Medical Illustration

As scientific discoveries, technologies, and treatments evolve, our medical illustrators craft visual representations to elegantly match these developments. These illustrations appear on prominent websites, in professional presentations, digital media, journal articles, and more, spanning  disciplines from dentistry to oncology.

At XVIVO, we work closely with your team throughout the illustration process to capture and powerfully express every crucial detail of your content.


Mechanism of Action (MOA) Illustration

When it comes to modern medicine, there’s more to understand than what we can see with our eyes. Mechanism of Action (MOA) illustrations detail the molecular interaction between a drug and its target. These depictions enable physicians to understand the microscopic processes of a therapeutic and communicate how it works to their patients.

Take a look at some of our recent MOA illustrations, including Cellspan MOA Illustration, Protac Platform, and Pancreatic Enzymes.

Medical Device Illustration

By clearly and accurately illustrating how medical devices work, we help physicians and sales representatives understand the value and intricacies of your device.

Here are some of our recent medical device illustrations,  Bacteriophage Robot, Teleflex Microlaparoscopy, and ACL Repair.

Frequently Asked Questions

Medical illustrations are used for a variety of reasons, but some of the most common include:

  • Textbooks, academic journals, and eBooks
  • Advertising
  • Interactive learning
  • Courtroom exhibitions
  • Websites
  • Tradeshow displays

Educators may rely on illustrations to teach their students new concepts, whether they live in textbooks or interactive simulations online. Healthcare providers may explain certain procedures, drugs, or conditions to their patients, especially when words alone will not suffice. Even lawyers may use these images in personal injury or medical malpractice cases.

We provide illustrations in a variety of output formats, including JPEG, PNG, TIFF, and PSD.  

The cost will depend on several factors, primarily the style, level of detail, and the size of the final illustration.