Display image and then click on icon to upper right of image to 'Save Image as PowerPoint slide'.
Amirsys, Inc. (2013). Hypereosinophilic Syndrome Fig. 4. Retrieved from Amirsys Imaging Reference Center.
Amirsys, Inc. (2013). Hypereosinophilic Syndrome Fig. 4. Retrieved from Amirsys Pathology Reference Center.
Q. Can you export the images to another program?
You can copy and paste all of the text as well as the images in the 3D-model window and all of the slides. These can then be pasted in to nearly any other word-processing. graphics or other electronic program, including Microsoft Powerpoint.
Our images can only be used for PRIVATE EDUCATIONAL purposes. For any commercial usage of the images, please contact us firstname.lastname@example.org or see our Permitted use of content text. Full terms and conditions for usage of our software can be found here
Non-commercial/non-profit use is allowed and does not require any additional permission or license. However, Primal Pictures Ltd must always be credited as the source of the images as we maintain intellectual property rights and copyright to all material.
Please ensure we are credited as follows:
3D anatomy images. Copyright of Primal Pictures Ltd. www.primalpictures.com
Public domain and commercial/for profit use
Written permission from Primal Pictures Ltd is required as well as a formal license agreement covering the specific use of the images and a license fee (negotiated on a per project basis).
In the Red Book Visual Library Click on the [Download .ppt] button located under each image
For non-commercial education use, contact http://aapredbook.aappublications.org/cgi/feedback
For commercial use, see http://www.copyright.com/search.do?operation=detail&item=122825740.
Users can search for medical drawings, diagrams, charts, and graphics. These images can be used for presentations, posters, learning aids, or for patient education.
To search for images in UpToDate:
1. Once you’re in UpToDate click on the down arrow next to search box and select “Graphics”
2. Enter your search terms and click on the blue magnifying glass to perform your search
Users have the option of exporting UpToDate images to PowerPoint. It is also easy to print or email images.
After clicking on the image, use the options at the top of the image/screen to export, print, or email the image. UpToDate copyright information will be included with the image. UpToDate images can be used for no cost and no additional copyright permissions for educational purposes (including presentations, conference posters, etc.). Users would need to seek copyright permission from UpToDate to use images in published articles, textbooks, or other commercial products.