rosyredheart:

So this gif is pretty cool is it not?


medicalschool:

Dissection of a human heart - showing the chambers


copingwithmyself:

Cardiac MRI scan - heart beat in real time HD (by mushin111)


corporisfabrica:

A human heart stripped of muscle, fat and connective tissues. Left behind, the complexity of the innumerable blood vessels that keep our hearts beating is something to behold. 

Photographed by Robert Clark at the Mütter Museum, Philadelphia. 


zerostatereflex:

Soon you will be able to grow your own heart, with your own stem cells.

Via: “STEM CELL UNIVERSE” with Stephen Hawking”


zerostatereflex:

Scientists Use 3-D Printer To Help Create Prototype Next-Gen Pacemaker

"This video shows a rabbit heart that has been kept beating outside of the body in a nutrient and oxygen-rich solution. The new cardiac device — a thin, stretchable membrane imprinted with a spider-web-like network of sensors and electrodes — is custom-designed to fit over the heart and contract and expand with it as it beats."


generalelectric:

Happy Valentine’s Day! This image of a heart was sequenced by a Revolution* CT scanner, which can take a complete 3-D scan of a heart in one beat.

Since this is a real medical device, here’s the fine print: * 510(k) pending at FDA. Not available for sale in the United States. Not yet CE marked. Not available for sale in all regions. Trademark of the General Electric Company.


insolacion:

Complex Structures (2012) by Patrick Hickley


Heart strings (tendons) inside the human heart.


elops:

Beating heart on MRI.