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Images Dated 23rd February 2004

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WINDSURFERS GETS AIRBOURNE AS THE SUN SETS ON CAPE TOWN'S BLAAUBERG BEACH Featured 23 Feb 2004 Print

WINDSURFERS GETS AIRBOURNE AS THE SUN SETS ON CAPE TOWN'S BLAAUBERG BEACH

A windsurfer gets airbourne as the sun sets over Cape Town's Blaauwberg beach, February 23, 2004. Strong south easterly winds and clear summer days draws thousands of tourists and local enthusiasts of the sport to the city's beaches every year. Pictures of the month February 2004 NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE BLIFE REUTERS/Mike Hutchings PP04020136 MH/WS also see: GF2E4980TUI01 - RP4DRIFXXVAB

Human skeletal muscles, artwork Featured 23 Feb 2004 Print

Human skeletal muscles, artwork

Skeletal muscles. Illustration showing the human skeletal muscle system (posterior view). The white regions are tendons which attach the muscles (red) to the bones of the skeleton. Also known as voluntary muscles, these muscles are under direct conscious control. Skeletal muscle accounts for up to 45 per cent of body weight

© John Bavosi/Science Photo Library

Artwork showing human skeletal muscles, front view Featured 23 Feb 2004 Print

Artwork showing human skeletal muscles, front view

Body imaging. Composite image of several methods used to visualise the anatomy of the human body. The techniques seen here are magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), X-rays (radiography), dissection and artworks. MRI scanning (like the sideways slice through the head) uses radio waves and a powerful magnet to obtain slice images through the human body. X-rays (like half of the pelvis, blue, and both hands) show body tissues by their differing transmission of X-rays. These techniques are used to diagnose medical disorders. The thigh at left (brown) has been sectioned vertically. The artworks include arm muscles (left) and arm blood vessels (right), as well as the digestive organs

© John Bavosi/Science Photo Library