WORKS – SciArt Illustrations by Andreas Samuelsson

In ALL, WORKS by Julia Krolik

The New York Times publishes bi-weekly features in Diagnosis, where Dr. Lisa Sanders describes harrowing tales and near-misses of many, often common health conditions. The articles serve as a great health-science communication resource, acting as the translated equivalent of medical case-studies. The material is brought to life through a colourful and complimentary visual narrative by Andreas Samuelsson. For this post we showcase these illustrations out of context, solely drawing attention to their aesthetic.

From: A Strange Itch, Trouble Breathing, Then Anaphylactic Shock

From: It Looked Like a Familiar Case of Depression, but Could It Be Something Else

From: The Patient Was a Veterinarian. Could His Illness Be Related to Animals?

From: It Looked Like a Familiar Case of Depression, but Could It Be Something Else

From: The Patient Was a Veterinarian. Could His Illness Be Related to Animals?

From: A Painful Bruise Wouldn’t Heal. It Took Several Hospital Visits to Discover Why

From: If the Boy Had Pneumonia, Why Did He Have Odd Sores on His Body?

From: It Started as Sinus Headaches — But Things Got Deadly.

From: It Began With Sudden Blackouts. Then Came Some Alarming News.

From: Her Various Symptoms Seemed Unrelated. Then One Doctor Put It All Together

From: Why Did Her High Blood Pressure Turn Dangerously Low?

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