Surgical procedure on Anterior Chamber Intraoricular Lens Implantation

Surgical procedure on Anterior Chamber Intraoricular Lens Implantation

This surgical illustration is created for opthalmology surgeons and introduces the Anterior Chamber Intraoricular Lens Implantation (ACIOL) in three steps. ACIOL is a procedure to replace the lens under symptoms such as cataracts. It is performed when phacoemulsification, the most common cataract surgery can"t be achieved due to the weak zonule support. The purpose of the illustration is to suggest ACIOL as an alternative to phacoemulsification. The audience is expected to have a basic knowledge of cataract surgery, and the illustration focuses on showing the difference between phacoemulsification. Simple tone is used to eliminate distractions. Visual hierarchy is used in the second step to emphasize the intraoricular lens location.

Final Deliverable

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Project Details

  • Client :
    University of Illinois at Chicago
  • What We Did :
    Surgical Illustration
  • Tools Used :
    Photoshop, InDesign
  • Completed on :
    March 2016
  • Skills :
    Surgical Illustration / Graphic Design
  • Audience :
    Clinical Doctors