Progressive Autoimmune Disease

Chronic Rheumatic

Heart Disease

 

Designed for an educated lay audience,

this editorial illustration visualizes the pathological processes in the mitral valve resulting from chronic rheumatic heart disease.

STORY

The goal for this project was to create a conceptual illustration demonstrating etiology, pathogenesis, and clinical consequences of a disease. A major challenge was finding a two-page layout that could effectively depict those concepts in a way that is easy to understand, anatomically accurate, and visually engaging.

On the first page, the anterior part of the left ventricle including right ventricular outflow tract is removed to effectively show the mitral valve. Etiology and pathogenesis are explained in three steps, using color-coded labels and vector elements for clear communication. On the second page, the mitral valve is visualized at a bigger scale with call outs to ensure effective connection between pathogenesis and clinical consequences.

DESCRIPTION

Year

Dec.2018

Course

Visual representation of

processes in human pathology

Content
Expert

John Wong

Gwan Hyun Yoon

Client

Shelley Wall

Audience

Educated lay audience

Format

Print, Magazine

two-page spread

Medium

ipad Procreate

Adobe Photoshop

Adobe Illustrator

01

Research

Sequential Report

PROCESS WORK

02

Tissue

Landscape

03

Tissue

Cube

Production

04

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McCarthy, K. P., Ring, L., & Rana, B. S. (2010). Anatomy of the mitral valve: understanding the mitral valve complex in mitral regurgitation. European Journal of echocardiography, 11(10), i3-i9.

 

Selzer, A., & Cohn, K. E. (1972). Natural history of mitral stenosis: a review. Circulation, 45(4), 878-890.

 

Roberts, S., Kosanke, S., Dunn, S. T., Jankelow, D., Duran, C. M., & Cunningham, M. W. (2001). Pathogenic mechanisms in rheumatic carditis: focus on valvular endothelium. The Journal of infectious diseases, 183(3), 507-511.

 

Gao, H., Qi, N., Feng, L., Ma, X., Danton, M., Berry, C., & Luo, X. (2017). Modelling mitral valvular dynamics–current trend and future directions. International journal for numerical methods in biomedical engineering, 33(10), e2858.

 

Bisno, A. L. (1991). Group A streptococcal infections and acute rheumatic fever. New England journal of medicine, 325(11), 783-793.

 

Drake, R., Vogl, A. W., & Mitchell, A. W. (2009). Gray's Anatomy for Students E-Book. Elsevier Health Sciences.

 

Schünke, M., Schulte, E., Schumacher, U., Ross, L. M., Lamperti, E. D., & Voll, M. (2010). Neck and Internal Organs (THIEME Atlas of Anatomy).

Netter, F. H. (2008). Netter-Atlas de anatomia humana. Elsevier Brasil.

Rheumatic valvulitis – Forgotten, but not gone

https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijcac.2017.05.001

 

WiRED International -  Strep Throat to Rheumatic Heart Disease

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NSJwthP7c9s

 

khanacademymedicine - What is valvular heart disease?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wyxz0fgp6-A

 

Osmosis - Rheumatic fever & heart disease

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cXPtewa5PJc

 

Rheumatic heart disease: pathophysiology

https://www.news-medical.net/health/Rheumatic-heart-disease-pathophysiology.aspx

 

PEIR Digital Library

 

MedicineNet.com

 

Mark Pool, M.D. Rush University Medical Center

http://alancam.com/study/path/view.php?url=Valvular%20Disorders%20-%20Pathoma.html

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