dermis and subcutis that opens to the skin surface 


SEBACEOUS EPITHELIOMA - DOG

Sebaceous Epithelioma is a type of skin cancer that affects dogs. It can be found on the head, ears, and back. This type of cancer is usually seen in middle-aged or older dogs and often occurs on the head, ears, and dorsum. The tumor has a firm consistency with an ulcerated surface that bleeds easily when touched. If you notice any changes to your dog’s skin such as lumps or bumps it's important to bring them into your vets office for an examination right away! 

cerebellum - Cat

Cat cells are used for many different types of research including neuroscience, immunology, cancer biology, stem cell studies and more. They’re also used as models for human diseases such as Alzheimer's disease or Parkinson's disease.

HEPATIC LIPIDOSIS - CAT

Hepatic lipidosis is one of the most common liver diseases seen in cats. This image reveals its amazing cellular structure. It’s important to know that this disease can be treated, but it requires immediate veterinary care and sometimes even hospitalization. If left untreated, hepatic lipidosis can lead to death within days or weeks after diagnosis.


LAMINITIS - HORSE

Laminitis is an inflammation of the sensitive tissues that connect the hoof to the bone. It’s one of the most serious and painful conditions your horse can suffer from. If left untreated, it can lead to chronic pain and even death, but there are treatments available that will help your horse get back on its feet again.

NORMAL LIVER - CAT

The primary function of a cat’s liver is to detoxify harmful substances, and it also helps with digestion

Ovary Cells - Cat

If your cat is experiencing any of the following symptoms, she may be suffering from an ovarian disorder. Your kitty could have cysts on her ovaries or even tumors that are causing her pain and discomfort. She might also be going through a heat cycle without being able to get pregnant. You can help ease your feline friend’s pain by giving them Cat Ovary Issues supplements! These all-natural remedies will help reduce inflammation in their reproductive system so they can feel better again soon!


normal Pancreas Cells - Dog

There is a new treatment that could save your dog from pancreatic cancer. It’s called immunotherapy, and it has been used to treat many types of cancers in people with great success. Now, researchers are using the same approach to fight cancer in dogs too.

RETINA - CHAMELEON

The retina is the light-sensitive layer of tissue that forms the inner lining of the eye. It’s made up of cells called photoreceptors, which are neurons that contain special proteins and pigments capable of absorbing photons. This image shows a chameleon retina with its characteristic hexagonal pattern. Chameleons have eyes like no other animal on earth. Their retinas can be divided into two different types - one type is adapted to detect movement and another type for detecting color. They also have an amazing ability to see in both dim and bright light conditions, making them very adaptable creatures!

MAST CELL TUMOR - DOG

A mast cell tumor is a type of cancer that arises from the cells that line certain organs and glands, such as the skin, stomach, and intestines. The tumors are usually benign (noncancerous), but they can become malignant (cancerous). They may also recur after treatment. Treatment options depend on where the tumor is located and how advanced it has become. Surgery to remove the tumor is often recommended for early-stage tumors in dogs with good prognoses. Dogs who have had surgery to remove their mast cell tumors should be followed closely by their veterinarians because some types of these tumors tend to recur or spread throughout the body. 


VIRAL PAPILLOMA - DOG

Viral papillomas are warts that can appear on your dog’s skin and mouth. They usually go away on their own after several weeks or months, but sometimes they need to be removed by a veterinarian.

WHIPWORM - DOG

Whipworm is a parasitic worm that can infect dogs and cats. It's also known as dog whipworm, cat whipworm, or whiptail worm.This parasite lives in the intestines of your pet and causes diarrhea, weight loss, vomiting, anemia (low red blood cell count), and malnutrition. The best way to prevent this disease is by de-worming your pet regularly with a veterinarian-approved medication.

Vet Artwork partners with veterinary associations, educational institutions, and many other veterinary medicine related companies. We have the ability to handle special requests, larger scale orders, and yearly rentals. Please contact us with your special requests or partnership ideas atsupport@vetartwok.com

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